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Literature Searches for Knowledge Synthesis: Information

Literature Searches for Knowledge Synthesis

Knowledge Synthesis Service Service Suspension

Due to overwhelming demand for knowledge synthesis support, the NJM Library is unable to accept new and/or follow-up requests for project support. Self-guided tutorials and supports created by NJM librarians are available on this guide.

Librarians at the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library provide a two-tiered support service for knowledge synthesis projects such as systematic reviews, scoping reviews, umbrella reviews, and realist reviews. 

Tier 1 - Instruction

Eligible Affiliations


Services Offered

All University of Manitoba students and faculty located at the Banatynne Campus


Group or individual instructional sessions that discuss literature searching,  or  knowledge synthesis at a general level.

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Systematic Review Workshop (Recordings)

Tier 2 - Consultation

Eligible Affiliations


Services Offered

University of Manitoba graduate students, residents, and researchers located at the Banatynne Campus



In depth consultation and advice regarding literature searching for the project.

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Neil John Maclean
Health Sciences Library
University of Manitoba
727 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, Canada
R3E 3P5

ph. 204-789-3342 
fax. 204-789-3922

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