New scholarships for chapter meeting! Apply NOW!

Exciting news from the Midwest Chapter/Medical Library Association Awards and Scholarships Committee!  We’ve been listening to our members, and after approval at the Board meeting last week, the awards to support attendance at the Midwest Chapter Annual Meeting just got BETTER!!!

There is a NEW award to support meeting attendance that is open to anyone (not just students and first-time attendees), and now all meeting support awards include a FREE full conference registration as well as $500 to help cover your travel.  Additionally, the deadlines have been moved to May 17th, to give you much more time to plan for conference attendance.

Check out the awards page for complete eligibility and application

information: midwestmla.org/committees/awards/

Annual Meeting Grant (midwestmla.org/committees/awards/)

Supports the attendance of librarians and library how to buy propecia online staff at the Chapter’s Annual Meeting. Two $500 awards with free, full conference registration are available each year.

First-Time Attendee Annual Meeting Grant (midwestmla.org/committees/awards/)

Supports the first-time attendance of Midwest Chapter members at the Chapter’s Annual Meeting. Two $500 awards with free full conference registration are available each year.

Learn more about the 2013 annual meeting, held in East Peoria, IL from October 4-8: hsli.org/midwestmla2013/

Also, don’t forget that papers and posters are eligible for Research Awards!  More info at midwestmla.org/committees/awards/

Applications are due to Jere Odell by May 17th, 2013, so don’t delay!

If you have any questions, contact Liz Fine Weinfurter (eweinfur at umn dot edu or 612-624-6492) or Jere Odell (jdodell at iupui dot edu  or 317-274-5992).

Midwest members at MLA ’13: Events on 5/7

Poster Session 3: 12-1pm

66. Contribution of Librarians to a Fellowship in Academic Medicine Program

Heather A. McEwen, Reference Librarian; Rienne Johnson, Reference Librarian; Ellen Whiting, Associate Director, Faculty Development; Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH

71. Seeking out New Blood (and Brains!) for Section Membership through Quick Response (QR) Codes and Zombies

Marie T. Ascher, AHIP, Associate Director, User Services, Health Sciences Library, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY; Beth C. Whipple, AHIP, Research Informationist and Assistant Librarian, Ruth Lilly Medical Library, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN

79. SHHH: An Evidence-Based Bibliography for Keeping Hospitals Quiet

Mindwell S. Egeland, Director, Patients Library, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, IA; Meredith Scherb, Librarian, Patients Library, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, IA; Jen DeBerg, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City

99. Standing up for Wellness: One Library’s Goal to Move Library Staff

Ann Farrell, Librarian, Mayo Clinic Libraries, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; Melissa Rethlefsen, AHIP, Education Technology Librarian, Learning Resource Center, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; Leah C. Osterhaus Trzasko, Health Science Librarian, Health Science Library, Mayo Clinic Health System, La Crosse, WI

195. User Communities and Discovery

Nicole R. Theis-Mahon, Head, Collection Development and Acquisitions, Bio-Medical Library, University of Minnesota–Minneapolis

203. Using Quick Response (QR) Codes to Discover E-Books

Michelle Kraft, AHIP, Senior Medical Librarian, Cleveland Clinic Alumni Library, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

240. If You Build It, They Will Come: Developing and Conducting Scholarly Communications Faculty Forums

Katherine V. Chew, Associate Director, Research, Collections, and Access Services, Health Sciences Libraries, University of Minnesota–Minneapolis

248. Building Evidence-Based Practice Skills in Medical Students with a Four-Year Curriculum Integrated Plan

Amy Blevins, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City

292. Online Education at the Point of Need: Growing a Video Program in a Time of Change and Constraints

Carol Shannon, Liaison and Information Services Librarian; Nadia Lalla, Coordinator, Collections and Information Services; Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

Poster Session 4: 1:30-2:30pm

4. One Online Site: A New Paradigm for MLA Concurrent Session Planning?

Ramune K. Kubilius, AHIP, Collection Development and Special Projects Librarian, Galter Health Sciences Library, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; Melissa Rethlefsen, AHIP, Education Technology Librarian, Learning Resource Center, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

104. Evidence-Based Practice for Medical Students in a Family Medicine Clerkship: Collaborative, Active Learning for Clinical Decision Skills

Tagalie Heister, Clinical Medical Librarian; Frank order ultram 50mg Davis, AHIP, Research and Education Librarian; Rick Brewer, Assistant Director, Research and Education; Archana Kudrimoti, Director; Janice Kuperstein, Co-Director, Family Medicine Clerkship; Shari Levy, Program Coordinator, Family Medicine Clerkship; University of Kentucky–Lexington

192. Mapping the Literature of Oncology Nursing, 2007-2009

Mary E. Hitchcock, Historical Services Librarian, Ebling Library, University of Wisconsin–Madison

