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NCLivehealth

  1. 1. • Brenda Linares, MLIS, AHIP • Librarian and Outreach Liaison • UNC Chapel hill • blinares@unc.edu NC LIVE Health Information Resources
  2. 2. AGENDA • Introductions/Goals/Objectives • Part 1: Consumer Health/Clinical Trials • Part 2: Nursing Resources • Part 3: Drug Information Resources • Part 4: Mental Health Resources • Closing Remarks/Evaluations
  3. 3. Introductions Name Institution Learning objectives Fun fact about you! http://www.terroirist.com/2012/02/daily-wine-news-who-me/
  4. 4. *Use NC Live databases to find health information *Identify the basic guidelines for providing health information *Locate credible consumer health information *Answer basic nursing or mental health questions *Identify basic drug information guidelines *Answer drug/pharmaceutical related questions
  5. 5. Dad - Roger 35 yrs Mom - 32 yrs Son 1 - 10 yrs Son 2 - 7 yrs Son 3 - 6 yrs Son 4 - 4 yrs Daughter – 2 yrs H T T P : / / R E C R U I T E R P O E T . C O M / 2 0 1 1 / 1 0 / 1 8 / R E F L E C T I O N S - O F - F A M I L Y - Q U O T E S - A N D - P I C T U R E S / 1800’S FAMILY WILL ACCOMPANY US THROUGH OUR HEALTH INFORMATION JOURNEY
  6. 6. PART 1: CONSUMER HEALTH INFORMATION AND CLINICAL TRIALS
  7. 7. • Founded on Standard Reference practices • Takes into account privacy, specialized nature of medical information http://nnlm.gov/outreach/consumer/ethics.h tml
  8. 8. Can you tell me some guidelines for providing health information?
  9. 9. 1. Provide a welcoming and safe environment. 2. Be aware of the person who is asking the question. 3. Get as much information as possible. 4. Verify medical terminology in a medical dictionary or encyclopedia.
  10. 10. 5. Be aware of the limitations of medical information. 6. Provide the most complete information to answer the question.
  11. 11. 7. Do not interpret medical information. 8. Provide referrals. H T T P : / / W W W . T A N G L E W O O D F O O T S P E C I A L I S T S . C O M / B L O G / Y O U - R E - C O O L - Y O U - R E - N O T - A . C F M
  12. 12. GETTING STARTED NC LIVE https://www.nclive.org/
  13. 13. HEALTH AND INFORMATION CENTER
  14. 14. • Health Source: Consumer Edition • NC Health Info • MedlinePlus
  15. 15. HEALTH SOURCE: CONSUMER EDITION
  16. 16. NC HEALTH INFO
  17. 17. MEDLINEPLUS
  18. 18. http://www.clinicaltrials.gov
  19. 19. 1. Roger thinks that his oldest son might have some mental issues. He describes the signs, and you realize he might be schizophrenic. Can you tell me some of the symptoms of schizophrenia? 2. For which other languages is there information available on this topic in MedlinePlus? 3. Can you find a clinical trial on schizophrenia for children in another country other than the US? EXERCISE
  20. 20. H T T P : / / I 1 2 7 5 . P H O T O B U C K E T . C O M / A L B U M S / Y 4 4 6 / P O R S C H A L I N K / J A S M I N E % 2 0 P O R S C H E % 2 0 C E N T R E / A N Y Q U E S T I O N S _ Z P S 6 3 0 9 3 1 6 A . J P G
  21. 21. PART 2: NURSING RESOURCES
  22. 22. • CINAHL • Health Source: Nursing/Academi c Edition • MetaSearching • Saving Results http://www.artistsvalley.com/previewicons-Medical-Healthcare-Icons/Nurse_Information-icon.html
  23. 23. • Subjects: nursing, biomedicine, alternative medicine, consumer health, and allied health • More than 3.9 million records • Indexed more than 5,000 journals • Full text dating back to 1937 • Searchable by keyword, controlled subject heading, or citation linking
  24. 24. • Key word searching • Subject heading • Citation searching • Saving results and personal preferences CINAHL
  25. 25. KEYWORD SEARCHING
  26. 26. SUBJECT HEADING
  27. 27. SUBJECT HEADING
  28. 28. LIMITS
  29. 29. RESULTS SCREEN
  30. 30. MAJOR AND MINOR SUBJECTS
  31. 31. SEARCHING BY JOURNAL NAME
  32. 32. CITED REFERENCES BROWSING
  33. 33. • 829 abstracted and index journals • Over 500 full-text journals • 436 peer- reviewed, full-text journals • USP DI: Volume II Advice for the Lay
  34. 34. METASEARCHING
  35. 35. 1. Mom is taking care of her older mother and feels like she can’t take it anymore. She comes to you and asks if there are articles about depression and caregivers. 2. How can you advise her how to search for this in CINAHL? EXERCISE
  36. 36. SAVING RESULTS/PERSONAL PREFERENCES
  37. 37. PART 3: DRUG RESOURCES
  38. 38. • Drug Information Guidelines • MedlinePlus Drugs and Supplements • NIH Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) • Other resources to keep in mind
  39. 39. Can you tell me some guidelines for providing drug information?
