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Re: MEDLIB-L Digest - 5 Nov 2006 to 6 Nov 2006 (#2006-264)

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"Hamilton, Patricia" <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 7 Nov 2006 08:22:02 -0700

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I'm struggling with the same situation and would love to see your results  when you've compiled them.  We are toying with the idea of recruiting specific trial participants and giving themcertain questions (NOT MANY) that we'd like them to answer regarding the ease of using the database and may 2-3 sample-ish questions specifically for them to try against all databases and compare the results and ease of use. 


Pat Hamilton 
Director, Medical Library
353 Fairmont Blvd, PO Box 6000
Rapid City, SD 57701-6000
605-719-7101     605-719-1578 (fax)
Hours:  9-4:00 M-F


*************************
Dear list members,


A group of librarians at the University of British Columbia has recently


formed a point-of-care resources evaluation working group. Owing to the=20
the growing number of available point-of care / clinical decision-making


tools, we felt we needed to take a more systematic and thoughtful=20
approach to assessing the quality and value of these tools.


As part of our efforts to learn more about these resources we'd like to=20
ask for your views. If you have carried out evaluations (both formal and


informal) in your respective institutions, we'd love to hear from you.=20
For instance, what were your criteria for evaluating tools such as=20
Up-To-Date, FirstConsult, ACP Pier, etc.? Was there a clear preference=20
for one resource over others, and if so, why? How does your institution=20
feel about the value of these tools and the roles they play? Thank you=20
and we look forward to hearing about your experiences.


Please send your responses to [log in to unmask], and I will summarize=20
for the list. Thank you!


Best,
Teresa Lee
--=20


Reference Librarian, Woodward Library
University of British Columbia
2198 Health Sciences Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3


t: 604.822.4442
f: 604.822.5596
e: [log in to unmask]
Have a question? MSN me! MSN ID: [log in to unmask]


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Subject: MEDLIB-L Digest - 5 Nov 2006 to 6 Nov 2006 (#2006-264)



There are 16 messages totalling 1194 lines in this issue.


Topics of the day:


   1. ILL-Clinical Cardiology
   2. ILL: Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, Volume 60, Number 1, February 2006,
      32-37(6)
   3. UpToDate willing to bargain?
   4. Photos and Images Databases: Pros / Cons / Like and Dislikes
   5. Hospital ILL charges summary (long)
   6. ILL: Rehabilitation Psychology (1992) 37, 305-321.
   7. Recovery of overdues
   8. Resource: Comprehensive website eval criteria
   9. LinkOut problem
  10. ILL asap: Drug safety 1990;5(1):39-64.
  11. ILL-Infusion Therapy Team Manual
  12. UBC working group
  13. Hospital ILL Charges
  14. JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Eskind Biomedical Library, Vanderbilt University,
      Internship position
  15. ILL: CONSUMER CHOICE NEWS
  16. "Quick Sheet" patient information - do you have, who publishes?


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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 13:51:06 +0200
From:    GUSSUN GUNES <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL-Clinical Cardiology


Dear All, I need following article for my faculty member. Could someone
have this journal ? I appreciated for your help.
 
Best regards,
 
Gussun
 
Reducing global risk for cardiovascular disease: using lifestyle
changes and pharmacotherapy. Clin Cardiol. 2002 May;25(5):205-12. 
 
Ms. Gussun Gunes
Health Sciences Librarian
Koc University School of Nursing Library 
Guzelbahce Sok. No:20 D-Blok 
34365 Nisantasi-Istanbul Turkey
Tel:90-212 311 2620
Fax:90-212 311 2621


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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 17:53:38 +0530
From:    Shivendra Singh <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL: Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, Volume 60, Number 1, February  2006, 32-37(6)


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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 10:38:19 -0600
From:    "Kennedy, Joy" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: UpToDate willing to bargain?


Folks--don't blame UptoDate too much for being unwilling to bargain with =
hospitals.  You have to understand their target audience to understand =

why hospitals and hospital libraries aren't a primary focus for them.  =

Their main market is individual physicians.  They give, I'm told, very =

sweet deals to academic medical centers simply because those =
institutions train physicians.  They hope to get the new physicians =
familiar with and dependent on their product while in medical schools =

such that they want to continue an individual subscription after they =

enter practice. =20


They don't particularly WANT hospitals to give wholesale privileges to =

physicians.  They certainly don't want the library to have a password so =
that an individual computer can access Uptodate.  They will even give =

hospitals a slight break on the price if they will hold educational =
sessions and let them market their individual subscriptions to doctors =

there. =20


Why they would be willing to forgo a big contract and be more interested =
in getting each doctor to have an individual subscription I don't know.  =
There might be some long term strategy to sell other products more =
suitable to physicians directly to them--possibly CME products.  Usually =
vendors don't want to have lots and lots of little individual access =
contracts and prefer to deal with classes or groups of individual users =

but UptoDate doesn't for some reason.  If you don't particularly CARE if =
a hospital subscribes to your product you don't mind losing them as a =

customer so you won't bargain with them. Simple logic (though kind of =

strange).  Joy=20


Joy Kennedy, MLS
Health Resource Library
Northwest Community Healthcare
800 N. Central Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL 60005-2392
Phone: 847/618-5180
Fax: 847/618-5189
email: [log in to unmask]



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and/or exempt from disclosure under applicable law and is intended =
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accompanying documents.  Thank you.=20


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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 12:52:14 -0500
From:    "Bishop, Christopher" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Photos and Images Databases: Pros / Cons / Like and Dislikes


Good afternoon,=20


I am looking for some input from our members on experience with
image/animation/graphic databases. Pros and Cons. We are wanting to
utilize the images/photos mostly for e-learning content.


