Literature Searching for Systematic Reviews: where to start and when to stop, Institute of Health Sciences
|Dates:||13 December 2012|
|Times:||12:00 - 12:00|
|What is it:||Seminar|
This session, suitable for specialist and non-specialist researchers, will cover a broad spectrum of issues around literature searching, the foundation of any systematic review.
Individual presentations will cover subjects from the basics of constructing and managing a search (with examples from qualitative and quantitative reviews), to the limits of our knowledge about searching for systematic reviews. Along the way we will be encouraging discussion and highlighting practical tips on which techniques to employ, and where and how to search most effectively.
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Travel and Contact Information
G306a & G306b
Jean McFarlane Building