ELLEN CRUMLEY, HealthInfo
& Searching Practice Inc.
Learn the steps to setting up and conducting comprehensive searches. Find
out if it is really possible to find "everything" out there and
how you decide where to search to find the information required.
June 14th, 2005
3-4pm Eastern Time (12 noon Pacific Time)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Academic librarians, librarians who do a lot of searching and librarians
who work with researchers.
HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
Understand the comprehensive search process and how it differs from other
types of searches
Learn how to think differently about searching
Learn the types of questions that need to be considered for complex
KEY TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE SESSION
Learn what questions to ask when setting up comprehensive searches
Learn how to put together complex searches
Find out key resources to search for information and how to consider where
you will search for a specific project (using examples)
METHOD OF INSTRUCTION
Audio teleconference session with an accompanying PowerPoint presentation.
Member: $48.00 + GST
Non-Member: $68.00 + GST
Fees include telephone connection, all long-distance charges and allows for
multiple people to participate in one location.
Ellen Crumley(b/> has extensive
experience conducting comprehensive searches in health sciences and
librarianship. She has published several articles about comprehensive
searching and recently submitted a systematic review about systematic
searching for publication. Her peer-reviewed hemophilia and von
Willebrand's disease searches are posted on the Internet at: http://www.ahcdc.ca/vWD.htm
Ellen runs her own librarian practice and is a Senior Member certified by
of Health Information Professionals.
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