Evidence Synthesis Methods Interest Group

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Charge: To promote and develop competencies around evidence synthesis including systematic reviews, meta-analyses, scoping reviews, and other related methods of research synthesis, through activities such as: Facilitating discussion and peer-support; Creating and managing a resource page; Encouraging programming and publications around systematic reviews through ACRL.
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  • Our next meeting will be April 9 th at 1:00 PM EST. Please find Zoom link below . In our April Meeting our Co Convener, Amy Riegelman, will be leading a discussion ...

  • Hi all, I was asked if I could provide a good example of an SR relevant to Veterinary Medicine and…this is harder than I anticipated. Does anyone have an example of a Vet Med ...

  • Apologies for cross-posting ---- Registration is now open for the 2024 Canadian Health Libraries Association (CHLA/ABSC) conference, Disruptive & Diverse from June 11– ...

  • Clarification: We anticipate sessions will be a half-hour, though that will depend on how engaged folks are during the Q&A period. ------------------------------ Winn W. Wasson ...

  • Hello all, In case you missed it, there is a very promising event, The Library Evidence Synthesis Services Symposium coming this June. It was announced on this list on March ...

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