Systematic Review workshop: Introduction
A Systematic Review critically assesses ALL relevant studies that address particular clinical issues. It provides a high level of evidence on the effectiveness of healthcare interventions.
To help researchers develop a good quality of a systematic review that meets all requirements, the Biotech Commons is presenting a Systematic Review workshop series. The workshops will introduce the systematic review process, describe systematic literature search protocol in accordance with PRISMA standards, present tools to handle citations and data extraction process.
This one-hour session will introduce you to what a systematic review is, what is the entire process, and what services the health sciences libraries provide. This session will highlight the features of systematic review as a comparison with other types of reviews, describe standards (e.g., PRISMA) and a framework for a systematic review with a focus on literature search, and introduce the resources and services available for Penn faculty, staff, students and clinicians.
Related LibGuide: Systematic Reviews by Maylene Qiu