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Supporting Systematic Reviews: The Basics

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4 hours

Class Description

Have you been asked to participate in the development of a systematic review? Are you thinking about promoting this service to your clinician-research community? This workshop is designed for medical librarians who want an introduction to the systematic review process in general and the librarian’s role in that process in particular. Through informal discussion and hands-on, case-based learning, you will acquire these skills needed to support systematic reviews in your institution:

  • Identify the steps in the systematic review process.
  • Explore standards for systematic review development [e.g., Cochrane; IOM; PRISMA].
  • Identify the roles of the librarian within this process:
    • Select databases and other resources appropriate for the topic.
    • Utilize project management tools to keep track of search strategies [e.g., concept tables] and citations [e.g., EndNote].
    • Draft the search methodology for publication.

Presenters: Jan Glover, Cushing Whitney Medical Library, Yale University and Karen Odato, Dartmouth Biomedical Library

CE Contact Hours: 4 • Face to Face about Expert Searching

Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Discussion, Dialog, Brainstorming, Sharing/Self-disclosure, Role Playing, Hands-on Exercises, Case Study, and Problem-based.

There are no available sessions of this class