Review of "One Database at at Time: PubMed for Expert Searchers and Systematic Reviews” Webinar
Keywords:review, systematic reviews, continuing education
As the interest in systematic review expertise grows, the Medical Library Association Technology in Education and the Systematic Review Caucuses came together to co-sponsor a series called “One Database at a Time” that examines and discusses how to use a different database for systematic searches. The first session, focused on the PubMed database, was offered on March 23. Moderated by Margaret Foster and led by panelists Alyssa Grimshaw, Liz Suelzer, and LaTeesa James, the session covered a variety of topics, from building your systematic search in PubMed to systematic review software.
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