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AbstractBackground: Librarians at the University of Maryland Health Sciences & Human Services Library (HS/ HSL) have assisted investigators working on systematic reviews in the past, but a formal and marketable program did not exist. Although systematic reviews were being conducted on campus, librarian involvement was infrequent. With the goal of better serving researchers on campus, a team of librarians developed a structured systematic review service. Objectives: • Develop best practices in conducting and supporting systematic reviews. • Enhance researchers’ productivity through librarian’s role as expert searcher. • Collaborate and build partnerships with diverse constituents throughout the University. • Provide librarians with opportunities for authorship and refinement of expert searching skills as members of a systematic review team.
DescriptionThis poster was presented at the Medical Library Association (MLA) Annual Meeting and Exhibition, May 2014.
University of Maryland, Baltimore. Health Sciences and Human Services Library
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