Workbooks & PowerPoints
- AHRQ: Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality Evidence-based reports (EPC)
- Centre for Reviews and Dissemination: includes DARE, NHS EED, and HTA databases
- Cochrane Library: systematic reviews from the Cochrane Collaboration
- JBI EBP Database: Joanna Briggs Institute Evidence-based Practice
- Nutrition Evidence Library: reviews from USDA
- PubMed Health: systematic reviews from 2000-current
- TRIP database: Turning Research Into Practice
- What Works Clearinghouse: reviews from Institute of Education Sciences
- More databases
The Center for Systematic Reviews support the needs of researchers conducting systematic reviews and meta-analysis.
Who can use the service?
Any Texas A&M University or Texas A&M Health Science Center affiliate can use the service including students, staff, and faculty. Depending on the discipline, researchers will be referred to either to the Center at Medical Sciences Library or at Sterling C. Evans Library to receive the appropriate expert assistance.
What resources & services are offered?
Lastest standard from Cochrane Collaboration.
- Foster, M. (2013). Introduction to Systematic Reviews for Healthcare Design. Healthcare Environments Research and Design Journal. to be published November 2013 (Special Issue)
- Diep, C. S., Foster, M., McKyer, E. L. J., Goodson, P., Guidry, J. J., & Liew, J. (2013). What are Asian-American youth consuming? A systematic literature review. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10903-013-9905-6
- Borrego, M., Froyd, J., and Foster, M. Systematic Literature Reviews in Engineering Education and Other Developing Interdisciplinary Fields.Journal of Engineering Education (accepted August 23, 2013)
- Shim, M., Gimeno, D., Pruitt, S.; McLeod, C., Foster, M. J., and Amick III, B (2013). “A systematic review of retirement as a risk factor for mortality”. Applied Demography and Public Health. Volume 3. Ed. Hoque, N. 3: 277-309. doi 10.1007/978-94-007-6140-7_17
In-class presentations: In-class sessions are available for courses. The presentation can be customized to match the needs of the curriculum
Workgroups: Groups such as labs or research teams can request training for specific research projects. Training will be customized for the needs of the project.