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NLM Board of Regents, February 2013

NLM Board of Regents, February 2013
NYU Health Sciences Library
NYU Langone Medical Center

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    • Informationist Services for Deafness Research: A Case Study Karen Hanson Theodora Bakker NYU Langone Medical Center, Health Sciences Library Presented: NLM Board of Regents, February 11, 2014
    • The Informationists Karen Hanson Knowledge Systems Librarian Theodora Bakker Assoc. Dir., Divisions of Knowledge Informatics, and Systems and Technology
    • NYU Langone Medical Center
    • Selecting Partners for Informationists Click for a video of Neil Rambo explaining the process of selection for Informationist proposals
    • Mario Svirsky & Arlene Neuman CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF COCHLEAR IMPLANT PATIENTS WITH CONTRALATERAL HEARING AIDS
    • Mario Svirsky & Arlene Neuman Click for a for a video of the PIs explaining their underlying R01 project
    • INFORMATIONIST SUPPLEMENT
    • Specific Aims 1. Data Model, database and data entry 2. Reporting Queries 3. Tool
    • Approach •Document workflows and data •Analyze needs
    • Subjects Research team PIs
    • Subjects Research team PIs
    • Subjects Research team International researchers PIs
    • Current State of the Data: Model MS Excel data MS Access data International consortium data (Excel)
    • Current State of the Data: Content MS Excel data MS Access data International consortium data (Excel)
    • Current State of the Data: Data Fields MS Excel data MS Access data International consortium data (Excel) Date of Birth Date of Encounter Calculated Age Recorded Age
    • Creating a New Data Model
    • DATA TOOL
    • Tool Assessment Criteria • • • • • Support new data model Support complex reporting Usability HIPAA Future compatibility
    • Tool Evaluation Support data model Support complex reporting
    • Tool Evaluation Support data model Support complex reporting Usability Support data model
    • Tool Evaluation Support data model Support complex reporting Support data model Usability Future compatibility
    • Custom Tool Benefits • Meet all criteria • Web based • Add new features to improve data quality
    • Cleaner Data Entry •Picture of old form •Picture of new form
    • Cleaner Data Entry
    • Extra Validation, Audit
    • Autocomplete
    • Data Import
    • Built-in and Custom Reporting
    • Additional Filters
    • CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES
    • Challenges: Domain Knowledge url: http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/hearing/pages/coch.aspx
    • Challenges: Creating New Tool
    • Challenges: the Model Before
    • Challenges: the Model After
    • Opportunities •Data sharing and cross collaboration •Value of complex Data Management •New role for Librarians
    • Thank You •NLM •NIDCD
    • Contact the Informationists •Karen Hanson Karen.Hanson@med.nyu.edu •Theodora Bakker Theodora.Bakker@med.nyu.edu