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Literature Search Reporting: Using PRISMA-S to Improve Transparency & Reproducibility Workshop

Uptown Campus
Online
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Can your readers reproduce your literature search? The literature search is the core methodology for a systematic review. Transparency and reproducibility are necessary to assess bias and reduce duplicative research. However, estimates of search “reproducibility” of a search range from .004% to 14% of published systematic reviews. PRISMA-S, which builds on the PRISMA reporting guideline, was created to help librarians, information specialists, and systematic reviewers transparently report searches.
 
Familiarity with health science databases and Systematic Reviews as a publication type. This workshop may be recorded and made available on the Tulane University Libraries YouTube page.
 
** The Zoom link will be provided immediately following registration at https://tulane.libcal.com/cal.../11409/LitSearchReporting.... **
 
Read the related Library Guide, Systematic Reviews by Amy Corder, at https://libguides.tulane.edu/c.php?g=1056333.
Howard-Tilton Memorial Library


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