Conducting a Systematic Review Online
A systematic review is both a publication type and a research methodology, characterised by a rigorous and clearly documented synthesis and appraisal of primary research papers. It is primary research, similar to empirical methods, and not a form of literature review.
This session will focus on conducting systematic reviews for Psychology, Counselling, Sport Science & Exercise Physiology, Chiropractic, Nursing, Indigenous Health, Forensic Science, Biomedicine or Veterinary Medicine. Participants are expected to come with a quantitative clinical question to work on during the webinar.
Note: Database search techniques will not be covered in this session. Please view the ‘Strategic Literature Searching’ videos for more guidance with searching. We also encourage participants who are unsure if they are conducting a systematic review to attend the ‘Conducting a Literature Review’ webinar.
Note: This session is targeted at postgraduate/Honours students, researchers and academics.
*This webinar will be recorded and provided via the Research ReachOut @ the Library Session Guide once it has concluded.
If you have any queries regarding Research ReachOut @ the Library, please contact Zoë Martin.
Related LibGuide: Systematic Reviews - Research Guide by Zoë Martin