Collaborate with expert searchers to publish your systematic review. The Weill Cornell Medical Library has knowledgeable staff to guide you through this evidence-based process. Please contact the Information Desk to learn more.
Systematic review collaboration may include:
Once a search is completed, a librarian will write the literature search methodology section for the submitted manuscript, maintain records of search results, and follow up with alerts and updates as needed.
Librarians are co-authors on systematic review collaborations.
Samuel J. Wood Library offers an advisory service for Weill Cornell students conducting systematic reviews as part of their educational program, including AOC projects. For more information on the SR process, with links to tools and resources, please see our guide, here. If you'd like to request a consultation for more guidance, please fill out this form. Librarians can meet with students to discuss the process and provide guidance throughout. This can include:
Please complete the following form to the best of your ability. It will be used to guide your first consultation with a librarian.
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