Cozette Comer, Evidence Synthesis Librarian, Liaison Librarian: Statistics and Computational Modeling & Data Analytics, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kiri DeBose, Head, Veterinary Medicine Library & Liaison to Animal Sciences, email@example.com
Ginny Pannabecker, Liaison Librarian: Biochemistry, Biocomplexity Institute, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics, Neuroscience, and Systems Biology; Director, RCE, firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do an SR?
Consider how a systematic review study will address your research or practice goal/s?
1. Develop a targeted answerable question
2. Determine no recent reviews have already been conducted
3. Agree on specific inclusion/exclusion criteria
4. Develop a system to organize data and notes, including a data management and archiving plan
5. Devise and document reproducible search methods
6. Launch and track an exhaustive search
7. Organize search results
8. Reproduce search results
9. Abstract data into a standardized format
10. Synthesize data using statistical methods (meta-analysis)
11. Write about what you found; make your supplementary files and data available via a repository