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 4: Screening a search
•    In this workshop, participants will go through the process of setting up an account in Rayyan QCRI and using it to screen a sample systematic review. Topics for discussion include pros and cons of the software, importing and exporting records, and ensuring proper blinding protocols are in place. The use of PRISMA will also be discussed.

Date:
Thursday, November 15, 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