Achieving Institute of Medicine Standards for Systematic Reviews: a Mini-Workshop
Class taught on demand. Excellent option for a Grand Rounds talk in department educational offerings.
Would you like to have a better chance of publishing a systematic review you have completed? This new class is a mini-workshop designed to educate participants on systematic review guidelines. Emphasis will be on using the Institute of Medicine standards to evaluate reading systematic reviews and conducting systematic reviews.
Participants will be able to:
- Define systematic review.
- Recognize the different systematic review guidelines.
- Evaluate systematic reviews to determine their quality.
- Implement the Institute of Medicine Standards for systematic reviews into their own research.
Instructor(s): Julia M. Esparza, MLS, AHIP (5-4179) and other Library mentors
To register, go to http://tinyurl.com/lsuhsc-sr-iom. If you have questions, feel free to call Julia Esparza at 675-4179 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. This session can be added to Resident/Fellow lectures series to assist in achieving the ACGME goals in Resident’s Scholarly Activities and Problem-Based Learning and Improvement.