Cost: $265 (nonmember: $490)
This course explores strategies for developing or formalizing library activities that support systematic review research into a deliberate systematic review service. Drawing from the library literature and case studies, the course will cover topics including estimating service needs and potential uptake, planning and designing your service, developing content and tools to facilitate service delivery, and marketing and evaluating the service. This course is designed to be highly interactive, utilizing exercises, brainstorming activities, and group discussions that allow participants to problem-solve and share some of their own experiences. Previous or current library involvement in supporting systematic reviews is not required, although a general understanding of literature searching practices and library roles in supporting systematic reviews will benefit participants.
Instructors: Amanda Ross-White, AHIP, Health Sciences Librarian (Nursing), and Sandra McKeown, Health Sciences Librarian, Bracken Health Sciences Library, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada
Continuing Education Course
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