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Grey Literature and Other Sources: Help

An overview of key search strategies to locate grey literature, informal or unpublished material. Provides sources and instructions on reporting requirements for systematic reviews.

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The full extent of Library support available when conducting a systematic review is detailed in the Systematic Review Service Level Agreement, below.

Prior to an appointment for your review, please:

Supply your research question, and protocol - including breakdown (e.g. PICO/PCC), inclusion/exclusion and identified keywords or draft search; and have either

  • attended the Library's EDGE workshops such as the Systematic reviews series (or similar)
  • worked through the content of this guide

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