Being a member of a systematic review team and advising systematic review teams are prized opportunities for health information professionals.
Acquiring Level I skills will enable you to play a central role in systematic review projects as a co-investigator with advanced literature searching skills and knowledge of the systematic review process. See the SRSS page for guidance on the order in which to take courses.
Acquiring Level II skills will prepare you to work on the full range of a systematic review tasks--utilizing and advising on software, preparing data for storage, collaborating to prepare protocols, developing a quality systematic review service, prepare manuscripts for publication, and critically appraise reviews for bias.
A Level I certificate is available. Level II is planned to launch in late 2023.