Tagged: Systematic reviews

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For healthcare researchers, systematic reviews are important studies that summarize and appraise the results of available healthcare studies on a particular topic. We have two guides to help researchers with the systematic review process: Systematic Reviews provides an overview to the process and information about best practices
February 4, 2020
Guide
This guide highlights a selection of tools available to UC Davis researchers wanting to perform and manage systematic reviews. For a guide on what systematic reviews are, including the systematic review literature search process, and how to request a consultation for a health sciences systematic review project, see our
October 15, 2019 • Bruce Abbott
Guide
Courtesy of the National Library of Medicine This guide provides an overview of the systematic review process, definitions, best practices related to database selection, developing and documenting the search strategy, and managing publication citation data. Resources and strategies for finding existing systematic reviews are also included. Are
March 15, 2017 • Bruce Abbott
Guide
This guide provides an overview of evidence-based practice (EBP) resources, including: resources for learning about EBP clinical point-of-care tools practice guidelines systematic reviews literature databases background sources Here’s a tip sheet that can help you get started. Library VPN (Pulse Secure) is required to access library-licensed resources
March 15, 2017 • Amy Studer
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DARE contains abstracts of systematic reviews that have been quality-assessed. DARE covers such diverse topics as diagnostic tests, public health, health promotion, pharmacology, surgery, psychology, and the organization and delivery of health care.
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Sage Research Methods (SRM) is an online collection of authoritative information resources (e.g., journals, books, reference, videos, podcasts, cases) on how to perform hundreds of research methods, including statistical analyses, in a wide variety of disciplines (e.g., social science, medicine and health, engineering, public policy). Also includes a suite of