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AgendaPart I: Overview of the Changing Horizon: Brief history, Definitions and Driving Forces eScienceNew data sharing - data sharing in the cloudData curationMandates for public access to data (NSF, NIH data sharing plans) Scholarly communications / scholarly publishingInstitutional, domain, researcher repositoriesHow institutions play a roleClinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSAs)Building collaboration, new roles for researchersSystematic reviews and librariansWhat is the role of the library?How to locate and be involvedElectronic Health Records (Meaningful use)Look at changing requirementsConsumer informationMedlinePlus Connect and other patient-integrated toolsHL7 info buttons, integrating clinical resources into the EHRHow to talk to vendorsRegional Extension CentersCommunity College training networks - new jobs, skillsPart II: New and/or Expanded Opportunities AvailableWhat has been done?Examples Part III: New and/or Enhanced Skills and Tools NeededWhat new skills are needed: people, business, research, computer/technology and teaching?What you can do now with your current tool set?Panel discussion/question and answer sessionPart IV: What and who is out there to help? Where to get training?Training opportunities to re-tool yourselfAdditional training optionsAssociation-sponsored and/or regionally funded professional development opportunitiesRegional initiatives, e.g. NN/LM NER eScience InitiativePart V: Conclusions
This webcast will introduce information professionals to some of the emerging trends in biomedical research and health care environments that present new opportunities for partnership, collaboration, and support. Translational science, e-science, and electronic health records are characterized by large amounts of information and data. These offer new and expanded roles for information professionals in data management, curation, sharing and integration; new models for scholarly publication; new ways to collaborate with Clinical and Translational Science Award centers and their constituents; and new opportunities to educate health and information technology professionals in the meaningful use of health information via electronic health record systems. Program ObjectivesProvide an overview of translational science, e-science and health information resources in electronic health records, including the related trends and issues affecting information professionals.Identify skills that information professionals need to work with researchers, information technology professionals, clinicians and community partners in these environmentsLearn about community engagement in translational science research and roles for clinicians and information professionals in this arenaAddress meaningful use of health information by patients accessing their electronic health records, as required by recent legislation to facilitate quality improvement at the point of care
The sponsorship of this webcast site has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, under Contract No. NLM-N01-LM-6-3503 with the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Categories: Management Skills/Administration
Tags: RPLS, MLA, MLA_Webcast
This event is sponsored by Rolling Prairie Library System.
Last day to cancel registrations is: 4/20/2011
Questions? Please contact Doris McKay.
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