PhD Students & Staff: Search strategies for systematic reviews

A systematic review is a type of literature review that attempts to find all published and unpublished material on a specific research question. This requires an extensive and reproducible search strategy.

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When

Nov 05, 2018
from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Where

TBC

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This session will help you:

  • Find appropriate databases, keywords and subject terms for your search strategy.
  • Construct a search strategy - including the use of keywords, subject terms, truncation, wildcards, adjacency searching and other search options - in a manner that could be replicated by other researchers.
  • Translate and perform the search across different interfaces.

Participants should have produced a literature search plan to bring along to the session.

BOOK VIA THIS LINK Systematic Reviews

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