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Bullet UHL Libraries & Information Services helpsheet
A helpsheet that we have produced on the overview of the process & the library help that os available.

Bullet Request library help with your systematic review
An online form that you can use to request library help when starting a systematic review.

Bullet Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions
Handbook detailing how to undertake and write a systematic review for Cochrane Library, but a useful methodology for non-Cochrane reviews.

Bullet Joanna Briggs Institute reviewers manual
Joanna Briggs Institute help and advice for undertaking and writing systematic reviews. Also links to the SUMARI (System for the Unified Management, Assessment and Review of Information) software that assists with the process.

Bullet PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses)
The PRISMA guidelines are a well known and respected set of standards for doing systematic reviews and meta-analyses. They focus on reviews of randomised controlled trials but can be used for reviews of other study types.

Bullet Joanna Briggs Institute ebook collection
This collection of 23 ebooks are there to support evidence-based practice and to assist in the creation of systematic reviews and meta-analyses. They cover the JBI model of evidence-based healthcare and tackle issues such as qualitative research, appraising evidence and statistics.

Bullet RevMan (Review Manager) 5
The Cochrane Community downloadable software which aids the production of systematic reviews. The software is free to download and use for non-commercial purposes.

Bullet Covidence
Online web tool that assists with the screening and assessing of references in the systematic review process. It can be used for free under certain conditions but otherwise a subscription is required.

Bullet Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis: Tips for getting started
A library guide provided by Texas Tech University Health Science Centre.

Bullet Steps in conducting a systematic review RLO (Reusable Learning Objects)
An RLO produced by the University of Nottingham on undertaking a systematic review.


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