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Archive for the ‘Education’ Category
The March 2014 issue of the NTRL news may be viewed online at http://www.ntis.gov/pdf/NTRNews6-9.pdf. For your convenience, previous issues of the newsletter are posted at http://www.ntis.gov/rss/Ntrnews.aspx.
This issue features a sampling of new and historic information available from NTIS via the NTRL V3.0 and the NTIS website related to the topic of Nutrition. Just a few of the titles highlighted in this issue are:
Front-of-Package Nutrition Rating Systems and Symbols: Promoting Healthier Choices. Report produced in 2012 by the Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC. Food and Nutrition Board.
For NTIS Customers click here
For NTRL Customers click here
Food Safety: More Disclosure and Data Needed to Clarify Impact of Changes to Poultry and Hog Inspections. Report produced in 2013 by the Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC.
For NTIS Customers click here
For NTRL Customers click here
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Examining the Evidence to Define Benefit Adequacy. Report produced in 2013 by the Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC. Food and Nutrition Board.
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May 11-16, 2014 & January 5-6, 2015 (One price for two sessions) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Visit http://ils.unc.edu/digccurr/institute2014.html for more information.
REGISTRATION LINK: http://tinyurl.com/ncgy367.
The Institute consists of one five-day session in May 2014 and a two-day follow-up session in January 2015. Each day of the summer session will include lectures, discussion and hands-on “lab” components. A course pack and a private, online discussion space will be provided to supplement learning and application of the material. An opening reception dinner on Sunday, Continental breakfast, break time snacks and coffee, and a dinner on Tuesday will also be included.
This institute is designed to foster skills, knowledge and community-building among professionals responsible for the curation of digital materials.
* Regular registration : $1,150
* Late registration (after April 1, 2014): $1,300
If you are a grant recipient working on a digital project, we recommend that you check with your program officer to request approval to use available grant funds to attend the institute.
Institute Instructors Include:
* From the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Dr. Cal Lee, Dr. Helen Tibbo, and Dr. Kam Woods.
* Dr. Nancy McGovern, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
* Dr. Carolyn Hank, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
* Dr. Lorraine Richards, Drexel University.
May 2014 Institute Components include (order and session titles may vary somewhat from those listed):
*Overview of digital curation definition, scope and main functions
*Where you see yourself in the digital curation landscape
*Digital curation program development
*Digital curation stakeholders and digital curation landscape
*Case Study on developing a digital repository
*Procedural accountability – policies, submission agreements, rules
*LAB -Transforming policy statements into rules
*Overview of digital preservation challenges and opportunities
*Roles and responsibilities for curation
*LAB – Matching skills and roles
*Characterization of digital objects
*Overview and Characterization of Existing Tools: Placing the Tools in a Larger Industry Context
*LAB – File format robustness
*Managing in response to technological change
*LAB – Media and content
*Workflows, humans, and tools
*Lab – Workflows
*Evaluating curation programs requirements and assessment
*LAB – Evaluating curation programs: TRAC/ISO 16363 Review
* Characterizing, analyzing and evaluating the producer information environment
*Economics of digital curation – costs and resource commitments
*LAB – Economics of digital curation
* Formulating your six-month action plan – task for each individual, with instructors available to provide guidance
* Summary of action plans
* Clarifying roles and expectations for the next six months
January 5-6, 2015
Participants in the May event will return to Chapel Hill in Jan. 2015 to discuss their experiences in implementing what they have learned in their own work environments. Participants will compare experiences, lessons learned and strategies for continuing progress. Accommodations for January will be the responsibility of the attendee.
