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Systematic Reviews

This guide introduces the process of conducting a systematic review of the literature.

Contact the Library

The Library has a team of Teaching and Research Librarians and Academic Skills Advisors available to assist staff and students in the use of library services and resources. In terms of systematic reviews they are able to:

  • advise on the research question and frameworks
  • recommend establishing a comprehensive protocol
  • assist with identifying keywords, especially controlled vocabulary (thesaurus) terms
  • assist with developing search strategies
  • recommend a selection of databases
  • provide instruction on how to use specific databases
  • assist with the effective use of EndNote
  • advise on critical analysis tools
  • provide feedback on writing drafts

Online resources