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New at Yale: Covidence, a tool for systematic reviewers

3 October 2016 - 4:10pm by Andy Hickner

(by Holly Grossetta Nardini)

Covidence interface

The Library recently licensed a web-based tool to streamline the tedious task of producing systematic reviews. Covidence has an intuitive, easy-to-use interface that makes screening articles faster, while still following the recommended protocols for producing systematic reviews. It even works on mobile devices, allowing you to chip away at screening during small windows of time. To use Covidence, contact your medical librarian to open an account. At least one member of the research team must be based at Yale, but Covidence allows for seamless collaboration across institutions. Including a librarian on the research team will improve the quality of the literature search, which is the foundation for a systematic review. Consult our Systematic Review Service page for details.