  40. 40. DRUG INFORMATION GUIDELINES 1. Be aware if the person asking the question. 2. Never prescribe (or dispense) any medication, herb, or supplements. 3. Never provide an authoritative answer. 4. Recognize that the most complete information may not be available to you. 5. Always refer the patron to his pharmacist and/or physician for complete information.
  41. 41. DRUG INFORMATION: CRITERIA FOR GOOD SOURCES A good source of information is….. 1. Independent and unbiased. 2. Current. 3. Available online but easy to read offline. 4. Appropriate to the health literacy level of your patron.
  42. 42. DISCUSSION • What drug related questions have people asked you? • Where did you go for answers?
  43. 43. NC LIVE Browse Subjects Health and Wellness Information Center MedlinePlus • Provided free by the National Library of Medicine • Consumer appropriate content
  44. 44. DRUGS
  45. 45. EXAMPLE: ZANTAC
  46. 46. NIH National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) Source: Natural Standards  Evidence-based information about complementary and alternative therapies MEDLINEPLUS: HERBS AND SUPPLEMENTS
  47. 47. NC LIVE Browse Subjects Health and Wellness Information Center National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine http://nccam.nih.gov/
  48. 48. http://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov/ Developed to aid in the identification of unknown solid dosage pharmaceuticals Enables users to identify solid dosage forms based on physical criteria: imprint (characters or number printed on a medication), shape, color, size, and scoring. Users are shown thumbnail images of possible matches. These images are continually updated as the user enters additional information.
  49. 49. http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/ • High quality information about marketed drugs • Includes FDA labels (package inserts)
  50. 50. Roger was told that ginkgo biloba is a good supplement to take. He comes to ask you if there are any risks of taking it. 1. What will your answer be? 2. What resource did you use to answer this question? EXERCISE
  51. 51. H T T P : / / I 1 2 7 5 . P H O T O B U C K E T . C O M / A L B U M S / Y 4 4 6 / P O R S C H A L I N K / J A S M I N E % 2 0 P O R S C H E % 2 0 C E N T R E / A N Y Q U E S T I O N S _ Z P S 6 3 0 9 3 1 6 A . J P G
  52. 52. PART 4: MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION RESOURCES
  53. 53. AMERICAN HERITAGE DICTIONARY DEFINITION OF “MENTAL HEALTH” What is “mental health”: “1. A state of emotional and psychological well-being in which an individual is able to use his or her cognitive and emotional capabilities, function in society, and meet the ordinary demands of every day life. 2. A branch of medicine that deals with the achievement and maintenance of psychological well-being 3. A person’s overall emotional and psychological condition “
  54. 54. • Lots of resources exist for health information • Pubmed (MEDLINE) • CINAHL, etc. • Lots of resources exists for sociology • Sociology Abstracts (not in
  55. 55. PubMed treats mental health differently in the MeSH hierarchy than “physical” health • Diseases category vs. Psychiatry & Psychological category • Category includes mechanisms, disorders, processes, and discipline • Mental Health: “The
  56. 56. • Academic Search Complete • National Institute of Mental Health
  57. 57. ACCESSING DATABASES FROM NC LIVE
  58. 58. ACADEMIC SEARCH COMPLETE
  59. 59. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH
  60. 60. Roger wants more information on eating disorders because he is noticing that his wife is becoming too thin. He wants to clarify some myths about eating disorders that he heard from his co-worker? 1. Can you tell him two myths that are not correct? 2 What resource did you use? H T T P : / / R E C R U I T E R P O E T . C O M / 2 0 1 1 / 1 0 / 1 8 / R E F L E C T I O N S - O F - F A M I L Y - Q U O T E S - A N D - P I C T U R E S / EXERCISE
  61. 61. *Use NC Live databases to find health information *Identify the basic guidelines for providing health information *Locate credible consumer health information *Answer basic nursing or mental health questions *Identify basic drug information guidelines *Answer drug/pharmaceutical related questions Re-visitObjectives
  62. 62. Workshop evaluation - www.surveymonkey.com/s/NCLIVEhealt h Thank you! Brenda Linares, MLIS , AHIP blinares@unc.edu

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