The UBC Okanagan Library is excited to be launching a new workshop focused on Systematic Review Basics for the health sciences, which is ideal for faculty, graduate students, and research assistants. This three-hour, hands-on workshop will help guide you through the start-up process, provide an introduction to locating relevant studies and recording the methodology. Topics include: stages of the systematic review process; framing the search question with tools like PICO; searching Medline, other databases and grey literature sources; and tips for using citation management software for systematic reviews.
This session will be co-presented by Erin Menzies, Southern Medical Program Librarian, and Robert Janke, Associate Chief Librarian and liaison librarian for the School of Nursing. There is no cost to attend the workshop.
Our first workshop will be taking place on Friday, August 26 from 10:00 am- 1:00 pm in LIB111. Please note space is limited. To register, please contact Robert Janke at Robert.Janke@ubc.ca prior to August 22nd, 2016.