The purpose of a systematic review is to sum up all available and relevant research on a specific question. The library can assist you with your systematic review. Contact us, or visit our open Canvas resource, SLU Hub for systematic reviews.
A crucial part of a systematic review is an extensive literature search, transparently reported in detail in the final publication.
Systematic review support from the Library
We offer support at different levels:
- Consultation - We advise you on how to design a structured search, including relevant search terms, suitable databases, and helpful screening techniques.
- Performing - We run searches designed in cooperation with you, in all relevant and accessible databases, and deliver the result in a format that is suitable for you and your project team.
- Start-to-finish project involvement - For extensive information projects, you might need to do complementary searches as the project proceeds, and find solutions for documentation and data storage. We can assist you from the planning phase all the way to publication.
- Seminars, workshops and courses - We offer seminars and workshops, tailor-made for you or your team’s needs.
Please contact the library if you are interested in our services.
Open resource for systematic reviews
If you would like to read up on methods and find resources then please visit our open resource in the learning platform Canvas: