Date: June 23, 2011
Recording of Webinar: https://webmeeting.nih.gov/p12551179/
Informatics for Librarians
Harold Lehmann, MD, PhD - Associate Professor, Health Sciences Informatics and Pediatrics, Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Dr. Lehmann, is a professor and board-certified general pediatrician with doctoral training in biomedical informatics. His research area has involved evidence-based medicine and clinical decision making, so he comes to today's session with much affection for the library community. He has also founded many of Johns Hopkins' health sciences informatics training opportunities ranging from an undergraduate course, through post-baccalaureate certificates, masters, a new PhD, and post-doctoral training. Along with Nancy Roderer, he is figuring out what the ideal educational experience would be for librarians regarding informatics and looks forward to hearing suggestions from the group.
Nancy Roderer, MLS, AHIP, ACMI - Professor and Director, Health Sciences Informatics and Director of Welch Medical Library, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Ms. Roderer is a professor in the Division of Health Sciences Informatics in the School of Medicine with a joint appointment in the Department of Health Policy and Management in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. She serves as Director of the Welch Medical Library and Director of the Division of Health Sciences Informatics. Professor Roderer is a graduate of the University of Dayton (Mathematics and Computer Science) and the University of Maryland (Library and Information Services and Computer Science). She has previously pursued her interests in understanding and facilitating information use and in integrated information management through both operational and research activities at Columbia and Yale Universities, including service as Co-Principal Investigator of IAIMS projects at both institutions. Professor Roderer’s research and teaching focuses primarily on the information behavior of health sciences personnel and on developing systems and services to better meet the needs of that community.
Mary Lou Glazer, MLS, AHIP - Chief, Medical Library at Dept. of Veterans Affairs and Adjunct Professor at Dowling College, Northport, New York
Ms. Glazer graduated from Long Island University - C. W. Post with a Bachelors degree in Accounting and from CUNY Queens College for her Masters in Library Science. She is now completing a Clinical Informatics certificate program at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and was a fellow at the National Library of Medicine Bioinformatics Program at Woods Hole, MA. Mary Lou Glazer has been the Chief of the Medical Library at the Northport (NY) VA Medical Center, Department of Veterans Affairs for over four years and also teaches library research at several local colleges.
List of previously presented web conferences on subjects such as marketing your library and NN/LM updates.