Starting a systematic review: From question to search (Part 1)

Wed, 5 May 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Online and UTS Central CB02.06.270 and CB02.06.280

Do you know the difference between a systematic search and a systematic review? Or what a systematic and scoping review have in common?

This workshop series will tell you all of these answers and more. It's highly recommended to attend all 3 sessions as we take you step by step through the stages of developing the search strategy for your protocol. 

Part 1: Systematic: a buzzword, philosophy or a methodology? 
Wed 5 May: 10-11 am

UTS Librarians will discuss the differences between a systematic search and a systematic review as well as tips and techniques for composing an appropriate research question that will guide your search or review. This session will also look at other types of reviews such as scoping and rapid reviews.

Audience

Best suited for those that have some experience with database searching and are planning to undertake a systematic or scoping review.

If this doesn't fit your needs, we recommend attending our Best practice for literature searching workshop.

*Please note: These workshops will be recorded. Slides and recordings will be made available to registered participants. If you cannot attend the session but would like to access the material, please register for a ZOOM ticket.

Last updated 12th April, 2021 2:25 pm