Professionalism & Leadership

Immersion Session

Searching Clinically: How to Search, Find, and Assess Information at the Point of Care, Part 2

Sunday, May 5
4:30 PM - 5:55 PM
Room: Columbus EF (East Tower, Ballroom/Gold Level)

Working with health care teams at the point of care requires clinical awareness and the ability to quickly locate and assess case-relevant information. Through presentations, demonstrations, group activities, and discussion, you will learn about and practice how to quickly meet clinician information needs. This exceptional, double session is for librarians who work in a clinical setting, participate in rounds, or provide instruction at point of care.

Part 2 focuses on searching techniques that rapidly locate high-quality, case-relevant information, particularly for challenging clinical questions, using PubMed and other specialized point-of-care or evidence-based medicine resources, quickly judging quality and relevance of located information, and identifying the best methods of communication and information delivery.

Ellen Aaronson, AHIP

Librarian
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, Minnesota

Ellen Aaronson, AHIP, works remotely as a Librarian for the Mayo Clinic Libraries in Rochester, MN. Ellen is the Co-Editor of the JMLA Resource Review Section and sits on the MLA Communities Strategic Goal Task Force and the MLA Annual Meeting Innovation Task Force. She also serves as the Socious Community Manager for the Hospital Libraries Section of MLA, and is a co-convener for the newly created MLA Solo SIG.

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Kerry Dhakal, MA

Assistant Professor/Research and Education Librarian
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH

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Rebecca C. McCall, phd, AHIP

Clinical Librarian
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Rebecca McCall, MLS, AHIP is a Clinical Librarian in the Health Sciences Library at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. She works with research and patient care teams in UNC Health Care, supporting interprofessional practice, evidence based medicine, graduate medical education, quality improvement, and local, national, and international research. Rebecca is a member of the UNC-Chapel Hill Interprofessional Education and Practice steering committee and a co-convener of the MLA Interprofessional Education SIG.

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Jennifer A. Lyon, AHIP

Librarian
Children's Mercy Kansas City
Kansas City, Missouri

Jennifer A. Lyon, MEd, MLIS, MS, is a Clinical Medical Librarian at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. She has 20 years of experience in academic medical and hospital libraries, going into librarianship as a second career after working in the biotechnology industry. She has published over 2 dozen articles and book chapters, mostly in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams. Her interests include clinical librarianship, medical education, education for clinical librarians, systematic reviews and evidence-based practice, pediatrics, emergency medicine, infectious disease, and health literacy.

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