212. One Health Trends Revealed through Veterinary School Bibliometrics

Barbara Hamel, Collections and Information Services Librarian, Steenbock Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin–Madison; Jessica R. Page, AHIP, Assistant Professor and Head, Veterinary Medicine Library, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; Heather K. Moberly, AHIP, Coordinator, Veterinary Services, Medical Sciences Library, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; Gregory Youngen, Associate Dean, Library Services, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN

241. Students, Librarians, and a Practice-Based Research Network: A Transformative Collaboration

Beth Layton, AHIP, Director; Susan Labuda-Schrop, Vice Chair, Administration and Community Outreach; Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH

Session 19: International Clinical Librarian Conference 2: Emerging Roles for Health Librarians and Finding New Information in Novel Places 1:30-3pm

1 – Librarians, Educators, and Technologists: A Collaborative Approach to Mobile Resource Instruction (Rm. 310, 1:35-1:55pm)

Christopher Chapman Media Services Manager, Medical School, University of Michigan; Laurence Kirchmeier Technologist, Medical School, University of Michigan; Mark P. MacEachern Liaison Services Librarian, Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan; Carol Shannon Liaison and Information Services Librarian, Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan; Whitney Townsend Liaison Services Librarian and Coordinator, Health Sciences Executive Research Service, Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan

Session 31: One Need: Supporting Nursing and Health Sciences Provider Practice in a Diverse World 3-4:30pm

1 – Information Empowerment: Predeparture Training for Faculty and Students in Global Health (Rm. 311, 3:05-3:25)

Gurpreet Rana Global Health Coordinator, Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan

4 – Supporting Nursing Researchers and Practitioners Worldwide: Mapping the Literature of Public Health and Community Nursing (Rm. 311, 4:05-4:25)

Anne Beschnett Liaison and Outreach Librarian, Bio-Medical Library, University of Minnesota; Elizabeth Fine Weinfurter Associate Librarian, Liaison and Instruction, Bio-Medical Library, University of Minnesota

Session 27: Top Technology Trends VI 6-7:30pm

1 – Integrating Library Resources into Course Management Systems: Meeting the Students Where They Live (Rm. 312, 6:05-6:18pm)

Megan Besaw Liaison, College of Allied Health Sciences and College of Health and Human Performance, William E. Laupus Health Sciences Library, East Carolina University; Amy Blevins Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa

 

 

Midwest members at MLA ’13: Events on 5/6

Session 1: International Congress on Medical Librarianship 2: Trustworthy and Authoritative Publicly Available Information 10:30am-12pm

3 – Information Connections: Providing Access, Linking Communities (Rm. 309, 11:15-11:35am)

Mary Keen Director, Pediatric Program, Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital; Nalini Mahajan Director and Webmaster, Marianjoy Medical Library, Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital; Kathleen Ruroede Vice President, Quality and Research, Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital

Session 4: The Cancer Spectrum: Living, Surviving, and End-of-Life Issues 10:30am-12pm

3 – The Development and Deployment of a Symptom Management and Monitoring System for Supporting Cancer Caregivers (Rm. 301, 11:15-11:35am)

Robert Comer Faculty, School of Informatics, Indiana University; Anna McDaniel Chancellor, School of Nursing, Indiana University; Katherine Schilling Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Session 36:Integrating Our Expertise: Engaging Our Partners in Resources at the Bench or at the Point of Care (10:30-12pm)

1 – Integrating Patient Education across the Continuum of Care: Linking Materials to the Electronic Medical Record, the Public Website, and Internal Resources and Tools (Rm. 313, 10:35-10:55am)

Ruti Volk, AHIP Patient Education Librarian, Patient Education Center, University of Michigan Health System

3 – An Interdisciplinary Collaboration to Design a Next-Generation, Evidence-Based Radiology Report (Rm. 313, 11:15-11:35am)

Terry Adam Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Care and Health Systems, University of Minnesota; Brent Backhaus Department of Radiology, University of Minnesota; Jonathan B. Koffel Clinical Information Librarian, Bio-Medical Library, University of Minnesota; Joseph A. Konstan Distinguished McKnight Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota; Brandon Maus Student, Macalester College; John Riedl Distinguished McKnight Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota; Kenny Shores Research Assistant, Computer Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota; Dan Steinberger Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology, University of Minnesota

Poster Session 2: 1:30-2:30pm

210. One for All and All for One: Use of an Institutional Repository and Open Access Journals by Library Staff

Leah C. Osterhaus Trzasko, Health Science Librarian, Health Science Library, Mayo Clinic Health System, La Crosse, WI; Melissa Rethlefsen, AHIP, Education Technology Librarian, Learning Resource Center, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; Ann Farrell, Librarian, Mayo Clinic Libraries, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