The Digital Professional Institute was initiated as part of the DigCCurr II project, supported by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (Grant Award #RE-05-08-0060-08) and is partially supported by the School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
LODGING: Participants are responsible for their own lodging. A DigCCurr 2014-15 room block has been reserved at the Hampton Inn and Suites for $129/night. Please indicate “DigCCurr” and group code “CUR” when making reservations. Reservations must be received by 04/01/2014. After this date reservations will be accepted on a space a rate available basis only. You may reserve your hotel room by calling the hotel at 919-969-6989 or by clicking on this link: http://hamptoninn.hilton.com/en/hp/groups/personalized/R/RDUCOHX-DGG-20140511/index.jhtml
If any of our network members have special announcements they’d like to share, let us know! We’d love to brag about any awards received, publications, MLA-related news, or whatever. Simply send your announcement to Missy Harvey at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to share your news with ALL of our network members.
Colleen Kenefick, Rachel Boykan, and Maribeth Chitkara. Partnering with residents for evidence-based practice. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2013; 32(4):385-395, available from: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02763869.2013.837669#.Ux3w__ldVS4
- Rachel Boykan, Maribeth Chitkara, Colleen Kenefick, and Catherine Messina. An integrated practical evidence-based medicine (EBM) curriculum for pediatric residents: Two small group sessions to teach PICO question formation and searching strategies. MedEdPORTAL June 17, 2013, available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/9446
NLM has released a new Drug Information subject guide as the latest update in our subject guide series. These guides are based on our most frequently asked questions, and are starting points for health professionals, researchers, librarians, students, and others. Other published guides in our series are about finding:
A Genetics/Genomics subject guide will be available later this year. We will develop more subject guides as needed.
Toxicology Resources for the Classroom
AP Environmental Science and AP Chemistry teachers often can’t locate Web sites that support the mandated coursework. Our TOXNET site provides a wealth of information regarding chemicals including chemical structures, health effects, industrial usage, and more.
TOXNET is a databank for all of the National Library of Medicine’s toxicology Web sites. When you enter a chemical name into the databank search results will populate with details on which NLM databases hold information about that chemical. For example, let’s say you are teaching an environmental science class, and you want to do research on the recent chemical spill in West Virginia. Simply enter the chemical “4-methylcyclohexane methanol” and a list of resources that contain that chemical will appear in the search results window.
Health Observances: National Nutrition Month
March is National Nutrition Month. Health and nutrition are taught in our schools at an early age. In some areas, middle schools and high schools require all students to take a health class as part of the curriculum. MedlinePlus offers a great specialty page devoted to Nutrition and its importance for the body. As you dive into the subject of nutrition, pull documentation from our online library, or assign our Web site as a source for students to conduct their own research.
Desalination Video that Wows!
We would like to introduce our first animated video written and produced by one of our talented college interns. This video helps middle school students understand the concept of desalination. It uses simple animation to show how water treatment plants use desalination to clean the water that we use.
NOTE: This event will be recorded and archived for viewing later.
Hospital librarians are asking how they can show their value to administration and how they can show that they are more than just the keepers of the books. The answer is to branch out and get out of the library and do something that is related to the library but is not always thought of by others. Participating with EHR team to provide information to caregivers is a great example. This webinar not only will discuss librarians, EHRs and Infobuttons, but it will also highlight successful approaches for getting relevant information into the EHR and librarians can round with caregivers to help at the point of care.
Not only is this webinar interesting but it is also FREE! So you have little to lose by attending it.
Title: Adding Value to EHRs: Librarians and Infobuttons
Time: March 19, 2014, 10:00 – 11:30 am EDT.
Course length: 1.5 hours
This webinar is being planned as the first in a series sponsored by the NN/LM, NER on ways librarians can add value to electronic health records.
Additional webinars are in development. The overall goal of this webinar is to give medical librarians an understanding of clinical decision support mechanisms in electronic health records (EHRs) and to increase awareness of the ways that librarians can contribute. An understanding of the ways that library resources can be integrated into clinical decision support will empower librarians to pursue this in their own institutions.
Guilherme Del Fiol, MD, PhD, University of Utah, School of Medicine will present results of a systematic review on clinical questions raised by clinicians and tools that help answer these questions by integrating EHR systems with online knowledge resources. He will also discuss how these tools are being disseminated via the "HL7 Context-Aware Knowledge Retrieval Standard" (a.k.a., Infobutton Standard) and the EHR Meaningful Use certification program.
