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Literature Reviews & Evidence Synthesis Methods

Literature Reviews & Evidence Synthesis Methods

Evidence synthesis (ES) reviews are comprehensive, rigorous reviews of available information and often serve as the foundation of evidence-based decision making. During this session, we will illustrate the characteristics and history of ES, and describe some of the methods commonly used today. By the end of this 1.5 hour session, you’ll be able to (1) differentiate narrative/traditional literature review and a systematic, evidence synthesis approaches, (2) recognize commonly used reviews methods and how to select methods based on your goals, and (3) consider how to apply some best practices from evidence synthesis to your literature review, regardless of the method you choose.

If this session is of interest to you, check out our other "evidence synthesis" workshops this fall!
If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, please email library-event-accessibility-g@vt.edu at least 10 business days prior to the event.

Related LibGuide: Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses by Cozette Comer

Date:
Thursday, September 29, 2022
Time:
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:
Newman 207A
Campus:
Blacksburg Campus
Audience:
    Alumni       Beginners       Faculty/Staff       Graduate Students       Public       Undergraduates  
Categories:
    Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 17 in-person seats available. There are 11 online seats available.

Event Contact

Kiri DeBose
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Ginny Pannabecker

Director, Research Collaboration and Engagement

vpannabe@vt.edu

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Cozette Comer

Evidence Synthesis Librarian