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You Can Support Systematic Reviews Just about Anywhere in the World

Erin Eldermire, Lenny Rhine, FMLA, and I, the instructors of Performing Systematic Reviews in Resource-Limited Settings at MLA ’18, will show you how you can make substantial contributions to systematic reviews without access to the resources of a major university.

If you have some experience with systematic reviews and:

  • work with visiting faculty or students from low- and middle-income countries,
  • are from an institution in a low- and middle-income country,
  • work at rural clinic, or
  • want to expand your skill set to support to a global audience

then our course is for you!

You will learn how to use HINARI and other websites to access scholarly literature, get hands-on experience in using Zotero and Rayyan to manage systematic review search results and screenings, and learn techniques for addressing unique challenges in the systematic review process.

Visit Performing Systematic Reviews in Resource-Limited Settings to learn more and MLANET to register.

Note: Attendees are required to bring a laptop computer or other device with WiFi capability to participate in interactive activities.

MLA continuing education courses are powerful and rewarding learning experiences! Of the participants who evaluated MLA ’17 courses, 97% found their courses engaging and would recommend them to colleagues. The percentage who rated themselves competent or better in their course area nearly tripled, from 22% to 59%.

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