I will summarize for the list.


I have scanned the archives and came up with a few items, but nothing
real recent.


Chris Bishop
Manager of Library Services
317-355-3600 phone
317-351-7816 fax
[log in to unmask]


Community Health Network
Library Network
1500 North Ritter
Indianapolis, IN 46219


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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 12:54:44 -0500
From:    "Moore, Cassandra" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Hospital ILL charges summary (long)


Good afternoon,


Last week I posted a question regarding Hospital ILL charges and employee=
s returning to school.  Many of you requested a summary.  I received quit=
e a few replies and have listed them below.  Thanks for all of the respon=
ses. They have been very helpful.


Cassandra Moore, MLS
Riverside Regional Medical Center
310 Main Street
Newport News, VA 23601
phone:(757) 240-2403  fax:(757) 240-2401




We provide ILLs at no charge to all employees for work related informatio=
n.  We assume that if they are in school, that it is related to their job=
=2E  If we feel that they could get the information faster at their schoo=
l, we let them know, but leave them the choice as to whether we or the sc=
hool should provide it.
**********************
It is our policy to provide free ILL service to Associates who
are taking classes....we usually try to get the articles from Free Share =
libraries, but, when that isn't possible, the library absorbs the cost.
*************************
We do not pay for ILL articles for employees who are requesting the artic=
les for school papers.  We also do not have a set up that allows employee=
s to pay the Library for an ILL.  I tell them to go to their school libra=
ry and request it through them.
*************************
When our employees request articles for school, we advise them that we wi=
ll only provide those that are in our collection, or those that can be ea=
sily obtained for free from another local library.  We do not charge our =
employees for this service, we consider it an employee benefit.  We do no=
t pay for any articles for school purposes.  If a requested article is av=
ailable for a fee only, we advise the employee to request the article fro=
m their school library, as all the schools around here provide this as a =
free service and do not pass along ILL costs unless they are abused or ex=
orbitant.
*************************
We use FreeShare and try to make sure
we do not hit any one library too hard.


All requests for patient care- from a physician
or a nurse are processed first.


Then requests for work related issues (research
for policies, or new equipment, or employee
related issues).


After that, we process requests for school.
We ask students to pick a reasonable number
of articles - and that has worked fine.


I believe that an educated nurse is more help
to the physician and more help to the patient-
so we try to be very supportive of our=20
nurses in school.
****************************
This is always a sticky situation and we felt it was best to not have a
black and white policy rather a more specificed "grey" policy, it
states:


Interlibrary Loan Policies


The Library can obtain/borrow books or journal articles from other
libraries. This service is available to all physicians and employees
affiliated with the Network for work-related needs.=20


For employees taking classes, we will attempt to obtain requested items,h=
owever, the number of items may be limited at the discretion of library s=
taff.=20


(The discretion is taken in the account of amount, time needed etc.) We
have found it simple to provide this service, as part of our network
exceptional employee experience, without too many people taking
"advantage" of it. Of course with any good thing, there will be some
people who take advantage of it, but if they are made aware of the above =
policy most do not. I have only had to cut off 2 or 3 people in over 3 ye=
ars. (additionally, we allow for people to request items via e-forms and =
discusses/reminds patrons of time constraints and amounts for  employees =
taking classes


All ILL request are processed. Employee-Students pay for non free Ill's.


You make think I'm crazy, but I look upon providing this type of service
as "value added". Just like owning your own business, there is no such
thing as "too many customers". Of course, if a few patrons become a
little excessive with their requests, you can set limits. Nurses are
very grateful for any and all help the library offers.=20


I can go on & on with the benefits of providing this service, but I
think you get the picture. For the record, I'm in a 170 bed community
hospital, which has one teaching program, medical & pharm students. The
library staff consists of one assistant & myself.


I refer them to their college library.  I sometimes get something if I ca=
n get it free. I am more likely to do it for someone taking online course=
s than attending classes in person.  I tell them that if they go through =
the college library there are tons of articles online full text they can =
get free or they should have the college library get it for them.  They c=
an do it online.  They don't have to go in person.


We do not charge anyone - employees or other libraries.


We assist employees going back to school in any way we can, especially
in getting items we do not have.  Although, sometimes books ILL costs
money, we do not have all they need.  Our institution supports the CE of =
the staff, and we feel we must support that essential part of the
institution.  I encourage you to align yourself with your institutional
culture and be sure your supervisor/administrator knows you help this
essential support of the clinical skills and performance of the staff.


