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Rrh Library Newsletter, Summer 2022, Libraries at Rochester Regional Health 2022 Rochester Regional Health

Rrh Library Newsletter, Summer 2022, Libraries At Rochester Regional Health

Rochester Regional Health authored publications and proceedings

Newsletter sections include: The Libraries @ RRH: An Update; RocScholar: RRH's Institutional Repository; AccessMedicine; Welcome to New Residents, Fellows and students!


Research Support Newsletter (Volume 5), Elizabeth D'Angel 2022 Thomas Jefferson University

Research Support Newsletter (Volume 5), Elizabeth D'Angel

The AC's Research Support Newsletter (Formerly AISR Connections)

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A Preliminary Inquiry Into The Use And Management Of 3d Virtual Anatomy Tables Within Libraries, Melanie Dixson, Niki Kirkpatrick 2022 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

A Preliminary Inquiry Into The Use And Management Of 3d Virtual Anatomy Tables Within Libraries, Melanie Dixson, Niki Kirkpatrick

UT Libraries Faculty: Peer-Reviewed Publications

This preliminary study explored the use and management practices of 3D virtual anatomy tables (VATs) currently owned by libraries to support their learning communities. This study also examined how libraries have adapted their VAT services during the COVID-19 pandemic. We sent an IRB-approved 15-question survey to members of 46 library-focused email listservs to assess the use and management practices of VATs among libraries. We analyzed the survey results within Qualtrics' default report feature to perform basic calculations and generate visualizations related to the survey data. We received 31 completed surveys, with 23% of those respondents reporting that they were from ...


Lgbtq+ Health Research Guides: A Cross-Institutional Pilot Study Of Usage Patterns, Gregg A. Stevens, Francisco J. Fajardo, Martin Morris, Jessica Berry, Robin M. N. Parker, Katie D. McLean 2022 UMass Chan Medical School

Lgbtq+ Health Research Guides: A Cross-Institutional Pilot Study Of Usage Patterns, Gregg A. Stevens, Francisco J. Fajardo, Martin Morris, Jessica Berry, Robin M. N. Parker, Katie D. Mclean

UMass Chan Medical School Publications

Objectives: Multiple authors have recommended that health sciences libraries use research guides to promote LGBTQ+ health information, connect with their users and the community, and improve health equity. However, little is known about LGBTQ+ health guide usage patterns and whether such guides really meet the information needs of their users. Based on usage patterns from LGBTQ+ health research guides, we assessed the types of LGBTQ+ health information of greatest interest to health sciences library users and how, if appropriate, these guides might be revised to be more relevant to user needs.

Methods: The data for LGBTQ+ health research guides of ...


Disruption Of Library Services Due To Hospital Cyberattack: A Case Study, Alice Stokes 2022 University of Vermont

Disruption Of Library Services Due To Hospital Cyberattack: A Case Study, Alice Stokes

University Libraries Faculty and Staff Publications

Cyberattacks on healthcare organizations increased dramatically in 2020 and 2021. The University of Vermont Medical Center suffered an attack in October 2020, during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The disruption to hospital computer systems had wide ranging impacts, including loss of online access to the medical library for nearly three months. Library staff worked to reduce impacts and increase access for hospital employees until full access was restored. This case study offers lessons learned and resources for health sciences libraries planning for a potential cyberattack.


Addressing Maternal Health Disparities With Hospital Library Services: Information-Seeking Behavior Of Maternal Health Care Providers In Resolving Clinical Questions Related To Diverse Populations, Seema Bhakta 2022 System Library Services, Providence

Addressing Maternal Health Disparities With Hospital Library Services: Information-Seeking Behavior Of Maternal Health Care Providers In Resolving Clinical Questions Related To Diverse Populations, Seema Bhakta

Articles, Abstracts, and Reports

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Hear Me Now: When Storytelling Meets A Health System Library, Heather J. Martin, Amanda Schwartz 2022 System Library Services, Providence

Hear Me Now: When Storytelling Meets A Health System Library, Heather J. Martin, Amanda Schwartz

Articles, Abstracts, and Reports

Background: A chance encounter at work led to an innovative and rewarding partnership between a large health system library and a storytelling program whose mission is to give patients, loved ones, and caregivers a sacred space to share their stories and make healthcare more humane.

Description: Providence System Library Services leadership collaborated with palliative care communication managers to support the mission and growth of a health system storytelling program. The program includes professionally produced podcasts, multimedia video and audio stories from patients/families/employees, and other online content. Library involvement was multifaceted including fact checking and literature searching to support ...


Learning From Each Other: Peer-Reviewed Literature Searching, Heather Martin, Danielle Linden, Carrie Grinstead 2022 System Library Services, Providence

Learning From Each Other: Peer-Reviewed Literature Searching, Heather Martin, Danielle Linden, Carrie Grinstead

Articles, Abstracts, and Reports

Background: Amidst shrinking staffing levels and expanding business, a health system library department developed a peer-learning program in order to build literature search capacity and self-efficacy amongst librarians and library support staff.

