Greenblatt’s new service offers librarian participation on systematic reviews

Thinking about doing a systematic review on a favorite research topic? The Greenblatt Library is pleased to announce a new, formalized service for health sciences faculty and students to partner with librarians to participate in systematic reviews.

A systematic review is a rigorous, comprehensive and transparent review of the literature to answer a specific research question. Most standards for systematic reviews recommend having a librarian as part of your systematic review team.

Clients requesting librarian participation on systematic reviews will be asked to sign an agreement form outlining expectations for the librarian and the research team, including expected time frame, a research protocol and authorship agreements. More information about systematic reviews and librarian services can be found on this research guide.

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