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Systematic Reviews for Health: Sources to Search

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

Sources to Search

Sources to search is part of the Search for studies step.

The aim of a systematic review it is to find all information available on a particular topic. It is therefore important to widely and thoroughly search published and unpublished research.

Generally, a systematic review includes a search of:

Bibliographic databases

Grey literature


Citation tracking

Personal communication

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