Systematic Review Essentials
Instructor: Stephanie Roth
Dates: November 2nd through 27th, 2020
Credits: 1.5 CEUs or 15 PDHs
Have you thought about supporting a systematic review? Have you been asked to be on a systematic review team? Are you thinking of conducting a systematic review?
Librarians are involved in supporting systematic reviews in a growing number of ways. Typically librarians are involved in the search process but this role is expanding. Librarians may peer review a systematic review, conduct a librarian led systematic review, be part of a systematic review team or help to educate and guide researchers through the systematic review process.
This course is designed for those that are new to the systematic review process, want to understand it better and perhaps expand their role in systematic reviews. This course will provide an introduction to the systematic review essentials for a variety of disciplines to successfully support systematic review research.
- Define what a systematic review is
- Understand the stages in a systematic review
- Recognize the importance of project management
- Locate systematic review software
- Locate databases and grey literature to support a systematic review
- Recognize review types that are similar to a systematic review
Stephanie Roth is Biomedical & Research Services Librarian at Temple University Health Sciences Library in Philadelphia, PA. Stephanie received her BS in Education for K-12 School Library Media from Clarion University and an MS in Library & Information Science from Drexel University. As the Biomedical & Research Services Librarian, she designed and implemented a team-based systematic review service model and serves as the team lead for the service. In addition, she is the Liaison Librarian for Kinesiology and Athletic Training in the College of Public Health and is the Liaison Librarian for the Kornberg School of Dentistry. She has articles published in the Journal of the Medical Library Association, is a co-author for various systematic reviews and has provided instruction both nationally and internationally.
This is an online class that is taught asynchronously, meaning that participants do the work on their own time as their schedules allow. The class does not meet together at any particular times, although the instructor may set up optional sychronous chat sessions. Instruction includes readings and assignments in one-week segments. Class participation is in an online forum environment.
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