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Running a journal club
Sheila Webber and Marshall Dozier
June 2015, EAHI...
Roberts, Matthew, Marlon Perera, Nathan Lawrentschuk, Diana Romanic, Nathan Papa, Damien Bolton.
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Running a journal club


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Handout for a session on Running a journal club by Sheila Webber and Marshall Dozier The session was on 10 June 2015, at the EAHIL+ICAHIS+ICLC 2015 conference

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Running a journal club

  1. 1. Running a journal club Sheila Webber and Marshall Dozier June 2015, EAHIL+ICAHIS+ICLC 2015 Selected articles: Librarian-related Balling, Gitte, Lise Alsted Henrichsen, and Laura Skouvig. “Digital reading groups: renewing the librarian image.” New Library World 109, no. 1/2 (2008): 56-64. Barsky, Eugene. “A Library Journal Club as a Tool for Current Awareness and Open Communication: University of British Columbia case study.” Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Practice & Research 4, no. 2 (2009): 1-4. Deenadayalan, Y, K Grimmer-Somers, M Prior, and S Kumar. “How to run an effective journal club: a systematic review.” Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 14, no. 5 (October 2008): 898-911. Doney, Liz, and Wendy Stanton. “Facilitating evidence-based librarianship: a UK experience.” Health Information & Libraries Journal 20 (2003): 76-78. Haglund, L., and D. Herron. “Implementing EBLIP to stimulate professional development.” Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries 4, no. 3 (2008): 3. Hickman, Theodore, and Lisa Allen. “A librarians journal club: A forum for sharing ideas and experiences.” College & Research Libraries News 66, no. 9 (2005): 642-644. Kean, Emily B.. “Creating an online journal club using” American Journal of Nursing 113, no. 3. (March 2013): 61-5. Kraemer, Elizabeth W. “Keeping Up With the Journals: A Library Journal Club at Oakland University.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 33, no. 1 (2007): 136-137. Pearce-Smith, Nicola. “A journal club is an effective tool for assisting librarians in the practice of evidence-based librarianship: a case study.” Health Information & Libraries Journal 23, no. 1 (2006): 32-40. Seago, B L, A S Horne, and P Croom. “Journal club with a mission” Bulletin of the medical library association, 82 (1994): 73-76. Young, P. and L. Vilelle. “The Prevalence and Practices of Academic Library Journal Clubs” The journal of academic librarianship 37, no. 2 (2011): 130–136. Selected articles: medical and healthcare related Forsen, James W, James M Hartman, and J Gail Neely. “Tutorials in clinical research, part VIII: Creating a journal club.” The Laryngoscope 113, no. 3 (March 2003): 475-83. Goodfellow, Linda. “Can a Journal Club Bridge the Gap Between Research and Practice?” Nurse Educator 29, no. 3 (2004): 107-110. Markert, R J. “A research methods and statistics journal club for residents.” Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 64, no. 4 (April 1989): 223-4. Newswander, L. K., and M. Borrego. “Using journal clubs to cultivate a community of practice at the graduate level.” European Journal of Engineering Education 34, no. 6 (2009): 561-571. Phillips, Rs, and P. Glasziou. “What makes evidence-based journal clubs succeed?” Evidence-Based Medicine 9, no. 4 (July 2004): 100-100. Potin, Monique. “Le journal club, un mode de formation centre sur lʼinformation documentaire: le cas des milieux medicaux.” Documentation et Bibliotheques 28, no. 4 (1982): 139-144. Price, David W, and Kate G Felix. “Journal clubs and case conferences: from academic tradition to communities of practice.” The Journal of continuing education in the health professions 28, no. 3 (January 2008): 123-30.
  2. 2. Roberts, Matthew, Marlon Perera, Nathan Lawrentschuk, Diana Romanic, Nathan Papa, Damien Bolton. “Globalization of continuing professional development by journal clubs via microblogging: a systematic review.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 17, no. 4 (April 2015) e103. Steenbeek, Audrey, Nancy Edgecombe, Joel Durling, Adele LeBlanc, Rosemary Anderson, and Ruth Bainbridge. “Using an interactive journal club to enhance nursing research knowledge acquisition, appraisal, and application.” International journal of nursing education scholarship 6, no. 1 (January 2009): Article12. Wilson, Marian, Suzanna Ice, Cathy Y. Nakashima, Lynn Annette Cox, Elizabeth C. Morse, Ginu Philip, Ellen Vuong. “Striving for evidence-based practice innovations through a hybrid model journal club: A pilot study.” Nurse education today 35, no. 5 (May 2015): 657-662. Journal club websites  Blog post Information Literacy journal club  HLA Journal Club [wiki] (health librarians, Australia: appraisals: does not appear to have been active this year)  Oxfordshire librarians journal club: journal club for health care librarians and information specialists. [website] (appraisals) Latest activity in 2012  University of Saskatchewan. Centre for Evidence Based Library & Information Practice C-EBLIP Journal Club (not an online club, but useful blog posts from each session, and it is still going)  University of Western Australia Librarians Journal Club [Mendeley list of articles:]  ACRL Maryland chapter online [Blackboard Collaborate] journal club: April meeting  Information Literacy Journal Club in Second Life, dates: Journal clubs in library and information schools  Example report from the journal club at UCL  At Sheffield University Information school we have a monthly face to face discussion of articles relevant to critical librarianship. They are face to face but usually there are some tweets using #critLIS Support for Journal Clubs  Basildon Healthcare Journal Club Support Service (useful templates)  University of Texas  Cochrane Journal Club page (support material for clinical articles)  HLwiki International web page with guidelines for journal clubs etc.