While the library is unable to undertake a full review it is able to help with some aspects. This list provides the different ways the library can help with your review.
- Provide guidance on the appropriate review type for your study or research.
- Help to identify relevant databases and other subject resources that could be used to supplement your review.
- Demonstrate library resources for use in the review.
- How to replicate searches on other databases and resources.
- Help in the design of search strategies.
- Use of reference management software, namely Endnote.
- Saving and managing your references.
- Create citation and search result alerts.
- Help to locate difficult to find material, using the inter-library loan service, for example.
Further information about Systematic Reviews