Workload and timeframes
A systematic review is a large, complex undertaking that will most probably take many months to complete.
For example, unless your topic is very narrow or newly emerging, you can reasonably expect to have to download, deduplicate, and review for relevance hundreds, if not thousands, of citations once the searches have been executed. This can be a time-consuming process.
Access to, and familiarity with, citation management software is crucial to systematic review work. EndNote is the product made available to Flinders University staff and students. It can be accessed on-campus and/or downloaded onto a personal computer. The Student Learning Centre provides EndNote training...