This page includes videos from Systematic Reviews and Evidence Synthesis Beyond the Health Sciences: A Training for Librarians, which was presented virtually on August 3-5, 2020. 

 

1.  Evidence Synthesis Beyond the Health Sciences: Introduction

2. Reproducibility, transparent methods, and pre-registration. 

3. Exploring different review methodologies

4. Evidence synthesis steps and librarians as co-investigators

  • Presented by Megan Kocher 

5. Systematic review guidelines/checklists/reporting standards (e.g. PRISMA, ROSES, MARS)

  • Presented by Amy Riegelman 

6. Evidence synthesis protocols across disciplines

  • Presented by Kate Ghezzi-Kopel

7. Formulating the research question, question frameworks, and eligibility criteria 

8. Selecting databases for evidence synthesis 

9: Writing a search strategy and translating it for multiple databases

10. Searching the grey literature 

11. Citation management and article screening tools 

12. Writing the methods section 

  • Presented by Meghan Lafferty

1. Evidence Synthesis Beyond the Health Sciences: Introduction

2. Reproducibility, transparent methods, and pre-registration

3. Exploring different review methodologies

4. Evidence Synthesis Steps and Librarians as Co-Authors

5. Systematic review guidelines/checklists/reporting standards

6. Evidence synthesis protocols across disciplines

7. Formulating the research question, frameworks and eligibility criteria

8. Selecting databases for evidence synthesis

9. Writing a search strategy and translating it to multiple databases

10. Searching the grey literature

Image attributions:

Books on stairs photo by Janaina C. Falkiewicz https://www.flickr.com/photos/janafalk/7497869730/

Corn photo by bark: https://www.flickr.com/photos/barkbud/5005060463/ 

11. Citation management and article screening tools

Image attributions:

You are here map: https://www.flickr.com/photos/quasimondo/138297060

12. Writing the methods section