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Systematic and Scoping Reviews for Health Sciences

Are you working on a systematic or scoping review? Have you heard of these before but would like to find out more? Systematic/scoping reviews are intensive research projects and having a good grounding in the methodology is important for a successful and impactful study. This workshop will provide participants with detailed instruction about the methodology involved in conducting effective systematic/scoping reviews.

This workshop is appropriate for undergraduate, graduate, and faculty in the Health Sciences. If you are thinking about starting, have just started, or are in the midst of a systematic or scoping review, this workshop will facilitate the execution of your project.

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to: identify the differences between a systematic and a scoping review; formulate a research question that is appropriate for a systematic or a scoping review​​; recognize the parts necessary for a well-developed protocol; convert a research question into component parts of a search strategy; describe the techniques need to build a comprehensive search; select databases and other sources of information to search based on the research question​​; outline the process of a systematic/scoping review post-search

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Systematic and Scoping Reviews for Health Sciences Online via Zoom, Register to receive link Please note that for privacy reasons this workshop will not be recorded Schulich Library of Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, and Engineering

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