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Systematic Reviews Service

Instruction Templates for reuse

This page provides examples of instruction given to various groups on systematic reviews.

MLA 19 Which Review is Right for you sllides

Title: Introduction to Systematic Reviews (for potential producers of reviews)

Objectives:

  • Define the differences between systematic, narrative, and scoping reviews

  • Describe the steps for determining the feasibility of a review project

  • List resources available to support reviews

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Title: Introduction to Reviews (Clinical Medicine Edition)

Objectives:

  • Define the differences between systematic, narrative, and scoping reviews
  • Evaluate a systematic review or meta-analysis
  • Apply the results of a systematic review to a clinical situation

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Title: Which review is right for you? Education Edition

Objectives: 

  • Define the differences between systematic, narrative, and scoping reviews
  • Describe the steps for determining the feasibility of a review project
  • List resources available to support reviews
  • Describe organizations related to education

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Title: Template Introduction on agricultural systematic reviews updated

Objectives: 

  • Define the differences between systematic, narrative, and scoping reviews
  • Describe the steps for determining the feasibility of a review project
  • List resources available to support reviews
  • Describe organizations related to agriculture

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