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Medical Library Association Annual Conference: Honolulu, Hawaii (May 15-20, 2009). Paper by: Ryan Max Steinberg, Richard Zwies, Charles Yates, Chris Stave,Yannick Pouliot, Heidi Heilemann. Presented ...

Medical Library Association Annual Conference: Honolulu, Hawaii (May 15-20, 2009). Paper by: Ryan Max Steinberg, Richard Zwies, Charles Yates, Chris Stave,Yannick Pouliot, Heidi Heilemann. Presented by Richard Zwies May 19, 2009.

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  • 1. SmartSearch: Automated Recommendations Using Librarian Expertise and PubMed E-Utilities Ryan Max Steinberg, Richard Zwies, Charles Yates, Chris Stave, Yannick Pouliot, & Heidi Heilemann Presented by Richard Zwies Web Production Specialist Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
  • 2. Lane Medical Library Website •! Clinicians, faculty, students, researchers !!Stanford School of Medicine !!Stanford Hospital & Clinics !!Lucile Packard Children's Hospital !!Palo Alto VA Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
  • 3. A Wealth of Digital Content •! 5,400 eJournals •! 6,800 eBooks •! Clinical/article databases •! Video lectures, bioinformatics tools, images, historical materials… Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
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  • 9. Lane Clinical Metasearch •! 150 metasearch resources on the clinical portal •! Clinical textbooks, handbooks, atlases, drug databases, and practice guidelines, article databases •! Most “gently” used Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
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  • 16. Example “DVT” 1.! Query term “DVT” 2.! “Venous Thrombosis” most frequent heading from PubMed articles 3.! SmartSearch Map: No “Venous Thrombosis” resources 4.! Climbs MeSH tree to find “Vascular Diseases”" 3 resources Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
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  • 21. Hypothesis That resources recommended by the SmartSearch system would be used more heavily than peer metasearch resources not included in the project. Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
  • 22. Methods •! Website clicks to metasearch resources (WebTrends) •! Before & after rollout to SmartSearch (3 mos. of data each) •! Linear regression of change (slopes) of peer resources vs. SmartSearch resources Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
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  • 24. Results •! No significant difference between change in views of peer resources & SmartSearch resources •! Slope = 0.3882 ± 0.3296 •! R2 = 0.008927 •! P = 0.2407 (deviates from slope = 0) Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
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  • 26. Next Steps •! Relocate to clinical search interface •! Refine the resource & subject maps •! Recommend people: librarians? •! Refine the algorithm •! Other uses? Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT
  • 27. Thank you Richard Zwies, Web Production Specialist rzwies@stanford.edu Richard Zwies - Web Production Specialist, Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center A DIVISION OF IRT