Cost: $240 (nonmember, $445)
Attendance Maximum: 15
Instructor(s): Janis Glover, AHIP, Education Services
Librarian, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Yale University, New
Haven, CT, and Karen Odato, Research and Education Librarian, Biomedical
Libraries, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Offered: Saturday, May 14, 8:00 a.m.12:00
Have you been asked to participate in the development of a systematic
review? This is not for the faint of heart; it is an elaborate process.
This workshop is designed for medical librarians who want to explore
the systematic review process in general and the librarian's role
in that process in particular. Through informal discussion and case-based
learning, you will acquire the skills needed to support systematic
reviews in your institution:
Identify the steps in the systematic review process.
- Explore protocols for systematic review development (e.g.,
- Identify the roles of the librarian in this process.
- Select databases and other resources appropriate for the topic.
- Utilize project management tools to keep track of searches (e.g.,
concept tables) and citations (e.g., RefWorks, EndNote).
- Draft the search methodology for publication.