HLG Nursing Bulletin Vol 36 (2)
Within our profession, we’re always emphasising to our users the importance of maintaining their current awareness of what is going on. And that is no less true for us, so here we present a small sample of recent articles that have caught our eyes. Of course, being a small sample, there is much more out there. So, if you do see something that you think has been of use to you, and would be of use to all of us, let us know and we’ll include it in subsequent issues. Whether it’s a journal article, web page, tweetchat or any other type of media, don’t keep it to yourself. You can find our contact details on the HLG website at goo.gl/JcssfI.
Carlson, J. (2017) Virtualizing a Solo Library. Journal of Hospital Librarianship. 17 (1), 65-70.
Dalmer, N. K. (2016) Questioning reliability assessments of health information on social media. Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA. 105 (1), 61-68.
Davies, S., Herbert, P., Wales, A., Ritchie, K., Wilson, S., Dobie, L. & Thain, A. (2017) Knowledge into action – supporting the implementation of evidence into practice in Scotland. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 34 (1), 74-85.
Ingram, L. E. & Steelman, S. C. (2017) Academic Health Sciences Center Library Bridges Gap to Non-Medical Life Long Learning Resources Through a Symbiotic Relationship with a Public Library System. Journal of Hospital Librarianship. 17 (1), 30-41.
Johnson, H. A. & Barrett, L. (2016) Your teaching strategy matters: how engagement impacts application in health information literacy instruction. Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA. 105 (1), 44-48.
Jones, D. A. & Reilly, B. (2017) Effects of a Change in Hospital Affiliation on an Academic Medical Center Library. Journal of Hospital Librarianship. 17 (1), 13-21.
Joseph, R., Fernandes, S., Hyers, L. & O’Brien, K. (2016) Health literacy: a cross-disciplinary study in American undergraduate college students. Journal of Information Literacy. 10 (2), 26.
Lawton, A., Manning, P. & Lawler, F. (2017) Delivering information skills training at a health professionals continuing professional development conference: an evaluation. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 34 (1), 95-101.
Leslie, S. (2017) Designing an Interactive Web-based Tutorial for Health Sciences Students: A Collaborative Library Project. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 36 (1), 90-96.
McTavish, J. (2017) Negotiating concepts of evidence-based practice in the provision of good service for nursing and allied health professionals. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 34 (1), 45-57.