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 Introduction to Systematic Reviews session on April 11 at the Bannatyne Campus.

Part 2: Systematic Review Searching: Translating a search
•        This workshop will provide practical, hands-on advice and tips for taking an OVID Medline search strategy and translating it for use in other databases. Included will be a discussion of which databases to consider for your systematic review, how to document search strategies, and saving your results.

 

Date:
Thursday, April 18, 2019
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  
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