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Celebrate HSLIC Librarians in the Curriculum for National Library Week

by Leah Everitt on 2024-04-11T09:00:00-06:00 in Teaching & Learning | 0 Comments

Part of National Library Week’s Ready, Set, Library! celebrates libraries and librarians meeting their users where they are. HSLIC librarians do this all the time, but it’s not always obvious when we do it. Our librarians are embedded in many HSC courses and teach several stand-alone courses. We would like to take this opportunity to highlight the courses our librarians are involved with.

Lisa Acuff helped develop and teach Introduction to Translational Evidence Informed Practice - NURS 701 and the DPT Capstone, she also co-taught the Geriatric elective in the Interprofessional Education program.













Dr. Jon Eldredge is one of the Instructors of Record for the Quantitative Medicine Block in the School of Medicine, co-teaches Foundations of Research Methodologies Physician Assistant course, co-teaches the Determinants & Equity in Public Health Master of Population Health course and co-teaches Dental Hygiene Research in the Dental Hygiene program.

Lori Sloane developed and taught a session on data management in the College of Population Health’s new Doctoral Seminar PH 690.

Leah Everitt updated and taught sessions on literature searching for evidence based practice in Aspects of Patient Care 713 and 753 in the College of Pharmacy.

Ingrid Hendrix taught a series of literature searching sessions to the University of New Mexico Hospital's Unit Based Educators. She also taught a literature searching session in Introduction to Research and Medical Imaging in the Radiologic Sciences Program. She also teaches in the Physical Assessment and Primary Care of Adults courses in the Family Nurse Practitioner program on the topic- Considerations in Caring for Patients with Disabilities.

Melissa Rethlefsen developed, taught, and facilitated the Rigor and Reproducibility Journal Club in the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program and Leah Everitt helped co-facilitate. Melissa also taught an Introduction to FAIR Data, Bioinformatics, and Machine Learning in the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program, BIOM564/BME518.

HSLIC’s efforts in the curriculum and other aspects of HSC education are reported yearly in the HSLIC Annual Report. HSLIC also hosts their own workshops open to the entire HSC community.  Visit the Events Calendar to see upcoming workshops. HSLIC aims to meet their users where they are and being embedded in the curriculum helps us to achieve this goal, we look forward to continuing the partnerships highlighted in this post and gaining more!

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