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Grey Literature searching: progress and emerging patterns
This presentation by Jess Tyndall from Flinders University was presented at the Health Libraries Australia Professional Development Day in 2017. It covers sources of grey literature and how to find it, as well as some of the advantages and pitfalls about using it in systematic reviews.
Databases & search engines
Preprint Servers, Open Archives & Repositories
Systematic Review Registers
Other research in progress
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