Information Research Services
Offering opportunities in originality, transparency and quality in work
✥ Finding opportunities to collaborate
✥ Giving information needed to comply with ethical attributes
✥ Reporting relevant information and identifying sources
✥ Providing evidence to support the purpose of your research
High-quality information research services with valid, reliable and accurate information.
Quality, Useful & Supportive Literature
Valid and Reliable Citations, Plagiarism, Retracted Publications and Duplication Checking
Scope in Literature Gaps
Opportunities for Reinterpreting Theories
Traditional narrative review
Systematic quantitative literature review
Methods of meta-analysis
Scientific and non-scientific studies
Information of articles published
Scientific abstracts from meetings
Strength of recommendations
Study design ranking
Direction of evidence
Low bias, quality and strength
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Research with aim for original work
Offering and reporting relevant information:
record of keywords and searched literature
field relevant searches with appropriate terminology
journals of online influence
relevant citation listings
duplicated information or likeness in research.
Interpreting and Identifying supportive information giving:
evidence to justify the research
descriptions of gaps and weakness of relevant literature
citations of figures, tables and images that can be reprinted or adapted with informed consent.
Analysing online activities and perspectives for:
opportunities to collaboration
contacts of reputable individuals with particular goals, skills and resources
suggestions in best methods of communication (email, social media and conference)
critically examined opinions, representations, understandings, factual contributions and commentaries.
What is required of clients?
Research problem or question
Category exclusions in search
We approach telephone interviews with an unbiased, friendly, courteous, conversational attitude. The interviewer shares an introduction, identifies the sponsor, describes the study topic, acknowledges the duty of confidentiality, explains the information usage and estimates the interview length. Questions are asked with exactly the same content and order to individual participants. Unclear responses are investigated and resolved. Demographic variables are asked at the end of the interview. Interviewee feedback is given as per request of the customer. Research calling complies with Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) standards for calling times unless expressed consent is given for a different time of day.