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Systematic Reviews: Get more help

High-quality systematic reviews are designed to identify all relevant published and unpublished evidence and provide an unbiased synthesis of the findings.

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Have questions on how to do a systematic review?

Set up a 30 minute online consultation with a librarian to learn the basics of conducting a systematic review. 

We’ll anser your questions and show you:

  • the basic steps

  • guidelines to help you plan and write your review 

  • the best software to help you select, evaluate, and synthesize the best studies

This service is only available for MD Anderson staff and students.