The Library´s information specialists can provide advice and support to researchers in the search process for a systematic review. A systematic review is a form of literature review in which the researcher carries out a consistent, transparent, reproducible search for studies that might provide answers to a research question.
The information specialist will help you to convert your research question into a search command, select relevant databases and compile a report of the search. The specialist can also advise you about additional search strategies, downloading titles you find, ‘deduplication’ and starting the screening process.
Working with an information specialist increases the quality of your review, enables you to work more efficiently and increases your chances of finding all the relevant articles.
Researchers intending to carry out a systematic review or a meta-analysis. This also includes meta-analyses and other variants, such as scoping reviews, rapid reviews, meta-ethnographies, critical interpretative syntheses, realist syntheses.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.