How to Conduct a Systematic Review

Systematic Reviews and Scoping Reviews are types of literature reviews that use systematic methods to collect studies. Each have their own complex steps. 'New' researchers will experience a steep learning curve and should be prepared to train in the art of searching before the review is conducted.

See our Systematic & Scoping Reviews guide to learn about:

  • systematic and scoping review timelines and methods,
  • developing a protocol,
  • devising a search strategy,
  • using Covidence and other review tools,
  • and more.

Visit the How to Book a Consult page on the guide to get help or book a consultation with a librarian on the Systematic & Scoping Review Team.