Description: Library staff are partnered and rotate monthly; pairs include those in same and different job roles and experience levels. Staff are encouraged to choose real patron clinical questions that would serve as optimal learning opportunities, reinforcing best practices in search strategy and/or database functionality or ones that are particularly challenging. Partners independently perform the other’s search then meet virtually to compare results, strategies, and debrief ...


Design And Development Of A Public Health Information Service Model For Rural Inhabitants Of Balasore District Of Odisha, Chittaranjan Nayak Research Scholar (Ph.D), Dr. Arun Kumar Chakraborty Librarian 2022 University of Calcutta

Design And Development Of A Public Health Information Service Model For Rural Inhabitants Of Balasore District Of Odisha, Chittaranjan Nayak Research Scholar (Ph.D), Dr. Arun Kumar Chakraborty Librarian

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This research paper focuses on the Public Health Information Service model for the rural inhabitants of the Balasore district, which is one of the objectives of the study. This integrated strategic model is conceptualized and is based on the suitability of health information exchange to rural people. It considers the various parameters of the public and the medical libraries; and the health information stakeholders.

The model recommends the direct involvement of libraries in providing in-house and outhouse health information services to the public in a collaborative manner. This research paper presents an Integrated Public Health Services (IPHIS) model for rural ...


Assessing The Factors Affecting The Use Of Web 2.0 Tools In Selected Iran Medical University Libraries, Sirous Panahi, Aala Abtin, Shahram Sedghi 2022 Iran University of Medical Sciences

Assessing The Factors Affecting The Use Of Web 2.0 Tools In Selected Iran Medical University Libraries, Sirous Panahi, Aala Abtin, Shahram Sedghi

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Background: Capabilities offered by Web 2.0 tools have attracted many academic libraries. The present study aimed to identify factors affecting the use of Web 2.0 tools in selected Iran medical university libraries including Iran, Tehran, and Shahid Beheshti universities of medical sciences.

Methods: The study was conducted through a survey distributed among librarians working in the libraries of Iran, Tehran, and Shahid Beheshti universities of medical sciences. The data was collected using a questionnaire which examined the factors affecting the use of Web 2.0 technologies in terms of three general categories: factors related to librarians, users, tools ...


Rocscholar Annual Report 2021, Lisa M. Buda, Elizabeth Mamo 2022 Rochester Regional Health System

Rocscholar Annual Report 2021, Lisa M. Buda, Elizabeth Mamo

Rochester Regional Health authored publications and proceedings

RocScholar is the institutional repository (IR) for Rochester Regional Health (RRH), and is managed by the Libraries at RRH. It provides storage and access for RRH’s research and scholarly activity. This report highlights the repository’s first year of implementation.


Medical Humanities Lab: Re-Envisioning Library Services To Foster The Growth Of Medical Humanities In Education And Healthcare, Tess Grynoch, Lisa A. Palmer, Regina Fisher Raboin 2022 UMass Chan Medical School

Medical Humanities Lab: Re-Envisioning Library Services To Foster The Growth Of Medical Humanities In Education And Healthcare, Tess Grynoch, Lisa A. Palmer, Regina Fisher Raboin

Library Publications

In this virtual presentation for the Medical Library Association Health Humanities Caucus, learn how UMass Chan Medical School’s Lamar Soutter Library successfully collaborates with faculty leaders and medical students in the Medical Humanities Lab, an initiative which integrates the arts and humanities into medical education and healthcare through student, faculty, and staff collaborations fostering humanism in medicine. The Library has provided leadership, technology expertise, space for in-person meetings, logistical support for virtual meetings, and promotional assistance. Over the past 3+ years, the Lab has sponsored projects, including a storytelling event, a creative writing and photography journal, a blog, two ...


Library Or Ischool Involvement In Health-Related Informatics Education, Tina Griffin, Rebecca Raszewski, Holly Beverley 2022 University of Illinois Chicago

Library Or Ischool Involvement In Health-Related Informatics Education, Tina Griffin, Rebecca Raszewski, Holly Beverley

Journal of eScience Librarianship

Objective: An underexplored area in Library and Information Science (LIS) is the development of educational offerings and partnerships in Health-Related Informatics (HRI) (e.g., bioinformatics, clinical informatics, health informatics). The purpose of this study is to identify which disciplines are collaborating in HRI education and how partnerships developed.

Methods: This study was conducted in two parts: a website review and survey. Seventy-seven North American ALA-accredited and iSchool member websites were searched between November 2019-March 2020 for HRI-related educational offerings and which academic units were involved. Two hundred sixteen individuals involved in LIS and/or HRI education were contacted for a ...


