Systematic Review Searching: A 4-part Workshop Series Are you considering starting a systematic, scoping, or rapid review but don’t know how to get started? Attend our 4-part series that gets into the nitty-gritty of comprehensive searching. These sessions will be hands on and focus on the actual skills needed to complete the documenting, searching, deduplication, and screening process of a systematic or other large-scale comprehensive review. Participants wanting to gain an understanding about systematic reviews in general are encouraged to register for our Getting Started with Systematic Reviews session on October 9 at the Bannatyne Campus. 
Part 3: Systematic Review Searching: Deduping a search
•        This workshop gives participants a chance to import search results from multiple databases into Endnote or Mendeley and learn how to deduplicate the results to prepare for screening. Tips and tricks on finding full-text articles will be included.  

Date:
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location:
NJMHS Library - Rm. 232 - Dr. R.T. Ross Computer Lab
Campus:
Bannatyne
Categories:
  Health Sciences     Researcher Workshop Series     Workshops - Libraries     systematic reviews