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Systematic literature review strategies and tools

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Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre

Policy makers, managers and researchers, particularly in health field, are all under increasing pressure to adopt a more systematic approach to the utilisation of the complex evidence base. As a part of RIGHT (Research Into Global Healthcare Tools) project, systematic literature review was attempted to investigate a corpus (more than 10,000) of literature on “management and planning methods in healthcare.” In this talk, the speaker will share his hands-on experiences of applying systematic literature review strategies (database selection, literature filtering and literature sampling) and tools (Citespace, information template and Freemind).

This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre series.

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