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MEDLIB-L March 2010, Week 2

Subject:

CHAT: Other duties

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"Quinten, Becky" <[log in to unmask]>

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Quinten, Becky

Date:

Thu, 11 Mar 2010 14:52:09 -0500

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I would love to "bring my dog to work" in any capacity. There is a candle factory in Richmond where they bring their pets to work every day. The place is full of dogs and cats. All are well behaved.

Becky Quinten


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There are 40 messages totalling 2469 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Filled : Fw: Curr Diab Rep. 2008 Apr;8(2):156-63.
  2. CHAT: Other Duties (12)
  3. CCC summarized (3)
  4. Questions for EMR vendors
  5. Ref Q or (chat): Personal pet visits for patients & therapy pet name
     badges
  6. Measuring Shelf Space
  7. Ref Q: Unplanned extubations
  8. ILL: Consultant Pharmacist
  9. help from European Pharmaceutical info.
 10. ILL: Drugs 2009_69(18):2607-20
 11. ILL FILLED! Drugs
 12. Caffey's pediatric X-ray diagnosis 1993- Need TOC
 13. outdated VHS tape disposal/ older books donations
 14. ref ques: Carenotes
 15. FILLED- Caffey's pediatric X-ray diagnosis 1993- Need TOC
 16. Filled: citations from Anesthesia journals
 17. March 2010 Ask a Librarian column in JAAPA
 18. Need Nursing Procedure to Review Procedures
 19. ILL American journal of medical genetics 2005
 20. ANSWER!! RE: Difference betw MeSH and LC?
 21. ILL American journal of medical genetics 2005  FILLED
 22. New questionnaire -- Call for participants--Clinical Informationists or
     Medical Librarians and their academic background
 23. electronic copy delivery & copyright
 24. Rush ILL: J Bone Miner Res. 2009 Jun;24(6):1095-102.
 25. ILL: J of Emergency Medicine 2008
 26. Need STREAM stroke scale
 27. Ref Q: Fibromyalgia & trauma

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 08:55:03 +0200
From:    Maya Samaha <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Filled : Fw: Curr Diab Rep. 2008 Apr;8(2):156-63.

THANKS !
----- Original Message -----
From: "Maya Samaha" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2010 3:53 PM
Subject: ILL: Curr Diab Rep. 2008 Apr;8(2):156-63.


> Hi,
>
> Could you provide me with the fulltext of this article / It is very urgent
> for a Professor at our University :
> Curr Diab Rep. 2008 Apr;8(2):156-63.
> Genes and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
> Wilfred de Alwis NM, Day CP.
> PMID: 18445359
>
> Thanks !
> Maya Samaha
> Medical Librarian
> Saint-Joseph University
> Beirut/Lebanon
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 08:14:34 -0600
From:    "Foster, Jan" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

Amazingly, we also have therapy cats. They lie quietly in a basket as
they are carried about and admired by strangers. That this happens
without bloodshed astounds me!

Jan Foster, Librarian
Carondelet Health
St. Joseph Medical Center/St Mary's Medical Center
1000 Carondelet Dr.
Kansas City, MO 64114
816.943.2160   fax 2592
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-----Original Message-----
From: Medical Libraries Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
On Behalf Of Kennedy, Joy
Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2010 4:24 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

We have therapy dogs here at our hospital--about 35 now.  They are
essentially very sweet, obedient dogs who like people and are all sizes
and breeds.  They get checked out by a vet, then an animal trainer
checks them out for suitability.  The owner agrees to wash them before
they come (less pet dander) and they get their own employee id.  Folks
absolutely love to have them visit.  We did a study to see if animal
therapy makes a difference and got some good data that it does.  Calms
the patient, lowers blood pressure, cheers them up. All expenses are
paid for by fundraising.  Do suggest that your hospital look into it.
Everyone--patients, visitors, staff--smile when they enter an area.
Very positive.  Joy=20

Joy Kennedy, MLS
Health Resource Library
Northwest Community Hospital
800 W. Central Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL 60005-2392
Phone: 847-618-5180; Fax 847-618-5189
email: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]
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> From: Medical Libraries Discussion List=20
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Karen Crosser
> Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2010 3:48 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [MEDLIB-L] CHAT: Other Duties
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> Wouldn't mind bringing my Boston with me every day...wonder=20
> if the hospital would let him pass as a therapy dog????
>=20
>=20
> Karen Crosser
> Ms. Information
> Director, Library Services
> AHECNE Regional Medical Library
> 223 E. Jackson
> Jonesboro, AR 72401
> 870-972-1290  fx 870-931-0839
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> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Brassil, Ellen C.B.
> Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2010 2:58 PM
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> Mike I am jealous - sounds like your library has a nice (big) mascot!!
> Maybe it's time to launch the new Dogline ILL service or is=20
> his name already Tugger?=20
>=20
> Sorry, folks - I know it's not even Friday but we are on=20
> Spring break here - and its feeling like spring too outside.
>=20
>=20
> - Ellen B.=20
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> Ellen C. Burchill Brassil, M.S., AHIP
> Health Sciences Librarian
> Sacred Heart University
> 5151 Park Avenue
> Fairfield, CT 06825
> (203) 365-4873
> fax: (203) 365-4874
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Medical Libraries Discussion List=20
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Michael Schott
> Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2010 3:13 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: CHAT: Other Duties
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> Hi all - I am sitting in my office with the door closed with=20
> a 100 pound
>=20
> black bouvier.  LOL.  A few months ago, my 80 year old=20
> volunteer asked me to mind the dog while her owner was=20
> getting an xray (the dog is a helper/therapy dog).  I said=20
> yes because I love dogs and there was no place for the dog to=20
> go.  Well I guess she needed an emergency xray because the=20
> dog is back in my office.  Actually, it makes my day.
>=20
> They don't teach this in library school.  LOL=20
>=20
> mike
>=20
> Michael C. Schott, MA, MLS, AHIP
> Director of Library Services
> Easton Hospital
> 250 S. 21st. Street
> Easton, PA 18042
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 08:58:23 -0600
From:    Catherine Arnott Smith <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