271. Evidence-Based Medicine Integration into Medicine Curriculum

Heather A. McEwen, Reference Librarian, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH; Rienne Johnson, Reference Librarian, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH; LuAnne M. Stockton, Course Coordinator, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH; Beth Layton, AHIP, Director, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH; Janice M. Spalding, Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH; Lisa N. Weiss, Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH; David M. Sperling, Associate Professor, Family Medicine, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Akron, OH

275. Redesigning an Online Public Access Catalog through Usability Testing

Demetria Patrick, Technology Librarian; Beth Layton, AHIP, Director; Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, OH

287. Foreign Language Consumer Health Information: Collaboration with Public Libraries

Pamela S. Bradigan, AHIP, Director and Assistant Vice President; Lynda J. Hartel, AHIP, Associate Director, Knowledge Integration; Abigail Jones, Consumer Health Librarian; Health Sciences Library, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Session 23: International Conference of Animal Health Information Specialists 2: Animal Health Librarians Collaborating Globally 1:30-3pm

1 – Using a Decision Matrix to Create a Core List of Veterinary Monographs (Rm. 305, 1:35-1:50pm)

Fiona J. L. Brown Liaison Librarian, Lady Smith of Kelvin Veterinary Library, University of Edinburgh; Esther Carrigan, AHIP Associate Dean and Director, Medical Sciences Library, Texas A&M University; Vicki F. Croft, AHIP Head, Animal Health Library, Washington State University; Diana Farmer Content Development Librarian, Hale Library, Kansas State University; Heather K. Moberly, AHIP Coordinator, Veterinary Services, Medical Sciences Library, Texas A&M University; Jessica R. Page, AHIP Assistant Professor and Head, Veterinary Medicine Library, Ohio State University; Ana Ugaz, AHIP Resources Management Librarian, Medical Sciences Library, Texas A&M University

Session 18: International Clinical Librarian Conference 1: Quality Assurance for Clinical Librarians, Informationists and Embedded Librarians 1:30-3pm

1 – Starting from Scratch: Establishing a Role for an Informationist on Rounds (Rm. 310, 1:35-1:50pm)

Alison Aldrich Clinical Informationist, Health Sciences Library, Ohio State University; Stephanie J. Schulte Assistant Professor and Education and Reference Services Coordinator, Health Sciences Library, Ohio State University

Session 29: Educating for the New Jobs Now: From Library Education to Professional Development and Beyond 3-4:30pm

1 – No More Baby Librarians: The Expanding Disconnect Between the Realities of the Master’s of Library Science Degree and Expectations of Professional Practice (Rm. 309, 3:05-3:25pm)

Katherine Schilling Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Session 5: Promoting Healthy Nutrition and Natural Remedies for Environmental Health and Wellness in Humans and Animals 3-4:30pm

1 – Digging WELLness: One Library’s Goal to Eat Healthier (Rm. 301, 3:05-3:30pm)

Ann Farrell Librarian, Mayo Clinic Libraries, Mayo Clinic; Leah C. Osterhaus Trzasko Health Science Librarian, Health Science Library, Mayo Clinic Health System; Melissa Rethlefsen, AHIP Education Technology Librarian, Learning Resource Center, Mayo Clinic

Midwest members at MLA ’13: Events on 5/5

Poster Session 1: 1:30-2:30pm

37. Analysis of Published Papers Supported by Cleveland Health Sciences Library Systematic Review Service

Mike McGraw, AHIP, Reference and User Services Librarian, Cleveland Health Sciences Library, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

81. Development of an International Ophthalmology Clearinghouse

Gale A. Oren, AHIP, Librarian; Gurpreet Rana, Global Health Coordinator; University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

101. Evaluating and Improving Library Instruction for Nursing

Heidi Meitz Schroeder, Health Sciences Librarian, Michigan State University Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

109. Facilitating the Development of an Evidence-Based Toolkit by Collaborators at Multiple Institutions: Tools and Approaches for Managing the Search, Review, and Writing Processes

Elizabeth Fine Weinfurter, Associate Librarian, Liaison and Instruction, Bio-Medical Library, University of Minnesota–Minneapolis

121. Genetics through the Ages: An Academic Health System’s Global Impact

Irina Zeylikovich, University Library Associate; Erin Kerby, Special Projects Assistant; Merle Rosenzweig, Librarian, Liaison and Research; University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

145. Impact of Embedded Librarianship on Online Journal Clubs

Emily B. Kean, Electronic Resources Librarian, James N. Gamble Library, The Christ Hospital Health Network, Cincinnati, OH

