Systematic & Scoping Review Collaboration (SSRC)

This is about the Systematic and Scoping Review Collaboration. 

For information about conducting systematic reviews, visit our research guide.

(Please note: Submitting an application does not guarantee an acceptance, as this will be based on the factors listed on our Eligibility & Parameters page).

The Systematic and Scoping Review Collaboration (SSRC) connects University of Toronto health science and social science researchers with librarians, who partner as co-authors in the planning, execution and writing of knowledge syntheses studies.

Having a librarian on your team is recommended, or required, by many organizations that fund and oversee systematic reviews such as the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Institute of Medicine and the Cochrane Collaboration. A librarian on your team could also lead to higher quality search strategies and improve the quality of the review. Librarians involved in the service participate with the aim to improve the quality of evidence synthesis studies conducted at the university.

Learn more who can use the SSRC, and what projects are eligible.