Introduction to Systematic Review Searching - RCPSC CME Credit Available
This session will provide an overview of the requirements for systematic review searches. This session will consist of lectures, practical exercises, and hands-on database searching. By the end of the session participants will be able to:
1. Identify systematic reviews and distinguish them from other reviews,
2. Recognize the breadth of resources required to execute a systematic review search,
3. Develop a well formulated search question and structure a search using the PICO format,
4. Know how to apply appropriate date, language and publication type limits,
5. Document a search in a standardized form,
6. Understand the importance of peer-review of systematic review searches
7. Recognize the level of expert searching needed for a systematic review
Participants are encouraged to bring search topics, but this is not required.
This session is part of the "Information Skills for Health Professionals" program, a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Restricted to University of Alberta Faculty, Staff and Students. CCID and password are required for participation.
If you have signed up for the class but cannot attend, please cancel your registration so that someone on the waiting list can register. To cancel your registration or to be placed on a waiting list for a full session, please contact Erin Sanderman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Access Publishing Options for Faculty of Education Tri-Agency Grant Recipients
The harmonized Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications requires all peer-reviewed journal publications funded by one of the three federal granting agencies to be freely available online within 12 months. Canada's three federal granting agencies are:
Introduction to RefWorks
RefWorks is a web-based citation manager which allows you to import and organize references, and generate reference lists. Learn to use RefWorks, a web-based citation manager:
- to import and organize references;
- to cite references in Word documents; and,
- to automatically format bibliographies in a number of reference styles.
The emphasis in this session will be on the use of RefWorks for health sciences databases and resources.
More information about RefWorks is located at http://guides.library.ualberta.ca/refworks
This course is open to all University of Alberta faculty, staff and students who have a valid Campus Computing ID (CCID).