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Are you tackling a systematic review but not sure where to start? Struggling to define your review question or come up with a clear search strategy?

The Library now subscribes to Cochrane Interactive Learning . This resource contains 11 modules to help you improve your knowledge and skills in conducting systematic reviews. Whilst the Cochrane Review process is designed for healthcare interventions, any researcher who is interested in systematic reviews or systematic searching can benefit from this resource. The first three modules may be of particular interest.

How to access

The first time you use Cochrane Interactive Learning you will need to register using your CCCU email. You will then be sent a confirmation email link to activate your account.

Register with your university email address by following the instructions available on Cochrane’s help pages.

New to literature reviews?

If you have never undertaken a literature review before, you may like to start with our Learning Skills Hub modules. These are tailored to your level of study, including postgraduate. Academic staff are also welcome to use these.

If you are a postgraduate research student or member of staff and would like help conducting literature searches, please contact Claire Choong, Learning & Research Librarian (Research Lead).