From Protocol To Publication: Maximizing the Return on Your Systematic Review Investment
Tuesday, January 29 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Are you buried under Systematic Review requests? Worried that your hard work at the beginning of a review project will be filed away, never to be seen again? Do you want to maximize the return on your review service?
An Informationist, a Project Manager, and a Methodologist/Clinician very experienced with systematic reviews share their strategies for identifying promising projects, avoiding problems before they scuttle a project, and working with review teams to conduct successful–and published!–systematic reviews.
Audience: Health Sciences Librarians at academic and research institutions and hospitals with knowledge of systematic reviews.
Whitney A. Townsend, MLIS is an Informationist in the Taubman Health Sciences Library at the University of Michigan. She has been a member of numerous systematic and scoping review teams, instructs on systematic review searching and methodology for residents, fellows, and faculty, and is an instructor for the University of Michigan systematic review workshop, “Systematic Reviews: Opportunities for Librarians.”
Jason D. Mann, MSA is a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Internal Medicine who has been the Project Manager for the Patient Safety Enhancement Programs, Systematic Reviews. In his four years with the group he has been involved in publishing eight systematic reviews. He is currently overseeing six ongoing systematic reviews and specializes in reviewing the efficacy and operationalization of selected review topics.
RJ Schildhouse, MD is an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan in the Department of Hospital Medicine, and the Section Chief of Hospital Medicine at the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System. He has completed two systematic reviews as primary author (with more in progress) while balancing a full clinical and administrative workload.
Coming in February
Helping Science Succeed: The Librarian’s Role in Addressing the Reproducibility Crisis
Wednesday, February 13, 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Headlines and scholarly publications portray a crisis in biomedical and related sciences. In this webinar, you’ll learn what the crisis is and the vital role of librarians in addressing it. You’ll see how you can directly and immediately support reproducible and rigorous research using your expertise and library services. You’ll explore reproducibility guidelines and recommendations and develop an action plan for engaging researchers and stakeholders at your institution.