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Systematic Review Services Specialization Level I Pathway

To make earning a Level I Systematic Review Services Specialization certificate more affordable, MLA offers the SRSS Level I Learning Pathway: 8 Level I SRSS required courses and 4 electives needed to earn a Level I certificate at a discount of 30%, PLUS, we waive the application fee (members: $99; nonmembers: $129) AND we include more electives than required and any electives we add through October 2024, making the total savings more than 40%. 

Earning your Level I SRSS certificate will give you a solid grounding in the fundamentals of systematic reviews and prepare you to assist clinicians and researchers in conducting health sciences-related systematic reviews. You will not only have systematic review skills, you will be able to offer systematic review services with increased confidence and ease and expand your career and job possibilities!  

The Level I Pathways is available from October 18, 2023 through May 31, 2024. You have until December 31, 2024 to complete your Pathways courses.

To earn your Level I SRSS certificate, you must complete 8 required courses and 6 credits of electives.

For more information about the SRSS, visit the Systematic Review Services Specialization page on MLANET.

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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”!
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Librarians and Systematic Review Teams: Negotiating Roles and Recognition (Recording)

Develop the communication skills essential to your career development and for working effectively with systematic review teams.
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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.
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An Essential Introduction to Retractions and Evaluating Research Quality (Recording)

Health science librarians have a vital role to play in identifying, and educating patrons in identifying, trustworthy research. If you work with scholarly literature, this webinar is essential.
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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.
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Managing Systematic Reviews with Covidence (Recording)

New to using Covidence to manage systematic reviews? Have experience with Covidence and want to up your game? This webinar will show you both how to use Covidence and how to incorporate it into the review process to get the best from the subject matter experts on your team.
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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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Citation Management for Systematic Reviews (Recording)

Systematic reviews present unique citation management challenges. Andy Hickner and Kathryn Vanderboll, veterans of many systematic reviews, will show you how to select the right software for your review and successfully address the challenges.
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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.
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Planning for Systematic Review Success: Reference Interview & Protocol Development (Recording)

Margaret J. Foster & Whitney Townsend, two nationally-recognized experts on the systematic review process, will show you how to plan for a successful review.
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