Systematic Reviews and the Evolving Role of Librarians
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The demand for systematic reviews (SR) in research intensive health related departments is rapidly increasing, and academic librarians have the expertise necessary to support these comprehensive reviews. In summer 2013, three University of Waterloo health librarians surveyed faculty on their current and future systematic review work. Through this process we determined researcher expectations of librarian support and identified multiple ways to meet their needs. Our poster illustrates possible librarian roles in the systematic review process, and how our expertise can be used towards knowledge creation.
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Marian Davies, Shannon Gordon, Rebecca Hutchinson (2014). Systematic Reviews and the Evolving Role of Librarians. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/12347