My son, aged 16, and I were visiting Milwaukee Children's yesterday and
he had a blood draw. The phlebotomist told us that they are piloting a
"distracter dog" to help settle small children down during blood work.
The dog walks back and forth across the open doorway into the hall,
which apparently does wonders. My son was sorry to have missed it.

(Me, I'm mentally compiling a list of "Dog Breeds To Avoid" for this
one... Jack Russells ... beagles...greyhounds...)

--
Catherine Arnott Smith, PhD
Assistant Professor
School of Library and Information Studies
Room 4263 Helen C. White Hall
600 N. Park Street, Madison, WI 53706
Phone: (608) 890-1334
Fax: (608) 263-4849

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:11:15 -0500
From:    "Watts, Mollie" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: CCC summarized

Thanks to all who answered my question concerning the Copyright
Compliance Center.  There were a variety of responses, of course, but
the summary is this:  Copyright is ridiculous.  Just kidding, that's not
my summary, but still...it is.
=20
Summary:=20
Even if your company has an account with the CCC, this will only cover
copies, etc. IN HOUSE.  Many libraries reported their organization
having an account with the CCC.  BUT, these same libraries also reported
paying royalties to the CCC for borrowed copies over the "rule of five."
=20
Some libraries reported not going over the rule of five or outside the
lines of fair use, so they do not pay the CCC.   =20
=20
Bottom line, no matter if your business has a corporate account with the
CCC or not, libraries still need to pay for copies they have borrowed
outside the rule of five and/or fair use guidelines.  It is, I think, a
question of ethics, because as far as I know there are no copyright
police coming to kick in your door - for the most part, only you know
what you have borrowed.
=20
As to our corporate CCC account - still no word on that, yet.  We
obviously need a policy covering this issue, both in the library and as
an institution.  I am not going to spend my time nit-picking at
copyright issues; but, I think the library will be paying royalties to
the CCC for items we have borrowed over the rule of five.  I will let
administration handle the corporate account and give input when asked.
=20
Thanks again,
Mollie=20
=20
Mollie W. Titus

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:23:23 -0500
From:    Julie James <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

Carpenter Library has its own mascot too - Snuffy and I are part of a=20
Therapy Dog team that visits Brenner Children's Hospital every other=20
week. Snuffy is a 90-pound lab/collie mix and has his own medctr ID.=20
Our adminstration lets him come to work with me on days we volunteer,=20
and he is well-loved by library staff, students, and anyone else he=20
meets.

If you think your dog has the right temperament, it's not hard to get=20
certified, the dog has to pass a few tests beyond the Canine Good=20
Citizen certification. We trained on our own, and he passed the first=20
time.

All of the requirements are on the website for Therapy Dogs=20
International http://www.tdi-dog.org/=20

This work is SO fulfilling for me and for Snuffy - we are really part of =
the=20
hospital in a special way. I highly recommend it!

Julie James
Systems Librarian
Carpenter Library
Wake Forest University School of Medicine
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:31:02 -0500
From:    "Sieving, Pamela (NIH/OD/ORS) [E]" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:33:16 -0500
From:    "Klein, Robin" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:35:30 -0500
From:    CMC Library <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: CHAT: Other Duties

I feel I must weigh in on this one - I have a therapy dog. She is a 2
year old Cavachon, certified through Therapy Dogs International, and
currently we volunteer in schools and libraries for "Tail Waggin'
Tutors." She (we) could volunteer in a hospital, or any setting that
allows Therapy Dogs, but right now, the school/library environment
works for us.

I wish I could bring her to work, but we have a strict policy
regarding animals in the hospital. Therapy dogs visit our RMU, so I
would have to go through the whole process of becoming an official"
volunteer - just a tad complex for me.

There are several agencies that certify therapy dogs - I know of TDI
and also Delta Society:
http://www.tdi-dog.org/
http://www.deltasociety.org/Page.aspx?pid=183

I know from personal experience it takes a commitment from the
trainer/handler to be sure his/her dog has the appropriate
disposition, the appropriate training, and the appropriate assignment.
My little Weezie passed several levels of obedience training before
she could qualify and take the TDI exam.

Though therapy dogs are usually pets, they are different than
"assistance dogs," thus do not have the same "rights" as dogs that
assist disabled individuals.

Cynthia



--
Cynthia David, MLS MPS
Librarian, Health Sciences Library
Catholic Medical Center
100 McGregor Street
Manchester, NH 03102-3770
Voice: 603-663-6520
FAX: 603-668-5348
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:34:56 -0500
From:    "Watts, Mollie" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

It's funny.  With all this talk about animals in the hospital - we just
received a memo from our Infection Control team reminding us that
animals are NOT allowed in our hospital.  The memo went on to state that
Salmonella outbreaks across the US are associated with pet frogs - I
know this discussion is a light-hearted one and not about frogs, but I
couldn't help thinking how ironic that all of you are lauding the use of
dogs and cats as therapy, and here our Epidemiologist is reminding us
that no kind of animal is allowed on our premises.

