Future is here: Health resources for all-2011


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  • I’m sure you all see this in your libraries!
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  • A peer-reviewed and fully referenced database of drugs to which breastfeeding mothers may be exposed. Among the data included are maternal and infant levels of drugs, possible effects on breastfed infants and on lactation, and alternate drugs to consider.
  • Content optimized for small screensWorks on smart phones and other mobile devicesIn English and Spanishm.medlineplus.govm.medlineplus.gov/spanish
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  • Future is here: Health resources for all-2011

    1. 1. The Future is Here:Health Resources for All!Kay Deeney, MLS, AHIPEducational Services CoordinatorNN/LM Pacific Southwest Region Rebecca Swift, MLS Medical Librarian Phoenix Indian Medical Center
    2. 2. The Future is Here: Health Resources for All! Agenda  MedlinePlus.gov  MedlinePlus Connect  NIHSeniorHealth.gov  Other websites and databases  Mobile options  More MedlinePlus!
    3. 3. http://nnlm.gov/psr
    4. 4. What is the National Library of Medicine?Part of the National Institutes of Health, NLM is the provider of PubMed.gov,MedlinePlus.gov, and many other health information resources http://www.nlm.nih.gov
    5. 5. Online Health Searching 88% of online searchers look for health information Over half of online health searchers later discussed information with their doctors Half of all searches are based on discussions with doctorsHarris Poll, “Cyberchondriacs” on the Rise?August 4, 2010
    6. 6. What are the top sources consulted forhealth information? Health professional = 86% Friend or family member = 68% Internet=57% Books or other print material=54% Insurance provider=33% Other source=5%Source: Pew Internet and American Life ProjectThe Social Life of Health Information, June 2009
    7. 7. Health Information is Everywhere!How does MedlinePlus differ from popularsearch engines and commercial health sites?
    8. 8. About MedlinePlus.gov Debuted in 1998 with 22 health topics, now there are over 800 topics Designed to be appealing and easy to use Not a search engine, but a current collection of the best links to health information Adheres to strict quality guidelines No advertising or collection of personal info
    9. 9. 172 tutorials875 English 78 anatomy videos 112 surgery videos844 Spanish 5 Sp surgery videos~1,000 drugs 15-20 stories100 added dailysupplements1,445 links toClinicalTrials.gov 15 English issues 2 bilingual issuesOver 100 >40 languagesdirectories of >250 topicsdoctors, hospitals, >3,000 linksclinics & libraries >40 languages ~ 3,500 articles 2 RSS feeds >250 topics > 2,000 images 11 daily & weekly listservs 3,045 links
    10. 10. What is MedlinePlus Connect? A FREE Web application that allows electronic health record (EHR) systems to use existing code sets to link to relevant information from MedlinePlus.gov. Who can use it?  EHR companies and developers  EHR customers (hospital systems, doctors’ offices, etc)
    11. 11. MedlinePlus Connect
    12. 12. How Does MedlinePlus Connect Work?  From EHR to relevant information
    13. 13. Patient View from EHR - Diagnoses
    14. 14. Infobutton Page for Diagnoses
    15. 15. Patient View from EHR - Medications
    16. 16. Infobutton Page for Medications
    17. 17. Benefits of MedlinePlusConnect! …Meaningful use of certified EHR technology should result in health care that is patient centered, evidence- based, prevention-oriented, efficient, and equitable…
    18. 18. nihseniorhealth.gov12/7/2011
    19. 19. Training Programs for Seniors http://nihseniorhealth.gov/toolkit/toolkit.html nihseniorhealth.gov/toolkit/toolkit.html
    20. 20. ghr.nlm.nih.gov/
    21. 21. Daily Med dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/
    22. 22. Lact Med toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/
    23. 23. Mobile Apps!
