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Eight module information curriculum matched to AGCME competencies

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  • 1. Eight-module Information Skills Curriculum to Support ACGME Competencies Doreen R. Bradley, MILS, Gurpreet K. Rana, MLIS, Monica L. Lypson, M.D., Stanley J. Hamstra, Ph.D University of Michigan Health Sciences Libraries & Medical School RESULTS OBJECTIVES •Library instruction in graduate medical education (GME) programs FY 2007 is uneven or absent 526 residents and fellows exposed to librarian-led skills instruction •Residency programs frequently overlook resources provided by 50 contact hours in 40 sessions their health sciences libraries (HSL) Program directors buy-in for adoption in >84 programs You Are Where?? •ACGME competencies create multiple opportunities to leverage You Are Where?? librarian expertise to improve residency education Development of course evaluation tool Useful feedback from residents to improve the modules METHODOLOGY RESIDENT FEEDBACK HSL and the GME Office worked to develop a systematic, Positive Responses: centralized approach to incorporate information skills “It was really nice to … EIGHT-MODULE INFORMATON SKILLS CURRICULUM Develop a comprehensive 8-module information skills curriculum, help modify what I am constructed with the expertise of librarians and clinical faculty Practice-based Learning and Improvement: already doing to improve Capitalize on each librarian’s unique expertise and work in teams my productivity.” Information Skills Curriculum for House Officer Education to develop consensus on module development “I'm a [intern]... I was wondering if you could Map modules to specific ACGME competencies & audience level MODULE 1: Practice-based Learning and Improvement Step 1: help me with a search, Essentials of Information Resources @ UM Integrate librarian instruction into more programs by building upon since, aside from Competencies: Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Communication, Professionalism successful existing collaborations UpToDate, I'm incredibly ignorant of how to make MODULE 2: Practice-based Learning and Improvement Step 2: use of the online Finding the Best Evidence resources available to Competencies: Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Communication, Professionalism me.” MODULE 3: Practice-based Learning and Improvement: “Everyone commented to Training for the Clinical Experts me how useful it was...” Audience: Faculty & Upper – Level Fellows ( Typically Research Oriented) “I hope to use some of MODULE 4: Managing the Fellow Research Requirement: your tips to make my Seeking the Information research more efficient!” Competencies: Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Communication, Systems-Based Practice MODULE 5: Cultivating MEDLINE Expertise Using Practice-based Learning & Improvement Competencies: Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Communication, Professionalism MODULE 6: Communicating with Patients: NEXT STEPS What Information Do They Have and What Do You Need to Know? Competencies: Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Communication, Professionalism, Systems-Based Practice Validate MEDLINE search assessment tool MODULE 7: Keeping Current and Getting Ahead Conduct formal programmatic evaluation of the 8-module Competencies: Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Communication, Professionalism curriculum For further information: MODULE 8: The Librarian as a GME Competency Consultant @ UM Develop tools to assess information seeking rationale Competencies: Patient Care, Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Systems Based Practice Doreen R. Bradley, dbradley@umich.edu

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