Animals may be good therapy, but obviously you won't be seeing them here
- especially those frogs : )


Mollie


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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:46:56 -0500
From:    Katherine Dedrick <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

At Southlake we have annual Awards of Excellence.  These are considered
prestigious awards, difficult to be the chosen for an award  because of
the number of physicians, staff and volunteers in the categories.  The
evening ceremonies are a big event.  Last year I nominated the Pet
Therapy Volunteer for the Volunteer Award of Excellence and she
deservingly won.  Below if you have the time to read  (it is long) is
what I wrote for her nomination to demonstrate the value of pet therapy
and how pet therapy dogs/owners also live the values of our
organization.

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There is quiet nobility evidenced every Thursday when Denny Lemasurier
and her pet therapy dog make their way throughout the hospital to visit
staff and patients.  Immediately people approach and hands go out to
touch her dog or reach for its paw which is always given in return.
Denny has dedicated her volunteer experience to visiting the hospital
every week with her pet therapy dogs.  Demonstrating shockingly
excellent service, she understands the role that animals play in
participating in the healing environment not only for the body but the
mind and spirit as well.   Both Denny and her dogs are  accepting,
trusting and selfless to  those who are in need of healing or of  having
their spirits uplifted.  They bring out the best in, and, for all of us
whenever they visit.  They ease our problems and stresses and are a
source of comfort and companionship at the bedside visiting staff and/or
patients in ICU, CCU, Pediatrics, Mental Health and other nursing units
and/or  staff as needed.   These visits enrich our day or time in
hospital in positive ways, often having a health enhancing effect on
people and patients at Southlake.   There are countless articles
published in the  health sciences literature attesting to the value of
pet therapy programs in hospitals.=20

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Few dogs have surpassed the effect Denny's fabulous German Shepherd
named King, had on many here at the hospital.  For several  years King
was admired and most loved.  Unexpectedly, and too early, he died in an
accident leaving his friends remembering how fortunate we were to have
had his pet visits.  He befriended staff and patients with an
intelligence and ease that made him Southlake's number one attraction,
so much so, that fundraisers and silent auctions were held which  raised
funds, and as well,   donations in his name were made,  all  sent to
Southlake Regional  Foundation in his memory.  Denny, while coping with
the extreme sadness of the loss of this amazing dog, put others first,
by continuing her visits with another of her beloved dogs, all the while
having to ease the sadness of those at Southlake who found it difficult
to face the death of her dog, King.  Several months later Denny had knee
surgery and throughout her rehabilitation assured us of her return as
soon as possible to continue her visits with her pet dog, Jewel.  She
clearly gives a damn.

=20

As members of the Southlake family, Denny has been helping patients and
staff with her pet therapy dogs for many years.  These dogs have been
trained in the St. John's Therapy Dog Program, and Denny honors her
commitment to Southlake in that  great care is taken in the selection
and training of dogs allowed to visit inhospital.    There are many
people who impact upon a patient's healing or influence a staff member's
workday.  Denny and her dog befriend us all when they visit.  Her
outstanding relationship with her dogs is reflected in and through them
in that at heart Denny and her dogs have no ambition other than to
simply be of service and to share their all, examples of Southlake at
its best.

=20

Southlake is exemplary in creating a culture that supports dedicated and
compassionate physicians, staff and volunteers.  Pushing the envelop
Denny has been instrumental in sustaining the pet therapy program at
Southlake evidencing qualities of dedication, enthusiasm and commitment.
Her dogs reach out with their paws and Denny reaches out with a kindness
and understanding that brings happiness and healing to those at
Southlake on a very deep level. =20

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Southlake is an organization  always pursuing improvement and fostering
a corporate culture that enhances individuality, creatively and
teamwork.   As a pet therapy volunteer, Denny shares Southlake's
fundamental values and fully dedicates herself to the well being of
Southlake's patients and staff.  I would like to nominate Denny
Lemasurier, for Southlake's Volunteer Award of Excellence, and if
possible, her pet dog, Jewel.  Southlake is a place of stories and
Denny's  volunteer experience and the popularity of her dogs  is a very
special one.

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Mother Teresa in her big-heartedness, counseled volunteers around the
world that they didn't have to leave home and come to Calcutta to help
others - they could find a need for volunteers in their own community.
The importance of Southlake volunteers and their unique contributions,
as in Pet Therapy visits, cannot be overestimated.

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Submitted by Kathy Dedrick

Health Sciences Resource Centre (Library)

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 kathy dedrick

Responsible for the Libraries at Southlake Regional Health Centre,
Stronach Regional Cancer Centre, Stevenson Memorial Hospital

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health sciences resource centre

southlake regional health centre

596 davis drive

newmarket...ontario...canada...l3y2p9

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Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 10:31 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
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Service animals which accompany staff are also given staff ID badges
here at NIH.

=20

Pam Sieving

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Pamela C. Sieving, MA, MS, AHIP

Biomedical Librarian/Informationist

National Institutes of Health Library

10 Center Drive  room 1L09G  msc 1150

Bethesda, Maryland 20892-1150 USA

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Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 10:23 AM

To: [log in to unmask]

Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

=20

Carpenter Library has its own mascot too - Snuffy and I are part of a=20

Therapy Dog team that visits Brenner Children's Hospital every other=20

week. Snuffy is a 90-pound lab/collie mix and has his own medctr ID.=20

Our adminstration lets him come to work with me on days we volunteer,=20

and he is well-loved by library staff, students, and anyone else he=20

meets.

