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Systematic Reviews

This library guide provides an overview of review types and a more detailed exploration of the requirements and processes of systematic reviews in various disciplines.

Intended Audience: Staff members seeking to undertake a review or knowledge synthesis, in particular staff unsure about whether a systematic review is the best methodological fit for their purpose, or who have been explicitly tasked with performing a systematic review.

This guide contains information and resources on the following topics: 

How can we help you?

In addition to this Instructional guide, Library Services is available to consult, assist and provide advice on any of the following:

  • Deciding what type of review to undertake
  • Database/source selection
  • Evaluation and/or modification of your search process/strategy
  • Grey literature searching
  • Tools that you can use for your review

Please contact us via Ask a Librarian to talk to us about Systematic Reviews or other complex searching needs.