Now, Next, Beyond COVID-19 - Health Librarians' Experiences - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hi everyone, lovely to see some familiar faces :)
Hi All, Jolly sad we're not meeting in Brisbane!
Hi Everyone, sorry if anyone said hi - I just realised my speakers weren
Sorry I do have a webcam but hi everyone from Lismore.
Hi everyone, great to see your faces :)
hi everyone - good to see you all here :) - M
Great intro thanks Angela. Hello everyone!
Sorry if you said this Angela - will the presentations be available after the webinar?
They sure will Suzanne
Great, thank you
Steve how are you managing quality issues with pre-prints? presumably some will never make it into print
Austin Health Library
Been an excellent resource that we highly promote - thanks Steve
Very interesting Steve, thank you
Thanks Steve, very interesting
nikki's group and Steve's group are taking complementary approaches - public health and clinical topics both being covered
Nikki are you the only Librarian in the group?
Nikki was the only librarian seconded to that group.
Nikki are you still in this role?
thank you Nikki
Thanks Nikki - amazing roller coaster....
Fabulous, thanks Nikki.
Amazing work! thank you for sharing- so interesting
Thankyou Nikki 🙏🏽
Suzanne, I am still in the role in an "as need basis" things have slowed down dramatically at the moment in SA
Wonderful analogy Cheryl
I like that they are more transparent about legacy PubMed now that was initially not the case and it did cause some angst.
Re preprints, we follow up with authors of preprints two months after the paper is posted and ask them for a status update. Most trials published so far (preprints or otherwise) are too small and imprecise to tell us very much (exception being UK RECOVERY trial), so we would very wary of making a recommendation to do something different to standard care
Thanks Cheryl - this is really hepful.
Super useful Cheryl!
Very helpful thanks Cheryl
Great presentation Cheryl and thanks for sharing resources
good job Cheryl from Claire :)
Austin Health Library
Thank you Cheryl :-)
thank you Cheryl very helpful and informative 🙏🏻
Excellent summary, thanks Cheryl. Had discovered some, but not all of these helpful tips.
Thank you Cheryl, great presentation
Thanks Cheryl! It is worth letting NCBI about mapping errors - they do fix them (although it can take 6 months ;-p)
Thanks Cheryl, great description. I haven't found where the Item Status can be viewed in new PubMed i.e. Indexed, In-Process etc. Do you know if that's still visible please?
Thank you very much Cheryl, for the PubMed presentation. So helpful!
yes, thankyou Cheryl. It was a very informative summary
Thank you Sis
Thanks for the ongoing supporting WK
Great to see Rolf starting with a literature search as he was about to step waaaay out of his comfort zone. Well done Rolf
Anyone who may not have seen the Ovid Coronavirus tools here is the link: http://tools.ovid.com/coronavirus/ I hope this is of value to you. Please feel free to provide me with some feedback. Thank you.
Re Cecily's question only way I know to view the record status is to save the records in PubMed form and create the file - that shows full record details in a text file. You can of course search to restrict access to records in subsets - eg inprocess [sb] OR publisher [sb] OR pubmednotmedline [sb]
Austin Health Library
Sis in March we used the Lippincott PPE procedure whilst we were developing our own Online Learning Package
Where are the photos ;)
that's great to hear, thank you for letting me know. :)
Fantastic experience Rolf, and great insights into clinicians' information needs
Wow Rolf - so impressed, major step out of comfort zone!
Great work Rolf
Thank you so much for sharing that Rolf
Did you enjoy it??
Thanks Rolf - really interesting.
Great work Rolf, sounds like an experience!
great - thanks Rolf :)
Fantastic Rolf - calling on several of your skill set!
Thanks Rolf, great presentation, would have really interesting
On ya, Rolf, great work.
Following your bushfire victim support experience at the start of the year Rolf!
Thanks Cheryl; think they could re-think that; it's made much more fussy than simply having the status in open view at bottom of each record.
Austin Health Library
Truly hands on Rolf - thank you
wow Rolf, that's a great story! well done to you and the team.
What a fabulous experience Rolf to be involved at the coalface. Thanks for sharing
Cecily you could try sending that through on the feedback button to NLM and then stand-back for the adjustment bureau experience!
I didn't see my elderly parents for 6 weeks for fear of exposing them to COVID-19 as I was working in a high risk area.
SA Health Library branches are all still physically closed.
Daniel I'd love to see the paper. I tried to borrow ebooks for my son from his school library, and ebooks 'seats' where 'taken' quite quickly. So I'm interested in this, from a professional and personal perspective.
Gosford Hospital Library has reopened. Wyong Hospital Library still closed as its being used for Community Allied Health staff who have nowhere else they can work appropriately socially distanced!
Cabrini Library physically closed and space being used by Health Information Service (Patient Files) department
Due to the tyranny of distance we already experience, much of our service didn't change a great deal as we are geared to work as remotely as possible already. Working from home was at times a benefit as no interruptions! Have been back to normal apart from physical distancing for the past 6 weeks.
Can I suggest that HLA & ALIA seek responses from members and/or employers on if they had to bring in redundancies, retrenchments, or other reductions in staffing due to the COVID-19 circumstances? We know casual staff in universities are in a fragile state; perhaps some similar examples in public or special libraries?
Thank you Daniel
Thanks, Daniel, great summary.
Thank you to all presenters. Excellent session.
Great speakers, all very interesting presentations - thank you
Excellent session! Thank you!
Well done, all. good presentations and should happen more often!
Packed session - fantastic. Thanks everyone.
Great presentations all - thank you for sharing
Thank you :-)
Super - thank you!
Thank you organisers - this has been really excellent. Brilliant job presenters!
thanks, wonderful presentations
Thank you for the great session.
Thank you to the HLA committe for providing this update, and thankyou to the presenters. Fabulous.
thanks everyone, great presentations. Take care