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Systematic reviews with Embase and Mendeley

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- How to use PICO search form in Embase to build effective search for systematic reviews
- How to use Index miner and Find similar records to support a complex search query building
- How to use Mendeley for systematic review
Recorded Jun 20 2018 51 mins
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Xuanyan Xu, Embase Solution Marketing Manager; Max Dumoulin, VP of Institutional Offerings at Elsevie
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    (details to be updated)

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