Michelle DuBroy | Bonnie Dixon
Your library specialists will demonstrate expert search techniques using an example systematic review research question, for you to later apply to your own review search strategy. You will learn to use these techniques through demonstrations and discussions. The workshop will include topics like search concepts and synonyms, adjacency searching, subject headings (MeSH) and more.
This session will be most valuable for researchers in the Health disciplines who are considering or conducting a systematic-style review (e.g., systematic, scoping, integrative, etc.). Participants should already have some familiarity with basic database search techniques such as phrase searching, boolean and truncation.