While systematic reviews are commonly conducted in health disciplines, they are now becoming increasingly popular in biology, environmental disciplines, education, social work and social sciences.
This interactive workshop series will provide faculty, graduate students, librarians, and community members with a stronger understanding of the systematic review process and how it can be applied in your own research.
Participants that attend all three sessions will:
- Develop a deep understanding of the steps required in a systematic review process with a focus on what needs to be done rather than how to do it
- Identify tools and resources they can use to support the systematic review process
- Formulate action plans that make the process of conducting systematic reviews more transparent and successful
While participants are encouraged to attend all three sessions, each separate session will still give you a good base for your future research endeavours.
Please bring with you:
- A laptop for the interactive exercises
- A research question that you have been mulling over
Dates & Times:
- Tues, May 7, 10am-1pm
- Wed, May 8, 10am-1pm
- Thurs, May 9, 10am-1pm
Location for all 3 sessions:
- LSB 105
Register now: bit.ly/SRworkshop19
- Beata Pach, Information Specialist, Public Health Ontario
- Ilo-Katryn Maimets, Science Librarian, York University Libraries)
- Minglu Wang, Research Data Management Librarian, York University Libraries)