Systematic review as a research method (on campus, HG00.217)
A systematic review is a research method used to address a very specific research question. Scoping reviews ask broader questions like “What is already known about certain procedures/theory etc.?” During this workshop you will learn more about the different type of reviews with a special focus on systematic and scoping reviews.
Who can participate?
- PhD candidates or researchers of the Nijmegen School of Management planning on conducting a systematic or scoping review.
How can you prepare for the workshop?
- Search for systematic reviews about your own research topic. Use the different search techniques and strategies you have learned during the first meeting. Try to record your search activities according to the checklist for Reporting Literature Searches in Systematic Reviews. Select at least one systematic review or scoping review.
- Read the method section of the articles you found. Evaluate on the authors method. What items are according to PRISMA, and which items are you missing? You can use the following checklists: PRISMA checklist for Systematic Reviews and PRISMA checklist for Scoping reviews
Time and date: 11am till 1 pm, Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Location: E00.217 (Huygens building, ground floor, Library of Science)
Speaker: Norma Fötsch, Marieke van der Eerden en Rebecca Calcott
We strongly advise you to also join the workshop “Efficiently searching for literature reviews” (14 Nov) before joining the workshop about systematic review as a research method.
- Tuesday, December 5, 2023
- 11:00am - 1:00pm
- Nijmegen School of Management