Taneya Koonce, MSLS, MPH, Eskind Biomedical Library will share the Eskind Biomedical Library's successful approaches for integrating highly relevant evidence into the institution's electronic medical record, outpatient ordering systems, and online patient portal.
Lauren Yaeger, MA, MLIS, St. Louis Children's Hospital Medical Library will talk about clinical librarianship/rounding with the patient care team, Evidence Based Medicine Quality Initiative Project with the residents, and integrating clinical decision support at the point of care.
Beyond the SEA – March 19, 2014 – “Hospitals – Meaningful Use, EHRs, Infobuttons, Medlineplus Connect and other E-resources”
TIME: 12:00N – 1:00PM
The webinar offers an opportunity to learn from two differing methods of how hospital librarians and their IT colleagues are managing the “patient-education” meaningful use (MU) measure in their hospital’s electronic health record system (EHR). Currently, the measure states: “use clinically relevant information from Certified EHR Technology to identify patient-specific education<http://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/downloads/Stage2_HospitalCore_10_PatientSpecificEdRes.pdf> resources and provide those resources to the patient.”
Whether a hospital is in Stage 1 of MU or is migrating to Stage 2 in 2014, it is important to know that while the measure changed to include contextual relevancy, the intent is still the same.
The webinar will cover EHR demonstrations and discussions of infobutton<https://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/product_brief.cfm?product_id=208> technology relative to the physician clinical decision support information access (MU Stage 2, Core Measure #5) which improves performance on high priority health conditions and the patient specific-education contextual (MU Stage 2, Core Measure #10) components<http://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/Downloads/Stage2_MeaningfulUseSpecSheet_TableContents_EligibleHospitals_CAHs.pdf>. The New Hanover Regional Medical Center will operationally demonstrate Core Measures #5 and #10. The SEAHEC speaker will explain how she is marketing and promotingMedlinePlus Connect<http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/connect/technical.html> to the IT department, in the hopes it will be placed withinMyChart<https://www.epic.com/software-phr.php>®. (Note: MyChart is a registered trademark of Epic Systems). With another approach, Novant Health will show the functionality of Medlineplus Connect within their EHR and patient portal using a patient encounter as an example.
By way of experiences such as these, hospital librarians and their leadership can understand the importance and value of increased librarian involvement with EHR implementation and optimization.
Robert (Bob) Pietrzykowski, RRT
Coordinator, Inpatient Clinical Documentation Team
New Hanover Regional Medical Center
New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC) is a teaching hospital and a tertiary care center for a seven-county area. NHRMC offers specialty medical and surgical care and is one of 10 trauma centers in the state certified at Level II or above.
After a 20-year career as a respiratory therapist Mr. Pietrzykowski transitioned to the Project Team to build and implement Epic EHR at NHRMC. Currently Bob is the Application Coordinator for the Inpatient Clinical Documentation team, responsible for building and maintaining inpatient documentation tools used by physicians, nurses and other ancillary healthcare providers.
Donna Flake, MSLS
Library Director, SEAHEC Medical Library
Ms. Flake successfully worked with the IT department of New Hanover Regional Medical Center to embed links for the SEAHEC digital library resources inside the hospital’s EHR. Donna spearheaded a library campaign fund, which has generated over $300,000. She received the MLA Mark Hodges International Service Award in 2009. Donna partners with medical libraries internationally and has published articles and made academic presentations to global audiences.
Mary Wallace Berry, MSLS
Manager, Library Services
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center – Charlotte, NC
Novant Health is an integrated healthcare system headquartered in North Carolina with facilities in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia.
Ms. Berry is a Member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals and received the Medical Library Association Technological Innovation Award in 2007. Throughout her career, Mary Wallace has been a strong supporter of emerging technologies and access to information at the point of care. In 2011, Mary Wallace reached out to the physicians and information technology professionals developing the ambulatory EHR at Novant Health. Through her input, Medlineplus Connect was integrated as the patient information component of the Epic EHR
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