Professional Development Award to attend Systematic Reviews: Opportunities for Librarians Online Curriculum, In Person workshop, Taubman Health Sciences Library University of Michigan

Through a partnership with National Library of Medicine GMR, the Taubman Health Sciences Library has created a systematic review course utilizing both online and in-person instruction with an emphasis on student participation. There are eight online learning modules that cover relevant topics for health sciences librarians, along with learning activities that seek to stimulate thought and conversation. The second part of this course involves a two-day, face-to-face workshop. The in-person workshop will cover key steps and processes involved in conducting systematic reviews. The workshop will feature a mix of lectures, discussions, hands-on exercises, and group presentations that will build on information presented from the online modules. This course is accredited for 20 MLA CE credits. One of the goals for the College of Nursing is to Promote nursing and interprofessional research and evidence-based practice. The course at University of Michigan will help advance my knowledge of evidence based practice through having a better understanding of systematic reviews, one of the main components of evidence based practice literature.

Project Details

Organization Name

Washington State University - Spokane

Organization Type
Academic institution
Health sciences library
Project Lead

Electra Enslow

Start Date
October 1, 2019
End Date
November 1, 2019
Funding Amount
Library or Information Professional
Adults (19-64 yrs.)