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Systematic Reviews for Health: Library Help

A guide on how a Research Librarian can help you during a systematic review process

Library Help

Carrying out a systematic review is a long and elaborate process. The structure and character of a systematic review must be devised by the researcher and supervisor, or research team, as a first step.

Research Librarians can assist UTAS researchers with the Search for studies step of a systematic review.

Request for Help with Search

Before your first appointment with your Research Librarian, please complete the below form with as much information as possible. This enables the librarian assisting you with the search strategy to understand the scope and nature of your review.

Search for Studies

The Search for Studies step includes:

Software

The following software may help you in the systematic review process and is available for UTAS researchers:

There is other free and fee-based software available to assist with the systematic review process. The Library does not provide help for these resources.

Systematic Review Process

                    

 

Templates / Helpsheets

Webinar

Topics:
  • Difference PubMed and Medline
  • Advanced search in Medline (Topic analysis, Keyword search using field codes, Advanced operators, MeSH term searching)
  • Using validated search filters
  • Saving your searches and setting up alerts
  • Exporting your search results to EndNote

Need More Help?
Book a consultation with a Learning and Research Librarian or contact Librarians@utas.edu.au.