=20

If you think your dog has the right temperament, it's not hard to get=20

certified, the dog has to pass a few tests beyond the Canine Good=20

Citizen certification. We trained on our own, and he passed the first=20

time.

=20

All of the requirements are on the website for Therapy Dogs=20

International http://www.tdi-dog.org/=20

=20

This work is SO fulfilling for me and for Snuffy - we are really part of
the=20

hospital in a special way. I highly recommend it!

=20

Julie James

Systems Librarian

Carpenter Library

Wake Forest University School of Medicine

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 07:56:53 -0800
From:    "Harrow, Andrea" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Questions for EMR vendors

Dear Colleagues,

=20

We are hosting a vendor fair at our hospital and there looks to be 15-20
companies represented.  I hadn't planned to, but feel compelled to
survey all these guys and compare their wares.  Can you all quickly
chime in with some good questions?  Here is what I have so far off the
top of my wee head.

1.      How many years have you been in business?
2.      What sets your system apart from the rest of what is here?
3.      Can your system talk to any other systems?
4.      Can your system access information from medical information
systems such as NLM, Ovid, Up-to-Date or epocrates?
5.      Does your system exist in other languages?
6.      How does your system operate with dictation?
7.      How is your system more efficient, how can you save the doctor's
time?

=20

Best wishes,

Andrea Harrow, MLS

Medical Librarian/CME Coordinator

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Library

637 S. Lucas Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90017

Librarian is available Monday - Friday, 8 AM to 4 PM

(T)213.977-2323

(F)213.977-2325

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 11:02:24 -0500
From:    "Watts, Mollie" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CCC summarized

I also wanted to say that copyright is definitely an issue best
addressed on a per case basis - libraries and businesses, people, differ
in the way copyright is interpreted and handled.  What is right or wrong
for our library may not be the case for another library. =20
=20
Mollie
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Self Regional Healthcare

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From: Watts, Mollie=20
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 10:11 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: CCC summarized


Thanks to all who answered my question concerning the Copyright
Compliance Center.  There were a variety of responses, of course, but
the summary is this:  Copyright is ridiculous.  Just kidding, that's not
my summary, but still...it is.
=20
Summary:=20
Even if your company has an account with the CCC, this will only cover
copies, etc. IN HOUSE.  Many libraries reported their organization
having an account with the CCC.  BUT, these same libraries also reported
paying royalties to the CCC for borrowed copies over the "rule of five."
=20
Some libraries reported not going over the rule of five or outside the
lines of fair use, so they do not pay the CCC.   =20
=20
Bottom line, no matter if your business has a corporate account with the
CCC or not, libraries still need to pay for copies they have borrowed
outside the rule of five and/or fair use guidelines.  It is, I think, a
question of ethics, because as far as I know there are no copyright
police coming to kick in your door - for the most part, only you know
what you have borrowed.
=20
As to our corporate CCC account - still no word on that, yet.  We
obviously need a policy covering this issue, both in the library and as
an institution.  I am not going to spend my time nit-picking at
copyright issues; but, I think the library will be paying royalties to
the CCC for items we have borrowed over the rule of five.  I will let
administration handle the corporate account and give input when asked.
=20
Thanks again,
Mollie=20
=20
Mollie W. Titus

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Medical Library

Self Regional Healthcare

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:03:47 -0600
From:    "Warner, Kathleen M" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CCC summarized

Yes, and only the courts can decide.......

Kathleen M. (Kitty) Warner, MLS, M.Ed.
Manager, Health=A0Sciences Library
Hennepin County Medical Center
701 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN=A0 55415
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Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 10:02 AM
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Subject: Re: CCC summarized

I also wanted to say that copyright is definitely an issue best
addressed on a per case basis - libraries and businesses, people, differ
in the way copyright is interpreted and handled.  What is right or wrong
for our library may not be the case for another library. =20
=20
Mollie
=20
Mollie W. Titus

=20

Medical Library

Self Regional Healthcare

1325 Spring Street

Greenwood, SC  29646

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From: Watts, Mollie=20
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 10:11 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: CCC summarized


Thanks to all who answered my question concerning the Copyright
Compliance Center.  There were a variety of responses, of course, but
the summary is this:  Copyright is ridiculous.  Just kidding, that's not
my summary, but still...it is.
=20
Summary:=20
Even if your company has an account with the CCC, this will only cover
copies, etc. IN HOUSE.  Many libraries reported their organization
having an account with the CCC.  BUT, these same libraries also reported
paying royalties to the CCC for borrowed copies over the "rule of five."
=20
Some libraries reported not going over the rule of five or outside the
lines of fair use, so they do not pay the CCC.   =20
=20
Bottom line, no matter if your business has a corporate account with the
CCC or not, libraries still need to pay for copies they have borrowed
outside the rule of five and/or fair use guidelines.  It is, I think, a
question of ethics, because as far as I know there are no copyright
police coming to kick in your door - for the most part, only you know
what you have borrowed.
=20
As to our corporate CCC account - still no word on that, yet.  We
obviously need a policy covering this issue, both in the library and as
an institution.  I am not going to spend my time nit-picking at
copyright issues; but, I think the library will be paying royalties to
the CCC for items we have borrowed over the rule of five.  I will let
administration handle the corporate account and give input when asked.
=20
Thanks again,
Mollie=20
=20
Mollie W. Titus

