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Northwell/ZSOM Evidence Synthesis

Welcome to the Evidence Synthesis LibGuide!

Welcome to our guide on Evidence Synthesis! On this guide, you can review resources that will help you navigate evidence synthesis projects.  You can learn about the different types of evidence synthesis, what methodology is used in each type, and how to select the type that is the right fit for your topic, your team, and your time.  You can also take a deeper dive into conducting a systematic review or a scoping review.

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What is Evidence Synthesis?

Evidence Synthesis International

Read the Inaugural Position Statement of Evidence Synthesis International (ESI), "a new partnership of organizations that produce, support and use evidence synthesis around the world." ESI describes itself as "a partnership of evidence synthesis organisations around the world that produce, support, and use evidence syntheses." Learn more about ESI at this site.

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