Loyola University Chicago Hosting “Finding Grey Lit for Systematic Reviews” Webinar on March 22

Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Forum (IACRL)

March 5, 2017

(via Jeanne Sadlik, Loyola University Chicago) 

Thanks to GMR fundingLoyola Health Sciences Library will host the March 22, 2017MLA webinar on finding for grey literature in the systematic review search.  Please share with interested colleagues and friends.  We hope to see you in Maywood.

Finding Grey Lit for Systematic Reviews: Can it Be More Black and White?

When:           Wednesday, March 22, 2017

                        1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Where:             Loyola University Chicago Health Sciences Library

                        Marcella Neihoff School of Nursing

                        Room 2535A

                        2160 South First Avenue

                        Maywood, IL

Parking &:        Visit


Join Barbara Folb, the Public Health Informationist at the University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System (HSLS), to learn the framework for grey literature decision-making and tips for managing the search process.  Participants will learn to:

  • explain the purpose of searching grey literature for a systematic review
  • assist a systematic review team in deciding on the scope and content of a grey literature search
  • modify a PubMed/MEDLINE search for grey literature
  • choose options for capturing grey literature search results that are as efficient as possible
  • document a grey literature search for publication
  • earn MLA 1.5 CE hours

Register here for the Finding Grey Lit for Systematic Reviews webinar

Contact Gail Hendler, ghendler@luc.edu, with questions

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