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Systematic literature review: Collecting, Analysing and Publishing

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Systematic literature review: Collecting, Analysing and Publishing  EBBS21 3.5 45h
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Higor Leite Geral
Ementa: O uso de revisão sistemática da literatura (Systematic Literature Review) é um método qualitativo para coleta e análise de dados secundários. O objetivo da revisão é explorar e conhecer o estado da arte do tópico que está sendo pesquisado. Nesta disciplina os alunos aprenderão na prática a coletar os dados em bases de dados específicas, desenvolver um protocolo de busca, realizar uma análise descritiva e prescritiva dos dados, e como resultado e método de avaliação vamos escrever um artigo para publicação em revista internacional. O software utilizado será o Mendeley com suporte do Microsoft Excel. 
Syllabus: The use of systematic literature review (SLR) is a qualitative method to collect and analyse secondary data. The aim of the SLR is to explore and gain knowledge about the state-of-the-art of the subject under investigation. In this discipline, students will have the opportunity to learn on the job how to collect data in specifics databases, develop a research protocol, conduct a descriptive and prescriptive analysis of the data. As a result and assessment method of the module, we are going to write and publish an article in an international journal. The software used in this discipline is Mendeley together with Microsoft Excel. 

Bibliografia: 

  1. BRAUN, V., AND V. CLARKE. 2006. “Using Thematic Analysis in Psychology.” Qualitative Research in Psychology 3(2): 77–101.
  2. COLLIS, J. AND HUSSEY, R. (2013), Business Research: A Practical Guide for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, 4th ed., Macmillan International Higher Education, London.
  3. DANESE, P., V. MANF?E, AND P. ROMANO. 2018. “A Systematic Literature Review on Recent Lean Research: State-of-the-Art and Future Directions.” International Journal of Management Reviews 20 (2): 579–605.
  4. LEITE, H., RADNOR, Z. AND BATEMAN, N., 2020. Meaningful inhibitors of the lean journey: a systematic review and categorisation of over 20 years of literature. Production Planning & Control, pp.1-24.
  5. LEITE, H., BATEMAN, N. AND RADNOR, Z., 2020. Beyond the ostensible: an exploration of barriers to lean implementation and sustainability in healthcare. Production Planning & Control31(1), pp.1-18.
  6. SAUNDERS, M. N. 2011. Research Methods for Business Students, 5/e. Pearson Education India. 6th ed. London, England: Pearson.
  7. TRANFIELD, D., D. DENYER, AND P. SMART. 2003. “Towards a Methodology for developing evidence-Informed Management Knowledge by Means of Systematic Review.” British Journal of Management 14(3): 207–222.
  8. VOLOCHTCHUK, A.V.L. AND LEITE, H., 2021. Process improvement approaches in emergency departments: a review of the current knowledge. International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management. Ahead-of-Print
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