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A joint meeting of LIBR534 students and HLABC members, March 27th, 2012

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    • Andrea Freeman Devon GreysonLinda Howard An evening of shared innovation: students in LIBR534 / HLABC members Doug Salzwedel Greg Rowell Sharon Stevens LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • An evening of shared innovation – MLIS Students in LIBR534 / HLABCSPEAKERS (6-7pm)•Andrea Freeman, Library & Bookstore Coordinator, BC Childrens Hospital•Devon Greyson, PhD student, health librarian & womens studies teacher, blogger•Linda Howard, Librarian, Fraser Health Library Services / HLABC President•Kevin Read & Frank Sayre, LIBR534 Students / BMB Library student librarians•Greg Rowell, Leader, Clinical Policy Office / Fraser Health Professional Practice•Doug Salzwedel, Trial Search Co-ordinator / Cochrane Hypertension Group•Sharon Stevens, Reference Librarian, Dentistry & Pharmacy, Woodward Library This meeting of LIBR534 students & HLABC members aims to highlight speakers from HLABC for 8-10 minutes each: what they do, their backgrounds and what got them into health librarianship. Each speaker is asked to discuss their approaches to their work with the goal to present a complementary view of the field (not just a traditional one). This joint meeting is a mentoring and two-way sharing opportunity for current and future HLABC members – a special opportunity to meet and mingle with each other in-person from 7-8pm. LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • COMMENTS ABOUT OUR JOINT MEETINGLIBR534 student: Andrea: LIBR534 student: “…it was extremely valuable to “…I had such a nice time presenting “I really enjoyed all of the talks hear about jobs & life paths but & chatting with students, fellow and found them useful and librarians. …its a pleasure getting also different workplaces …. few informative. Andrea and Devons us in the same room …I welcome the[of our] classes have ever tried it. talks, in particular, gave me hope opportunity to have regular sessions Without it, I would be less to hear what other librarians are that there are ways into health equipped to plan my future..…” doing …something as informal as librarianship that are non- chatting over a pint or 2 …I feel some traditional and circuitous.…” of my best learning comes from casual interactions like these.” LIBR534 student: “I found the Shared Innovation night informative, motivating & inspiring/encouraging & supporting… It was so great and interesting I felt like our gathering ended too soon. I would have stayed longer…” Devon’s presentation: http://prezi.com/rvzb_icbmvfu/making-change-with-informationresearch/ “…thanks for facilitating the evening of brief talks on Tuesday. It was lovely to see several familiar HLABC faces and get caught up with people…and to meet some up & coming health librarians …as always, you seem to have a crackerjack crew of students. I look forward to seeing where they go and what they do in coming years…”
    • MORE COMMENTS … Greg: “…I had many interesting, pleasant quiet conversations, particularly with Devon and Doug. Andrea – I apologize for not tracking you down for a chat. I am always in awe of your quiet charm and considerable ability. Sharon, from what I saw last night, UBC Library has found a gem in bringing you on. “ LIBR534 student: “Thank you for organizing a fabulous evening! I really enjoyed the event. You had a wide range of librarians there, each of them having a variety of experience. I dont know if it was my eyes but some presentations were hard to see--mainly the screenshots. “ Linda: “…I had so much fun!  