Currently, we try to discuss w employee/students the document delivery=20
policies of their various schools, and what is available to them via the =
electronic resources of their schools.  We encourage them to use all reso=
urces of their schools first.  Many times, the school has some=20
electronic mechanism for this.  Graduate students especially may be=20
covered for ILL.  The schools have varying policies, such as so many per =
class per semester, or they pay the first $5., then the student pays any =
additional per request, or even unlimited for grad students.  We try to g=
et them to think ahead, and not just use us because we are convenient and=
  easy and familiar, but let them know that it really jacks up our costs, =
and that we need to keep these down, especially when they have paid their=
  tuition to these schools, and that tuition does include various library =
services.  We want them to "get their money's worth" and figure they shou=
ld also want that, so present it sort of from that angle.  If we obtain s=
omething for them, that their school would also do, that is like double p=
aying, and everyone understands that concept as not one that is good for =
the hospital.  We tell them if they have exhausted their school's resourc=
es to come back to us, and we would see what we can do.  As you may surmi=
se, we do not charge them back, currently, for this service, and would li=
ke to keep it like this, so when we explain it all to them, and help them=
  figure out what their schools offer, most are very cooperative and conse=
rvative about what they ask us to get for them.  They are often amazed at=
  what their school offers directly to them online.   Apparently all of th=
e programs do not do a thorough job of  library instruction for these stu=
dents, or else it is just overwhelming to them, and it doesn't all soak i=
n.  We are located in a hospital of around 200 beds, and have 1 librarian=
  and 1 staff person, and we also provide outreach to and serve as a resou=
rce library for other community hospitals in our area, as we are an AHEC =
library.  If they all used us for every item they needed, not only would =
this be expensive, but our staffing level could not support that.  This h=
ospital is a magnet hospital, and is strongly supportive of everyone cont=
inuing their formal education, working for certification, and other educa=
tional endeavors, so we, too, have many folks working in numbers of degre=
e programs.


*************************
Hi,
=20
Our policy is to provide for free all items that we can borrow for free. =
  If there is a charge, we check with the student first to see if they wis=
h to pay.  If not, we refer them back to their school library's ILL.
=20
For practical purposes, if a student is requesting more than about 15-20 =
articles or if the requests are not scholarly, etc., I contact them and a=
sk them to come in for some training on how to find good articles and foc=
us their topic. =20
=20
*************************
First of all, when I find out they are going to school somewhere, I tell =
them they need to go to that library & request materials. If for some rea=
son they can't or the library isn't willing to get items at no charge, th=
en I will fill their requests.
**************************
We have had just a handful of students with this problem.  Since the prob=
lem is typically that they need more help rather than that they are just =
being too lazy to decide on articles, I haven't had the need to create a =
written policy or to have to enforce it.  Usually, when I contact the stu=
dent, they are so grateful to get help with their search/topic that the p=
roblem is quickly resolved.
**************************
I have my policy imbedded in a welcome letter.
**************************
For all school-related materials, I will process ILLs as part of our rout=
ine ILL service with the following rules:
=20
No rush service
All requests are free only; I will not handle fees, chargebacks, etc.
No ILLs for required / recommended readings from the syllabus
For materials we have inhouse, it's self-service: they have to download /=
  copy themselves
=20
This seems to keep it pretty well under control.  When I wrote these poli=
cies, I got the VP of Nursing to sign off on it so I have someone at my b=
ack on this.
************************
Please see the attached. Of particular interest is the "NOTE" at the bott=
om of the flyer. The online forms on the (intranet) library web page requ=
ire authorization form a manager/director for lit search or article reque=
st. Valid reason for authorization is patient care and hospital business.

Employees who are students have access to our online databases [ProQuest =
Health & Medical Complete & CINAHL] via their library bar code, and the b=
ooks on Stat!Ref. They are welcome to come in the library and make as man=
y copies as they want, and the fee (5 cents /page) is just to make them r=
ealize they are using hospital resources.
There are protocols in place with local colleges for interlibrary loan. A=
cademic libraries are for students.  Our library is considered a "special=
  library" (private) for hospital business. I try to impress that upon the=
m. If the (employee) is a student, they are required to use their academi=
c library. If an "online college" does not have a library (shame on them)=
  I send the employee to their public library.  I have cooperative lending=
  (ILL agreements) with all of the academic and public libraries through t=
he NH State Library. <http://www.nh.gov/nhsl/protocol/>
********************************
Articles obtained via ILL for school projects are $10.


