The following speakers have been confirmed for the HLA Professional Development Day 2012. [pdf]


Dr Edoardo Aromataris, Joanna Briggs Institute
Systematic reviews: the researchers perspective and the research question
Presentation | Audio
Systematic reviews: the process, quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods reviews 
Presentation | Audio

This feature presentation will detail what a systematic reviewer presenting to a librarian will know - where they are coming from, where they will go and where the librarian's role fits within the process. Topics covered will include the researcher/librarian interaction, the research question, searching, managing search results, study selection, critical appraisal, data extraction and synthesis, and evidence based databases and information.


Sarah Hayman, Flinders University
Expert searching - what are we missing?
Presentation | Audio  

Ruth Mitchell, Cochrane Renal Group
Understanding and using published standards for high quality systematic review searches
Catherine King, National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS)
The health librarian as a systematic review team member: practical considerations
Presentation | Audio


Debbie Booth, The University of Newcastle
Managing systematic review search results using EndNote

Julie Williams, UNSW Library
When do systematic reviews become unsystematic?
Presentation | [Audio not available]