Available Until 12/31/2024

Developing and Managing a Systematic Review Service (Recording)

Do you want to create or refine a systematic review service at your library? This webinar will help you establish the right policies for your institution, market and grow your service, identify needed skills, deal with “too many clients,” and more.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • identify staff systematic review training needs and training opportunities;
  • identify their institution’s current and ideal service models;
  • develop marketing strategies to promote a systematic review service; and
  • describe strategies for managing expectations of researchers who use review services.

This course is an approved elective for Level I of the Systematic Review Services Specialization.


Margaret Foster, AHIP

Margaret Foster, AHIP, is an associate professor at Texas A&M University–College Station and serves as the systematic reviews coordinator at the Medical Sciences Library. She has published twenty articles applying or describing systematic review methods and evidence based practices and has developed a popular continuing education course on systematic reviews that has trained over 300 librarians.

Sarah T. Jewell

Sarah T. Jewell is an Information and Education Librarian for Rutgers University Libraries. She has been conducting systematic reviews since 2010 and has helped launch or refine systematic review services at two institutions.