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Literature Searches for Knowledge Synthesis: Level 2: Consultation

Literature Searches for Knowledge Syntheses - Tier 2 - Consultation

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.

Who is eligible to use the service?

  • University of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus Graduate Students & Residents
  • University of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus Faculty

What is required of you?

Before meeting with the librarian:

  • Determine what you would like to get out of your meeting with the librarian
  • Identify examples of articles relevant to your project and bring them to your meeting

After the project is complete:

  • Formal acknowledgement of the librarian's contribution in the final product (ex: journal publication) is required.


What services can the librarian provide?

Depending on your specific needs, the librarian can help you with:

  • Formulating your research question
  • Search term development
  • Determining sources to search
  • Designing a search strategy that is then executed by you
  • A general overview of knowledge synthesis processes
  • Orientation and advice on relevant software programs such as EndNote


Consult a Health Sciences Librarian

Which review is right for you?

Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library (University of Manitoba) --- ph. 204-789-3342 |