About the Workshop

If you’re an information professional who conducts systematic reviews — or plans to in the future  — this workshop is for you. We welcome those at any experience level. 

Workshop format 

  • Online course component: Take the first part of the course online from anywhere. You’ll explore eight online learning modules and activities designed to establish a foundation of the systemic reviews process, with topics relevant for health science librarians. You should expect to commit 8–12 hours total in this online component. 
  • In-person workshop: We meet together in Ann Arbor for a two-day workshop that covers the key steps and processes of conducting systematic reviews through a combination of lectures, discussion, hands-on exercises, and group presentations. 

Your full participation is required for both parts of the course. Want more details on what to expect? See what you’ll learn.

Our November 2021 workshop will be conducted fully online via Zoom.

How to register 

The next available course begins online in October and culminates with a live workshop on November 16-18.

See registration and fees for details about how to register. 

Questions? Contact us at SystematicReviewCourse@umich.edu.

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