The second seminar in the Lincoln Institute for Health Community and Health Research Unit seminar series will be given by Viet-Hai Phung (Research Assistant, CaHRU) on “Scoping Reviews”.
Viet-Hai describes the content of his session below:
The seminar will go through the process of conducting a scoping review, from the initial justification for using it through to analysing the final included publications. The process is systematic, with the key being consistent application of each of the steps. I will use practical examples from my own research to illustrate each of the steps that have to be followed. Rather than being a presentation, it is expected that the session will be interactive as it will be more a practical demonstration of the process. Our subject librarian, Marishona Ortega, will also be able to answer questions on the day too.
The seminar will take place on Tuesday 28th February from 11.00am to 12.00noon. The venue is MB3203, Minerva Building.
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