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Continuing Education

*If you purchased a lunch on either Saturday or Sunday, it will be distributed at noon in the San Juan - Whidbey Island Foyer at the Red Lion Hotel.

Saturday, October 14

  • Measuring Your Impact: Using Evaluation to Demonstrate Your Library's Value -- 6 contact hours (description)
  • Instructors: Maryanne Blake, NN/LM PNR and Betsy Kelly, NN/LM MCR
  • Time: 10 am - 5 pm
  • Cost: $105
  • An Evidence-based Approach to Complementary and Alternative Medicine -- 4 contact hours (description)
  • Instructor: Kelli Ham, NN/LM PSR
  • Time: 1 pm - 5:15 pm
  • Cost: $70

 

Sunday, October 15

  • Evidence-based Medicine and the Medical Librarian -- 8 contact hours (description)
  • Instructor: Connie Schardt, Duke University
  • Time: 8 am - 5 pm
  • Cost: $140
  • Evidence-based Nursing -- (description below)
  • Instructors: Patrice O'Donovan, Linfield College, and Dolores Judkins, OHSU
  • Time: 8 am - noon
  • Cost: $70

While finding evidence in the medical literature has become fairly standardized, finding the evidence in the nursing literature can be less straightforward. This class will include a basic overview and history of EBP in nursing, hierarchies of quantitative and qualitative evidence, formulating the question and finding the right resources, as well as covering aspects unique to nursing, such as qualitative meta-synthesis and EBP in nursing administration.

  • Geeks Bearing Gifts -- 4 contact hours (description) -- CLASS FULL
  • Instructor: Michael Miller, NN/LM PSR
  • Time: 1 pm - 5:15 pm
  • Cost: $70
  • Introduction to Medical/Healthcare Informatics for Librarians -- 8 contact hours (description)
  • Instructor: Ann McKibbon, McMaster University
  • Time: 8 am - 5 pm
  • Cost: $140
  • The 3R's of Licensing: Risk, Rights, Restrictions (description below)
  • Instructor: Diane Carroll, OHSU
  • Time: 8 am - noon
  • Cost: $70

This class is intended for librarians who are responsible for providing access to electronic journals and databases for their institution but have limited training in licensing. This four-hour workshop will provide an overview of the licensing process that will allow participants to evaluate their understanding of licensing and decide if additional training is needed.


Last Updated: August 16, 2006
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