Help on conducting a (systematic) review
A review article provides a summary of the state of affairs in a particular field. Review articles are written by experts based on extensive literature research. Reading a review quickly provides insight into a field or subject.
When doing a systematic review, support from a information specialist is virtually indispensable. Among other things, an information specialist can help with:
- analysis of the research question/PICO
- selection of relevant information resources
- composing comprehensive and systematic search strategies (in consultation with the client)
- reference management
for the purpose of e.g. a graduation thesis/science internship, CAT, systematic review, journal article, bibliometrics or grant application. The whole search process will be documented.
LUMC-staff members can make an appointment online with an information specialist of the Walaeus medical library for advice on doing a systematic review.Make an appointment
Do you work at another faculty?
Then send an e-mail to one of our subject librariansMake an appointment