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Systematic Review Workshops

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A systematic review is a high-level overview of primary research on a focused question utilizing high quality research evidence through identifying, selecting, synthesizing, and appraising data.

The Libraries offer in-person, open-to-all workshops tailored to specific aspects of the systematic review process.

Registration is required to attend. Priority registration is given to University of Maryland faculty, staff, and students.

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The University also offer one-on-one consultations upon request that are free to all UMD affiliates.

Did you know? Faculty can request a systematic review instruction session for a class or a department!

We are available to provide instruction and guidance!

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