**************************
As long as I have the budget to support the ILL requests, we don't
charge anyone. I am a staff of one and it just isn't worth my time to
engage in collecting money for the service. The administration is fully
supportive, thankfully and it has great PR value. It makes us seem more
approachable for staff. I wouldn't change it unless force to do so. =20

**************************
We do ILLs for employees going back to school ONLY if it's from a free
source...they have to decide if they're willing to pay for those items
that would cost.  It's a perk we offer employees...but the work load is
prioritized, patient care comes first.
***************************
My basic rule is: if the library is charged for more than $6 for the arti=
cle, it is charged back to the patron.
***************************
Here is our library policy on ILL.  I verify requests for ILL's that cost=
  with department manager.  Some school type request are for work projects=
  that they are also doing for school so it is really a gray area, if it h=
as anything to do with work, the library supports the information request=
=2E




       SECTION: P Number 1
      Origin Date:   June 15, 1999


       TITLE: PaperChase & Loansome Doc Requests
      Effective Date:



       Page Number: 1 of 1
      Revision Date:
      2/2006


       Review Responsibility:
      Review Dates:



PAPERCHASE & LOANSOME DOC REQUESTS



GENERAL STATEMENT



The Medical Library supports the use of library resources by accepting=20
requests for reprints and interlibrary loans from staff by a variety of=20
methods including PaperChase & Loansome Doc requests.  PaperChase is an=20
online information service that allows staff to find references in Medica=
l=20
Journals.  The hospital subscribes to the PaperChase service and has=20

established the program on the hospitals Meditech Terminals. Loansome Doc=
  is=20
the online service from the National Library of Medicine.



POLICY



1.  The Library staff will check email for PaperChase requests each=20
working day by logging into the Internet and opening the email account of=
  the library.


2   These requests will be printed and if the item is available in the li=
brary, the article will be photocopied and routed to the hospital affilia=
ted patron as daily work flow allows.  These will generally be filled by =
the next working day and sent to patron via interoffice mail.  If the req=
uest is for an urgent need, the patron will need to phone the library to =
request rush service.  The article can then be faxed to the work area for=
  same day service if it is available.


3.   There is no limit on the number of requests of inhouse materials the=
  patron may ask for but when requests exceed 10 items, the time required =
for filling the requests will be prolonged and fax service will not be av=
ailable.


4.    When the items are not available from the library collection, the=20
patron may request the item by interlibrary loan.  The library staff will=
  verify the request and confirm fee limits with the department manager an=
d requestor by MOX. This step is to verify the item is needed for hospita=
l related work.  Fees are paid for by the library.


  5. Interlibrary loans will be processed according to set library protoco=
ls and policies.



******************************
This population are good library users and we offer them all the help we =
can.  Since their schooling is subsidized by the  hospital and the
Library is the other big fringe benefit.  Make these future nurses into
appreciative library users and you will have life-long users.  We do not =
charge them, run searches for them , even get them the 4-5 "good"
article they need for their school projects.  Does that answer you
question?
*****************************
We supply anyone who works here with ILLs.  Those who are going to school=
  are heavy users, it is true, but they are also very grateful for our hel=
p.  Most of them are attending school to better themselves and their skil=
ls, and that can only improve patient care.  That's what we are all about=
=2E  And we have found that most of them pick a project that can not only=
  be used for a school project but is also applicable to their work situat=
ion.  Many improvements here on the units started out as school projects.


That said...we do not copy articles that we have in-house for anyone.  Th=
ey have to do that themselves.  We do searches for them and order things =
that we don't have.  But that is no more than we do for our rotating resi=
dents, medical and nursing students. =20


Hope this helps.


********************************
The portion of our ILL policy relating to borrows is:
" l.         Service Availability.  Materials not owned by the Medical Li=
brary but needed for health- or hospital-related purposes shall be ordere=
d at no charge for Saint Agnes physicians, nurses, allied health professi=
onals, and other paid staff.  Patients and their families will be assiste=
d with locally available resources but encouraged (not required) to reque=
st other materials through their physician's office.  No items will be or=
dered for non-staff students or the public; such clients will be advised =
to request materials through their school, university, or public library.=
   Materials may be ordered on a limited basis for sta ff members taking o=
r teaching classes if the requested materials will have a direct impact o=
n patient care or the employees' work for Saint Agnes.   Fee-based servic=
e may be provided to other clients at the librarian's discretion.  Reques=
ts may be refused if they are for an unreasonable number of articles, if =
materials do not meet the guidelines above, or if library staff determine=
  there would be excessive costs to the library for materials not needed f=
or immediate patient care."
      That said, we will occasionally borrow materials needed for staff me=
mbers who are students in a graduate or post-BA/BS program because they a=
re working at a higher level and really need specialized materials.  We d=
o not request materials for non-health-related classes and do not borrow =
any materials for school projects for other staff (well, sometimes we do =
if someone is really stressed) because both the local community colleges =
and universities have many full-text databases available to students.  Th=
e problem is often that the schools do not teach the students how to acce=
ss either their physical or their online libraries!
        Good luck!


*******************************
I guess it depends on what the problem is.  Are you
getting too many requests and are thinking to cut them
back by charging, or charging for cost recovery?


My policy here is that I will order anything for which
there is no charge. (I never say free!). =20


At my previous hospital, we did not order at all if we
knew it was for school, however, some people can be
sneakier than others.


Billing is such a headache, that it is better to stay
out of it, if you can.


