|If you're participating in an innovation scholarship project, developing a guideline, undertaking a systematic review or meta-analysis, or are a higher degree student, Librarians can support you or your team in the following ways
- Develop a research question that is clear, focused and related to the topic of interest
- Identify existing systematic reviews on a topic
- Recommend appropriate databases
- Review existing search strategies
- Develop search strategies for each database
- Execute searches across multiple databases
- Deduplicate and provide citations, e.g. using EndNote
- Provide assistance and advise with screening records, e.g. using Covidence
- Assist with locating full-text articles
- Provide a narrative of the search methodology, including PRISMA flow charts
- Contribute to the manuscript/report as a co-author
- Document search strategies
- Update searches as required.
|Systematic review course
|Presented by HETI and HNE Health Libraries
||Ms Angela Smith,
Research/Liaison Librarian, HNE Health Libraries
Dr Kerith Duncancson
Rural Research Education Manager
||Systematic Review Course. In these 10 self paced sessions participants will step through the processes of systematic literature search, study selection, data extraction and writing up of a review for publication, or to inform policy or health service practice.
Intended for clinician and health service researchers, it may also be suitable for undergraduate or higher degree research students.