Starting to write a systematic review? The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommends working with an information professional when conducting a systematic review. In addition, a JAMA article titled "Engaging Medical Librarians to Improve the Quality of Review Articles", explains the value of having a medical librarian as part of your review team.
The UChicago biomedical librarians are available to discuss your project with you, review any terms you have or show you how to develop a terms list, advise on database selection, and give you an overview of the review process. Review teams then run their own searches and continue the process with minimal input from the librarian.