Did you miss our recent 3-part workshop series on how to do systematic and scoping reviews? No worries – you can watch the recordings and review the slides on our research guide.
Part 1: Getting Started and Structured Searching gives an overview of the systematic and scoping review process, resources for developing a protocol, and crafting a rigorous and reproducible search strategy.
Part 2: Translating Database Searches and Finding Grey Literature covers adapting an advanced search strategy to multiple databases, planning and executing your grey literature search, and documenting your search.
Part 3: Tools, Screening Criteria, and Appraisal provides an orientation to Covidence, considerations for creating eligibility criteria and conducting quality appraisal, and topics in transparency and reproducibility including use of OSF.