Systematic reviews (2 of 3): finding grey literature
Grey literature generally refers to unpublished sources such as reports, conference proceedings, clinical trials, government documents, informal communications, practice guidelines, preprints and more.
This workshop covers:
- what grey literature is, why it is important and why you should include it
- how to find it, where to look and what to search for
- writing it up - what you should include in your methods section
- keeping track of it all, documenting your searches and evaluating the quality
Please note: the Systematic Review series primarily supports health disciplines. If you are undertaking a review where you need to search systematically/comprehensively, but are not following specific systematic review methodology, you may find that other EDGE sessions such as ‘Finding theses’, ‘Finding grey literature’ and the ‘Literature reviews’ series better meet your needs.
Recommend where possible to have access to two screens during this session.
Related Guide: Grey Literature and Other Sources
- Systematic reviews (1 of 3): finding the evidence
- Systematic reviews (3 of 3): managing your results
EDGEx link: PhD, Professional Doctorate or Masters by Research candidates must register using this EDGEx link.
All other participants click begin registration below.
Related Guide: Systematic Reviews
- Tuesday, November 14, 2023
- 1:00pm - 3:00pm
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