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Review for librarians of evidence-based practice in nursing and the allied health professions in the United States.
OBJECTIVE This paper provides an overview of the state of evidence-based practice (EBP) in nursing and selected allied health professions and a synopsis of current trends in incorporating EBP intoExpand
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Evidence-Based Practice in Health Education and Promotion: A Review and Introduction to Resources
This review examines evidence-based practice (EBP) in health education and promotion with a focus on how academically trained health educators develop EBP skills and how health education andExpand
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Public Health Outreach Forum: lessons learned.
The accompanying article in this report, “Public Health Outreach Forum: Report,” describes the planning process and the program that constituted a forum held at the National Library of Medicine (NLM)Expand
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Research engagement of health sciences librarians: a survey of research-related activities and attitudes.
INTRODUCTION The extent to which health sciences librarians are engaged in research is a little-studied question. This study assesses the research activities and attitudes of Medical LibraryExpand
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Digital Research Data Curation: Overview of Issues, Current Activities, and Opportunities for the Cornell University Library
Formed in December of 2006, the Cornell University Library's Data Working Group's purpose is to exchange information about CUL activities related to data curation, to review and exchange informationExpand
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Mapping the literature of emergency nursing.
  • K. Alpi
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA
  • 1 April 2006
PURPOSE Emergency nursing covers a broad spectrum of health care from trauma surgery support to preventive health care. The purpose of this study is to identify the core literature of emergencyExpand
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Subject matter expert and public evaluations of a veterinary toxicology course brochure-writing assignment.
Veterinary schools are increasingly developing students' communication skills, with an emphasis placed on practice conveying medical and scientific knowledge to different audiences. We describe howExpand
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Recognizing the Value of Threshold Concepts: Application of a Conceptual Tool to Professional Students Learning to Be Researchers
ABSTRACT Threshold concepts, as theorized by Meyer and Land, are key understandings, ways of thinking, and subjectivities that are necessary for newcomers to learn in order to participateExpand
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Expert searching in public health.
  • K. Alpi
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA
  • 2005
OBJECTIVE The article explores the characteristics of public health information needs and the resources available to address those needs that distinguish it as an area of searching requiringExpand
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Review and hypothesis: does Graves' disease develop in non-human great apes?
BACKGROUND Graves' disease, caused by stimulatory thyrotropin receptor (TSHR) autoantibodies, has not been observed in animals. In contrast, Hashimoto's thyroiditis develops in chickens, rats, mice,Expand
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