Since 2012 the Systematic Review Service has provided over 3000 consultations, offered 300 presentations, webinars, and workshops, supported hundreds of theses/dissertations, grants, and publications, and trained over 1000 librarians.
What is a systematic review?
A systematic review is a research method aimed to answer a question(s) by collecting, appraising, analyzing, and synthesizing studies matching specified criteria. They are conducted in medicine, public health, education, social sciences, engineering, and more. See Introduction to Systematic Reviews tab for more information.
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?
Introduction to review methods (45 minutes)
This introduction will provide an overview of systematic, narrative, and scoping reviews. It is open to all interested students, faculty, and staff.
Review Protocol Development Workshop
This 2-hour workshop will provide a step by step session for those needing to develop a protocol for a systematic or scoping review. It is open to all interested students, faculty, and staff. Those attending should have settled on the topic for their review before joining this workshop.