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Systematic review as a research method (on campus EOS 01.350)

A systematic review is a research method used to answer a very specific research question. Scoping reviews ask broader questions such as “What is already known about certain practices/theories etc.?” In this workshop you will learn more about the different types of reviews with a special focus on systematic and scoping reviews.

Who can participate?

  • PhD candidates or researchers of the Nijmegen School of Management who plan to conduct a systematic or scoping review.

How can you prepare for the workshop?

  • Search for systematic reviews on your own research topic. Use the different search techniques and strategies you have learned during the first workshop (24 april 2024). Keep a record of your search activities in accordance with 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 have found. Evaluate on the authors' method. What items of the method 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: 10:30 - 12:30, Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Location: EOS 01.350

Speaker: Norma Fötsch and Nina Lanke

Contact: norma.foetsch@ru.nl

We strongly advise you to also join the workshop "Efficient and complete literature searches for researchers" (24 April)  before joining the workshop about systematic review as a research method.

Date:
Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Time:
10:30am - 12:30pm
Campus:
Nijmegen School of Management
Faculty:
  Nijmegen School of Management  
Categories:
  Literature search     Literature search  

Registration is required. There are 12 seats available.

Teacher(s)

Profile photo of Nina Lanke
Nina Lanke

  Erasmuslaan 36, kamer 0.12
  Nina.Lanke@ru.nl
 🕘 aanwezig: ma t/m do

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Norma Fötsch

  norma.foetsch@ru.nl
  06-29622363

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