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Systematic and Scoping Reviews In-Person

This workshop will provide an introduction to scoping and systematic reviews, two very specific types of literature review that had their beginnings in clinical medicine, but are increasingly being adopted by social sciences researchers. These reviews typically involve a highly detailed and comprehensive plan and search strategy, with the goal of reducing bias by identifying, appraising, and synthesizing all studies relevant to a particular research question. Topics covered in the workshop will include an overview of the steps involved in this type of review, advice on developing search strategies, using purpose-built software programs like SUMARI and Covidence to conduct the review, as well as thoughts on the time and resources required to successfully complete a review.
Presented by Cara Bradley and Mary Chipanshi

Tuesday, November 26, 2019
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Time Zone:
Saskatchewan Time (change)
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