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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27870322/information-literacy-advocates-developing-student-skills-through-a-peer-support-approach
#1
Ruth Curtis
Since 2013/2014, an Information Literacy Advocates (ILA) scheme has been running at the University of Nottingham as an extracurricular module on the Nottingham Advantage Award programme. The Information Literacy Advocates scheme, which recruits medicine and health sciences students in their second year or above, aims to facilitate development of information literacy skills and confidence, as well as communication, organisation and teamwork, through the provision of peer support. Previous research indicates peer assistance effectively enhances such skills and is valued by fellow students who welcome the opportunity to approach more experienced students for help...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27870321/exploring-trust-in-online-health-information-a-study-of-user-experiences-of-patients-co-uk
#2
Anna Cunningham, Frances Johnson
This feature has been co-authored by Anna Cunningham and her supervisor Frances Johnson. It is based on the research Anna conducted for her dissertation, which she completed as part of her MA in Library and Information Management at Manchester Metropolitan University. The study explored how people assess the trustworthiness of online health information, and the participants were asked to talk aloud whilst viewing information on the consumer health information website patients.co.uk. The study confirmed that their assessment was based on the information usefulness and credibility as well as identifying the factors relating to information quality and website design that helped to form these judgements...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27870320/acknowledgements
#3
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December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27870319/stem-cell-research-the-role-of-information-seeking-and-scanning
#4
Sara Nelissen, Jan Van den Bulck, Marijke Lemal, Kathleen Beullens
BACKGROUND: The mass media have held an ongoing debate about stem cell research. However, few studies have investigated how individuals obtain information on stem cell research and whether this affects their knowledge and perspectives on stem cell research. OBJECTIVE: This study aims to investigate whether (i) cancer-diagnosed and non-diagnosed individuals differ in terms of their acquisition of stem cell research information, (ii) whether this information acquisition is associated with stem cell research knowledge and perspectives and (iii) whether having had a cancer diagnosis moderates these associations...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27870318/interactions-and-user-perceived-helpfulness-in-diet-information-social-questions-answers
#5
Yin Zhang, Peilin Wang
BACKGROUND: Online health information seeking using social questions and answers (Social Q&A) sites has been increasingly popular in recent years. It calls for better understanding of health information seeking behaviour and interactions between information seekers and information providers. OBJECTIVES: The study investigates how diet information seekers interact with information providers on WebMD Answers, which is a Social Q&A site devoted to health-related topics, and examines the factors that constitute a 'helpful' answer from an information seeker's perspective...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27870317/learning-to-write-through-reading
#6
EDITORIAL
Maria J Grant
Narrowing the gap between what we want to achieve as writings - publishing a report of our project - and what we achieve as readers - finding a study to inform our practice - can be challenging. One solution in enabling us to achieve this goal is to learn from close reading the writing of others, including writing in development. Close reading, appraisal in its broadest term, encourages us to articulate what we, putting us in touch with how an author has organised information, selected their words and structured their arguments...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27870316/a-comparative-review-of-gerontological-nursing-citation-data
#7
REVIEW
Marilia Y Antunez, Marcia Henry
BACKGROUND: Gerontological nursing is a highly interdisciplinary specialty. English-language bibliometric research is scarce. OBJECTIVES: Study gerontological nursing literature to identify journals useful for nurses and researchers working with older adults, help librarians assist gerontological nursing authors to find publication outlets and make library collection decisions. METHODS: Using a combination of methods, the authors identified cited journals in the Journal of Gerontological Nursing (JGN) and Geriatric Nursing (GN) from 2008 to 2010 using part of the Nursing and Allied Health Resources (NAHRS) Section protocol...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27612089/transforming-your-service-the-right-evidence-at-the-right-time-and-place
#8
EDITORIAL
Anthea Sutton
This virtual issue is published to coincide with the CILIP Health Libraries Group Conference 2016. The theme of the conference is Knowledge for Healthcare (KFH), the development framework for health care library and knowledge services (LKS), published by Health Education England. Transforming the service, and delivering the right evidence at the right time and place, is a key strategic focus of KFH. Therefore, this virtual issue draws on content published in Health Information and Libraries Journal (HILJ) in the last 2 years, which demonstrate initiatives in health care LKS in line with the transformation strands outlined in KFH...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27422676/international-trends-in-health-science-librarianship-part-20-the-balkan-states-serbia-and-slovenia
#9
Ana Ivkovic, Anamarija Rožić, Nana Turk
This is the 20th in a series of articles exploring international trends in health science librarianship in the 21st century. The focus of the present issue is the Balkan region (Serbia and Slovenia). The next regular feature will look at Russia and the Ukraine. JM.
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27381945/hiv-information-needs-of-parents-of-young-men-who-have-sex-with-men
#10
India D Rose, Daniela B Friedman
OBJECTIVE: Young men who have sex with men (YMSM) have unique health concerns, including high rates of HIV infection. To prevent HIV, YMSM need credible information from trusted sources, specifically parents. Little is known about what health information resources parents of YMSM need to communicate with their child about HIV prevention. The primary objective of this study was to examine the proxy health information seeking behaviours of parents of YMSM and to identify information resources that parents need to communicate with their YMSM identified child about HIV prevention...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27380768/an-investigation-of-the-questions-posted-on-medical-consultation-websites
#11
Ming-Hsin Phoebe Chiu
BACKGROUND: Online medical consultation has recently become a more and more popular alternative venue for healthcare. It allows patients and caregivers to discuss their health problems and symptoms with qualified medical health professionals via the Internet. OBJECTIVE: This study investigates the questions posted on an asynchronous online medical consultation website, Taiwan eDoctor. Five research themes are explored: (1) length of questions, (2) moment of seeking consultation, (3) strategies of communicating chief complaints, (4) purpose of seeking consultation and (5) identity disclosure...
