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GPLL253 - Systematic Reviews: The Basics

This workshop will take you through the basics of a systematic review: what it is, how it differs from other types of reviews. The session will explore the time and resources required to carry out a systematic review, as well as outline the first steps you can take to get one started.
1. Understand the difference between a systematic review and other common types of reviews.
2. Understand the time required to carry out a systematic review.
3. Identify the resources needed to carry out a systematic review.
4. Become aware of the initial steps that should be taken in preparation for carrying out a systematic review.

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This workshop is led by Katharine Hall and Krista Alexander. Katharine Hall is the Subject Librarian for Biology and Exercise Science at Concordia University Library. She holds a BSc in Biochemistry from McMaster University and a Masters in Library and Information Sciences from University of Western Ontario. Krista Alexander is the Subject Librarian for Physics, Chemistry & Biochemistry and Applied Human Sciences at Concordia University Library. She holds a BSc and a Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Waterloo, and a Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Western Ontario

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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