"Nursing Liaison Team" - MLA Paper Presentation

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Brennan E, Ogawa R, Lynch A, Bartel C. (2008, May 20). Nursing Liaisons: Connecting Librarians and Nurses in their Education and Practice Roles. Paper presented at the Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

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  • Notes: This graph shows total numbers of patrons in classes over the academic calendar year. Some patrons may have taken more than one class and would therefore be counted for each class received. For example, Master’s of Nursing program students received sequenced instruction throughout the year and therefore would have been counted once for each session received…possibly counted 3 to 5 times (once for orientation, a second time for N220, a third time for N323, and a fourth time for an EndNote session). Note that the majority of our sessions are small to medium group hands-on activities.
  • "Nursing Liaison Team" - MLA Paper Presentation

    1. 1. NURSING LIAISON TEAM CHERYL A. BARTEL; EMILY BRENNAN; ANDREA LYNCH; RIKKE S. OGAWA, AHIP RESEARCH, INSTRUCTION, AND COLLECTION SERVICES UCLA LOUISE M. DARLING BIOMEDICAL LIBRARY MAY 2008 Making Connections Across the Education and Practice Spectrum
    2. 2. UCLA Biomedical Library Facts  9 liaison librarians, 5 teams  17,000 primary clientele  Supports:
    3. 3. Nursing Liaison Team
    4. 4. Liaison Model Characteristics  Sustainable  Supports evidence- based practice and education  Team-based  Collection managers  Co-instructors  Evidence identifiers  Intellectual property/copyright gurus  Connection hubs  Technology mavens
    5. 5. Nursing Liaison Program Growth
    6. 6. Nursing Liaison Program Growth
    7. 7. Nursing Liaison Program Growth
    8. 8. Nursing Programs: Medical Center  Clinical Practice Committee  Develops, reviews and disseminates clinical nursing policies, standards and guidelines  Three subgroups – critical care, med/surg, and pediatrics  EBP Fellowship  Advanced Practice Institute
    9. 9. Evidence of Success: Classes
    10. 10. Evidence of Success: Patrons 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 Other Staff Faculty Doctoral Masters Undergraduates 1 2 3 # of liaisons
    11. 11. Evidence of Success: Guidelines  Ventriculostomy/lumba r drains  Oxygen therapy  Central venous catheter care  Vaccine administration  Blood culture  Nasogastric tube placement – adult  Nasogastric tube placement – pediatric  Family presence during codes  Bladder retraining  Oral hygiene  Cooling measures  Non-invasive blood pressure  Urinary catheter care
    12. 12. Take Homes  Take advantage of opportunities to speak your message  Get them talking & actively listen  Aggressively demonstrate your skills  Don’t let the consultation die. Follow through!  Find your advocates – librarian team or create a team where you can find it
    13. 13. Challenges  Nursing time  Technophobia  Little practice with experimentation  Adult learners, returning to workforce and/or school  Sustainability & expansion
    14. 14. Questions Cheryl Bartel cbartel@library.ucla.edu 310.794.2030

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