Systematic Reviews Workshop

The systematic reviews workshop is designed to teach librarians how to plan, conduct, and communicate the results of a systematic review. 

We welcome health sciences librarians with intermediate literature searching experience. Participants are expected to be familiar with boolean operators, advanced search features, controlled vocabulary, and field tags.

This workshop is accredited for 20 Medical Library Association continuing education credits. 

We offer the workshop twice each year. Both start with an asynchronous online course in Canvas, followed by live instruction — online in the fall and in-person in the spring.

Interested in the course? Sign up to receive email notifications on future course dates and details.

Workshop details

  1. Systematic Reviews Workshop Format and Upcoming Offerings

    A mix of instruction, exercises, presentations, and discussion designed to help librarians establish their systematic review expertise.

  2. What You’ll Learn at the Systematic Reviews Workshop

    Get an overview of the content and objectives.

  3. Systematic Reviews Workshop Registration and Fees

    Information on the workshop fee and how to register.