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MLA'17 Program Session 4

Is your schedule full yet?  Check out the 4th Program Session, Tuesday, May 30th from 3 pm - 4:25 pm for topics on health disparities, diverse populations, library roles in curriculum and data management, web maximization as well as outreach and marketing.  Don't miss the Lightning Talks session!


Session: Daring to Design: Librarian Roles in Curriculum
Moderator: Nena Schvaneveldt, AHIP – Roseman University Library
    1 - Dare Your Students to Debate: An Innovative and Collaborative Approach to Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine
    2 - Patient Cases, Sticky Notes, and String: Teaching Undergraduate Students to Use a Reference Information Model (RIM) for Capturing Clinical Data
    3 - Daring to Do Problem-Based Learning in Undergraduate Nursing: Teaching Information Literacy and Evidence-Based Practice Skills through Scenario-Based Projects
    4 - Developing Competency-Based Data Literacy Instruction for Tiered Integration into Nursing Education
    5 - Do the Flip: Using the Flipped Classroom Model to Deliver Information Literacy Instruction


Session: Daring to Serve All: Medical Librarian Engagement with Diverse Populations
Moderator: Cecilia Railey, AHIP – KentuckyOne Health - Saint Joseph Hospital Lexington
     1 - LGBTQ2+ Health Research, Resources, and Promotion: Building an Academic, Hospital, and Public Library Partnership to Support Pride Health Needs and Information
     2 - Dare to Dream: Promoting Indigenous Children's Interest in Health Professions through Book Collections
     3 - Research Services for the Functionally Diverse
     4 - Developing Locally Relevant, Easy-to-Read HIV/AIDS Print Resources
     5 - Field Testing--and Improving--a Health Advocacy Web-Based Curriculum


Session: Data Librarians: Daring to Move Beyond Traditional Roles
Moderator: Peace Ossom Williamson – University of Texas at Arlington
     1 - “Databrarians” and Beyond: Competencies, Education, and Requirements for an Emerging Role
     2 - Adding to the Evidence: A Survey of Faculty Research Data Management Practices and Needs
     3 - Training in Support of Data-Driven Research: A Qualitative Study of Library Workshops in Top National Institutes of Health-Funded and National Science Foundation-Funded Universities
     4 - REDCap and Trade: Negotiating a Library Role in Clinical Research Data Management
     5 - Visualizing Success: Development of a Data Visualization Service in an Academic Medical Library


Session: Environmental Health: Addressing Health Disparities at the Source
Moderator: Kate Flewelling – National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Middle Atlantic Region


Session: From Dreaming to Doing: Implementing Research Assessment Services
Moderator: Kristi L. Holmes – Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine


Session: Lightning Talks 3
     1 - Hosting a Science Hack Day...and You Can Too!
     2 - Clinical Decision Making for Dental Students: The Outcomes of a Collaborative Evidence-Based Curriculum Designed by Dental Faculty and Health Sciences Librarians
     3 - Developing an Ontology Research Guide
     4 - An Evidence Mapping Approach to Discovering Roles of Librarians in Systematic Reviews
     5 - Dream Big: Hosting a MakerHealth Faire
     6 - Development of Data Science Education Resources for Use by Anyone, Anywhere
     7 - Online Research Data Management Training Modules for Health Sciences Librarians
     8 - Pass Rates and Partnerships: Addressing Changes to the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) and Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE)
     9 - Rigor and Reproducibility Opens the Door for a Required Library Course for Doctoral (PhD) Students
     10 - A Systematic What? Implementing a Systematic Review Service in a Circum-Medical Setting
     11 - Dream, Dare, Do: Rethinking Library Strategy
     12 - Visualizing PubMed: Displaying Search Results by Topic, Region, and Time
     13 - Teaching Together: Combining Diverse Expertise into Collaborative Interdisciplinary Instruction
     14 - Global Health Outreach: Organizing a Book Drive for Malawi
     15 - Library Participation in Center for Transdisciplinary Evidence-Based Practice (CTEP) Evidence-Based Practice Education


Session: Maximizing the Web: Doing What we Do Best
Moderator: Michelle Fiander – Eccles Health Sciences Library
     1 - Level Up: Modern Web Trends for Libraries
     2 - Search Engine Optimization and Health Libraries: Does Optimizing for Google Impact Library Site Visibility?
     3 - E-Channel: Publishing the Work of Dreamers
     4 - Up in the Air: Using the Airwatch Mobile Device Management Platform to Provide Access to Core Clinical Apps
     5 - Getting the Champagne out of the Bottle: Koha as a Local Authors Catalog


Session: Practical Approaches to Assessing Outreach and Marketing Initiatives at Your Library
Moderator: Stephanie Swanberg, AHIP – Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
Moderator: Lara Handler – Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
     1 - Lessons Learned from Marketing Health Information Services to Underserved Community Members
     2 - Assessment of Marketing Library Services to Hospital Clinicians
     3 - Using Google Analytics to Assess the Library’s Social Media Presence
     4 - Effectiveness of Marketing a New Informationist Program


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