Research for Better Patient Outcomes: What Librarians Should KnowThere are no sessions currently scheduled for this class, the following information may be out of date
Class Description | Agenda
Are you curious about how librarians can be involved in “Comparative Effectiveness Research?” Do you know what an “Evidence-Based Practice Center” is for? Are you working with colleagues who are involved in “Community-Based” or “Practice-Based” research? You are invited to hear more about how health care research has moved into the real world during the past decade and how these methods have become part of the health care reform movement in the U.S. Join us for this half-day symposium, including an open discussion about how librarians can be part of this movement.
This class is an online recording of the half-day symposium.
Comparative Effectiveness Research - Glen T. Schumock, PharmD, MBA, FCCP
Practice-Based Research Networks - Rienne Johnson, MLIS
Community-Based Participatory Research: A Perspective from Indian Country - Corey B. Smith, PhD, MA
NLM Resources to Support Research - Ruth Holst, MSLS, FMLA
Questions and Open Discussion
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