=20

Medical Library

Self Regional Healthcare

1325 Spring Street

Greenwood, SC  29646

Tel. 864-725-4851 or 4757; Fax 864-725-4838

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 11:37:46 -0500
From:    "Harris, Tonia O." <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Ref Q or (chat): Personal pet visits for patients & therapy pet name badges

Hi Medlibbers,=20

Along the lines of the Chat: Other duties discussion going on right now,
I want to ask the following that asked another list the other day. I
apologize for the duplication.=20

We are in the process of revamping our pet visitation and pet therapy
policies.  For those of you whose hospitals have a pet visitation
program, I have a question: regarding patients requesting a one time
visit from their own personal pet, what documentation is needed by the
hospital before the pet can visit?  Ex: is just the rabies tag all that
is needed when the pet comes in to visit or does the family member need
to send the pet's vaccination record before the visit?  What pets are
allowed to visit, just dogs or are cats allowed too?  Which department
keeps the documentation?=20

Also, for those with formal pet therapy programs, does the dog/cat get a
name badge made with its picture on it?  Is this done onsite by the same
dept. that makes employee name badges?  I'm waiting to hear back from
the department here that makes name badges, to if this can be done with
the therapy animals.

Thank you in advance for your help, feedback, comments, etc. =20
=20
Tonia
=20
Tonia Harris, MLIS
Manager of Library Services
Health Sciences Library=20
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
101 East Wood Street
Spartanburg, SC 29303
864.560.6770
864.560.6791 fax
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:38:53 -0600
From:    Dell Avery <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Measuring Shelf Space

Our school is a proprietary school for students seeking careers in
Surgical Technology, Medical Laboratory Tech, Pharmacy Tech etc. I serve
a small library, and I need to know if there is a formula for finding
out the linear feet of shelves space. Should I measure the books on the
shelf? Please respond just to me with your comments. Thanks for your
help.

=20

Dell Avery, MLS

Librarian

Sanford Brown College

Houston, Tx. 77036

713-986-4610

Fax 713-779-8349

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 11:49:53 -0500
From:    "Lewis, Beth" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

We have a great program with therapy dogs here at Fox Chase, too.

However, these are animals, so one must still take precautions.  I had a =
rather unpleasant experience with a "therapy dog" when my 10 year old =
son was a surgical patient at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  The =
dog actually growled at my son when escorted into the room and its owner =
told my son not to look him in the eye; the nurse quickly took charge =
and asked the dog and its owner to leave.  I was very surprised at that =
dog's reaction, since my son was not able to "do anything" to the dog, =
since he was attached to a chest tube with suction.  Bottom line - some =
dogs are still unpredictable.

Beth A. Lewis MLS
Director of Library Services
Talbot Research Library
Fox Chase Cancer Center
333 Cottman Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19111
215-728-2710
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From: Medical Libraries Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] =
On Behalf Of Klein, Robin
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 10:33 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

All these reports are fantastic.  Great to read in these days of bad =
news in the workplace=20
and so much about which to despair.

Kudos to the staff at all the health facilities that are making such =
efforts to make animal therapy=20
a part of the care at their institutions. No matter what the level of =
engagement with patients,=20
in that overworked phrase, it's all good.

Thanks to the people and the animals!=20

Robin Klein
Digital Resources Librarian
Health Sciences and Human Services Library,
=A0University of Maryland, Baltimore
601 West Lombard Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
voice: 410-706-1343
fax: 410-706-8860
email: [log in to unmask]

-----Original Message-----
From: Medical Libraries Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] =
On Behalf Of Julie James
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 10:23 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

Carpenter Library has its own mascot too - Snuffy and I are part of a=20
Therapy Dog team that visits Brenner Children's Hospital every other=20
week. Snuffy is a 90-pound lab/collie mix and has his own medctr ID.=20
Our adminstration lets him come to work with me on days we volunteer,=20
and he is well-loved by library staff, students, and anyone else he=20
meets.

If you think your dog has the right temperament, it's not hard to get=20
certified, the dog has to pass a few tests beyond the Canine Good=20
Citizen certification. We trained on our own, and he passed the first=20
time.

All of the requirements are on the website for Therapy Dogs=20
International http://www.tdi-dog.org/=20

This work is SO fulfilling for me and for Snuffy - we are really part of =
the=20
hospital in a special way. I highly recommend it!

Julie James
Systems Librarian
Carpenter Library
Wake Forest University School of Medicine
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 12:07:57 -0500
From:    "Neri, Rita" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Ref Q: Unplanned extubations

Hi everyone,

I have not been able to find an answer to the following question:
nursing benchmarks for unplanned extubations. Any assistance will be
greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Rita

Rita Neri, Manager Medical Library
St. Francis Hospital
100 Port Washington Blvd.
Roslyn, NY 11576
Ph:   516 562 6673
Fax:  516 562 6695
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 09:13:56 -0800
From:    "Marks, Lisa A" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL: Consultant Pharmacist

Would anyone have the following:

To Filter or Not to Filter: Answering These Questions
Journal
The Consultant Pharmacist
Publisher
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
ISSN
0888-5109
Issue
Volume 23, Number 10 / October 2008
Pages
818-820
Online Date
Thursday, July 02, 2009


Willing to pay up to $15 if necessary...