********************************


You might try a couple of things.  One, advertise that
you are willing to order articles for school from the
sources where the hospital is not charged and put a
limit on them (3-5 per topic) and trust in people's
honesty.  Or you might set a policy that unless it is
for direct patient care, you reserve the right to
limit # of articles to be ordered.  You can make
exceptions for people you know are honestly ordering,
such as those setting up a new program, or your
educators that are putting together educational
programs.  Where I was before, I also made the policy
that I would not pay for any materials that were a
single page.  I don't think charging is going to stop
the sneaky people.  As we all know, where there is a
will there's a way. I also always thought it was
unfair that if a person were taking a class that had
something to do with their work, they could pass it
off as a work project, but those poor people who were
taking something totally different couldn't get away
with it.
***********************************
What I always hated were the physicians who expected
you to do their wife or child's ordering and/or
copying for them.


I did feel pretty good though that one of our new
employees who is also a student, recruited another
student to become an employee partly based on my
services.  The new gal was still in orientation when
she sought me out.


****************************
We are in the same boat, but we don't charge anyone on our hospital staff

unless the article is at cost to us.  As you can imagine, some people wan=
t
"everything" they can get on a subject without really being discerning ab=
out
how much they really "need".  If there's a cost involved, we have found m=
any
times they change the criteria for their "needs".  We simply pass along t=
he
cost $$ amount to them with a note (usually e-mail) that says - "we have
ordered __ articles for you from libraries that do not charge us for thei=
r
services.  The following were only available at a cost.  Please let us kn=
ow
if you are willing to pay for these."=20


Sometimes, they also have library resources available through their schoo=
l,
and if they really "need" the article, the school might have a FT databas=
e
that they can get it from "free".


Saves us a lot of time (and effort) in billing.
****************************


Currently we do not do ILL for items that are strictly for school.  I do
sometimes make exceptions to this rule for managers, especially when the
project they are working on is a combination of work- related and
school. =20
Hope this helps.


********************************


Having worked at a large university health sciences library prior to comi=
ng to a community hospital, I've seen the issue from both sides. At the u=
niversity, students were expected to obtain their articles either at our =
library or its databases, or they had to pay a per article fee to have an=
  ILL request.
=20
I don't have the budget (or frankly the time) to provide massive amounts =
of ILL to students. My policy (and which keeps me within my budget), is t=
o provide ILLs to physicians and other hospital professionals that are fo=
r patient care or research. If it is for a school project or "research" p=
aper for school, then I advise people requesting ILLs to obtain them from=
  their schools.
***********************************


We have hundreds of employees in school at any given time.  We emphasize
all the resources that are provided to them (24/7 access to the hospital
libraries, access to 200+ online journals and 100+ online books,etc., and

access to the print collections.


We do not do searching or ILL for school projects.  Smart employees find
projects to do at school that support their hospital team or managers.  I=
n
those cases we treat the work as hospital business.


We ran this policy by administration years ago.  Our administrators feel
that the generous tuition support offered to employees is sufficient and
that no library funds (or time) should be spent on school projects.


Hope this helps.


****************************
If it supports the learning of employees I do everything I can to supply =
materials.  I wish to grow old in this community and with this hospital p=
roviding my care. It is to my best interest and to the best interest of t=
he hospital to have a pool of educated professionals working for it. Ofte=
n nursing degrees require the nurse take elective courses as part of the =
program.  I have sourced material on espionage and art history and archeo=
logy. It all goes to their final degree and each of those courses was as =
necessary for them as the nursing theory and the statistics course.


**********************************
We are a community hospital with 255 beds.  We also have many employees
returning to school.  We do not do interlibrary loans for school work
unless it is a project they are working on for both school and the
hospital.  We charge 5 cents a page to copy for school work.  (That
started when an employee copied reams of items & half of the time left
them in the printer.)


That said, many of the employees are going to places like the Universityo=
f Phoenix which has full-text online databases as do many of the local co=
lleges & universities.  Many times the employees, who are going to school=
  part-time, are not aware of the resources that their schools can provide=
=2E
************************


Your ILL policy for staff needs to consider what resources are being made=
  available by whatever college they are enrolled in; my experience has be=
en that students have access to almost everything they could ever need on=
line -- they just need to figure out how to do it!  And I make clear to t=
hem that as a student, this is part of their responsibility to learn.
********************************
My library ILL policy does not distinguish between staff enrolled in scho=
ol and everyone else.  They are limited to no more than 10 items at one t=
ime or on one topic; they can't request entire issues or anything else th=
at raises copyright problems; monograph requests are limited to physician=
s or management level employees.  We do not do Rush requests for any reas=
on other than urgent patient care.
*****************************
I have found that student ILL requests are self-limiting when I tell them=
  it may take a week to receive articles; they never plan that far ahead!
*********************************
My position is probably influenced by my public library past -- school=20
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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 13:02:17 -0500
From:    Jennifer Melinn <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL: Rehabilitation Psychology (1992) 37, 305-321.


Hello,


If anyone could help me obtain this article I would really appreciate
it.


Koren, P.E., DeChillo, N., & Friesen, B. J. (1992).  Measuring
empowerment in families whose children have emotional disabilities:  A
brief questionnaire.  Rehabilitation Psychology, 37, 305-321.



