If you’ve begun work on a systematic review and are ready to start searching for studies, this workshop will cover what’s required. You will learn the range of sources you’re expected to search and some of the techniques needed to search them.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone undertaking a systematic review as part of their educational program, or to publish in a journal. A basic knowledge of searching is an advantage for this class.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Translate a research question into a search strategy
- Begin to identify relevant search to be included in a search strategy
- Identify the appropriate databases and information sources for your review
- Describe the reporting requirements for the search methods in a systematic review
Time: 90 minutes (with time for questions)