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  • Implementation of Web 2.0-services in the Norwegian Electronic Health Library Medicine 2.0 Øystein Eiring, Runar Eggen, Hans Petter Fosseng, Magne Nylenna
  • The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services
    • Founded 2004
    • Organised under The Directorate for Health
    • No authority to develop og implement health policy
    • 120 employees
  • The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services
    • Gathers and disseminates
      • Systematic reviews
      • HTA reports
    • Improve the quality of patient information
    • Surveys of patients and employees
      • experiences with health services
  • The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services
    • Host of the National Council for Quality and Prioritization
    • Host of The National Electronic Health Library
  • June 4, 2009 Access to knowledge has varied widely National Hospital Rural hospital
  • June 4, 2009 National access through one website
  • Why does the Health Library exist?
    • Equality: Equality of health services implies equal access to knowledge
    • Quality: Quality assessment of knowledge can foster better quality of health services
    • Economy: National subscriptions and licenses save time and money
  • The Health Library -keypoints
    • Government funded
    • Serves health workers in Norway
      • 4.6 mill inhabitants
    • Editorial office in Oslo
    • Internet access only
    June 4, 2009
  • The Health Library in numbers
    • Budget CAD 8 mill.
    • 20 employees
      • 10 full-time
    • 150 - 200 000 page downloads/month
      • + use of licenced resources
    June 4, 2009
  • Principles …
    • Made for h ealth personnel and students
    • Open to the public
    • Norwegian language (on the surface)
    • Editorial independency
  • June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket Journals
  • June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket Databases
  • June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket Systematic reviews
  • June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket Clinical guidelines
  • June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket Reference books
  • June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket Specialist libraries
  • 2007: a web 1.0, static, one-to-many portal
    • Minimal interaction
    • Content not dynamic
    • Remote workers
    • 50 % of health workers unaware of
    June 4, 2009
  • 2008: Survey of 2.0 services
    • Benefits and limitations
    • International examples
    • Norwegian examples
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • Survey: lessons
    • Few norwegian Medicine 2.0 services in health sites
    • Unresolved issues
        • ownership, quality, accountability, privacy, ”chronic temporariness”
    • Potential benefits
    June 4, 2009
  • 1: Using social media to collaborate internally
    • Remote workers and external collaborators
    • Need to collaborate on documents
    • Inadequate in-house ICT solutions
    June 4, 2009
  • 1: Using social media to collaborate internally
    • Experiences:
    • Widespread use of Google Docs and Spreadsheets
    • Blogging and Flickr keep record of meetings and conferences
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • 2: Using social media to communicate externally
    • Why?
    • Marketing tool
    • Governmental bodies should take pro-active stance
    • Powerful way of delivery
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • 2: Using social media to communicate externally
    • Slideshare.net
    • Official blog
    • RSS
    • YouTube
    • Flickr
    • Social networking sites
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • 2: Using social media to communicate externally
    • Results
    • Modest amount of visitors, members, downloads
    • Few use possibility to give feedback
    • Increased competence among staff
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • 3: Developing services on the website
    • Clinical protocol developed as wiki
    • C ollaboration with a Health Trust
    • Process in accordance with Agree principles
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • 3: Developing services on the website
    • Tailored Google Coop searches in different contexts
    • Example: Patient information
    • Quality assessment of websites with the LIDA tool
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • 3: Developing services on the website
    • Tailored news services within specific fields using different RSS tools
      • F rom Google News
      • Creating and aggregating feeds using i.e. Feedity
      • Directly from our journals
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • 4: Improving services outside the website: Norwegian Wikipedia
    • Why?
    • One of the main sources of patient information
    • Low quality in many norwegian entries
    • Possibility of participation
    • Lack of r esponsibility
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • Project 4: Improving services outside the website: Norwegian Wikipedia
    • Information on website
    • Participation from students and professionals
    • Follow-up and language improvement done by the Health Library
    • ..and other users
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket
  • Project 4: Improving services outside the website: Norwegian Wikipedia
    • Results:
    • 37 articles witihin mental health improved
    • Participation from professionals hesitant without payment
    • Users go to the Health Library
    June 4, 2009
  • Discussion
    • Usage increasing slowly
    • Our services are not confined to what can be found on the website
    • Will what drives amateurs apply to experts?
    • What can a small language community achieve?
  • Vision for the future
    • If important sources used more modern technology …
    • … we could much easier pull content to our website
    • … offer better searches
    • … and give more in return
  • Discussion!
    • Norwegian Electronic Health Library
    June 4, 2009 Helsebiblioteket Norwegian Electronic Health Library