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Systematic Reviews and Related Evidence Syntheses Service

About This Guide

This guide contains information about

  • Making an appointment with a librarian
  • Introduction to systematic reviews
  • Tools to support evidence syntheses

What is a systematic review and other evidence syntheses?

You may have heard of a systematic review which is one type of evidence synthesis. 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.

Systematic Review and Related Evidence Syntheses Service

Who can use the service?

The 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 services are offered?

  • Consultations to individuals and groups on the search strategy
  • Assistance with finding related reviews
  • Guidance on citation management software
  • If your project requires extensive assistance, please contact your subject librarian