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EHSL faculty contributed over 11 presentations & posters to the 2017 MLA conference!

Check out some of the work our EHSL Faculty created for the 2017 MLA Conference this Memorial Day weekend!

Presentations:

Daring to Calculate the Cost Impact of the Librarian – Kari Jones, John Bramble, Barb Jones, and Claire Hamasu

E-Channel: Publishing the Work of Dreamers- Christy Jarvis and Jean P. Shipman

Daring to Dive Deep into the Citation Data: Going Head to Head with SciHub – Christy Jarvis and Melissa L. Rethlefsen

Comparing the Effectiveness of Conceptual Search Methods: Is a Fast Approach Sufficient for the Production of (Sound) Systematic Reviews: A Prospective, Double-Blinded, Controlled Study – Wichor M. Bramer, Melissa L. Rethlefsen, and Margaret Sampson

The Effects of a Telemedicine Health Information Prescription in Uncontrolled Hypertensive Patients in a Family Medicine Ambulatory Clinic –  Bernadette Kiraly, Erica Lake, Kimiya Nourian, Rachel Christensen, and Josephine Sun

 

Posters:

Students Dare to Dream with Health Video ProductionsJohn Sanchez, Jean P. Shipman, Tallie Casucci, and Anita Leopardi

Journal Clubs as a Learning Method to Increase Librarians’ Knowledge of Biomedical Big Data Applications – John Bramble, Catherine Burroughs, Courtney Butler, Emily Glenn, Alicia Lillich, and Megan Molinaro

Benefits of Participating in a Mobile App Evaluation Project – Alicia Lillich and John Bramble

Does the Intention Match the Outcome? Completion Rates in a Massively Open Online Course – Molly Knapp, Rebecca Brown, Jessi Van Der Volgen, Matt Steadman, and Sarah Dickey

Dream It, Then Do It in the Media Design & Innovation Lab – Erin Wimmer and Nancy Lombardo

Dare to Make the Dream Come True: Developing a Curriculum Mapping Tool with the School of Medicine – Erin Wimmer and Kerri Shaffer

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