Thanks,


jennifer



=20


_______________________________________


=20


Jennifer Melinn, MLIS


National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse


1211 Chestnut St. Suite 1207 Philadelphia, PA 19107


1-800-553-4539 ext. 256 * Fax 215-636-6312


[log in to unmask] * www.mhselfhelp.org * www.cdsdirectory.org


=20


Search the new Clearinghouse Directory of Consumer-Driven Services or
read about how you can apply to have your organization included at:
www.cdsdirectory.org.


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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 13:43:50 -0500
From:    Barbara Johnson <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Recovery of overdues


We are a children's hospital library open to parents and the general
community.  Our overdue and missing resources have reached the point
that we are considering employing the services of a collection agency
(that deals only with libraries) to recover the items but we are
concerned with the impact this action will have on our family-centered
care policies.  Are any of you in this position and if so, how are you
handling it?  I know this question has come up before and I apologize
for the repetition. Thanks for your insights.
 
Barbara Johnson, MLIS
Manager
Rubinstein Library
Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
3333 Burnet Ave. D 2-60
Cincinnati, OH 45229-3039
Ph:513-636-4626
Fax:513-636-0107
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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 13:58:37 -0500
From:    "Feddern, Tanya" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Resource: Comprehensive website eval criteria


Hello, everyone.  You may remember a few years back the excellent =
website evaluation criteria, Evaluating the Quality of Internet =
Information Sources: Consolidated Listing of Evaluation Criteria and =
Quality Indicators, written by Professors Gene Wilkinson, Lisa Bennett, =

and Kevin Oliver.  I got permission from one of the authors to post it =

up on my website.  You can access it here:
http://www.geocities.com/nqiya/Criteria.html
=20
I added a few additional things I look for in a website; I listed this =

at the end of their document and made it clear that any inaccuracies are =
mine.  The only thing I changed in their document is that I listed all =

their names at the top and included the citation Professor Oliver =
referred me to in his email.
=20
I no longer have the time to keep all areas of my website updated, =
however, I do plan on keeping it  alive, so you shouldn't have to rely =

on the Internet Archive: WayBack Machine to find it (that's how I =
originally retrieved it).  If you try visiting my site and get a message =
that visitor usage/transfer rate has exceeded, please try again in a few =
hours--or in a day or so.    =20
=20
Please feel free to repost this.
=20
Take care,


Tanya
=20
Tanya Feddern, MLIS, AHIP, MOT, OTR/L
http://www.geocities.com/nqiya/EBMbib.html
http://www.geocities.com/nqiya/index.html
Evidence-Based Medicine Assistant Professor; Reference & Education =
Services Librarian
University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, Louis Calder =

Memorial Library
=20


------------------------------


Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 14:02:27 -0500
From:    Janine Tillett <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: LinkOut problem


All of a sudden our LinkOut icons are not working from off-campus,
although they are working fine on campus. NLM says the problem is on our
end. Has anybody experienced anything like this? What happens is that
the user is not prompted for the proxy server passowrd that lets them in
and gets an error message instead.
=20
Janine Tillett, MSLS AHIP
Carpenter Library
WFU School of Medicine
Medical Center Blvd.
Winston-Salem NC 27157
(336) 716-3879
[log in to unmask]
=20


------------------------------


Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 14:09:01 -0500
From:    "Feddern, Tanya" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL asap: Drug safety 1990;5(1):39-64.


Hi, everyone.  Could someone please email this to me today for no =
charge?  One of my EBM medical students really needs it today. =20
=20
Raviglione MC, Pablos-Mendez A, Battan R.  Clinical features and =
management of severe dermatological reactions to drugs.
Drug Saf. 1990 Jan-Feb;5(1):39-64. Review.=20
PMID: 2138020 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]=20
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=3DPureSearch&db=3Dpubme=
d&details_term=3D2138020%5BUID%5D
=20
Thank you so much!


Tanya
=20
Tanya Feddern, MLIS, AHIP, MOT, OTR/L
http://www.geocities.com/nqiya/EBMbib.html
http://www.geocities.com/nqiya/index.html
Evidence-Based Medicine Assistant Professor; Reference & Education =
Services Librarian
University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, Louis Calder =

Memorial Library
=20


------------------------------


Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 11:35:52 -0800
From:    Cynthia Perkins <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL-Infusion Therapy Team Manual


Hi all
 
I am looking to borrow a title, if anyone has it. Infusion Therapy Team
Implementation Module. I have several nurses who want to look at it
before we decide to purchase.
 
Does anyone have it and will lend it to me?


Thanks
 
 
 
 
Cindy Perkins
Manager, Medical Library                                               

          
Children's Hospital Central California
9300 Valley Children's Place
Madera, CA  93638


559-353-6170
559-353-6176 fax
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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 15:01:44 -0500
From:    "Vaughn, Cynthia J" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: UBC working group


Posted on behalf of another medical librarian...please direct all
questions/comments to her!


********


Dear list members,


A group of librarians at the University of British Columbia has recently


formed a point-of-care resources evaluation working group. Owing to the=20
the growing number of available point-of care / clinical decision-making


tools, we felt we needed to take a more systematic and thoughtful=20
approach to assessing the quality and value of these tools.