165. Inter-Institutional Sharing of Veterinary Specialty Boards Reading Lists Using LibGuides

Jessica R. Page, AHIP, Assistant Professor and Head, Veterinary Medicine Library, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; Heather K. Moberly, AHIP, Coordinator, Veterinary Services, Medical Sciences Library, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; Vicki F. Croft, AHIP, Head, Animal Health Library, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; Ann Viera, Associate Professor, Veterinary Librarian, Pendergrass Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine Library, University of Tennessee–Knoxville; Laura Rey, Senior Library Technical Assistant II, William E. Brock Memorial Library, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK

185. Library as Outreach Destination for Youth: Getting them Excited about Medical Professions

Jen DeBerg, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Sarah Andrews, Access Services Supervisor, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa CIty; Linda Walton, Director, Hardin Library and UI Branch Libraries, and Associate University Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries, University of Iowa–Iowa CIty; Christopher Childs, Education and Outreach Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Amy Blevins, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City

197. Native Cancer Information Resource Center and Learning Exchange (CIRCLE) Enables All Native American Providers with Resources and Services

Dawn Littleton, AHIP, Head, Public Services; Judith Salmon Kaur, Medical Director; Lisa A. Baethke, Program Coordinator; Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

225. Organization and Outreach: Building a Microsoft Access Database to Improve Circulation Service to Our Community

Tiffany Tawzer, Technology Coordinator, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Greater Midwest Region, Library of the Health Sciences, University of Illinois–Chicago; Melissa Theroux, Evening and Weekend Library Coordinator, Hirsh Health Sciences Library, Tufts University, Boston, MA; Amy R. Lapidow, Associate Librarian, Information Services and Circulation, Hirsh Health Sciences Library, Tufts University, Boston, MA; Gail Y. Hendler, Associate Provost and Director, Health Sciences Library, Loyola University Chicago, Maywood, IL

250. Collaboration as a Means of Developing Better Online Tutorials

Jen DeBerg, Clinical Education Librarian; Christopher Childs, Education and Outreach Librarian; Amy Blevins, Clinical Education Librarian; Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City

266. Top Down versus Bottom Up: The Social Construction of the Health Literacy Movement

Jeffrey T. Huber, Director and Professor, School of Library and Information Science, University of Kentucky–Lexington; Robert M. Shapiro II, Public Health Librarian, Chandler Medical Center Library, University of Kentucky–Lexington; Mary L. Gillaspy, Manager, Health Learning Centers, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL

270. Data Management Needs Assessment

Xiaomei Gu, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Shawn Averkamp, Data Services Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Nicole Saylor, Head, Digital Research and Publishing, University of Iowa Libraries, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Linda Walton, Director, Hardin Library and UI Branch Libraries, and Associate University Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries, University of Iowa–Iowa City

Session 39: Cultural Differences in Scholarly Practice: Diversity in Creation, Dissemination, Use, and Abuse of Intellectual Output  4:30-6pm

1 – It Takes a Village: Collaborating to Avoid Plagiarism (Rm. 313, 4:35-4:55pm)

Julie M. Aultman Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Michelle Cudnik Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Department of Internal Medicine, College of Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Rienne Johnson Reference Librarian, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Beth Layton, AHIP Director, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Heather A. McEwen Reference Librarian, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Lisa N. Weiss Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University

Session 37: Librarians as Partners in Addressing Health Disparities 4:30-6PM

3 – Discovering the Library Practices in a Successful Multi-Partnered Community-Based Health Disparities Intervention (Rm. 301, 5:15-5:35pm)

Dawn Littleton, AHIP Head, Public Services, Mayo Clinic Libraries, Mayo Clinic

Session 35: The Role of Librarians/Informationists in the Systematic Review 4:30-6pm

1 – Systematic Review Reporting Quality in General Medical Journals: The Influence of Librarian Authorship (Rm. 311, 4:35-4:55)

Ann Farrell Librarian, Mayo Clinic Libraries, Mayo Clinic; Leah C. Osterhaus Trzasko Health Science Librarian, Health Science Library, Mayo Clinic Health System; Melissa Rethlefsen, AHIP Education Technology Librarian, Learning Resource Center, Mayo Clinic

Midwest members at MLA ’13: CE

CE100 – Making a Difference in Health Care: Patient Safety, a Global Issue with National and International Solutions

This interactive course assists librarians in becoming effective patient and health care advocates, actively involved in patient safety programs in their institutions and beyond. Discover the international breadth of this subject; understand issues related to medical error; and identify focused resources for health professionals, researchers, staff, and patients and families.

Instructors: Holly Ann Burt, AHIP, Outreach and Exhibits Coordinator, National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM), Greater Midwest  Region, Library of the Health Sciences, University of Illinois–Chicago, and Affra S. Al Shamsi, Medical Library Manager and Electronic Resources Consultant, Medical Library, Ministry of Health-Royal Hospital, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman

Saturday May 4, 2013 8:00am – 12:00pm
Hynes Convention Center – Room 303