If you have never done a Systematic review before.
Not sure if you are doing a systematic review or a literature search in a systematic way? There is fine line between them but generally if you are an undergraduate you will be doing the latter. If you need help please contact your relevant Academic Engagement Librarian by finding the relevant subject guide and following the relevant email link or drop in to the Academic Skills Hub.
The following highlights some some key differences between a systematic review and a literature search
We offer courses on searching the literature for a Systematic Review - one for Health and one for a wider audience. The courses take approx 2 1/2 hours, in the Hartley Library and are bookable via Gradbook and Staff book for all Staff and Post Graduate Researchers.
Contact us if you need help.
Southampton Health Technology Assessment Centre (SHTAC) SHTAC offer an introductory training day -covering the key stages of a systematic review, from scoping the research questions to disseminating results and recommendations. For further details and to book see the SHTAC training page
University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) ScHARR offer a 3 day short course on Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org For further details see ScHARR Short Courses.