Systematic Reviews: Building Our Role & Expertise
UHMLG will be running our annual Spring Forum on the 3rd of April, 2020 – but this time the event will be online, and completely free. With a great line-up of speakers covering many aspects of creating and supporting systematic reviews, the conference is set to be an invaluable event for health and medical librarians in higher education and the NHS across the British Isles.
All delegates will be entered in a free prize draw for one of five copies of Paul Levay and Jenny Craven’s “Systematic Searching: Practical Ideas for Improving Results“.
- Conference Start: 10:00
- Conference End: 16:15
There will be short breaks between each presentation, and a longer break for lunch.
|Tips and Tricks of the Trade – Sharing and Remembering (Nearly) Everything About Systematic Review Searching – Judy Wright||Judy Wright presents tips and tricks for keeping on top of the huge range of tools, resources and techniques for systematic review searching…|
|Cochrane Crowdsourcing Challenge |
– Anna Noel-Storr
|Identifying RCTs can be time consuming, so in 2016 The Cochrane Collaboration starting using crowdsourcing to help them…|
|LSHTM Systematic Review Support: Past, Present and Future |
– Jane Falconer
|A review of LSHTM systematic review reporting and literature search standards had some shocking findings. This talk outlines the review, and its consequences…|
|Measuring the Systematic Reviews Support Provided by Librarians/Information Specialists at other Higher Education Institutions |
– Andra Fry & Kevin Wilson
|Interested in setting up a formalised systematic review service, LSE wanted to investigate the picture across the HE landscape…|
|Improving Information Support Processes for Systematic Reviews at NICE |
– Lynda Ayiku and Paul Levay
|CANCELLED: Unfortunately Paul & Lynda are unable to deliver their talk online.|
NICE does a great deal of work to support systematic reviews. Lynda and Paul discuss search filters, screening, text mining and much more…
|The Development of a Systematic Review Support Service at Cardiff |
– Delyth Morris
|Cardiff have been investigating how they can deliver support to systematic reviews – potentially making it income-generating…|
|Shifting Sands: Maintaining Library Support for Evidence Syntheses at Bodleian Health Care Libraries |
– Nia Wyn Roberts
|In the past 20 years Oxford’s library support for their Medical Science’s Division has changed dramatically…|
Tickets are now free for all attendees – however we do require everyone to register, Information about how to join the conference will be sent out a day or two before the event.
Anyone who has bought a ticket for the face-to-face incarnation of the Spring Forum will already have a place reserved for them, and they will be fully refunded.