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Working for a better tomorrow by enhancing knowledge syntheses & advancing research impact

Research

The CSRRS is working on projects around three research questions:

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Improve Methods

How to improve methods of information retrieval while maintaining the quality of the review? This can reduce the amount of time and money to complete the review.

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Apply to more disciplines

How to apply the systematic review method to disciplines beyond medicine? Systematic reviews have a long history in medicine and health related fields and continue to grow in other fields such as education, engineering, and others.

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Increase societal impact

What are the best practices for documenting, archiving, disseminating, and tracking review projects to increase societal impact? Following with open science ideals, this will ensure the accessibility, reproducibility, and transparency of syntheses and increase impact of Texas A&M research.

Margaret J. Foster, MS, MPH, AHIP
Professor, Texas A&M University
Director, Center for Systematic Reviews and Research Syntheses
csrrs@library.tamu.edu

Molly Crews
Systematic Review Librarian Lecturer, Center for Systematic Reviews and Research Syntheses
Instructor / Lecturer
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csrrs@library.tamu.edu

 

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