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Evidence-Based Librarianship: An Introduction

ELLEN CRUMLEY, HealthInfo & Searching Practice, Inc.

Based upon the presentation made at the Saskatchewan Library Association in May 2004, this session will offer an overview of the development of Evidence-Based Librarianship (EBL). Presentations made at the 2003 EBL conference are incorporated (with permission) in order to give an international, more rounded perspective about EBL.

Tuesday, March 8, 2005
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Eastern time (12 noon Pacific Time)

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    €     Learn about making a positive profession change by incorporating EBL into your daily practice
    €     Learn how you can contribute to the development of EBL
    €     Learn about the domains of librarianship research (e.g., reference, collections, etc.)

    €     The development of Evidence-Based Librarianship nationally and internationally
    €     How EBL has developed in health sciences librarianship and branched out to include all areas of librarianship


 Audio teleconference session supported by a PowerPoint document.


 Librarians interested in learning about research or who are conducting research. Any librarians interested in learning more about EBL. All librarians are welcome.


 Member: $48.00 + GST
 Non-Member $68.00 + GST
 No limit on listeners per location. Includes all bridging and long distance costs.

A Saskatchewan Library Association program for the Education Institute.


Ellen Crumley contributed three chapters to the 2004 Evidence-Based Practice for Information Professionals handbook and has written several articles about EBL in local and national journals. She is a Senior Member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals. Ellen was the Co-chair for the 2003 EBL conference in Edmonton and is a current member of the Program Committee for the October 2005 Evidence based Librarianship Conference in Australia. She started HealthInfo & Searching Practice Inc. (www.hisp.ca) in September 2004 after recognizing the need for consultant health sciences librarians.

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