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Systematic Reviews: Support from the Lamar Soutter Library

Librarians on the Systematic Review Team

"The 2011 publication from the Institute of Medicine, Finding What Works in Health Care:  Standards for Systematic Reviews, recommends working with librarians trained in performing systematic reviews to plan the search strategy and perform searches." (DuddenProtzko 2011) 

Dudden RF, Protzko SL. The systematic review team: Contributions of the health sciences librarian. Med Ref Serv Q. 2011;30(3):301-315.

McKibbon, K. Ann. Systematic reviews and librarians Library Trends Summer 2006: 202+. Expanded Academic ASAP. Web. 18 July 2013.

Other Systematic Review Library Guides (LibGuides)

Systematic Reviews:  the process (Duke University)

Resources to Support Systematic Reviews (Washington University – Becker Library)

Systematic Reviews: Planning, Writing, and Supporting (Dartmouth College - Medical Library)

Systematic Reviews and Meta Analysis (Countway Library of Medicine)

Systematic and Literature Reviews (Brown University Library)

Systematic Reviews (Mayo Clinic Libraries)

Systematic Reviews, Scoping Reviews, and other Knowledge Syntheses (McGill University Library)

Grey Literature Guides

Finding Grey Literature in Mental Health and Addiction - Centre for Mental Health and Addiction, University of Toronto

Grey Literature - University of Michigan

Grey Literature in the Health Sciences - University of Alabama

Grey Literature in the Health Sciences - University of Pennsylvania

Grey Literature Resource Guide - University of Southern California