This interactive workshop asks the participants to review and discuss current methods for updating systematic reviews. What do they currently do? How would the method alter when updating a review which had been completed and published years ago, compared to updating search results immediately before a manuscript is submitted to a journal for publication? We do not have the answers. We invite the participants to tell us their best practice, and come up with a set of recommendations as a result of this workshop.
ID: 208 / 5.3: 1 Interactive Workshop Topics: Information retrieval and evidence syntheses
Updating reviews: let’s discuss best practice
Eli Harriss1, Sabine Klein2
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2University of Zurich, Switzerland
Biography and Bibliography Eli Harriss has worked as an information specialist for over 15 years. She was cited as a co-author on 13 reviews published in 2021. She is currently employed as the Outreach and Enquiry Services Manager at the Bodleian Health Care Libraries, University of Oxford.
Sabine Klein is a former medical subject librarian and newly appointed product manager at the Zurich University Library. She strives to improve products and customer services.