For those working in the field, it’s LIBR534 student: fun to be a student for a couple of hours!” “…I really enjoyed the entire evening. The librarians were very welcoming. I feel these tentative steps have made me feel more comfortable in my own skin…”LIBR534 student:“I really enjoyed the joint HLABC/LIBR 534 class ... I particularly liked the "lightning talks" format which allowed me to get a broad view of the types of jobs/projects that different health librarians are doing. It was a nice mix of newer grads (who could give perspective on job trajectories/options available for those starting out) and more experienced health librarians. That really worked for me. “ LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • Andrea Freeman, Library & Bookstore Coordinator, BC Childrens Hospital BC Children’s Hospital Family Support & Resource Centre seehttp://prezi.com/zgk6bud3p4v6/family-support-resource-centre/ LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • SHARONSTEVENS Health Libraries in England Currently Pharmacy/Dentistry Librarian at UBC Five years with NHS working for West Midlands Health Authority & National Library for Health Prior to the NHS worked in University Libraries supporting health subjects. Masters in Information & Library Management. Non for Profit/Royal Colleges /University Sharon Stevens, Reference Librarian UBC. 27 March 2012
    • NHS EVIDENCE – SEARCH ENGINE FOR HEALTHPROFESSIONALSACCESS TO HIGH LEVEL OF EVIDENCE (GUIDELINES, COCHRANE, DARE, GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS,CONSUMER HEALTH)  Formally National Library for Health  Made up of over 20 specialist collections  Information Specialist for Cardiovascular, Stroke & Vascular Libraries for 3 years  Worked with Clinical Lead & Reference Group to set up Vascular collection  Annual Evidence Updates: Stroke Rehabilitation  Marketing & Promotion: Stroke Association  Services: Current Awareness, Top Ten Journals, Editorials, Hot off the Press  https://www.evidence.nhs.uk/ Sharon Stevens, Reference Librarian UBC. 27 March 2012
    • Health Authorities – Library team workingHealth Authorities – Library team working nationally, regionally nationally, regionally & locally & locally • Work with hospital libraries to improve practice, horizon scanning, innovation, staff development, quality assure library services • Hospital Libraries vary in size from 1 librarian to teams of 10 – 15 library staff • Full library service: mediated searching, training, current awareness, e-resources • Strategic Health Authority Library Leads (SHALL): http://www.libraryservices.nhs.uk/home.html • West Midlands Health Authority responsible for health care for over 5 million people. Diverse population, urban & rural • Over 25 hospital libraries in region Sharon Stevens, Reference Librarian UBC. 27 March 2012
    • WEST MIDLANDS HEALTH AUTHORITY Various projects & job titles Information Literacy – set up a Regional Trainers Group with projects around impact, learning outcomes Staff Development - e-learning resources initially for library staff delivered via Moodle platform. Mentoring network, learn & share days, learning & development strategy for library staff Service Development – improvement framework, impact group, costing framework Wider Team  Consumer Health Information – public libraries, consumer health collection  Information Management and Technology group – library management system, ILL  Content & Collections Development – core content Sharon Stevens, Reference Librarian UBC. 27 March 2012
    • “A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME WOULD SMELL AS SWEET” SHAKESPEARES ROMEO AND JULIET Differences: Structure & Scale Technology: emerging technology Specialist skills: systematic review searching (UK hospital libraries) & emerging roles Professional Groups: Health Libraries Group (specialist interest group of CILIP) Reflections Innovation - people can be uncomfortable with innovation Change - 3 titles in 5 years, organization had 2 reviews. Specialist collections now gone. Sharon Stevens, Reference Librarian UBC. 27 March 2012
    • MARKETING A HOSPITAL LIBRARY SERVICE: My “Dear Librarian” Column Linda Howard, Librarian, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Fraser Health Linda.howard@fraserhealth.ca HLABC President 2011-2012
    • MARKETING A HOSPITAL LIBRARYSERVICEGoalTo increase awareness of library services amonghospital staffUse humour and fun to attract attention Linda Howard, Librarian, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Fraser Health
    • MARKETING A HOSPITAL LIBRARYSERVICE Created monthly column “Dear Librarian”  Appearing in Surry Memorial Hospital Spotlight  Created questions from articles  Also new resources received in the library  Made up amusing or funny names Linda Howard, Librarian, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Fraser Health
