Research Guides

Systematic Reviews

Welcome to Richter Library's Resource Guide
for Systematic Reviews!

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This guide is a great tool for finding information and conducting systematic reviews. Each tab contains current and relevent resources for assisting you in collecting the best information for your project, interest, or research. 
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Getting Started
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Steps in a Systematic Review
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Biomedical Databases
Systematic Review Databases
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What is Grey Literature?

"Grey literature stands for manifold document types produced on all levels of government, academics, business and industry in print and electronic formats that are protected by intellectual property rights, of sufficient quality to be collected and preserved by library holdings or institutional repositories, but not controlled by commercial publishers i.e., where publishing is not the primary activity of the producing body."

-- 2nd International Conference for Grey Literature, 2010

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Types of Grey Literature
To studies the many areas in public health, it is imperative to investigate some of the following sources for timely and research driven information:
  • Reports from government agencies (e.g., WHO or UNAIDS), organizations, societies, etc.
  • Professional and Special Interest Groups
  • Health Institutes
  • Universities
  • Research Centers
  • Conference Proceedings
  • Listservs, Blogs, Emails, Phone calls
  • Newsletters
  • Theses & Dissertations
  • Primary Resources
    • Manuscripts
    • Notes
    • Letters
    • Diaries
    • Other personal information
  • More Types of Grey Lit Documents
Note: Before using any information sources, interogate them - based on 5 criteria.
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Appraisal Tools
Systematic vs Scoping Reviews
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Cochrane Training on Twitter:
Cochrane Interactive Learning is a an online course offered to all University of Miami Libraries users. Using the Cochrane methodology, the course is perfect for new and experienced review authors alike. It's a great introduction to systematic review for new authors while also offering more insight to the process for experienced authors. 
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Cochrane Registration Instructions

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