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Contact Sherrod Library via firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need evidence-based resources to inform your clinical care or case-based teaching:
On a very limited basis during 2020-2021, the Medical Library is willing to review requests for librarian participation as co-investigators or study staff in faculty and graduate student research focusing on health literacy, patient education, patient information behaviors and needs, evidence-based nursing, literature reviews, and other topics with an information use/behavior component.
The Medical Library has expertise in co-authoring systematic reviews but currently does not have adequate staffing to support multiple simultaneous systematic review projects. We can provide feasibility guidance such as education on the steps involved in a systematic review, resources required, defining an answerable non-redundant question, and when a systematic review is or is not appropriate. Partnership on systematic reviews may be possible in an extremely limited number of cases for well-defined questions that are very limited in scope/body of evidence (due to time- and resource-intensive nature of these projects).
Research partnership requests should go directly to the Associate Dean/Medical Library director Rachel Walden via email@example.com.