Systematic Review Services Specialization (SRSS)

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Being a member of a systematic review team and advising systematic review teams are prized opportunities for health information professionals.

Level I

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.

Level II

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.

 

Learn more about the SRSS and what it can do for you.

 

 

Level I Approved, Scheduled, and On-Demand Systematic Review Services Courses

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Talking Tools: An Introduction to Systematic Review Tools (Recording)

Join a panel of experts for an overview of selected systematic review tools, and add valuable skills to your “librarian tool belt”!
Information Services CE Passport Systematic Review Services Specialization MLA
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The Computers Work for Us, We Don’t Work for the Computers*

Have you been curious about ways to make artificial intelligence to work for you? Learn how to create better, faster searches with the help of AI in this face-to-face course.
Information Services Instructor-owned Systematic Review Services Specialization Evidence-Based Practice & Research
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Three Things To Know About Systematic Reviews (Recording)

If you work on a systematic review team or plan to, you’ll want to know three important things: the essential features of a systematic review (SR), how SRs differ from other review types, and how to determine if an SR on a topic is needed.
Information Services Systematic Review Services Specialization MLA
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Topic Searching in PubMed: Using the Medical Subject Headings (On Demand)

Learn how to use the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) for expert PubMed searching in this hands-on, self-paced, online course.
Information Services Systematic Review Services Specialization Free Evidence-Based Practice & Research NNLM/NLM
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Troubleshooting Systematic Reviews: Refining the Research Question (Recording)

Join Margaret Foster, AHIP, and Sarah Jewell for Troubleshooting Systematic Reviews: Refining the Research Question, the first of a two-webinar series on systematic reviews. #MLASystematic
Information Services CE Passport Systematic Review Services Specialization MLA CNE
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Troubleshooting Systematic Reviews: Refining the Search (Recording)

Join Margaret Foster, AHIP, and Sarah Jewell for Troubleshooting Systematic Reviews: Refining the Search, the second of a two-webinar series on systematic reviews. #MLASystematic
Information Services CE Passport Systematic Review Services Specialization MLA CNE
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Using EndNote for Librarian-Mediated Systematic Review Searches (Recording)

Learn from one of MLA’s most popular instructors how to use one of most popular citation management tools for systematic reviews.
Information Services CE Passport Systematic Review Services Specialization MLA
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What's Needed to Make a Literature Search Reproducible? An Introduction to PRISMA-S (Recording)

Knowing what, where, and how to report details of a literature search for a systematic review is a challenge. In this session, we'll introduce the new PRISMA-S reporting guideline, which helps you describe your methods and results transparently.
Information Services CE Passport Systematic Review Services Specialization MLA Evidence-Based Practice & Research

Level II Approved, Scheduled, and On-Demand Systematic Review Services Courses

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Communicating with Researchers about the Benefits and Risks of AI for Evidence Synthesis (Recording)

Everyone is talking about AI and what it can do, can’t do, and seems to do. Learn how to have conversations with research teams about the capabilities of current AI tools and the risks they present for systematic review rigor and reproducibility.
Information Services CE Passport Systematic Review Services Specialization MLA Evidence-Based Practice & Research
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Critical Appraisal of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (Recording)

This webinar helps you learn the fundamentals of critical appraisal of a systematic review/meta-analysis and plain language explanations of key concepts. #MLATeachCritApp
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Defining the Bare Minimum: Challenges in Search and Data Archiving for Systematic Reviews (Recording)

Documenting and sharing search strategies and archiving search data seems like it should be easy. But, even documenting the necessary bare minimum is complex and nuanced. Learn how to balance what is ideal with what is practical and reasonable.
CE Passport Systematic Review Services Specialization Information Management MLA
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Easy Steps to Building a Team-Based Systematic Review Service (Recording)

It’s easy to build a systematic review service. . . if you have a team and the right model.
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Finding Your Competitive Hedge: Evaluating and Adapting Search Hedges (Recording)

If you search, you probably look for ways to search more efficiently and may turn to search hedges as a way to save time. But there are inherent problems with using hedges as is. Learn what these problems are and how to avoid them.
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Guiding Teams through Risk of Bias Tools in Systematic Reviews (Recording)

Do you want to improve the quality of the systematic reviews you contribute to, expand the range of review services you offer, and develop a reputation as a review methodological expert? Hendren and Ledbetter will show you how.
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Hedging Your Bets: An Introductory Webinar on Locating and Using Search Hedges (Recording)

If you are new to searching or have searching experience and want to begin to learn one of the skills that all expert searchers and librarians on systematic review teams have, you’ll want to learn what search hedges can do for you.
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Introduction to Scoping Reviews (Recording)

If you consult or collaborate on evidence syntheses or teach evidence synthesis and review methods or plan to, you won't want to miss this webinar on scoping reviews from Margaret Foster and Kate Saylor, two recognized experts in the area.
Information Services Systematic Review Services Specialization Information Management MLA
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It Takes a Working Group to Create Strong Reviews: Enhancing Systematic Review Support and Services (Recording)

Do you want to improve the quality of reviews you work on? Develop best practices for establishing, managing, and evaluating systematic review services? Develop closer relationships with and learn from others in your organization who work on reviews? Read on.
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Matching a Research Question to a Review Method (Recording)

Learn how to assist researchers in the very important task of determining if a research question can be answered with a review and, if it can, which type of review best addresses the question.
Information Services Systematic Review Services Specialization Information Management MLA