Author Archives: Amy Donahue

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MLA ’13 From the Field: Day 1, Part 1

This set of posts details to some extent my experiences at the 2013 MLA annual meeting in Boston, a joint meeting, with the overarching theme of One Health, with the International Congress on Medical Librarianship (ICML), the International Conference of Animal Health Information Specialists (ICAHIS), and the International Clinical Librarian Conference (ICLC). Continue reading

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Good morning, Midwest Chapter

I apologize. I’m having all sorts of technical difficulties – hopefully this post looks okay as nothing is actually showing up in my editing window…But the ConnectMidwest site was down last night and back up after a good night’s sleep, … Continue reading

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Paper Presentations – Kathy Schilling’s “Knocking it out of the park for cancer symptom support”

The abstract: Knocking it Out of the Park for Cancer Symptom Support:  Lessons Learned in the Development and Evaluation of a Cancer Patient Self-Management System Texas, 3:00pm-3:50pm Presenter: Katherine Schilling, Ed.D.  Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, Indiana University, … Continue reading

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Paper Presentations: Stephanie Schulte’s “Teaming Up with Nursing to Put Evidence into Action at an Academic Medical Center”

First, the abstract: Teaming Up with Nursing to Put Evidence into Action at an Academic Medical Center Michigan, 11:00am-11:50am Presenter: Stephanie J. Schulte, Assistant Professor, Education & Reference Services Coordinator, OSU Health Sciences Library, Columbus, Ohio Authors: Stephanie J. Schulte, … Continue reading

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Midwest Twitterers?

If you haven’t noticed, the badge on the right hand side of this blog features the tweets of Midwest Twitter fiends.  If you’re a Midwest Chapter member and would like to be added to the list, please e-mail me at … Continue reading

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MLA Annual Conference

Another wonderful MLA conference has come and gone, this one in our own midwestern backyard.  For those who were there, I hope you had as a good a time as I did, that you’ve had a chance to recover, and … Continue reading

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Time = Money

Hopefully by now we’ve all seen the great Time=Money poster created and made available to us by the lovely folk at the GMR (check out the “Promoting Your Library” page for more!).  It was love at first sight for me … Continue reading

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Always wanted to be a star? Now you’ve got 2 chances!

The year is still young and already the YouTube opportunities abound. With promises of prizes! MLA “Revitalizing Your Message” Submissions Due: February 11 This “contest” invites you to be part of the Cancer Section’s MLA 2011 program (co-sponsored by Public … Continue reading

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Call for Member News!

On behalf of our great newsletter, MIDLINE, I’m soliciting any and all member news. What’s going on in your state/community/organization/life? We’d love to hear updates from you as individuals, as well as from groups like the Health Sciences Libraries of … Continue reading

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Medical Libraries & MLK Jr. Day

(apologies for the lack of an early January post; I need to create a buffer of post topics…e-mail any suggestions to adonahue (at) umn (dot) edu!) Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!  Many medical libraries will be closed or have … Continue reading

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