Systematically review the literature

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Systematically review the literature

Systematically review the literature

This 90-minute training by Prof. Amanda Salis will give you what you need to confidently undertake a systematic literature review. Amanda has produced 13 systematic literature reviews, with 8 of these being published to date.

If you’re commencing research in a particular field, then reading systematic literature reviews in that field – or doing one yourself if there aren’t any of relevance – is one of the best ways to identify the most pressing gaps in current knowledge in that field. This helps to ensure that any subsequent efforts you or others undertake in that field of research will be more likely to have high impact.

Another benefit of learning systematic literature review techniques is that they help you to avoid forming or presenting biased views of current literature in any field, thereby enabling you to gain a closer understanding of the truth.

This training will equip you with a step-by-step plan for undertaking a systematic literature review, including …

  • How to source the things you need to undertake a systematic literature review, including software and collaborators
  • How to ensure your systematic review process follows international best-practice guidelines
  • Mistakes to avoid so you can complete your systematic literature review as time-effectively as possible
  • How to determine if the data you find in your literature search is suitable – or not – for subsequent meta-analysis
  • Understand the meaning of all the essential elements of systematic reviews, so you can write the methods and results sections of your resultant review paper correctly and confidently

Who is this training for?

Any researcher from any institution who wishes to conduct (or supervise the conduct of) a systematic literature review to advance their research.

Training prerequisite

None.

What you need at the training

  • Something to write with

The times shown below are in Australian Eastern Standard Time. Corresponding times in various cities are shown below (click here to find other cities).

11:00 – 12:30 (Perth)
12:30 – 14:00 (Adelaide, Darwin)
13:00 – 14:30 (Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Sydney)
15:00 – 16:30 (Wellington)

The webinar will be recorded and made available to registrants within a few hours of completion of the webinar, for subsequent on-demand viewing.

A calendar reminder (with webinar instructions) will be emailed immediately after registration. If you do not receive this email (it may be in your trash or spam folder), please let us know.

Discover how to bring systematic searching techniques to your literature reviews, and thereby avoid the common mistake of forming or presenting a biased view of extant literature. More info…

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