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Bibliotekarens rolle i arbeidet med systematiske oversikter

Kompetanse hos bibliotekar

  • Folb BL, Klem ML, Youk AO, Dahm JJ, He M, Ketchum AM, et al. Continuing education for systematic reviews: a prospective longitudinal assessment of a workshop for librarians. Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA. 2020;108(1):36-46.

  • Grossetta Nardini HK, Batten J, Funaro MC, Garcia-Milian R, Nyhan K, Spak JM, et al. Librarians as methodological peer reviewers for systematic reviews: results of an online survey. Res Integr Peer Rev. 2019;4:23-.

  • Spencer AJ, Eldredge JD. Roles for librarians in systematic reviews: a scoping review. 2018. 2018;106(1):11.

  • Townsend WA, Anderson PF, Ginier EC, MacEachern MP, Saylor KM, Shipman BL, et al. A competency framework for librarians involved in systematic reviews. Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA. 2017;105(3):268-75.


Bibliotekar som medforfatter

  • Aamodt, M., Huurdeman, H. & Strømme, H. (2019). Librarian Co-Authored Systematic Reviews are Associated with Lower Risk of Bias Compared to Systematic Reviews with Acknowledgement of Librarians or No Participation by Librarians. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 14(4).

  • Meert, D., Torabi, N. & Costella, J. (2016). Impact of librarians on reporting of the literature searching component of pediatric systematic reviews. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 104(4), 267-277.
  • Rethlefsen, M. L., Farrell, A. M., Osterhaus Trzasko, L. C. & Brigham, T. J. (2015). Librarian co-authors correlated with higher quality reported search strategies in general internal medicine systematic reviews. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 68(6), 617-626.
  • Rethlefsen, M. L., Murad, M. & Livingston, E. H. (2014). Engaging medical librarians to improve the quality of review articles. JAMA, 312(10), 999-1000.

Utvikling av tjenestetilbud

  • Foster, M. & Jewell, S. (2017). Assembling the pieces of a systematic review : a guide for librarians Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Fowler, S. A., Yaeger, L. H. & Kelly, B. (2013). Creating and managing a systematic review service. Innlegg presentert ved Medical Library Association Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Boston. Abstract hentet fra
  • Grønlund, I. L., Gundersen, M. W., Korvald, T., Karlsen, E., Tangen, A., Thorvik, C. & Ødemark, I. L. (2018). Systematiske litteratursøk til salgs: Ny tjeneste fra biblioteket. Nordic journal of information literacy in higher education, 10(1), 81-87.
  • Hardi, A. C. & Fowler, S. A. (2014). Evidence-based medicine and systematic review services at Becker Medical Library. Missouri Medicine, 111(5), 416-418. Hentet fra
  • Jewell, S. & Gibson, D. S. (2014). Nine Steps to a Systematic Review Service. MLA News, 54(2), 11-11.
  • Knehans, A., Dell, E. & Robinson, C. (2016). Starting a Fee-Based Systematic Review Service. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 35(3), 266-273.
  • Ludeman, E., Downton, K., Shipper, A. G. & Fu, Y. (2015). Developing a library systematic review service: a case study. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 34(2), 173-180.
  • Manley, A., Helwig, M., Boutet, M. & Visintini, S. (2018). Research Support in Health Sciences Libraries: A Scoping Review. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Journal de l'Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada, 39(2), 56-78.
  • McKeown, S. (2017). Developing a Formal Systematic Review Service. Innlegg presentert ved EAHIL, Dublin.
  • McKeown, S. & Ross-White, A. (2019). Building capacity for librarian support and addressing collaboration challenges by formalizing library systematic review services. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 107(3), 411-419.
  • Nicholson, J., McCrillis, A. & Williams, J. D. (2017). Collaboration challenges in systematic reviews: a survey of health sciences librarians. 2017, 105(4), 9.
  • Riegelman, A. & Kocher, M. (2018). For Your Enrichment: A Model for Developing and Implementing a Systematic Review Service for Disciplines outside of the Health Sciences. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 58(1).
  • Roth, S. & Burstein, K. Implementing a Formal Systematic Review Service in an Academic Health Science Library Setting.
  • Roth, S. C. (2018). Transforming the systematic review service: a team-based model to support the educational needs of researchers. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 106(4), 514-520.
  • Stenholt, L., Petersen, L. J. & Skrubbeltrang, C. (2018). Initial experiences of embedded librarianship at a Danish University Hospital. Journal of EAHIL, 14(2), 12-17.

Studenter og systematiske oversikter

  • Hanneke, R. (2018). The hidden benefits of helping students with systematic reviews. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 106(2), 244-247.
  • Puljak, L. (2017). If there is only one author or only one database was searched, a study should not be called a systematic review. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 91, 4-5.
  • Wissinger, C. L. (2018). Is there a place for undergraduate and graduate students in the systematic review process? Journal of the Medical Library Association, 106(2), 248-250.

Tidsbruk på arbeidet med systematiske oversikter

  • Borah, R., Brown, A. W., Capers, P. L. & Kaiser, K. A. (2017). Analysis of the time and workers needed to conduct systematic reviews of medical interventions using data from the PROSPERO registry. BMJ Open, 7(2), e012545.

  • Bullers, K., Howard, A. M., Hanson, A., Kearns, W. D., Orriola, J. J., Polo, R. L. & Sakmar, K. A. (2018). It takes longer than you think: librarian time spent on systematic review tasks. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 106(2), 198-207.


Publisert 6. feb. 2020 18:51 - Sist endret 10. jan. 2022 14:09