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Introduction to systematic reviews: lecture recording and slides
Lecture recording and slides introducing searching for systematic reviews and presented to Doctorate in Clinical Psychology candidates. This lecture introduces systematic reviews as a literature type and methodology, raises potential issues when developing research questions and search strategies, and highlights sources for further guidance and support. Slides best viewed in Slide Show mode. The resources "Formulating a research question and structuring a literature search" (https://edshare.gla.ac.uk/38/) and "Developing literature search strategies" (https://edshare.gla.ac.uk/76/) cover the elements of literature searching in more detail.

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Searching for systematic reviews and scoping reviews
A collection of resources to support researchers through the search element of a systematic or scoping review.

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Supervising systematic reviews
Lecture recording and slides from 'Supervising systematic reviews'. This lecture introduces systematic reviews as a literature type and methodology, discusses protocols as a method of scoping a review and defining the feasibility of a review. The lecture then moves to search techniques and resources students should utilise for their reviews, and reporting standards to expect in a write-up. Further resources and self-help materials are highlighted. Part of Systematic Review collection of resources (https://edshare.gla.ac.uk/451/).

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Systematic Literature Reviews in the Health and Social Sciences: Tools, Techniques and Tips
This interactive guide presents an accessible overview of the key principles, techniques and tools for a successful systematic literature review in the health and social sciences. Printable reading lists are included at the end of each main section, together with note-taking exercises, good practice tips and a recap quiz. This resource aims to empower undergraduate and postgraduate students to undertake literature review projects confidently and rigorously – following the most recent methodological guidance.

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Systematic review workshop and journal club: recording, slides, exercises and handouts
Slides, exercises and recordings of the systematic review workshop and journal club presented to Doctorate in Clinical Psycholgy trainees in academic year 2021-22. The combined learning objectives of the day are to: - Be able to structure a search strategy using a question formulation framework - Understand the principles of Boolean logic and search syntax in relation to a systematic review search strategy - Be able to run a search using subject headings and free text terms in the PsycINFO database - Know where to find and how to follow PRISMA reporting guidelines for systematic reviews - Be able to apply your knowledge of reporting guidelines and search strategy formulation to critically appraise a systematic review Video transcripts are available upon request.

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The University of Glasgow guide to search strategies for systematic reviews in medical, veterinary and life sciences
This guide is intended to provide an overview of some of the methodological and practical considerations required when undertaking the search component of a systematic review. The guide signposts to resources to aid the process of undertaking a systematic review and enhance a review’s quality and reporting standards. The guide should, therefore, not be seen as extensive nor a handbook. This resource is not necessarily intended to be read in a linear fashion. As an example, if your search skills require development then you may wish to review the resources in the ‘Developing a search strategy’ section prior to undertaking a scoping search.

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Using EndNote to manage references in systematic reviews
EndNote files and exercise handout for the course "Using EndNote to manage references in systematic reviews". Class video recording to follow.

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