Diagnosing Information Literacy - A Healthcare Lens for the SCONUL Seven Pillars model

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Presented at CONUL ACIL Annual Information Literacy Seminar, June 2013

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  • 1. Diagnosing Information LiteracyA Healthcare Lens for the SCONUL Seven Pillars ModelMichelle Dalton, University Hospital Limerick @mishdalton
  • 2. The Seven PillarsLenses increase context andrelevance for specific user groups
  • 3. EVIDENCE BASEDPRACTICEACTIVE INGREDIENTS:External EvidenceClinical ExpertisePatient Preferences
  • 4. Weighingup theevidenceSource: Wikimedia Commons Public Library ofScience
  • 5. Ely, J.W. (2002)Obstacles to answering doctors’ questions about patient care with evidence: qualitative study. BMJ 324, 710–710.Image: Wikimedia Commons, Justus Blümer: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Brown_chicken_eggs_(1).jpgTwo minutes per patient
  • 6. Sackett, D. L., & Straus, S. E. (1998)Finding and applying evidence during clinical rounds. JAMA,1336-1338.25.4 secondsat the bedside
  • 7. McKnight, M. (2006)The information seeking of on-duty critical care nurses: evidence from participant observation and in-contextinterviews. J Med Libr Assoc 94, 145–151.Image: www.flickr.com/photos/lilita/3964650768/
  • 8. Semi-structured interviewsSource: http://pixabay.com/en/black-outline-office-sketch-man-37707/
  • 9. Need specific information
  • 10. Time pressuresSource: usafamilymedicine.wordpress.com 
  • 11. Disparate sources
  • 12. Affective aspectsSource: www.nytimes.com
  • 13. “It feels like you are alwayschasing information”Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zebrapares/4529836138/
  • 14. “I am worried that I am not finding the rightinformation or that I am using the wronginformation”Image Credit: http://fabulous-shannen.deviantart.com/art/I-never-make-stupid-mistakes-283576253
  • 15. EvaluateUnderstands:• The information and data landscape of their discipline• Issues of quality, accuracy, relevance, bias, reputation and credibility relating to• information and data sources• How clinical trials and study design can influence the quality of evidence• How cross-checking and gathering data from multiple sources can improve robustness• The importance of appraising and evaluating search results to identify the best qualityevidenceIs able to:• Distinguish between different information resources• Choose suitable material that addresses the clinical question• Identify when information matches the patient’s clinical condition and evaluatewhether it should be applied• Assess the quality, accuracy, relevance, bias, reputation and credibility of theinformation• resources found• Read critically, identifying key points and arguments• Relate the findings directly to the specific clinical query• Identify and evaluate where and how new information can enhance their practice• Scrutinise internal and local evidence and information systemsSample Pillar:Evaluate
  • 16. EvaluateUnderstands:• The information and data landscape of their discipline• Issues of quality, accuracy, relevance, bias, reputation and credibility relating to• information and data sources• How clinical trials and study design can influence the quality of evidence• How cross-checking and gathering data from multiple sources can improve robustness• The importance of appraising and evaluating search results to identify the best qualityevidenceIs able to:• Distinguish between different information resources• Choose suitable material that addresses the clinical question• Identify when information matches the patient’s clinical condition and evaluatewhether it should be applied• Assess the quality, accuracy, relevance, bias, reputation and credibility of theinformation• resources found• Read critically, identifying key points and arguments• Relate the findings directly to the specific clinical query• Identify and evaluate where and how new information can enhance their practice• Scrutinise internal and local evidence and information systemsSample Pillar:Evaluate
  • 17. Image: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tortoise_(PSF).pngGreater efficiency of IL support
  • 18. Greater consistency of IL supportImage: Forever Photo http://www.flickr.com/photos/forever_lover/57612567/lightbox/
  • 19. Glasziou, P.P. (2008)Information overload: what’s behind it, what’s beyond it? Med. J. Aust. 189, 84–85."Keeping up with the flood ofinformation doesn’t mean workingtwice as hard. It can at leastbecome manageable if wedevelop information skills”Dr Paul Glasziou
  • 20. Read the Paper:Developing an Evidence Based PracticeHealthcare Lens for the SCONUL SevenPillars of Information Literacy ModelJournal of Information Literacy, June 2013http://dx.doi.org/10.11645/7.1.1813michelle.dalton@ul.ie @mishdalton