What is a Systematic Review?
“A properly conducted systematic review faithfully summarizes the evidence from all relevant studies on the topic of interest, and it does so concisely and transparently.” (Cook, 1997)
Come to this one-hour workshop and be introduced to the essential skills for Systematic Review by Maylene Qiu (Clinical Liaison Librarian and Systematic Review Coordinator) and Frank Campbell (Medical Education Liaison Librarian). Refreshments will be provided.
This presentation is being sponsored by Penn’s Graduate Student Center.
- When: Monday, February 18, 2019, 01:30 PM – 02:30 PM
- Where: Room 305 (3rd Fl), Grad Center, 3615 Locust Walk
- Registration is required
In the meantime, check out the Biomedical Library’s Systematic Review Guide, which includes the steps for conducting a Systematic Review.
And did you know that the Institute of Medicine standards for conducting a Systematic Review (standard 3.1) require working with a librarian to plan and peer review your literature search strategy?