Thanks,
Lisa

Lisa Marks, MLS, AHIP
Manager, Library Services
Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
Health Science Library 818-847-3822
Hench Cancer Library 818-748-4922
501 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91505
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 12:21:13 -0500
From:    Jana Liebermann <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: help from European Pharmaceutical info.

Hello!

I am looking for help learning about the public-private partnerships in
Europe that have been funded for vaccine development or
bio-pharmaceuticals.  We are wondering how this works, and what has been
funded.  I know that some of this has been done through the European
Commission.

If anyone can lead me to more information,  that would be great!!

--
Jana C. Liebermann, MLS

Policy Information Center Library

Department of Health and Human Services

200 Independence Ave SW

room 445F

Washington DC  20201

202-690-7297

202-401-6228 (fax)

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 11:43:11 -0600
From:    "Stewart, Jennifer" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL: Drugs 2009_69(18):2607-20

Would anyone be able to provide this for one of my physicians who needs
it today? We can pay up to $12 for the article. Thanks!

Drugs. <javascript:AL_get(this,%20'jour',%20'Drugs.');>
2009;69(18):2607-20. doi: 10.2165/10481380-000000000-00000.


Telavancin.


Lyseng-Williamson KA
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Subject: ILL FILLED! Drugs

Thanks to Erin Ingraham, I received the article!

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 13:14:44 -0500
From:    Jana Liebermann <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

Not a hospital, but my guinea pig goes visiting to the nursing home, and is
a certified pet visitor.  She has to go through "rigorous annual testing" by
the vet.  Also, her temperament has to be proven.  She's a hit!

--
Jana C. Liebermann, MLS

Policy Information Center Library

Department of Health and Human Services

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room 445F

Washington DC  20201

202-690-7297

202-401-6228 (fax)

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 12:44:08 -0600
From:    Peg Allen <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

These stories make me smile on a dark and dreary day.  When my aunt was
first moved to the Hospice unit at a Minneapolis hospital, the therapy dog
brought such a smile that i asked about pet visiting policies when she moved
to their hospice house.  Great place - they allowed friends to bring their
dogs if they had a certificate of health from their vetinarian, noting that
shots were current.  Two or three of her friends brought dogs, and even
though she was so quiet near the end, she remembered and told stories of the
dogs she and my dad had when children; I've only seen the pictures.  I
really believed they eased her passing.

They also provided CD players in every hospice room (hospital and hospice
house) with a huge selection of donated CDs with comforting music.  Her
choices surprised me, as did many of the stories told by her friends who
visited with and without their dogs.  I called one because she'd brought dog
to nursing home when my aunt's roommate died two years earlier.  We even had
a hospice party/open house on the Saturday that alumni group (Women's
Physical Education, U of Minnesota) had their annual homecoming brunch.

She was a very private, modest, professional woman, keeping professional
work and family in separate spheres.  We had no idea of the breadth her
accomplishments until her last weeks and while preparing for the memorial
service.  The dogs were part of what lead to the sharing. I'm finally
closing her trust, and all the memories are flooding back.
As for the doubting infection control folks, the research needs to be
published in journals read by infection control professionals - give them
perspective!   And balance...

Back to work - Peg


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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 11:47:03 -0700
From:    Jerry Carlson <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

Our therapy dogs were featured in a calendar last year as an Auxiliary =
fundraiser, posed in various caregiver activities throughout our facilities=
 - although the only ones I can particularly remember off the top are a =
golden retriever driving the parking lot shuttle, and a couple of smaller =
dogs taking a coffee break in the Bistro.



Date:    Tue, 9 Mar 2010 16:24:29 -0600
From:    "Kennedy, Joy" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: CHAT: Other Duties

We have therapy dogs here at our hospital--about 35 now.  They are
essentially very sweet, obedient dogs who like people and are all sizes
and breeds.  They get checked out by a vet, then an animal trainer
checks them out for suitability.  The owner agrees to wash them before
they come (less pet dander) and they get their own employee id.  Folks
absolutely love to have them visit.  We did a study to see if animal
therapy makes a difference and got some good data that it does.  Calms
the patient, lowers blood pressure, cheers them up. All expenses are
paid for by fundraising.  Do suggest that your hospital look into it.
Everyone--patients, visitors, staff--smile when they enter an area.
Very positive.  Joy=3D20

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Northwest Community Hospital
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Arlington Heights, IL 60005-2392
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 14:10:29 -0500
From:    "Roy G. Hatch" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Caffey's pediatric X-ray diagnosis 1993- Need TOC

Hi all,

I'm hoping someone would be kind enough to e-mail me the table of content=
s to

 Caffey=E2=80=99s pediatric X-ray diagnosis : an integrated imaging appro=
ach 9th ed. /=20
[edited by] Frederic N. Silverman, Jerald P. Kuhn St. Louis : Mosby, c199=
3.

More specifically, the patron is looking for "Accessory bones of the foot=
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chapter" but I will settle for the TOC.

my thanks,

Roy Hatch
Library Guy
McGlannan Health Science Library (MDUMRY)
Mercy Medical Center
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 13:15:01 -0600
From:    Lori Francar <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: outdated VHS tape disposal/ older books donations

We have dozens of old VHS video tapes that we need to dispose of or
donate.   Some medical titles, some management, not utilized, old
content.  Are there issues of copyright or other things involved if we
decide to dispose of VHS tapes in garbage?  Are there any issues with
these tapes "getting into the wrong hands"... we do have some staff who
do take these old tapes home.
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VHS tapes?
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management books to give away.   Ideas of who might be interested in
these? =20
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 14:31:38 -0500
From:    "Boss, Cathy" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ref ques: Carenotes

Good afternoon - need your collective wisdom.

