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Systematic Reviews

Translating Search Strategies

Conducting systematic reviews require authors to search multiple databases however, each database differs in terms of subject headings and words assigned to the literature. As a result, systematic review search strategies will need to be translated between databases. Check out the Cornell University Library Translating Search Strategies page to learn more about how translating works between databases.