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Systematic Reviews


Welcome to the HSL Systematic Reviews Guide!  

This guide is intended to provide guidance and resources for researchers, clinicians, faculty, and students across the health sciences interested in conducting a systematic review.

Learning Outcomes

Users of this guide will learn:

  • What makes a systematic review different from a traditional literature review.
  • How to develop a clinical question and protocol for a systematic review.
  • Tips and resources for conducting a search and selecting studies for the review.
  • How to analyze, synthesize, and disseminate the results of the systematic review.
  • How an HSL librarian can help you with the systematic review process.

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If you are off-campus, click the link below to log in to the Library and access the various electronic resources remotely.