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Research Help

Need help? Please don't hesitate to contact your cohort's librarian.

Your librarian can help with: developing your search; knowledge synthesis projects (literature reviews, systematic and scoping reviews, etc.); finding books, articles, and other information sources; managing your references and data; and more!

For quick research help, you can also contact Woodward Library via email and in-person, or use the AskAway chat service.

Photograph of Rachael Bradshaw, UBC librarian    Rachael Bradshaw: Vancouver

    Email me | Make an appointment with me

    (604) 822-2884


Photograph of Aubrey Geyer, UBC librarian   Aubrey Geyer: Fraser Valley (Surrey)

   Email me | Make an appointment with me

   (604) 827-0578


Photograph of Terri McKellar, UBC librarian   Terri McKellar: North (Prince George)

    Email me | Make an appointment with me

    (250) 960-5195


Knowledge Synthesis Help

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 How we Can Help.

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

Key Resources for Getting Started

Learning how to find information at UBC Library

View the short videos at Searching the Library for a quick orientation to search tips and services.

Anatomy and Physical Examination Videos, Tools and Texts

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Enter general keywords.

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