To advance evidence-based health care practice by providing search expertise, guidance and support for conducting systematic reviews and similar review methodologies at Temple University for all medical and health sciences disciplines.
According to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine Standards for Systematic Reviews (2011),
You should "Work with a librarian or other information specialist trained in performing systematic reviews to plan the search strategy."
See more at: http://iom.nationalacademies.
The Literature Search Service is designed for Temple University Health Sciences or Temple University Hospital faculty or staff who plan to publish their review. The service includes a variety of review types.
Please Note: The Literature Search Service requires a brief consultation with a librarian and the completion of our protocol form. To get started please complete the TEMPLE REVIEW PROTOCOL FORM. *Researchers are expected to provide librarian co-authorship for our substantial contributions allowing the librarian to have input in the manuscript as per ICMJE recommendations http://www.icmje.org/recommendations/.
Educational Services are available to all Temple University Hospital staff or Temple University Health Sciences faculty, staff or students. Our team of librarians offer two types of consultation services: Individual/Small Group Instruction or Search Strategy Critique Service.
Individual Consultation/small group Instruction
Search Strategy Critique Service:
Schedule an Instructional Session:
Please contact the health sciences library to schedule an individual, small group or class educational session.
The Temple University Health Sciences Libraries Literature Search Service for Systematic Reviews or Other Review Types is provided by a team of librarians who are expert searchers. However, their expertise does not replace the evaluation of evidence by a trained medical professional.
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