Librarians, are you conducting any literature searches supporting systematic reviews or plan to conduct one in the near future? If so the reference librarians at the University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System need your help and would like for you volunteer to participate in their study.
Their study is to “identify trends in conducting literature searches to support systematic reviews. Results will help systematic reviewers and information professionals to better plan resources to search and allow a more accurate estimation of time and effort required for the literature search portion of a systematic review.”
If you are interested in participating in the study and helping out your fellow librarians as they conduct research, the results of which they hope to present at a meeting or publish in a peer reviewed journal, then please go to http://www.hsls.pitt.edu/services/reference/study for their contact information.