December 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27503692/international-collaborations-in-learning-and-teaching-perspectives-from-a-visiting-professorship
#12
Hannah Spring, Marita Kunkel, Isaac Gilman, Nancy Henderson, John White
This article provides a reflection on the outcomes of an international collaboration between health librarians and academics at York St John University and Pacific University Oregon. In particular, it describes how a month-long visiting professorship from an academic with a clinical librarian background at the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences helped to develop and inform teaching practice in the areas of information literacy and evidence-based health practice on health programmes at Pacific University. Perspectives are offered from both institutions on the rich exchange of knowledge and practice that took place during the visit and the ongoing impact it has had on teaching practices...
September 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27503691/empowering-international-nursing-students-to-become-effective-library-users
#13
Aoife Murray, Hugh Preston
This article summarises the research conducted for a dissertation which addressed the needs of students and academic staff of the Bachelor of Nursing International programme at St. Angela's College, Ireland. Aoife Murray completed an MSc Econ Information and Library Studies in 2015 from Aberystwyth University via distance learning. She gained a distinction for her work and has co-written the article with Hugh Preston, her dissertation supervisor. Aoife highlights the recommendations she made as a result of her research and the programme put in place to deliver those recommendations...
September 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27503690/demonstrating-the-financial-impact-of-clinical-libraries-a-systematic-review
#14
REVIEW
Anne Madden, Pamela Collins, Sondhaya McGowan, Paul Stevenson, David Castelli, Loree Hyde, Kristen DeSanto, Nancy O'Brien, Michelle Purdon, Diana Delgado
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this review is to evaluate the tools used to measure the financial value of libraries in a clinical setting. METHODS: Searches were carried out on ten databases for the years 2003-2013, with a final search before completion to identify any recent papers. RESULTS: Eleven papers met the final inclusion criteria. There was no evidence of a single 'best practice', and many metrics used to measure financial impact of clinical libraries were developed on an ad hoc basis locally...
September 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27503689/becoming-business-critical-knowledge-for-healthcare
#15
EDITORIAL
Sue Lacey Bryant, David Stewart, Louise Goswami, Maria J Grant
Significant progress has been made in implementing Knowledge for Healthcare. This editorial reports the central contribution of effective partnerships and the involvement of librarians and knowledge specialists in this work. There are compelling business priorities. Key elements of work-streams on demonstrating impact, workforce development and streamlining are indicated, along with areas of growing importance - knowledge management, embedded roles and health information for the public and patients. Knowledge, and the skills to help people to use it, are business critical...
September 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27384106/international-trends-in-health-science-librarianship-part-19-the-balkan-states-bulgaria-and-croatia
#16
Savina Kirilova, Lea Skoric
This is the 19th in a series of articles exploring international trends in health science librarianship in the 21st century. The focus of the present issue is the Balkan Region (Bulgaria and Croatia). The next regular feature column will investigate two other Balkan states - Serbia and Slovenia. JM.
September 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27283006/the-health-and-libraries-of-public-use-retrospective-study-helpurs
#17
Sam Zager, Amy Haskins, Katherine Maland, Christina Holt
BACKGROUND: Public libraries may promote health through literacy, education and social connections. OBJECTIVE: To conduct the first broad-based, quantitative exploration of health and public library patronage. METHODS: Retrospective cross-sectional study. All 2925 adult patients at a general practice clinic living in a small north-eastern U.S. city were invited by mail to participate; 243 consented. Clinical variables from the medical records were combined with library usage variables from the public library patron database...
September 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27060995/information-seeking-behaviour-and-information-needs-of-lgbtq-health-professionals-a-follow-up-study
#18
Martin Morris, K R Roberto
BACKGROUND: Except for one study in 2004, the literature has no data on the information-seeking behaviour of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) health professionals. After a decade of change for LGBTQ people, and the growth of electronic information sources and social networks, it is appropriate to revisit this subject. OBJECTIVES: To gain an updated understanding of the information-seeking behaviour of LGBTQ health professionals and of how medical libraries can provide a culturally competent service to such users...
September 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26725746/a-profile-of-inactive-information-seekers-on-influenza-prevention-a-survey-of-health-care-workers-in-central-kentucky
#19
Sujin Kim, Kevin Real
OBJECTIVE: This study developed a profile of inactive information seekers by characterising how they are different from active seekers, identifying possible determinants of inactive seekers and understanding characteristics of frequently asked influenza-related questions. METHODS: A survey and follow-up interviews were conducted between December 2010 and January 2011. A total of 307 health care workers in three hospitals in Central Kentucky (USA) are included. RESULTS: Four study groups were formed based on their information-seeking and vaccination uptake status: (1) Inactive Seekers with Vaccination (N = 141); (2) Inactive Seekers without Vaccination (N = 49); (3) Active Seekers with Vaccination (N = 107); and (4) Active Seekers without Vaccination (N = 10)...
September 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27293082/the-potential-of-educational-comics-as-a-health-information-medium
#20
Sarah McNicol
OBJECTIVES: To investigate ways in which educational comics might provide support in dealing with feelings and attitudes towards health conditions, as well as improving understanding of factual information and to identify potential weakness of comics as a medium for health information. METHODS: Semi-structured interviewees with eleven university students who either had a mental or physical health condition themselves or had a family member with a health condition...
June 13, 2016: Health Information and Libraries Journal
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