Systematic searches for review articles
If you are a researcher or PhD-candidate at USN writing a systematic review article, the library’s systematic search service can help you.
A systematic review summarises the best available knowledge on a specific subject. Reviews are based on a literature search carried out in a systematic, transparent, and repeatable way.
In a systematic review the literature search equals the data collection, and an experienced librarian uses on average one week on a systematic search. Please note that it is therefore important to start the collaboration with the library in an early stage of the project.