The Clinical Research Institute (CRI) at the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC) in collaboration with the AUB University Libraries- Saab Medical Library invites you to participate in its fifth free of charge E-workshop on
“Designing Search Strategies for Systematic Reviews"
The E-workshop is presented by Dr. Ola El Zein and Ms. Layal Hneiny
on May 18-22, 2020, from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Please find below more details about the e-workshop:
- Aim: To build competences needed for designing and reporting effective sensitive search strategies for systematic reviews.
- Target audience: Faculty members, students, clinical research coordinators, and research assistants, associates, and fellows who are interested in conducting systematic reviews and who want to learn how to effectively search the health/medical literature.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- · Appreciate the value of being health information literate
- · Conduct efficient computer search strategies across several databases
- · Define systematic reviews and recognize their value
- · Identify suitable free resources including grey literature
- · Demonstrate techniques needed to construct an effective highly sensitive search strategies for systematic reviews
- · Provide an overview of transparent reporting of the searching process
- · Apply Endnote Client effectively
- Speakers: Dr. Ola El Zein is the Head of Saab Medical Library- AUB, and Ms. Layal Hneiny is the Medical Librarian at Saab Medical Library- AUB.
- Time: 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
- Platform: WebEx
- Registration: Free of charge.
Those interested in attending this workshop need to fill out the following survey by the end of Friday May 15, 2020: http://survey.aub.edu.lb/index.php/294189?lang=en
CRI will be contacting you to confirm your registration for this workshop as places are limited.
A certificate of attendance will be provided for those who actively attend 80 % of the e-workshop based on a report generated by WebEx.
For any additional information, please feel free to contact CRI or SML.