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Clinical Librarian

About

Purpose of the clinical librarian group:

  • To share ideas and good practice; to coordinate and create regional standards that enable consistent, high quality services are delivered.
  • To give support and mentor those new to the CL role in the South if appropriate.

Contact

Chair April 2020 - March 2021

Hannah Wood, Librarian

University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust

Vice-chair April 2020-March 2021

Sarah Rudd, Clinical Librarian
North Bristol Trust

Chair April 2019 - March 2020

Noureddine Kenssous, Clinical Outreach Librarian
Buckshealthcare

Vice-chair April 2019-March 2020

Hannah Wood, Librarian and Clinical Outreach Librarian
Weston-Super-Mare and North Bristol

Chair 2018- March 2019

Jessica Pawley, Librarian
Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton

STandS

The Clinical Librarian group will link and work closely with the regional STandS (Searching, Training and Synthesising) group to collate resources and plan events for the benefits of the clinical librarians’ community in the south.

See the StandS page

Presentations

Clinical Librarian Papers

Resources

CPD Opportunities

  • Shadowing
  • Mentoring
  • Visits

See the regional CPD page

Link to K4H Blog:
Clinical and Outreach Learning Zone

Literature

 

2019   

DANIELS, K. & LAWSON, E. 2019. Enhancing Clinical Librarian Work Processes and Communicating Service Impact with REDCap and Data Visualization. Med Ref Serv Q, 38, 187-196.

GIBBONS, P. & WERNER, D. A. 2019. Embedded Clinical Librarianship: Bringing Medical Reference Services Bedside. Public Services Quarterly, 15, 169-175.

ZARE–FARASHBANDI, E., RAHIMI, A., ADIBI, P. & ZARE–FARASHBANDI, F. 2019. Involving Clinical Librarians in Clinical Settings: Skills, Roles, Advantages and Barriers. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 19, 144-155.

2018   

BLAKE, L., YANG, F. M., BRANDON, H., WILSON, B. & PAGE, R. 2018. A Clinical Librarian Embedded in Medical Education: Patient-Centered Encounters for Preclinical Medical Students. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 37, 19-30.

BRIAN, R., ORLOV, N., WERNER, D., MARTIN, S. K., ARORA, V. M. & ALKUREISHI, M. 2018. Evaluating the impact of clinical librarians on clinical questions during inpatient rounds. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 106, 175-183.

CHU, F. & BALL, A. L. 2018. Using Quality Improvement Tools to Redefine a Clinical Librarianship Program: A Case Study. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 18, 31-37.

2017   

HERRMANN, L. E., WINER, J. C., KERN, J., KELLER, S. & PAVULURI, P. 2017. Integrating a Clinical Librarian to Increase Trainee Application of Evidence-Based Medicine on Patient Family-Centered Rounds. Academic Pediatrics, 17, 339-341.

LAERA, E. 2017. Is There an App for That? Are Medical Apps Helpful to Clinical Librarians? Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 17, 339-348.