The Welch Medical Library has a number of informationists who can assist with a literature search.
A literature search consultation might include one or more of the following:
An informationist can also provide you with an expert search, which may include:
Are you interested in performing a systematic review? These types of reviews are more complex than a general literature review. See our Systematic Review Methods guide to learn more.
Do you want to meet with an informationist? Complete our Literature Review Request Form (BETA):
Literature Review Request Form
A meeting with an informationist will be most beneficial for you if you first do a little bit of planning and searching on your own. Prior to meeting with an informationist, we recommend that you:
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