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Monday, February 27 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
(SUNDANCE) Help Me Help You: Systematic Review Consultations at the Library

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Abstract Body: Objectives: 1. Describe ideal versus real process for conducting systematic review 2. Address challenges and pressures facing systematic review authors as well as the benefits of properly conducted systematic reviews 3. Evaluate the advantages of different library service models for systematic review research teams Methods: A panel of librarians currently providing systematic review services will discuss the prescribed methodology and the practice of systematic reviews as educational tools. The panelists will focus on building protocols, conducting and documenting search strategies, citation management support, grey literature, writing methods sections, etc. But the discussion will also address broader scholarly communication issues including authorship, data management, and selecting journals for publication. Lastly, librarians will share their experiences in offering advice regarding curricular decisions for medical student and resident projects. Intended Outcomes 1. Inclusion of librarians on systematic review research teams 2. Address methodological issues with published systematic reviews 3. Craft appropriate systematic review projects for graduate and undergraduate medical students Target Audience: faculty, researchers, librarians, graduate medical students, and undergraduate medical students 


Jennifer Dinalo

Information Services Librarian, Norris Medical Library at USC

Robert Johnson

My name is Robert Johnson so every permutation of my name has been taken. That's why I'm "NotFunnyAtAll"
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L. Kysh

Clinical & Research Librarian, University of Southern California & Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Monday February 27, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm

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