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Systematic Reviews Service

Systematic Review Librarian

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Margaret Foster
Medical Sciences Library Room 170
979 862 1893

Systematic Review Service

Since 2012 the Systematic Review Service has provided over 2000 consultations, offered 200 presentations, webinars, and workshops, supported hundreds of theses/dissertations, grants, and publications, and trained over 800 librarians.

Who can use the service?

The systematic review service is open to all Texas A&M University affiliated students, faculty, and staff working on systematic reviews, meta-analysis, scoping reviews, rapid reviews, and more.  

What does the service offer?

  • Consultations to individuals and groups on specific research projects (Make an appointment)
  • Requested presentations to classes, research groups, and more (Request a class/session)
  • Workshops and webinars open to all on systematic reviews (see sessions below)
  • Advice and guidance on meta-analysis with expert
  • Support for systematic review tools and resources such as
    • Joanna Briggs Institute tools, such as SUMARI
    • Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ) Systematic Review Data Repository
    • Rayyan: free tool for sorting articles into include/exclude status with labels