The Greenblatt librarians recently visited Mobile, Alabama to present posters and papers at the Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting from October 26-30, 2014.
The theme for this year’s meeting was “Making a Difference in Health,” which focused on the impact libraries have in healthcare environments and the challenges that many libraries overcome to deliver quality services to our communities in challenging economic times.
Darra Ballance – Solving the Primary Care Workforce Shortage or, Where Have all the Family Doctors Gone?
Darra Ballance and Lindsay Blake – Improving Library Instruction through a Faculty Teaching Fellowship
Lindsay Blake – Expanding a Clinical Librarian Program
Lindsay Blake and Kathy Davies – Developing Information Analysis Mastery: Blending Bioinformatics and Evidence Based Searching
Lindsay Blake, Kathy Davies, Julie K. Gaines, Kim Mears, Peter Shipman, Darra Balance and Maryska Connolly-Brown – The Many Faces of Embedded Librarianship: How do we Evaluate Effectiveness?
Peter Shipman, Maryska Connolly-Brown, and Kim Mears – How the Library moved a community pre-baccalaureate information literacy course to an online, flipped environment
Steven Shelton, Rod Bustos, Peter Shipman, and William Clayton – Contract for Impact – how a statewide system created a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a next-generation integrated library system
Kim Mears and Sandra Bandy – ORCID Outreach: Strategies for Inclusion
Darra Ballance – For the mouths of babes: nutrition literacy outreach to a child care center
Kim Mears and Renee Sharrock – Strategic Marketing for University Libraries
Congratulations to all our presenters for a job well done!