Elizabeth Connor

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Web 2.0 refers to an emerging social environment that uses various tools to create, aggregate, and share dynamic content in ways that are more creative and interactive than transactions previously conducted on the Internet. The extension of this social environment to libraries, sometimes called Library 2.0, has profound implications for how librarians will(More)
Attention and memory deficits are among the most prominent cognitive disturbances observed in schizophrenia. It has been suggested that a disruption in anatomical connectivity between areas involved in attentional control might be responsible for these abnormalities. We used Diffusion Tensor Tractography and Color Stroop/Negative Priming(NP) paradigm to(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the effects of librarian-provided services in healthcare settings on patient, healthcare provider, and researcher outcomes. MATERIALS AND METHODS Medline, CINAHL, ERIC, LISA (Library and Information Science Abstracts), and the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials were searched from inception to June 2013. Studies involving(More)
In response to curricular changes, many academic health sciences librarians have participated in curriculum planning and/or developed informatics course requirements for students enrolled at health sciences universities. This article describes the use of clinical vignette assignments, student journal club activities, and vignette-type multiple choice(More)
Chat reference refers to the use of instant messaging and call center software to support interactive text or voice communication with library patrons. Instant messaging has been integrated into many e-commerce environments, and into the social lives of many teenagers and young adults, affording a level of immediacy and intimacy not possible with e-mail(More)
Experience with 1 patient undergoing second trimester therapeutic abortion induced by prostaglandin F2alpha administration is described. Serious hypokalemia in association with cardiac arrhythmia followed intraamniotic administration of the drug. Further observations on a group of normal subjects receiving prostaglandin injections for induction of abortion(More)
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