Launch your systematic review with free summer series

By Chad Haefele May 19, 2023

Interested in conducting a systematic review? The Health Sciences Library’s Systematic Review Lunchtime Summer Workshop Series will get you started in eight bite-sized sessions. Sign up for all of them, or just the ones you need.

This free virtual series will provide researchers in any discipline with the tools and resources to confidently navigate the systematic review process.

Those who attend all 8 sessions will receive an HSL certificate in systematic review methods!

Who should attend?

This series is intended for individuals and research teams who are planning to conduct a systematic review or want more information about systematic reviews. No prior knowledge or experience with systematic reviews is required.

You must be a UNC-Chapel Hill or UNC Medical Center affiliate to register.

Do I have to be on campus?

No! All sessions will be hosted virtually via Zoom by librarians and systematic review experts from the Health Sciences Library.

What will be covered?

We’ve broken down the systematic review process from ideation through publication into eight one-hour lessons. Each lunchtime session runs from noon to 1 p.m.

  • June 1 – Intro to Systematic Review Methods
  • June 8 – Project Management and Helpful Tools for Conducting Systematic Reviews
  • June 15 – Literature Searching for Systematic Reviews
  • June 22 – Intro to Covidence
  • June 29 – Citation Management (Choose 1: Sciwheel OR Endnote)
  • July 13 – Managing Data, Writing and Publishing your Review
  • July 20 – Systematic Reviews in Your Discipline
  • July 27 – Artificial Intelligence and Automation Tools for Review Tasks

A recurring calendar invite and zoom link will be sent out to all registrants.

How do I register?

Register at:

Questions? Email Sophie Nachman at the Health Sciences Library:

Program provided by  

Research Hub at Health Sciences Library   UNC University Libraries Health Sciences Library

Last modified: 05/19/23