An Introduction to the Systematic Review Process

  • Registration Closed
  • Jun 06, 2018
  • 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
  • Online

Systematic reviews are a complex undertaking and involves multiple steps in order to produce a quality systematic review. Our classes will provide an introduction to different types of systematic reviews, the overall review process, what a comprehensive literature search entails, development of a protocol, identification of screening criteria, suggestions for data collection and management, appropriate standards and guidelines to follow, and suggestions on how to write up your review for journal submission.

Session Description

An introduction to the systematic review process will be provided and will include an overview of the many steps involved in conducting a true systematic review. The development of the protocol, research question, literature searching, citation and data management, screening and data extraction, and writing will also be introduced. Additional resources for more information will be shared. This webinar will be taught by Alicia Livinski, Biomedical Librarian, NIH Library.

This class  provides an overview on the process and  serves as an introduction to a 3-part webinar series where we dive deeper into various steps of the systematic review process. Our 3-part series starts on June 14 with a focus on different types of reviews and literature searching, followed by June 19 focusing on screening and data abstraction, and concluding on June 26 with writing and submitting your mansucript.

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