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