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1. Citation: Rader, T., Mann, M., Stansfield, C., Cooper, C., & Sampson, M. (2013). Methods for documenting systematic review searches: A discussion of common issues. Research Synthesis Methods, 5(2), 98-115.
Title: Methods for documenting systematic review searches: A discussion of common issues
Author(s): Rader, T.
Mann, M.
Claire, S.
Cooper, C.
Sampson, M.
Year: 2013
Journal/Publication: Research Synthesis Methods
Abstract: The present article describes common challenges and possible strategies related to accurately documenting literature searches for systematic reviews. The researchers created a working group to discuss current practice and the results of a survey of information specialists, systematic review authors, trials search coordinators, librarians and other information specialists. They found several barriers to conducting and documenting a systematic review literature search, including a lack of time, tools, understanding of the requirements, and understanding about responsibility for documenting the search. The authors also describe how to utilize the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews (PRISMA) to guide accurate recording.

Type of Item: Research Study
Systematic Review/Meta-Analysis
Type of KT Strategy: Survey
Working Groups
Target Group: Researchers
Evidence Level: 3
Record Updated:2016-07-18

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