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Library Education: Research and Information Skills Training

Systematic Review Training

Systematic Review Training

This course is divided into three sections which can be attended individually or as a progression:

COM12181 - Systematic Review Series - Methodology

This training will present an introduction to systematic review methodology, planning a review protocol and sources to register it.

At the completion of the course, participants will be able to: 
• understand systematic review process and procedure
• plan for a review protocol
• identify where to register a systematic review protocol
• understand a quality appraisal checklist 
• be familiar with systematic review toolkits

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COM12182 - Systematic Review Series - systematic literature searching

This workshop will present a thorough, reliable and reproducible method for planning and conducting the search within multiple databases.

At the completion of the course, participants will be able to: 

• Define a clearly focused question
• Establish unambiguous inclusion/exclusion criteria
• Construct a search strategy in a major health database
• Convert the search into multiple databases

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COM12183 - Systematic Review Series - Managing citations and PRISMA report

This session will focus on managing the retrieved citations, dual reviewing process and search methods documentation as a requirement for systematic review publication. 

At the completion of the course, participants will be able to: 
• export retrieved literature from databases into Endnote and remove duplicates
• understand and undertake dual screening process 
• report the search result via PRISMA 
• document search methods

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Book via My Health Learning (search on the title or course code after logging in) or EventBrite or contact your Library to arrange an appointment for yourself or your team.