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Finding Grey Lit for Systematic Reviews: Can It Be More Black and White?

Including grey literature in systematic reviews is an important strategy for reducing bias in included studies, but there are significant challenges to designing and carrying out a grey literature search. Librarians can expect systematic review teams to turn to them for expertise in conducting, managing, and documenting a grey literature search. This webinar provides participants with a framework for grey literature decision-making and tips for managing the search process, so that they can deliver black and white (clear and credible) results. #mlaGreyLit

For more information on Finding Grey Lit for Systematic Reviews: Can It Be More Black and White? and other recorded webinars, go to MEDLIB-ED.

 

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