I have had an inquiry from nurses within our system about Carenotes  and am=
 looking for any experiences with the product, both pro and con  - if you c=
an help, please let me know. Thanks and have a great afternoon. Cathy

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Jersey Shore University Medical Center
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 14:41:33 -0500
From:    "Roy G. Hatch" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: FILLED- Caffey's pediatric X-ray diagnosis 1993- Need TOC

This TOC request has been filled. Thank you Kitty in Minneapolis

Roy

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 13:46:53 -0600
From:    "Erickson, Emily" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Filled: citations from Anesthesia journals

Thanks to everyone that helped.  It turned out that the articles were
abstracts.  I should have thought of that.

Thanks again everyone!

Emily

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 11:49:15 -0800
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Subject: March 2010 Ask a Librarian column in JAAPA

"Ask a Librarian" [http://bit.ly/9koifc] in this month's Journal of the
American Academy of Physician Assistants includes tips on finding patient
measurement and assessment tools, as well as genetics education resources.

The Genetics/Genomics Competency Center (G2C2) [http://www.g-2-c-2.org/]
at Virginia is a repository of freely available curricular materials and
resources. The tools are designed for nursing and physician assistant
educators to prepare their students to meet specific competencies in this
area of health care.

G2C2 also provides a forum for educators to share resources with each
other.

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 14:50:11 -0500
From:    Deborah Clark <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Need Nursing Procedure to Review Procedures

Hi All, Our Evidence-based Nursing Practice Council wants to develop a =
procedure for reviewing nursing procdures and policies. Do any of your =
hospitals have written procedures on how to review nursing procedures =
which includes an EBP Council in the process? Who reviews which procedures?=
 Do they go to the EBP Council for further review if a change in practice =
is indicated from a literature search on the procedure? Thanks, Deb

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 15:25:34 -0500
From:    Linda Jeffery <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL American journal of medical genetics 2005

Would anyone be so kind as to send me the following article:

Mill J, Xu X, Ronald A, Curran S, Price T, Knight J, Craig I, Sham P, =
Plomin R, Asherson P. Quantitative trait locus analysis of candidate gene =
alleles associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in =
five genes: DRD4, DAT1, DRD5, SNAP-25, and 5HT1B. American journal of =
medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics 133B(1):68-73, =
February 2005.

Thank you for your help as always,

Linda

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 15:29:51 -0500
From:    "Aspri, Jo-Anne" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ANSWER!! RE: Difference betw MeSH and LC?

Hello,
Once again, sorry for the cross-posting. (Serials Solutions list members, I=
 had not thought to include you in my initial query, but this may be of int=
erest.)

Original post:
I just had Serials Solutions add a MeSh search box to my ejournal portal pa=
ge, which I thought would be a great and useful feature. Out of curiosity I=
 searched for 'Nursing' journals in both the MeSH and LC, and the results w=
ere dramatically different. For MeSH it says I have 146 journals and for LC=
 it says 254! For 'Emergency Medicine' MeSH says 17 and LC says 28. These a=
re the only ones I have checked, but I guess I would expect similar results=
 for other journals, and in all honesty I have not compared the titles in e=
ach set head-to-head (yet). I did expect a difference but am shocked to see=
 such discrepant numbers.
Can anyone with a better understanding of how these two systems work shed a=
ny light on this phenomenon?

Thanks to all who replied, I've included your responses below because they =
sounded plausible but I think SUSAN KLAWANSKY'S  is the correct response:


"I asked a variant of your question to Serials Solutions (not about LC, but=
 about how these particular MeSH terms were selected and what was the origi=
nal source for the data).  Here's what they said:



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

We used this list to determine which subjects would be included in the MeSH=
 vocabulary drop down on the EJP. (http://wwwcf.nlm.nih.gov/serials/journal=
s/index.cfm). This list was mentioned by various medical library clients wh=
en we were doing market research. It's something NLM put together. I presum=
e they're the most popular subjects, but don't actually know the criteria u=
sed for inclusion on this list. By "most popular" I mean the most titles ma=
p to those subjects.

If the 650 field of the MARC record has a second indicator of 2 then we pul=
l the MeSH subject from this field and, assuming it's in the subset of ~123=
 subjects above, map the resource to that subject. If not, then the resourc=
e is not mapped to any MeSH subjects for the purpose of the subject vocabul=
ary drop-down on the E-Journal Portal. If multiple subjects are present, th=
e resource will be mapped to any and all of them, as long as they are in th=
e subset of MeSH subjects we are referencing."
                [I tested this (n=3D2) in LocatorPlus MARC with ALABAMA NUR=
SE (Does not appear on MeSH list of NURSING jnls in SS but is on LC list): =
No 650 and ALASKA NURSE (Appears on both MeSH and LC lists under NURSING) :=
 650_2 =3DNursing, so even though this is a tiny sample, it seems to pass t=
he test. Now as to why there is no 650 on one but there is on the other...I=
 will leave that for some other time.]

If you're interested, here are the other responses:


1)      The actual meanings of the subject headings may have something to d=
o with this. In MeSH, those two headings refer to the profession/specialty =
itself, not to the actual care of patients per se.

