Accelerate Your Research: Systematic Review Series

These stand-alone sessions are designed to enhance your knowledge of the individual parts of the systematic review process. Early career researchers, faculty, postdocs and graduate students can come to any of these sessions to learn more about refining topics, power searching, tracking references and studies, selecting and assessing studies and presenting results. Registration is preferred but not required.

When Mar 19, 2015
from 04:55 PM to 04:55 PM
Where Health Sciences Library, Room 307
Contact Name
Contact Phone 919-966-0944
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So you wanna do a systematic review?

Session #3: Power Searching: Searching for Published & Grey Literature

Date: March 19, 2015
Time: 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Location: HSL 307

This session covers:

  • The difference between a systematic review search and a general literature search
  • Where to search – general and subject-specific databases
  • Grey Literature — what it is and why it’s important
  • Creating a systematic search
  • Harnessing controlled vocabulary
  • Exporting search results to citation managers

For more information, visit our course guide.

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