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Innovations in Health Sciences Librarianship
A presentation on innovations in the delivery of library services for students and faculty in the health sciences.
A Paradigm Shift: Transforming Collection Development to Meet the Needs of Users
Objectives: For the past few years, this health sciences library has been ordering eBooks in addition to ordering books in print. Over time, the library has experienced a shift in increased eBook acquisitions versus print. ...
Anatomy Touch Table Project
Objectives : The library has seen great usage in its anatomical model collection but struggles to meet patron demand during peak times. The objective of this project was to improve patron experience and utilization of ...
Melting Away: Sifting through the Special Snowflakes
Medical practice books tend to become quickly outdated as clinical practice changes with ever-evolving research. For the past few years, Laupus Health Sciences Library has been ordering eBooks in addition to ordering books ...
MEDLINE via PubMed Search Strategy for Cox et al., A systematic review of high-risk environmental circumstances for adolescent drinking
This is the MEDLINE via PubMed search strategy used to identify articles for a systematic review examining the environmental context of high-risk adolescent alcohol consumption. The search strategy was mapped across other ...
Search Strategy for the Identification of Studies Examining Affective Response to Foreigner-Directed Speech
This is the full set of search strategies for a systematic review examining the emotional and affective perceptions of foreigner-directed speech. Databases searched include: MEDLINE via PubMed, PscyINFO, CINAHL, Linguistics ...
Into the Trenches: Collaborating with Medical Students
Objective: After the successful implementation of a study room project to increase medical students’ use of the library’s physical spaces, the liaison librarian for the School of Medicine was challenged to increase medical ...
House Calls at The Country Doctor Museum: Museum Serves Rural Community with Mobile Health Units
Symposium poster describes the efforts by The Country Doctor Museum, a small history of rural medicine museum, to meet its community's need for access to health screening and information through the use of mobile health units.
Navigating Uncharted Waters: Creating a culture of assessment
Aim: To make assessment a fully integrated part of operations in order produce more data driven decision-making? Methods: This poster will be a case study of integrating assessment and analysis of data into operational ...
Discussing the Past and Envisioning the Future: A History of the Health Sciences Lecture Series
The Medical History Interest Group (MHIG) was established in the fall of 2001 by the Laupus Library History Collections in collaboration with the School of Medicine’s Medical Humanities department. The purpose was to sponsor ...