Midwest Chapter Contributions to 2019 MLA Annual Conference

Thanks to Merle for compiling this list of Midwest Chapter presenters at MLA. Pretty impressive! Note: If an institution is not designated, listed authors represent various libraries.

IMMERSION SESSIONS: 

  • Activate Your Evidence-Based Practice Instruction!  Laura Menard, Hanna Schmillen, Kathryn Houk, Stephanie Swanberg
  • Active Learning and Librarians: An Evolving and Impactful Partnership. Bradley A. Long, Annie Cloud Nickum, Stephanie Schulte, Lori Snyder
  • Closing the Circle with Reflection: Elevating Professional Practice. Jolene M. Miller. University of Toledo
  • My Favorite Tool. Laura Menard. Indiana University
  • Searching Clinically: How to Search, Find, and Assess Information at the Point of Care, Part 2. Ellen Aaronson, Kerry Dhakal, Rebecca McCall, Jennifer Lyon
  • Using an Electronic Lab Notebook System to Promote Data Management Plans at an Academic Medical Center. Erin Foster, Beth Whipple

POSTERS:

  • Data to Inform Precision Dentistry. Sarah Meyer & Chris Childs. University of Iowa
  • Developing a Controlled Vocabulary for Curriculum Mapping. Annie Nickum, Marcia Francis, Kelly Thormodson. University of North Dakota
  •  Development and Validation of a Search Filter in PubMed MEDLINE for Immigrant Health Disparities. Corinne Miller, Annie Wescott, Ramune Kubilius, Eileen Wafford. Northwestern University
  • Librarian Feedback Loops Improve Medical Student Self-Directed Learning. Jonathon Neist and Elizabeth Suelzer. Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Measuring the Impact of a Systematic Review Service. Jen Deberg, Matt Regan, Heather Healy & Chris Childs. University of Iowa
  • Simplifying the Process for Finding Research Funding: A Cross-Campus Collaboration at a Large Academic Institution. Merle Rosenzweig, Judy Smith, Amy Puffenberger, Ann Curtis, Chase Masters. University of Michigan
  • Understanding Our Impact: Analyzing Librarian Involvement with Systematic Reviews. Hannah Craven, Christi Piper, Kristina Palmer. Indiana University

PAPERS:

  • Connecting with Rural Health Care Providers: What Information Do They Need and How Do They Search for It? Results of a Mixed Methods, Multiphase Assessment Project. Marcia Francis, Michael Skinner, Dawn Hackman, Erika Johnson, Kelly Thormodson
  • Elevating Library Learning: Implementing “Self-Directed Learning” as an Educational Framework. Stevo Roksandic, Kenneth Wright. Mount Carmel Health System
  • Increasing Visibility of Research in an Institutional Repository through NCBI LinkOut. Erin Foster. Indiana University
  • Integrating Evidence-Based Medicine Skills into a Medical School Curriculum: A Longitudinal Approach.Laura Menard, Amy Blevins, Kenneth Lazarus. Indiana University
  • Learning and Teaching Evidence-Based Chaplaincy. Kerry Dhakal. Ohio State University
  • Librarians and ECHO: Forging High-Impact Partnerships to Improve LGBTQ+ Health Care Outcomes. Laura Menard. Indiana University
  • Search Strategy Protocol Compliance and Reproducibility in Nursing Systematic Reviews. Kerry Dhakal. Ohio State University
  • Strategies for Library Mergers and Centralizing Library Services.Angela Spencer, Janet Lindsay Hobbs, Linda Schwartz, Patricia Ulmer, Heather J. Martin, Michelle Kraft, Michele Matucheski, Angela Tucker. Memorial Health System, Marietta, OH

LIGHTNING TALKS:

  • Coping Strategies for Impostor Phenomenon among Health Sciences Librarians. Debra Werner, Michelle Bass, Liz Kellermeyer Jill Bar-Walker. University of Chicago
  • Developing an Interactive Tool to Assist in Complying with the NIH Public Access Policy. Merle Rosenzweig, Tyler Nix, Chase Masters. University of Michigan
  • How are researchers documenting their day-to-day activities?Merle Rosenzweig, Marci Brandenburg, Scott Martin, Leena Lalwani, Mark MacEachern, Yulia Sevryugina.  University of Michigan
  • How medical students discover and use medical information tools. Margaret Hoogland. University of Toledo
  • Virtual Reality: Elevating Teaching and Learning. Kellie Kaneshiro, Jason Lilly, Chelsea Misquith, & Brandon Dennett. Indiana University

CLINICAL SUPPORT SESSION 2:

  • Moderator: Merle Rosenzweig – University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences Library, Connecting with Rural Health Care Providers: What Information Do They Need and How Do They Search for It? Results of a Mixed Methods, Multiphase Assessment Project. Marcia Francis, Michael Skinner, Dawn Hackman, Erika Johnson, Kelly Thormodson. University of North Dakota

RESEARCH TRAINING INSTITUTE SHARING SESSION:

Elevate Your Practice with Research: RTI Fellows and Faculty Share Their Experience Designing and Conducting Research

  • How medical students discover and use medical information tools. Margaret Hoogland. University of Toledo
  • The expectations, priorities, and preferences of students with disabilities when seeking   accessibility information on academic library websites. Amelia Brunskill. University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Still feeling the effects: a citation analysis of the highly cited, retracted article on MMR vaccines and autism.Elizabeth Suelzer. Medical College of Wisconsin

CEs:

CE302 Teaching Critical Appraisal Skills.Instructor: Laura Menard. Indiana University

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