For example, a journal about nursing (care provided to patients) might have=
 the LC heading "Nursing" but the MeSH heading "Nursing Care." A journal ab=
out emergency medicine (care provided to patients) might have the LC headin=
g "Emergency Medicine" but the MeSH heading "Emergencies" or "Critical Care=
."

2)      The discrepancy may be because MeSH has cataloged the title under a=
 more specific term than LC.  If you were to explode your MeSH terms the re=
sults might be closer. [My NOTE: in SS there is no MeSH explode option]

3)     One thought is that MESH is specific and LC is more general with the=
ir headings or subjects. You would need to compare the two lists to see wha=
t was pulled to have a real idea. One thought is that LC would pull things =
that are not journals but still could be considered serial in nature. It wo=
uld also pull things that have been discontinued. LC looks at the R field w=
hich can be more general than NLM classification.

Thanks to all!

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 15:30:07 -0500
From:    Linda Jeffery <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL American journal of medical genetics 2005  FILLED

Thanks to wonderful Amy... this has been filled.

You are all so wonderful!

Linda

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 16:44:04 -0500
From:    Mark Aaron Polger <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: New questionnaire -- Call for participants--Clinical Informationists or Medical Librarians and their academic background

*apologies for duplicate postings*

Greetings,

Since April 2009, I have been working on a study exploring the way Medical =
Librarians deliver their services, either at a hospital library or an acade=
mic health sciences library.

I am most interested in the Clinical Informationist Model, a term coined in=
 2000 by Davidoff and Florance.  I am interested in exploring whether this =
model has actually materialized.

In addition to exploring the modes of information delivery, this new questi=
onnaire hopes to explore the following:

-Librarians' academic background?
-Librarians participation in patient rounds?
-How much time per week does the Librarian spend participating in patient r=
ounds?


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If you have any questions regarding this study, please feel free to email m=
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Thank you,



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College of Staten Island, City University of New York

New York, New York (U.S.A.)

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 14:50:28 -0700
From:    Laura Hickerson <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: electronic copy delivery & copyright

I'm embarrassed to ask this as I feel like I should know the answer....

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For ILL's that you receive electronically, do you forward the electronic
copy on to the requestor if they want digital instead of print?

If so, do you include a copyright disclaimer including something about
one copy and then deleting the file?

=20

I typically only forward on electronic copies if it is obvious the
article was scanned, or if we have a subscription to the journal.

Due to some unresolved copyright fear I have, if the electronic copy
appears to be the original version, I will print the copy for the
requestor instead (even if they want electronic).

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I would love to know practices elsewhere (outside of my solo-librarian
bubble...).

=20

In the medlib archives, I did find a useful copyright disclaimer that
perhaps addresses the issue with "please use a single copy and delete it
immediately from your system".

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Thanks for any assistance.

****************************************************
Laura Hickerson, MS, MLS, AHIP
Librarian, Connie Delaney Medical Library
Valley View Hospital
1906 Blake Avenue
Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 18:14:03 -0500
From:    Layla Heimlich <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Rush ILL: J Bone Miner Res. 2009 Jun;24(6):1095-102.

Hello!

We don't have access to this article, and one of my patrons is going to be
interviewed about it on television in an hour.

Subtrochanteric and diaphyseal femur fractures in patients treated with
alendronate: a register-based national cohort study.
Abrahamsen B, Eiken P, Eastell R.
J Bone Miner Res. 2009 Jun;24(6):1095-102.

Our Docline ID is DCUWHC, and we'd be happy to pay up to $14.

Layla Heimlich
Medical Librarian
Wm. Glew Health Sciences Library
Washington Hospital Center
tel: 202 877 5296

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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 15:32:59 -0800
From:    PAUL HOWARD <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ILL: J of Emergency Medicine 2008

Hi colleagues,
I am trying to track down the following article for a patron:


J Emerg Med. 2008 Oct 7. [Epub ahead of print]
The Effects of Emergency Department Staff Rounding On Patient Safety
and Satisfaction.
Meade CM, Kennedy J, Kaplan J.
PMID: 18842381 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]

It is a bit odd that this is still ePub ahead of print in PubMed, given
that it dates to 2008.  I can't complete a Docline request, for some
reason.  The publisher's web site is not much help.  It doesn't have an
issue archive.

If someone owns this journal, let me know and I will route the request
to you.  Or better yet, if you can send me the article, even better!
:-)

Any help will be greatly appreciated!
Thanks,
Paul


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Salem Hospital Community Health Education Center
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Date:    Wed, 10 Mar 2010 15:39:57 -0800
From:    Deborah Klein <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Need STREAM stroke scale

Dear colleagues - I am looking for an instrument called "STREAM (Stroke
Rehabilitation Assessment of Movement)".  I have reviewed many articles
about it but cannot locate the actual scale/questionnaire/tool.  I
suspect it may be included in this article, which unfortunately I do not
have access to:

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Daley K; Mayo N; Danys I; Cabot R; Wood-Dauphinee S

The Stroke Rehabilitation Assessment of Movement (STREAM): refining and
validating the content

Physiotherapy Canada 1997 Fall; 49(4):269-75

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If someone can help me locate the instrument outside of this article,
great.  Or if it actually is embedded in the article, I'll gladly take
it that way (and even make the ILL request through Docline if you
prefer).  I can pay up to $16 if necessary.

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Thanks a bunch,

Deborah

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