This research guide provides an overview of the systematic review process, guidance documents for conducting evidence synthesis projects, and links to resources to help you conduct a comprehensive and systematic search of the scholarly literature. Navigate the guide using the tabs on the left.
If you're affiliated with Cornell's Ithaca campus and would like to submit a request for help with your review, visit:
The Institute of Medicine recommends that a librarian or information specialist be involved in the systematic review process. In fact, this study published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology shows that librarian involvement in systematic reviews improves both the quality and the reproducibility of the literature search.
Cornell's multidisciplinary systematic review service can help you:
See the links below for a more detailed explanation of how we can best serve you.
Below is a list of reviews for which a member of Cornell's systematic review service team was a co-author.
Below is a list of public registered protocols produced from Cornell's systematic review service team.