As part of our efforts to learn more about these resources we'd like to=20
ask for your views. If you have carried out evaluations (both formal and


informal) in your respective institutions, we'd love to hear from you.=20
For instance, what were your criteria for evaluating tools such as=20
Up-To-Date, FirstConsult, ACP Pier, etc.? Was there a clear preference=20
for one resource over others, and if so, why? How does your institution=20
feel about the value of these tools and the roles they play? Thank you=20
and we look forward to hearing about your experiences.


Please send your responses to [log in to unmask], and I will summarize=20
for the list. Thank you!


Best,
Teresa Lee
--=20


Reference Librarian, Woodward Library
University of British Columbia
2198 Health Sciences Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3


t: 604.822.4442
f: 604.822.5596
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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 15:30:46 -0500
From:    "Polger, Mark-Aaron" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Hospital ILL Charges


Hi Cassandra,


We do provide ILL services for staff who are requesting items for work
related and non-work related purposes (i.e. school).
We have a fee schedule and we charge for ILL if hospital staff are
requesting articles for school.  We charge a fee in the range of $2.50
per article (when local hospital libraries provide the article) We
charge a maximum of $10-$15 when articles are sent by regional
universities.  All costs are discussed with our users before we proceed.
The ILL charges depend on the institution who sends the article (and
their fee schedule). We typically like to borrow/request from our
consortium members since we do not charge each other.


Best regards,


Mark Aaron Polger, MLIS, MA=20
Health Sciences Librarian- Church and Finch Sites
Humber River Regional Hospital=20
Church Site- Phone: 416.243.4597   Fax:    416.243.4236
Finch Site  (Mondays) Phone: 416.744.2500 x2583 Fax: 416.747.3819=20


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[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Moore, Cassandra
Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2006 9:10 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Hospital ILL Charges


Good Morning,


We are currently reevaluating our current ILL policies and procedures.
It seems a great deal of employees are returning to school and
requesting materials for this purpose. Would any hospital libraries be
willing to share their current policies?=20


Cassandra Moore, MLS
Riverside Regional Medical Center
310 Main Street
Newport News, VA 23601
phone:(757) 240-2403  fax:(757) 240-2401




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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 14:48:44 -0600
From:    "Todd, Pauline M" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Eskind Biomedical Library, Vanderbilt University, Internship position


Forwarding on behalf of my colleague, Nila Sathe.  Please respond to her
at the number and email listed below with any questions.
Thank you.
Pauline
=20
=20
The Eskind Biomedical Library has 2 open intern positions.=20


Description and Requirements


Setting=20


Eskind Biomedical Library (EBL) at Vanderbilt University offers a
one-year Library Intern appointment with the possibility for extension
as a second-year Library Fellow. This position is designed to provide
post-MLS training in a dynamic health care environment. The library
operates as an Integrated Advanced Information Management System (IAIMS)
library that is integrated with the Department of Biomedical Informatics
and other departments as part of the Informatics Center. In this unique
setting, interns have opportunities for advanced training in health
science librarianship and biomedical informatics.=20


Goals and Projects=20


In addition to working with essential library products and services,
interns experience a variety of exciting responsibilities such as
filtered and evidence-based information services to VUMC clinicians;
working with researchers; participating in projects to integrate
filtered information provision into informatics tools; developing
library research projects and scholarly communications; enhancing
knowledge management tools; participating in and developing user and
staff training sessions; and using their skills to assist fellow library
staff and users.=20


Training Approach=20


The training approach is a mixture of life-long learning and
project-based management. Library interns will be actively involved in
various program areas or projects in order to develop lasting skills
such as leadership, setting priorities, planning, time management and
allocating resources. Along with the extensive experiential training,
the intern is expected to complete the library's comprehensive staff
training program and may be expected to audit classes in the Vanderbilt
Schools of Medicine and Nursing and attend biomedical informatics
seminars and grand rounds. In addition, interns are expected to
demonstrate knowledge gained through the training program in training
and filtering skills verification sessions. This intern position offers
unique exposure to all facets of an innovative and
internationally-recognized academic medical center library. The program
is designed for recent MLS graduates who want the opportunity to
participate in a dynamic library environment.=20


Desired Qualifications=20


The successful candidate will have strong organizational and critical
thinking skills, a high level of self-direction and motivation,
demonstrated attention to detail, excellent communication and customer
service skills. Interns should have an interest in lifelong learning and
in contributing to the profession through research projects and
scholarly communications. Interns should be able to prioritize and work
both independently and as part of a team. Candidates should possess a
vision for the future of libraries/information services and be excited
about working in a fast paced, highly demanding and dynamic environment.
Candidates should also have a genuine interest in working in a
non-traditional health sciences library and demonstrated interest in the
biomedical sciences.


