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Animal Science / Applied Animal Biology

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To arrange for a systematic or scoping review consultation, please complete this Consult Request form.

Systematic Review workshops are offered regularly - please check the events calendar for the next offering.

For more information on how UBC Librarians can support your systematic or scoping review project, please see the How we Can Help document below.

Deciding between a Systematic or a Literature Review?  Check out this description of the differences in their stages and processes.

Key Research Guides

Search Strategy Methodology

Self-Guided Tutorials

Background on Scoping Reviews

Search Filters

Search filters are pre-tested strategies used to find evidence in databases. They are often used to locate a specific type of study, such as a randomized controlled trial or a qualitative study. Some search filters have been validated against a test set of records.