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Systematic Reviews

Conducting a Systematic Review, Systematic Review Services offered at HSLIC, Databases, Content Management Systems, Resources Used for Systematic Reviews, Systematic Review Software

Review Software

These tools can streamline the process of organizing and screening literature for systematic review. 

Please note that the library has a subscription to Covidence.  To create an account for Covidence, please refer to:  

Software

Citation Management Systems

These are tools for downloading, organizing, and annotating citations.  They are useful for manuscript preparation and generating reference lists in various publication styles.  Examples include RefWorks, EndNote, Medeley, Zotero.  HSLIC supports Zotero and Mendeley, which are free.

Systematic Review Tool Box

This is a great resource for identifying software tools for various steps in the systematic review process.

Translation Services

For a fee, the University of New Mexico offers translation services through the Excellence-in-Translation Center (UNM EX-TRA) located on the UNM Campus or available through their website.

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