Salary and Benefits


The position offers a beginning annual salary of $35,000. Following
successful completion of key training modules and their corresponding
verification sessions, the Library Intern may be eligible to continue
into a second-year Library Fellow position. Other benefits are those of
exempt staff at Vanderbilt, including 15 vacation days, 12 sick days,
and 9 paid holidays. More information about benefits is available at the
Vanderbilt Human Resources Web site < http://hr.vanderbilt.edu/>.=20


To Apply


Submit your resume and cover letter via the Vanderbilt Human Resources
job site
<https://secure.recruitingcenter.net/clients/vanderbilt/publicjobs/canvi
ewjobs.cfm>, job requisition number RMB51042.=20


=20
Submit questions concerning the position to:=20


Nila Sathe, MA, MLIS


Associate Director for Research


Eskind Biomedical Library


Vanderbilt University Medical Center


Nashville, TN 37232-8340


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Fax: (615) 936-1384=20


=20
Candidates contacted for an on-site interview will be required to give a
short presentation on a topic to be assigned.=20


Vanderbilt University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer. Minorities, persons with disabilities, and women are
encouraged to apply. For full position announcement see
<www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/biolib/jobs/>.=20


=20


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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 15:53:00 -0500
From:    Rachel Resnick <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL: CONSUMER CHOICE NEWS


I can't find this anywhere: can you help?


SALMON JR AND POLIVKA L (2000) STUDY SHOWS LINK BETWEEN CONTROL AND =
CONSUMER SATISAFACTION. CONSUMER CHOICE NEWS, 4(4): 4, 6, 8.


Rachel R. Resnick, MS, Research Librarian
Polisher Research Institute
Abramson Center for Jewish Life
(Formerly Philadelphia Geriatric Center)
1425 Horsham Road
North Wales, PA  19454-1320
215-371-1333 (phone)
215-371-3015 (fax)
[log in to unmask]
http://www.abramsoncenter.org/PRI
PAUPHA on Docline; SPGCP on AccessPA


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Date:    Mon, 6 Nov 2006 17:05:06 -0600
From:    "Kleinmuntz, Dalia" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: "Quick Sheet" patient information - do you have, who publishes?


HI.  If any of you have first hand knowledge of this product, please get
in touch.  Apparently it is available here as part of the Epic
Electronic Medical Record.


Thanks -


Dalia Kleinmuntz, M.L.S.=20
Director, ENH Libraries=20
Webster Library, Evanston Hospital, Evanston Northwestern Healthcare
847-570-2664 (voice)
847-570-2926 (fax)                  [log in to unmask]
[log in to unmask] (Pref for personal correspondence)
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August 2016, Week 4
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August 2016, Week 1
July 2016, Week 5
July 2016, Week 4
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July 2016, Week 1
June 2016, Week 5
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April 2016, Week 5
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March 2016, Week 5
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February 2016, Week 5
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January 2016, Week 5
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January 2016, Week 3
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January 2016, Week 1
December 2015, Week 5
December 2015, Week 4
December 2015, Week 3
December 2015, Week 2
December 2015, Week 1
November 2015, Week 5
November 2015, Week 4
November 2015, Week 3
November 2015, Week 2
November 2015, Week 1
October 2015, Week 5
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June 2015, Week 5
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April 2015, Week 1
March 2015, Week 5
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January 2015, Week 5
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January 2015, Week 1
December 2014, Week 5
December 2014, Week 4
December 2014, Week 3
December 2014, Week 2
December 2014, Week 1
November 2014, Week 5
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January 2014, Week 5
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January 2014, Week 1
December 2013, Week 5
December 2013, Week 4
December 2013, Week 3
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December 2013, Week 1
November 2013, Week 5
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November 2013, Week 3
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November 2013, Week 1
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June 2013, Week 5
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April 2013, Week 1
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February 2013, Week 1
January 2013, Week 5
January 2013, Week 4
January 2013, Week 3
January 2013, Week 2
January 2013, Week 1
December 2012, Week 5
December 2012, Week 4
December 2012, Week 3
December 2012, Week 2
December 2012, Week 1
November 2012, Week 5
November 2012, Week 4
November 2012, Week 3
November 2012, Week 2
November 2012, Week 1
October 2012, Week 5
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August 2012, Week 5
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July 2012, Week 1
June 2012, Week 5
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April 2012, Week 5
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April 2012, Week 1
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February 2012, Week 1
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January 2012, Week 3
January 2012, Week 2
January 2012, Week 1
December 2011, Week 5
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November 2011, Week 5
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January 2011, Week 5
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January 2011, Week 1
December 2010, Week 5
December 2010, Week 4
December 2010, Week 3
December 2010, Week 2
December 2010, Week 1
November 2010, Week 5
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November 2010, Week 3
November 2010, Week 2
November 2010, Week 1
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June 2010, Week 5
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January 2010, Week 5
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January 2010, Week 1
December 2009, Week 5
December 2009, Week 4
December 2009, Week 3
December 2009, Week 2
December 2009, Week 1
November 2009, Week 5
November 2009, Week 4
November 2009, Week 3
November 2009, Week 2
November 2009, Week 1
October 2009, Week 5
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December 2008, Week 5
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November 2008, Week 5
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December 2007, Week 5
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December 2006, Week 5
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December 2005, Week 5
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December 2004, Week 5
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December 2003, Week 5
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