Outreach librarians at large – conferences in 2011<br />Weds AM meeting<br />7th Sept 2011<br />
ICLC 2011<br />International Clinical Librarians’ Conference 2011<br />Birmingham Botanical Gardens <br />13 – 14 June <br...
Highlights of Day One AM<br />Newly created! Association of Clinical Librarians and Informationists: http://www.aclionline...
Day One AM<br />Pip Divall – Clinical Librarian Service manager, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust – new databas...
Day One PM<br />Jon Brassey– TRIP Database – Talked about the State of the Evidence and how to find answers to clinical qu...
Day One PM<br />Yongtao Lin – Librarian at University of Calgary, Canada – embedded research librarianship model: Argued t...
My presentation<br />
Day Two AM<br />Katie Adams – User Research Analyst for NHS Evidence – described new features of NHS Evidence.<br />Sarah ...
Day Two AM<br />Sara Clarke – now a Specialist Librarian in Oslo- development of clinical librarian service in Norway, whi...
Day Two PM<br />Jane Surtees – Deputy Head of Library Knowledge Service at Royal Derby Hospital – review of their clinical...
Discussion Point<br />The use of images in conference presentations: Do the lolcats images enhance the presentation, or do...
Tweets from the conference…<br />pipdivallLibrarians embedded in development of clinical "procedures" in Norway. #iclc11<b...
UMBRELLA 2011<br />Biennial CILIP bash at the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield http://www.cilip.org.uk/umbrella2011/<...
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  1. 1. Outreach librarians at large – conferences in 2011<br />Weds AM meeting<br />7th Sept 2011<br />
  2. 2. ICLC 2011<br />International Clinical Librarians’ Conference 2011<br />Birmingham Botanical Gardens <br />13 – 14 June <br />DAY ONE: Eli and Owen attended (and Eli gave presentation)<br />DAY TWO: Eli, Amanda and Liz attended<br />
  3. 3. Highlights of Day One AM<br />Newly created! Association of Clinical Librarians and Informationists: http://www.aclionline.org/<br />Fiona Godlee– BMJ Editor – open access; the “urgent need to get evidence into practice”; impact of evidence on patient safety. (And sales spiel about BMJ products eg Clinical Evidence etc).<br />
  4. 4. Day One AM<br />Pip Divall – Clinical Librarian Service manager, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust – new database to record their literature searches, the Clinical Information Search System; development of a career structure for Clinical Librarians at UHL.<br />Anne Woods – Chief Nursing Officer from Wolters Kluwer Health, US – how to get clinicians (etc) to use the evidence (by using Ovid products!).<br />
  5. 5. Day One PM<br />Jon Brassey– TRIP Database – Talked about the State of the Evidence and how to find answers to clinical questions; argued that clinicians STILL don’t search ‘properly’ to find answers, instead they ask colleagues; need to prioritise research eg systematic reviews and primary research, because “less is more” when there is so much data out there. <br />Blitter – TRIP’s new curated list of clinicians’ blogs and tweets that you can search to find out what people are talking about.<br />
  6. 6. Day One PM<br />Yongtao Lin – Librarian at University of Calgary, Canada – embedded research librarianship model: Argued that ‘embedded’ librarians are good to enhance education for users/readers/etc, increase research efficiency and effectiveness, and improve the quality and quantity of research.<br />They help their readers with bibliographic management, ‘brainstorming’, citation verification, current awareness, literature searching, and research skills. <br />All very similar to what we do!<br />
  7. 7. My presentation<br />
  8. 8. Day Two AM<br />Katie Adams – User Research Analyst for NHS Evidence – described new features of NHS Evidence.<br />Sarah Sutton – Clinical Librarian at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust – gave us highlights from MLA 2011, eg. “Medical Librarians are like Google, because we create tools to solve problems” [Ruth Holst, MLA presidential address]. <br />
  9. 9. Day Two AM<br />Sara Clarke – now a Specialist Librarian in Oslo- development of clinical librarian service in Norway, which is rich because of oil, so can afford to have national subscription to UpToDate. <br />All librarians in Oslo hospital libraries are professionals, to ensure that all staff members can do lit searches as well as document supply!<br />
  10. 10. Day Two PM<br />Jane Surtees – Deputy Head of Library Knowledge Service at Royal Derby Hospital – review of their clinical librarian service. <br />Sent out questionnaire with letter to all staff on wards. Had 110 Q’aires returned out of 496. <br />Findings included eg: Nurses need information for patient care, teaching, CPD; people made use of the web, textbooks, databases, and… library staff to find information. <br />Interviewed 27 staff members to find out more details, eg that yes, clinical librarians are “perceived favourably” and contribute to patient care!<br />
  11. 11. Discussion Point<br />The use of images in conference presentations: Do the lolcats images enhance the presentation, or do they look a bit odd in context?<br />http://www.uhl-library.nhs.uk/ICLC%20Presentations/Jane%20Surtees.ppt<br />
  12. 12. Tweets from the conference…<br />pipdivallLibrarians embedded in development of clinical "procedures" in Norway. #iclc11<br />sueclayton1have discovered Librarians are terrible gossips #iclc11<br />pipdivallNorway have a free to access National Library for Health! National subs to UpToDate. #iclc11<br />pipdivallIs owning a laptop and leaving the library the key to being a CL? #iclc11<br />ainericeVery pleasant walk through Birm Botanic Gardens glasshouses to #iclc11conference<br />pipdivallWhat has more impact? Lit searching vs. current awareness vs. training? #iclc11<br />pipdivallInteresting that a blog needs inclusion and exclusion criteria. What is best, push (email) or pull (blog) for current awareness? #iclc11<br />
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  14. 14. UMBRELLA 2011<br />Biennial CILIP bash at the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield http://www.cilip.org.uk/umbrella2011/<br />12 – 13 July 2011<br />

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