    24. 24. To Find Quality Health Apps andMobile Sites of Interest to Library Users National Library of Medicine Mobile Gallery Directory of apps and sites at USA.gov Other government sites, such as the CDC and the Veterans Administration
    25. 25. http://nlm.nih.gov/mobile
    26. 26. Same Resource, DifferentFormatsMedlinePlus.gov MedlinePlus Mobile m.medlineplus.gov/
    27. 27. PubMed Mobile PubMed for Handhelds
    28. 28. AIDSinfoHIV/AIDSGlossary AppUsed by bothconsumersand clinicians
    29. 29. Embryo AppVisual Exploration of Human Embryo Development
    30. 30. This is aHotlines text box Health large App Directory of health- related organizations that have 1-800 numbers (from DIRLINE) http://dirline.nlm.nih.gov/
    31. 31. Emergencies and Disasters
    32. 32. Free Content for Emergency Responders, Health Professionals, and Consumers √ Wireless System for Emergency Responders (WISER) √ √ Radiation Emergency Medical Management (REMM)Apps √ √ AIDSinfo HIV/AIDS Glossary √ √ Health Hotlines √ √ Reunite √ Embryo √ Water Emergency Response for Libraries √ PubMed Mobile Beta and PubMed® for HandheldsMobile √ √ DailyMedSites √ MedlinePlus Mobile √ AIDSinfo Mobile
    33. 33. RadiationEmergencyWhat to do?MobileREMM App(Radiation EmergencyMedical Management)
    34. 34. medlineplus.gov
    35. 35. MedlinePlus is Designed for Everyone People use different search strategies  Type keywords in search box  Scan list of topics  Click on meaningful icons or visually appealing images  Browse pages No matter how someone searches, they will find information on MedlinePlus!
    36. 36. When formatted for printing,the URLs are spelled out
    37. 37. Need a Spelling or Definition?
    38. 38. Full-featured Medical Dictionary Clicking the speaker icon will play an audio pronunciation
    39. 39. Reality Check One out of _____ American adults reads at the 5th grade level or below. The average American reads at about the 8th grade level, yet most health care materials are written above the ____ grade level.
    40. 40. Reality Check One out of 5 American adults reads at the 5th grade level or below. The average American reads at about the 8th grade level, yet most health care materials are written above the 10th grade level. Source: Partnership for Clear Health Communication, National Patient Safety Foundation http://www.npsf.org/askme3/pdfs/STATS_GLANCE_EN.pdf
    41. 41. Health Literacy Defined Ability to obtain and understand health information, and to act on that information 1 in 3 adults have Basic or Below Basic skills http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2006/2006483_1.pdf
    42. 42. MedlinePlus Offers Easy-to-understandInformation Easy-to-read How to Write Resources Easy-to-readPlain language information Tools to helpfrom government agencies recognize elements ofand health organizations easy-to-read resourcesInteractive Tutorials with Helpful informationaudio, images, and text at 6th for writinggrade level understandable information
    43. 43. MultipleLanguageson HealthTopic Pages
    44. 44. Multilingual Materials
    45. 45. Medicalencyclopedia entry
    46. 46. Medicalencyclopedia images
    47. 47. Medical Encyclopedia –Patient Instructions
    48. 48. Drug Record Source: American Society of Health System Pharmacists
    49. 49. Drug Record in Spanish
    50. 50. Herbs and SupplementsNatural Medicines Comprehensive Database 100 English and Spanish monographs Herbals, dietary supplements, and how they work Effectiveness ratings for different indications Safety concerns, including precautions, warnings and possible interactions with medications, foods, and other herbs and supplements Extensive lists of references, with links to PubMedNational Center for Complementary and AlternativeMedicineNational Toxicology Program
    51. 51. Herbs and Supplements Record
    52. 52. Videos and Cool Tools
    53. 53. InteractiveTutorial TextSummary
    54. 54. Anatomy Videos From A.D.A.M Features brief video with transcript Requires QuickTime (free download)
    55. 55. Surgery Videos
    56. 56. MedlinePlus Magazine A quarterly publication of the Friends of the National Library of Medicine. Get a free subscription!
    57. 57. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/magazine/issues/summer11/articles/summer11pg22-23.html
    58. 58. NIH MedlinePlus Salud NIH MedlinePlus Salud comes out twice a year Bilingual format on facing pages
    59. 59. Salud Bilingual Format
    60. 60. Free MedlinePlus Brochures English: http://nnlm.gov/training/resources/mptri.pdf Spanish: http://nnlm.gov/training/resources/mptri_esp.pdf
    61. 61. Take-away Points 1) Help your patrons/ patients be informed health information searchers 2) Encourage them to ask questions 3) Be an advocate for health 4) Look to NLM for great resources!
    62. 62. Resources for Exploring NLM Gallery http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mobile/ PSR Midday at the Oasis Webinars http://nnlm.gov/psr/services/webmeeting/archives.html  Going Mobile, Staying Social: Using Technology for Health, October 19, 2011  Not the Oscars, but Medline Plus! February 16, 2011  Technology Update: MedlinePlus Connect! December 15, 2010
    63. 63. Questions?
    64. 64.  Kay Deeney, MLS, AHIP Educational Services Coordinator NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region UCLA Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library kdeeney@library.ucla.edu Rebecca Swift, MLS Medical Librarian Phoenix Indian Medical Center Phoenix, AZ rebecca.swift@ihs.gov