Are you planning a Systematic or Systematic-Like Review? Are you aware that the Library might be able to help you?
Charles Sturt Library’s Systematic Review Service aims to support research students and staff to perform high-quality systematic and systematic-like reviews. We advise and partner with researchers to conduct comprehensive searches of the relevant literature. The information provided in our new Systematic Review Service Charter outlines the different levels of service available.
An essential first step in any review is to consider the type of review that best suits your research question – do you need to do a narrative review, a scoping review, a rapid review, or a systematic review? The Systematic Review Guide provides in-depth information about the steps involved in the review process.
Senior Client Services Librarians can provide advice on systematic literature searching, so if you’re planning a review, contact us to find out more.