A spreadsheet template designed to help you keep track of your literature search terms during a systematic search.
1. Log in with your NYU credentials
2. Open and "Make a Copy" to create your own tracker for your literature search strategies
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See schedule of RefWorks, EndNote, and Zotero classes (coded in pink)
If you are using a citation manager to store bibliographic data related to your evidence synthesis project, it is recommended that you maintain back up copies of your data.
Recommended steps for backing up bibliographic data will vary depending on your software of choice (Zotero, EndNote or RefWorks) - more information can be found on the guide for Data Management Planning - Storage & Backup.
Covidence works with reference managers (e.g.,EndNote, Zotero, Refworks, Mendeley) to screen results for the purposes of systematic reviews and other research projects.
Link to Covidence to request a Covidence account using your NYU email address.
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(do NOT click the "free trial" account; do NOT "sign in with Cochrane" Select the option for NYU access).
PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses) is an evidence-based set of minimum items for reporting information in systematic reviews and meta-analyses.
Stotz, S. A., McNealy, K., Begay, R. L., DeSanto, K., Manson, S. M., & Moore, K. R. (2021). Multi-level diabetes prevention and treatment interventions for Native people in the USA and Canada: A scoping review. Current Diabetes Reports, 2(11), 46. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11892-021-01414-3