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  • Slide 1 - Embedded Informationists in Emergency Response Kacy Allgood, MLS AHIP June 19th, 2013 allgoodk@iu.edu www.ambulanceridinglibrarian.com
  • Slide 2 - Grace and Harold Sewell Memorial Fund 12 month mid-career Fellowship Establishes embedded librarians in medicine 2 Fellowships every other year This year Kacy & her counterpart make the 7th & 8th Fellows More info available at sewellfund.org Thank you Sewell Fund!
  • Slide 3 - Agencies I Support Indiana University, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Division of Out-of-Hospital Care Indianapolis EMS(IEMS) Indiana Emergency Medical Services for Children MESH
  • Slide 4 - Stakeholders -Ambulance Chiefs -Paramedics/EMTs -EMS Educators -Academic Medical Faculty -CEO & attorneys
  • Slide 5 - Champions & Buy-in
  • Slide 6 - Questions 1& 2 How can you identify either institutional stakeholders or local leaders in emergency responders in your area? Are there unique informational needs for your emergency response teams? How can you discover their needs?
  • Slide 7 - Selling Information Services Curiosity is your friend Explain role/offer your services Bring donuts
  • Slide 8 - Stereotype not a bad thing… Shushing Librarian Image credit: mashe / 123RF Stock Photo
  • Slide 9 - Librarians are trusted professionals One of the most trusted professions in America (Time Mag.) Non-threatening Service oriented Often free to our direct clients Not selling anything except the facts Image credit: pressmaster / 123RF Stock Photo
  • Slide 10 - Question 3 How can you “sell” your library services?
  • Slide 11 - What I don’t do… I do not do research while on the back of the ambulance I do not answer reference questions at the point of clinical care
  • Slide 12 - What I do… In the beginning, we were a little unsure… Meetings Got involved with a lot of projects Met a lot of people Shadowing CE
  • Slide 13 - Muscatatuck Urban Training Center Used by the military, EMS, fire, police, public safety and more http://www.mutc.in.ng.mil/
  • Slide 14 - Not so different after all… I became as embedded as embedded can be Academic medical librarian – Embedded librarian in EMS
  • Slide 15 - Run narrative
  • Slide 16 - Research for Updating Protocols
  • Slide 17 - Services offered Teaching information literacy & technology Lit searches Writing/Grant writing Project management Value-added services Motivator Relationship building
  • Slide 18 - Goals Publish more prehospital literature Build a relationship with the medics/EMTs and chiefs Teach paramedics information literacy
  • Slide 19 - Question 4 Can you think of goals that you and your emergency response team might share?
  • Slide 20 - MESH – Healthcare Intelligence Types of information that MESH streams Geospatial (maps, traffic videos) Social media News More
  • Slide 21 - MESH Situational Awareness Brief
  • Slide 22 - MESH Disaster Training for Librarians Goal – to provide enhanced access to the most up-to-date and accurate health and disaster preparedness information to librarians/informationists, local and state public health and emergency management agencies, and healthcare providers and institutions in Indiana. The project will specifically address practices and methods for information sharing, information retrieval and document access, and skill development among the various groups. ICS & COOP planning made possible through NLM Medical librarians working group
  • Slide 23 - Creative Connections IMCPL/IEMS/IndyCARES IMPD Indy Social Services
  • Slide 24 - Questions 5, 6 & 7 What unique, established relationships could you use to build new projects or other relationships? What relationships should you establish to help with your information dissemination goals? How can you be a creative problem solver?
  • Slide 25 - Thanks to: Grace and Harold Sewell Memorial Fund Indiana Emergency Medical Services for Children Indiana University, Department of Emergency Med. Indianapolis EMS MESH Drs. Charles Miramonti, Dan O’Donnell, Andrew Stevens, Elizabeth Weinstein &Mary Ann Kozak, DrPH, Chad Priest, RN, MSN, JD
  • Slide 26 - Questions?
  • Slide 27 - MLA CE 1 Hour MLA CE available for today’s webinar: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ambulancelibrarian Open until COB July 5, 2013
  • Slide 28 - July SCR CONNECTions Date: Wednesday, July 17th Time: 10:30 am (CT) / 9:30 am (MT) Topic: PubMed Health and Systematic Reviews Guest Speaker: Hilda Bastian, PubMed Health, NCBI (National Library of Medicine, NIH) Update: To minimize audio problems a call in number will be provided. Join us next month!

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