Yale School of Nursing Class: "How to write a Lit Review"
Registration is required. Please click here to register.
How do you start a literature review? What if you find way too much information? What if you find nothing at all? What do you do with all these articles? And how do you know when you’re done? Join us to talk about your public health/biomedical literature review, from early planning to final proofreading. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll start developing a concept table for your research question. You’ll choose appropriate databases for your topic, and you’ll learn about pearl-growing and hand-searching as well as database searching. After sixty minutes, you’ll have a plan for your literature review and a list of tried-and-tested resources for reference management and project management. Most importantly, you’ll have confidence that you can get your next lit review done quickly and well.
Although this session is held at the Yale School of Nursing, due to its broad appeal, we welcome all from West Campus and across the University to come and learn more. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come to Yale School of Nursing: Garden Level, Room 02101, 400 West Campus Drive, Orange, CT.
Be sure to register.