A scoping review is a preliminary assessment of research literature that aims to systematically map the literature, clarify concepts, and identify the evidence and knowledge gaps on a topic. This research method can be conducted as standalone review or used as an initial step before conducting a full systematic review. Participants will learn best practices, tips, and guidelines on how to conduct a scoping review. This introductory class will also include scoping review resources and an overview of NIH Library research support services.
Introduction to Scoping Reviews
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