The Library & Systematic Reviews: hints, tricks and what you need to know to make a real difference
From August 25, 2016 09:30 until August 25, 2016 12:30 Save to calendar
The Library & Systematic Reviews: hints, tricks and what you need to know to make a real difference [Now FULL]
Presented by Lorena Romero, Senior Librarian Alfred Health The Ian Potter Library.
With over 20 years experience of working in health libraries, Lorena has worked in many roles during this time but it is her excellence in searching the literature and her eye for detail that has seen her co-author three Cochrane Systematic Reviews, as well as over a dozen other SRs.
This presentation will focus on the practical side of Systematic Reviews; how does the librarian assist the review team, how do you perform a well-structured and thorough systematic review search strategy and how do you get your name on that final product! Lorena will also discuss the techniques she uses to teach Systematic Reviews to her clients and the impact and value this has on her library service. This is an updated session with new examples and hints & tips.
WHEN: Thursday 25th August 2016
Registration opens at 9.00am
Lecture style presentation 9.30am-11.30am
Discussion with colleagues over refreshments 11.30am-12.30pm (catering provided)
AMREP Education Centre
55 Commercial Road
MELBOURNE VIC 3004
*Limited to 40 spaces so get in early* [Now Full]
HLI Members $40 Non HLI Members $55
Pay on the Day: Cash Only! Email to confirm your place.