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Exhibits and Display Cases

The Harrell Health Sciences Library, Research and Learning Commons develops displays and exhibits on a regular basis. This is done to promote use of the collection and to highlight its diversity; to bring attention to special or underused aspects of the collection; to make it easy to find information on topics of current interest; to celebrate special occasions.

Such displays will, where applicable, reflect a variety of viewpoints and cultures. Permission for the public (groups or individuals) to use the library’s display space may be given for educational, artistic, and cultural materials. Displaying or exhibiting of collections or materials by the library does not necessarily indicate the library’s endorsement of the issues or events promoted by the collection of material being displayed or exhibited.

Three Short Display Cases
20" (50.8 cm) W
45" (114 cm) L
13" (33 cm) H
(Inside displayable area dimensions)

Two Tall Display Cases
9" (23 cm) W
37 " (94 cm) L
11" (27.5 cm) H
(Inside displayable area dimensions)

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Systematic Review Consultation Form

To know more about this service, check the Systematic Review page.

Step One

Decide what type of review is most appropriate for your topic. Systematic reviews are used to answer specific clinical questions. Do you have a clinical question that can be put into the PICO format? 

Patient/population, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome

Many times research teams are looking for an overview of the existing literature and not answering a specific question. When this is the case a scoping review would be more appropriate. These reviews follow the process and standards are rigorous. They just have a different purpose.  Read A Typology of Reviews: An Analysis of 14 Review Types and Associated Methodologies

Systematic Review Scoping Review
Focused research question with narrow parameters Research question(s) often broad
Inclusion/exclusion usually defined at outset Inclusion/exclusion can be developed post hoc
Quality filters often applied Quality not an initial priority
Detailed data extraction May or may not involve data extration
Quantitative synthesis often performed Synthesis more qualitative and typically not quantitative
Formally assess the quality of studies and generates a conclusion relating to the focused research question Used to identify parameters and gaps in a body of literature

‘Scoping the scope’ of a Cochrane review Journal of Public Health. Volume 33, Issue 1 p. 147-150

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The results of this search will not be comprehensive or exhaustive enough to serve as the basis of a systematic review or meta-analysis. If you need a systematic review search, please contact Amy Knehans to schedule a consultation.

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READ Poster Recognition Award Nomination
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This award, as judged by the Harrell Health Sciences Library READ Poster Recognition Award Committee, shall be given each year to 4-6 eligible recipients. Any member of the Penn State Hershey community, at any location, may submit a nomination. More information about the program and previous READ posters is available on the program website. Nominations may be submitted at any point during the year, but will next be reviewed for the upcoming cycle. Questions about the READ Poster Program and submitting nominations may be directed to Marie Cirelli.
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Nominees may be any person affiliated with the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, or the Penn State College of Medicine, including faculty, staff, students, administrators, volunteers, alumni, donors and others, who meet one or more of the following criteria:

Over time honorees should be representative of all the different groups within the Penn State College of Medicine and Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.

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Display Case Reservation and Agreement
The library develops displays and exhibits on a regular basis. The public (groups or individuals) may request to use the library’s display space for educational, artistic, and cultural materials. Check the Exhibits and Display Cases page for more information.