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Systematic Reviews Workshop 1: Setting Yourself Up for Success [ONLINE] In-Person

The workshop will cover what is needed to plan your systematic review (or other evidence synthesis review) and create a review protocol that can be used to guide you through the review process. This is a hands-on Zoom session where attendees will work on activities throughout, in order to engage with the content and learn the related skills.

Presenters:

University of Calgary librarian Dr Alix Hayden

University of Victoria librarian Dr Zahra Premji

 

Topics to be covered in this session:

  • Defining your question
  • Creating your protocol
  • Picking databases
  • Developing inclusion/exclusion criteria
  • Pre-scan of the literature and identifying seed papers
  • Analyzing seed papers
  • Keywords and subject headings

This workshop is the first workshop of a three-part series of workshops on systematic reviews/knowledge synthesis. You are not required to take all three workshops in the series; however the information in the workshop series is scaffolded, so each workshop builds on knowledge learned in the previous workshop.

Workshop 2: Developing your data collection strategy. May 25, 11:00 am - 1:30 pm.

Workshop 3: The next steps: Translating, tracking, reporting and study selection. June 1, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

The zoom link will be sent out via email the day before the workshop.

Note: This session will not be recorded.

*This workshop series is offered jointly by UCalgary & UVic Libraries

 

Related LibGuide: Systematic Reviews Workshop Series - companion guide by Alix Hayden

Date:
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Time:
11:00am - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Mountain Time - US & Canada (change)
Audience:
  Faculty     Graduate  
Categories:
  Systematic Reviews  
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