Are you thinking about starting a systematic review, but you aren’t sure how to get started? Are you halfway through one but you’re not sure what to do next? Are you curious about standards, guidelines, and resources you can use to help you on the way as you work on a systematic review? Are you ready to publish, but don’t know where? Or do you just want to pick a librarian’s brain about what all of this means?
We’re trying something new for our patrons who are interested in systematic reviews. At noon on the third Friday of every month, join Biomedical Librarians (and systematic review enthusiasts) Pamela Bagley and Elaina Vitale for systematic review office hours. Bring your questions and your musings about all things systematic reviews for an informal discussion. We’ll meet via Zoom for now, but hope to meet you in person for office hours soon!
This post was written by Elaina Vitale, Research and Education Librarian for the Biomedical Libraries.