Research Approaches To Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy: A Narrative Review, Sana Zandkarimi, Maryam Kazerani (Corresponding author), Mahdieh Mottaghi, Marzieh Kazerani, Sara Jambarsang 2022 Department of Medical Library and Information Science, School of Allied Medical Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

Research Approaches To Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy: A Narrative Review, Sana Zandkarimi, Maryam Kazerani (Corresponding Author), Mahdieh Mottaghi, Marzieh Kazerani, Sara Jambarsang

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Introduction: One of the proposed indicators for the prevention and control of COVID-19pandemic disease; is having health literacy components in both dimension Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy and e-health literacy. This study aimed to review the scientific literature related to dimensions studied in Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy.

Methods: This study is a narrative review. The articles addressed Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy searched in Scopus and Web of Science (WoS), and then reviewed.

Results: Studies in the field of Coronavirus-Related Health Literacy are considered in 4 dimensions: covid-19 vaccine hesitancy and Impacts of coronavirus-related health literacy; Special person in societies and Observance of the items ...


Data Disaggregation: The Case Of Asian And Pacific Islander Data And The Role Of Health Sciences Librarians, Seema Bhakta 2022 System Library Services, Providence

Data Disaggregation: The Case Of Asian And Pacific Islander Data And The Role Of Health Sciences Librarians, Seema Bhakta

Articles, Abstracts, and Reports

Health disparities within Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities are often masked due to aggregated data. Lack of adequate data limits required health care services for these communities. While moving forward toward health equity, it is critical that disparities for API communities are acknowledged and addressed. This article focuses on the issues of aggregated data for API communities followed by suggestions on how health sciences librarians can support and promote better practices for data disaggregation.


2021 Digital Commons Annual Report, Amanda Schwartz 2022 Providence System Library Services

2021 Digital Commons Annual Report, Amanda Schwartz

Articles, Abstracts, and Reports

System Library Services annual report for 2021 Providence Digital Commons submissions, usage, and interactions.


Role Of The Internet In Narrowing The Digital Divide Between The Members Of The Jordanian Society During The Coronavirus Crisis, Othman Obeidat, Othman Obeidat 2022 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Role Of The Internet In Narrowing The Digital Divide Between The Members Of The Jordanian Society During The Coronavirus Crisis, Othman Obeidat, Othman Obeidat

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The goal of this research was to see how the internet helped to bridge the digital divide between Jordanians during the Coronavirus outbreak. A quantitative approach is adopted. 210 questionnaire forms were distributed randomly to the members of the sample through using: (https://docs.google.com). They were distributed using email and WhatsApp. 200 forms were analyzed. They represent 95% of the distributed forms. The questionnaire consists of 20 statements. It was found that there is a digital divide between the members of Jordanian society. It was found that the availability of smart devices and the internet enables the members ...


Presentation: Health Literacy For Rural Populations, Margot G. Malachowski 2022 University of Massachusetts Medical School

Presentation: Health Literacy For Rural Populations, Margot G. Malachowski

Network of the National Library of Medicine Region 7 Repository

Region 7 was asked to present the content from NNLM's Rural Health Resources webinar in the first session of a two-day professional development event co-hosted by the Central New York Library Resources Council and the State University of New York/Upstate Medical University Health Sciences Library. The session examined the marked health disparities between those living in rural areas versus their urban counterparts. Not only do rural residents suffer from higher incidence of chronic illness, they also have limited access to primary care services and are more likely to be uninsured or under-insured. This session described hallmarks of rural ...


Expert Recommended Biomedical Journal Articles: Their Retractions Or Corrections, And Post-Retraction Citing, peiling wang, Jing Su 2022 University of Tennessee - Knoxville

Expert Recommended Biomedical Journal Articles: Their Retractions Or Corrections, And Post-Retraction Citing, Peiling Wang, Jing Su

School of Information Sciences -- Faculty Publications and Other Works

Faculty Opinions has provided recommendations of important biomedical publications by domain experts (FMs) since 2001. The purpose of this study is two-fold: 1) identify the characteristics of the expert-recommended articles that were subsequently retracted; 2) investigate what happened after retraction. We examined a set of 232 recommended, later retracted or corrected articles. These articles were classified as New Finding (43%), Interesting Hypothesis (16%), etc. More than 71% of the articles acknowledged funding support; the NIH (US) was a top funder (64%). The top reasons for retractions were Errors of various types (28%); Falsification/fabrication of data, image, or results (20 ...


Evaluation Of Library Services And Facilities By The Students Of Blde (Du) During The Pandemic Covid-19: A Study, Prasanna Kumara BM, Shivakumar Acharya 2022 BLDE (Deemed to be University), Shri. B. M. Patil Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre,Vijayapura

Evaluation Of Library Services And Facilities By The Students Of Blde (Du) During The Pandemic Covid-19: A Study, Prasanna Kumara Bm, Shivakumar Acharya

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The library plays a significant role in any higher education centre to that provides formation services, resources, and facilities to support its clients for their systematic studies and research activities. This study deals with the awareness and usage of various services and facilities offered by the BLDE (DU) central library during the Pandemic. The research method adopted for this study was a Google Form with a self-designed questionnaire was prepared and circulated randomly among 100 PG students of BLDE-DU, in which 66 were responded. The result revealed that almost all the postgraduate students who responded are aware of the central ...


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