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Systematic reviews - how to check you're doing all the things, and how the library can help.

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Systematic reviews are the bedrock of research: the starting point for all projects, and an increasingly important tool to help make sense of the overwhelming amount of evidence that is being produced. But not all systematic reviews are equal. Many are produced that are neither transparent, reproducible or reliable. How can you be sure you’re doing all the things that will help ensure you avoid the pitfalls, and work as efficiently as possible? How can the library help? All this and more will be answered during this session.

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