3014.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
|Public health personnel and health sciences librarians have recently collaborated on a number of projects aimed at improving access to information for the public health work force. These partnerships are improving access to information resources and service among the public health workforce and are deepening librariansí understanding of the information needs within public health. Papers in this session explore recent partnerships formed by individuals and organizations on both local and national levels. These partnerships strengthen public health by improving access to information.|
|Learning Objectives: This session will enable attendees to:|
* Understand the potential contributions of public health personnel and librarians working collaboratively to improve access to information.
* Identify possible projects that build on partnerships between members of the public health workforce and librarians.
* Identify the lessons learned from previous collaborations between public health personnel and health sciences librarians.
|See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.|
|Laura C Larsson, MLS|
|Introductory Remarks |
|Public Health Libraries in an Online World: A Case Study from Michigan |
Harvey R. Brenneise, MA, MSLS
|REACH 2010 Library research component: A community-based participatory education program to address health disparities in diabetes care and management |
Barbara A. Carlson, MLIS, Carolyn M. Jenkins, MSN, DRPH, Katharine H. Hendrix, MS, PhD, Gayenell Magwood, RN, MSN, PhD(Cand), Charles L. Hossler, MSN, PhD(Cand)
|National library of medicine's online health portals: Resources for american indians and other special populations |
Lucie Chu Chen, BS, MLS, Gale Dutcher, MLS, MS, Kathy Murray, MLS
|Partners in information access: Linking the public health workforce to information for improved practice |
Keith W. Cogdill, PhD, Greg Bodin, MLS, Jennifer Marill, MLS, Michael Miller, BA, Jocelyn Rankin, PhD, Catherine R. Selden, MLS, Marjorie A. Cahn, MA
|Partnering with librarians to teach information retrieval and web development skills to MPH students |
Ammon S. Ripple, MLS, Anthony J. Silvestre, PhD, LSW, Michael D. Shankle, MPH
|A Digital Divide: Assessing the information needs and use of nurses from an Oregon county public health department |
Anne M. Turner, MD, MLIS, ZoŽ Stavri, PhD, MLS
|Organized by:||APHA-Technology Theater|
|CE Credits:||CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing, Pharmacy|
The 131st Annual Meeting (November 15-19, 2003) of APHA