A Practical Guide for Informationists: Supporting Research and Clinical Practice guides new informationists to a successful career, giving them a pathway to this savvier, more technically advanced, domain-focused role in modern day information centers and libraries. The book's broad scope serves as an invaluable toolkit for healthcare professionals, researchers and graduate students in information management, library and information science, data management, informatics, etc. Furthermore, it is also ideal as a textbook for courses in medical reference services/medical informatics in MLIS programs.
- Offer examples (e.g. case studies) of ways of delivering information services to end users
- Includes recommendations, evidence and worksheets/take-aways/templates to be repurposed and adapted by the reader
- Aimed at the broad area of healthcare and research libraries
Information Professionals (in any sector of healthcare/medicine and research libraries in general) or the graduate student in information management, library and information science, data management, informatics, etc., interesting in a career in healthcare
I. Research Informationist vs. Reference Librarian
II. Know your Resources
III. Know your Users
IV. Training, Education, and Outreach
V. Delivering Meaningful Results: Part A – Beyond Mediated Literature Searching
VI. Delivering Meaningful Results: Part B – Current Awareness
VII. Delivering Meaningful Results: Part C – Bibliometrics and Analytics
VII. Being an Evidence-Based Practice Superstar
IX. Future Perspectives for Research Informationists
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- © Chandos Publishing 2018
- 15th March 2018
- Chandos Publishing
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Throughout his tenure he has assisted clients with their research through embedded/liaison means by offering targeted training, EBM support via systematic reviews, general consultation, bibliometric/impact metric evaluation, data management, competitive intelligence, current awareness, productivity/workflow support, and publishing guidance. The author’s skills and past experience put him in a unique position to speak about the budding role of the Informationist as a librarian-in-context as it pertains to scholarly research output.
Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, NY.