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Supporting Systematic Reviews: Beyond the Basics

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6 hours

Class Description

Please note: Participants may attend the advanced workshop only if they have attended the basic workshop or permission is obtained from the instructors.

This workshop is an in-depth, hands-on simulation of the librarian’s role in the systematic review process. Given a research topic, participants will:

  • Identify databases/grey literature sources.
  • Formulate search strategies for multiple databases using both controlled vocabularies and textwords.
  • Evaluate and select study design hedges.
  • Execute search in PubMed.
  • Manage citations using EndNote.
  • Create global edits to track data.
  • Create user-defined fields for researcher reviewers.
  • Create folders/groups for included/excluded articles.
  • Write up search process for publication.

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

CE Contact Hours: 6 • Face to Face about Evidence Based Health Care

Demonstration, Discussion, Dialog, Role Playing, Hands-on Exercises, Case Study, and Problem-based.

There are no available sessions of this class