Q. Where can I find a systematic review for my NU 365 research topic?
If you have mainly been searching in the QuickSearch but haven't had any luck, remember that QuickSearch does not search all of the library's databases. There are several that are left out, including the major health science databases Nursing and Allied Health Database, Ovid, and TRIP.
TRIP, in particular, can be a helpful resource for this assignment, as it is the one database that clearly identifies all of its search results by evidence type (like a systematic review), and also allows users to easily filter search results by specific evidence type.
Although the major health science databases CINAHL and MEDLINE are both searchable through the QuickSearch, you may want to consider searching in these two database separately because they can filter search results to systematic reviews under the specificPublication Typefilter available in both databases.
You can extend your search out beyond the Sacred Heart databases to the National Library of Medicine's free online search engine PubMed. While most search results there are abstract-only, you can instantaneously know whether a PubMed search result is already available in the library or not if you have LibKey Nomad installed on your Chrome browser. You can also easily check to see whether articles are already available in the library or not by looking them up by their PubMed ID number/PMID in the library's Citation Linker tool.