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Evidence Synthesis Reviews 101

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Term: Spring 2021

Date: February 15th, 2021

Time: 2:00pm - 3:30pm


Instructors: Cozette Comer, Ginny Pannabecker, & Kiri DeBose

Presented By: University Libraries



Evidence synthesis (ES) reviews are comprehensive, rigorous reviews of information and often serve as the foundation of evidence-based decision making. ES review approaches include systematic, rapid, restricted, and scoping reviews. By the end of this 1.5 hour session, you’ll be able to describe the different types of evidence synthesis reviews, describe the general steps required in an evidence synthesis review, be familiar with guidelines and tools, and consider whether these approaches are appropriate for your research goals and / or question(s).

[If you are interested in this session, check out the Evidence Synthesis Workshop SeriesLinks to an external site.]