Seminar on “Introduction to scoping review methods”
Scoping review has become an increasingly popular approach for evidence synthesis. It aims to map the existing literature in a field of interest in terms of the volume, nature and characteristics of the primary research. The information generated would help to identify knowledge gaps and clarify working definitions and conceptual boundaries of a topic for further research investigation.
To equip participants with the knowledge and tools required to successfully plan for and undertake a scoping review, Prof Vincent CH Chung, Associate Professor of the JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, has been invited to give a seminar on what is scoping review with examples, and how to conduct, present and report scoping review findings on 22 December 2021.