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    • MLA ‘ 10 Annual MeetingReflect and Learn
      Ryan Pineda
    • Sessions Attended
      Welcome Address
      John P. McGovern Lecture (Daniel Pink)
      EBSCO’s Lunch and Learn (Nursing Reference Center)
      Interviewing and Branding
      Informationist in Practice
      Ovid’s Supporting the evidence-based practice needs of nurses
    • Sessions Attended (cont…)
      Janet Doe Lecture (Ana Cleveland)
      Ovid Presentation (A New Look at Nursing Information)
      Elsevier Presentation (Science Direct e-books)
      Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section ( Navigating the Literature, Mapping the Literature and Connecting Librarians and Editors to Identify Core Nursing Journals)
    • Lessons Learned
      The future belongs to the right-brainers
      Six abilities that matter most include design, story, symphony, empathy, play and meaning
      Three reasons to license EBSCOHostNursing Reference Center includes
      Evidence-based nursing portal to end-user community
      Meets all criteria for magnet process
      Unlimited accessibility
    • Lessons Learned (cont…)
      Goal of informationist is to sell the library
      5 Components of Magnet Journey in Nursing
      Transformational leadership
      Structural empowerment
      Exemplary professional practice
      New knowledge, innovation and improvement
      Empirical outcome
    • Reflections
      Medical Librarians play a very important role in the field
      Librarians are important because of their “high concept” and “high touch”
      Librarians must adapt and must embed
      Be proactive!
      Education for health science professionals is crucial
      Bradford’s Law rocks!
      There are still miles to go before we sleep)
    • Thank you!