February 8, 2012 (virtual): Shurtz S, Foster MJ. Developing and using a rubric for evaluating evidence-based medicine point-of-care tools. J Med Libr Assoc. 2011 July;99(3):247-254.

June 6, 2012: Shurtz S, MLIS, von Isenburg M. Exploring e-readers to support clinical medical education: two case studies. J Med Libr Assoc 2011 April;99(2):110-117.

October 25, 2012: Ana D. Cleveland. Miles to go before we sleep: education, technology, and the changing paradigms in health information.J Med Libr Assoc 2011 Jan;99(1):61-69. Discussion questions.

January 22, 2013 (virtual): Dorsch, JL, Perry, G. Evidence-based medicine at the intersection of research interests between academic health sciences librarians and medical educators: a review of the literature. Journal of the Medical Library Association 2012 October;100(4):251-257. Discussion questions.

June 4, 2013: Marshall JG, Sollenberer J, Easterby-Gannett S, Morgan LK et al. The value of library and information services in patient care: results of a multisite study. J Med Libr Assoc 2013 Jan;101(1):38-46. Discussion questions.

October 4, 2013: Maggio L, Steinberg RM, Moorhead L, O’Brien B. Willinsky J. Access of primary and secondary literature by health personnel in an academic health center: implications for open access. J Med Lib Assoc 2013 July;101(3):205-212. Discussion questions.

October 8, 2015: Becker, RW and McCrillis, A.  Health Sciences librarians, patient contact and secondary traumatic stressJournal of the Medical Library Association 103(2):87-90, April, 2015.  Discussion questions.

Mary Westermann led MEDLI members in a lively discussion on content and methodology of this article which was chosen by Mahnaz Tehrani.   Discussion questions were distributed and included points on the overall subject of the article and the types of questions utilized in the study. In addition attendees received information to assist them in getting more information on response rates to questionnaires as well as how to find survey instruments. Christina Rivera distributed information on the Medical Library Association’s Independent Reading Program for those interested in receiving CE credits for reading the article.

 

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