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In defence of librarian-mediated searching: a skill that supports evidence-based research and practice
(International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) annual conference 2008, Québec, Canada, 2008-08-10)
Librarians at the Bracken Health Sciences Library, Queen’s University, Canada support evidence-based research and practice in a number of ways. Teaching sessions are offered as part of the curricula in Nursing, Medicine ...
Developing information literacy skills in nursing and rehabilitation therapy students.
The environment in which nurses and rehabilitation therapists practice is rapidly evolving, resulting in changes in the skill sets and competencies required of new graduates. Evidence-based practice models, for example, ...
Librarian and Faculty Partnerships: Teaching, Technology and Triumphs
The primary goal of librarian and faculty partnerships in Bracken Health Sciences Library, Queen’s University, is to provide information literacy training to health care practitioners beginning in their student years and ...
The librarian is in: a consultation model for information literacy formative assessment
Formative assessment was introduced in Rehabilitation Therapy students’ information literacy programs in Fall Term 2006 in the course OT/PT 892: Evidence-Based Practice. It was subsequently employed in the Winter Term ...
Snowed under: geospatial data literacy for health students
Objectives: To integrate geospatial literacy into graduate level public health library instruction in order to develop data and information visualization skills. Methods: The ability to represent large and complex data ...
Asking clinical questions and searching for the evidence in Evidence-based rehabilitation: a guide to practice
(Slack, Thorofare, NJ, 2008)