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Do you know the difference between a systematic search and a systematic review? Or what a systematic and scoping review have in common?
This 2 part workshop will tell you all of these answers and more. Systematic and scoping reviews offer a structured and reproducible methodology for evidence synthesis. While used most widely in health and science, there is growing use in the humanities and social sciences. This 2 part workshop is ideal for researchers who are planning to publish a systematic or scoping review, or who simply want to incorporate systematic searching into their practice.
The search process for systematic and systematic-like reviews (Part 2)
The search process is an essential part of the systematic review process, however, it is often easy to be overwhelmed by information and tools. This workshop outlines the search process using two case studies and will discuss the record-keeping that goes hand-in-hand with systematic searching.
Staff, Higher Degree Research Students (e.g. PhD and Master's by research), coursework students (Honours)
Best suited for those that have some experience with database searching and are planning to undertake a systematic or scoping review.
*Please note: This workshop 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.
- Systematic - a buzzword, philosophy or methodology? (Part 1)
- EndNote for Researchers
- EndNote for Systematic Reviews
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