The 2020 UHMLG Spring Forum is focusing on getting involved with systematic reviews. With six presentations, it promises to be an interesting and informative day. With the opportunity to network with colleagues from across the HE and NHS sectors, it’s a great value event for all health and medical librarians.
The Development of a Systematic Review Support Service at Cardiff
Delyth has just come to the end of year long secondment project in Cardiff University Library Service with the objective of developing and delivering a consistent, potentially income generating approach to systematic review assistance within the library’s core service (sitting alongside the already established grant funded Specialist Unit for Review Evidence). Delyth will share the challenges faced and overcome along the way, the outcome of the project and how the service could potentially be further developed.
Delyth is one of the medical subject librarians in Cardiff University, predominantly assists the undergraduate MBBCh course in this role. Having worked as an information specialist for NICE in 2013, Delyth now has an interest in systematic reviews in the university setting.