Webinar at TML at Virginia Commonwealth University on Oct. 22
Good Morning –
I hope that this note finds you doing well and having a good Monday. On Wednesday, October 22nd, the Tompkins-McCaw Library at Virginia Commonwealth University is hosting a webinar that will address the development of protocols and methodology for performing a systematic review. If you are involved in working on systematic reviews or want to learn more about what goes into doing a good one, you may find this webinar of interest. A description of the webinar is below.
Beyond the Search: Protocol Development and Methodology for Systematic Reviews
Wednesday, Oct. 22nd, 2 – 3:30 pm , Tompkins – McCaw Library – DE Room, 2010
While the literature search is likely to be the main responsibility of information professionals involved in systematic review projects, there are other aspects of these projects that would benefit from our input. In this first of two webinars, the presenters will outline the processes and tools for developing a systematic review protocol and then translating the protocol into a publishable search methodology. The session will focus on best practices and standards (including PRISMA, Cochrane, and Institute of Medicine), communication with team members, and appropriate reporting of methodology Registration is encouraged; walk ins are welcome.