    • MARKETING A HOSPITAL LIBRARYSERVICE Used humour to get attention of staff, doctors Survey was created Period of ~2 years indicated library awareness had increased by some margin Some topics controversial Linda Howard, Librarian, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Fraser Health
    • MARKETING A HOSPITAL LIBRARYSERVICE A range of topics included:  articles on food, exercise, recommended immunizations, chronic fatigue syndrome, sun exposure, weight loss, osteoporosis, humour, flu, heartburn, ski injuries, frostbite  sexual desire, stress management, process improvement, culturally sensitive healthcare, public speaking, cholesterol management  migraines, exercise at work, condoms, allergies, seasonal affective disorder, etc. Linda Howard, Librarian, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Fraser Health
    • MARKETING A HOSPITAL LIBRARYSERVICE Keep it fun Keep it short Refer to library resources Brand the library as the place to go for any information Linda Howard, Librarian, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Fraser Health
    • MARKETING A HOSPITAL LIBRARY SERVICE Linda Howard, Librarian, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Fraser Health Linda.howard@fraserhealth.ca HLABC President 2011-2012 Linda Howard, Librarian, Surrey Memorial Hospital, Fraser Health
    • Greg RowellU of Guelph BSc(HK) 1986, Guelph CanTox MSc 1997, Guelph MISt 2000, Toronto Anatomy Lab U of Guelph Library 1991 - 2000 Vancouver Woohoo!! VancouverSFU Jan – March 2000 Riverview Fraser Health UBCContract Hospital 2006 – 2009 (Feb) 2009-10VPL 2000 – 2002 BCMHAS Manager HeadAuxiliary Librarian 2000 – 2005 LSLs Clinical Liaison Librarian, Manager eHLbc Libr534 Fraser Health 2010 – present Leader, Clinical Policy Office LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • Clinical Decision Support Tool Development Framework- Fraser Health rev ed 1. Opportunity for Clinical Practice Enhancement 5. CDST Acceptance CIEC CIEC 2. Dispatch / Triage 6. CDST Implementation 3. CDST Selection 7. CDST Evaluation 4. CDST Development/ Review Greg Rowell, Leader Policy, Fraser Health
    • LEAST RESTRAINT Least Restraint Policy Least Restraint Clinical Practice Guideline Under RevisionProgram Program Program ProgramProtocol Protocol Protocol Protocol Greg Rowell, Leader Policy, Fraser Health
    • FRASER HEALTH AUTHORITY IN THENEWS1. Fraser Health emergency patients in hallway2. C-Difficile infections at BH3. Surgeries cancelled due to drug shortages4. Drug mix-up5. Anesthetists threaten to withdraw services Greg Rowell, Leader Policy, Fraser Health
    • 8 Qualities of Remarkable Employ [link]Greg: “…I encourage you to look at the article linked here – bask in these remarkablequalities which were also quite evident from hearing about your experiences. Iencourage students to review the article and, if they don’t already have them, to addthese skills to their job-readiness basket. I hope HLABC members will also enjoy thearticle.”
    • Doug Salzwedel MLISTrials Search CoordinatorCochrane Hypertension Review Groupdoug.salzwedel@ti.ubc.catwitter: @DougSalzwedelCochrane Hypertension Review Group:http://hypertension.cochrane.orgInternational organisation committed to helping people makewell-informed decisions about prevention, treatment ofhypertension by preparing, maintaining, promoting systematicreviews of the effects of healthcare interventions forhypertension. LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • Cochrane Register of Studies (CRS)• The CRS software application is designed for the development and maintenance of Specialised Registers (SRs) by Cochrane Review Groups (CRGs)• A Trials Search Coordinator (TSC), often someone with a background in library and information management, manages most SRs. LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • PRESS Peer Review of Electronic Search StrategiesA ten-point checklist for carrying out peer review of electronic search strategies used in systematic reviews LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012
    • How PRESSforum worksRequestors:• Complete brief submission form for your search• Include search question, PICO, databases searched• Inclusion/exclusion criteria, full strategy for 1 databaseReviewers:• Choose a search to review• Complete a brief assessment form LIBR534 students & HLABC members 27 Tuesday March 2012