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NSUOCO Residency Orientation. Sandra A. Martin, M.L.I.S. Health Sciences Resource Coordinator Optometry Subject Librarian John Vaughan Library Room 305B marti004@nsuok.edu – 918.444.3263. Existing knowledge can prevent…. Waste Errors Poor quality clinical care Poor patient experience

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Nsuoco residency orientation
NSUOCO Residency Orientation

Sandra A. Martin, M.L.I.S.

Health Sciences Resource Coordinator

Optometry Subject Librarian

John Vaughan Library Room 305B

marti004@nsuok.edu – 918.444.3263


Existing knowledge can prevent
Existing knowledge can prevent…

Waste

Errors

Poor quality clinical care

Poor patient experience

Adoption of interventions of low value

Failure to adopt interventions of high value

Source: Sir Muir Gray, Chief Knowledge Officer of Britain’s National Health Service. Quoted on http://www.nks.nhs.uk/.


Learning objectives
Learning Objectives

  • To provide a mechanism for residents to access the most current vision science and medically related information

  • To familiarize residents with services for obtaining online medical information

  • To familiarize residents with evidence-based eye care and life-long learning techniques


John vaughan library jvl
John Vaughan Library (JVL)

  • Short walk from the Optometry building

  • Comprehensive print and online collections

  • Friendly, welcoming staff

  • Open until 2:00 a.m. Sunday-Thursday during Fall and Spring semesters

  • Hours posted at http://library.nsuok.edu/Admin/libhrs.html

  • Checkout Laptops, iPads, & cameras at Reserve Desk

  • Wi Fi hot spots throughout the building

  • Comfortable seating and study environments


Services and collections
Services and Collections

  • 1st Floor – Reserves, Audiovisuals, Circulation, Interlibrary Loan, Computers, Scanners & Printers

  • 2d Floor – Journals, Newspapers, Special Collections, Computers, Scanners & Printers

  • 3d Floor – Books, Government Documents, Optometry Librarian (305B)

  • Books & Journals shelved by Library of Congress call numbers. Most Vision Science titles found in R, RE, and Q areas



Sandra provides
Sandra Provides….

  • Instruction

  • Research Assistance

  • Consulting for individuals and small groups

  • Database Searches

  • Help in Locating Full Text Articles

  • Customized Information Services

  • Collection Development (Selection of print and online books, audiovisuals, journals and databases)

  • Help with RUSH delivery of ILL requests

  • Assistance with any health-related information need


Information at point of need
Information at Point of Need

“We believe the best use of

information technology provides

health care information at the

point of need and in the manner

in which it can best be utilized.”


Remote access
Remote Access

  • Enter NT-NSU user id and password to access the library’s electronic resources

  • Contact Tom Tinnell if you have problems with your user id or password

  • Contact Sandra to report other technical problems or for search assistance


Optometry web page
Optometry Web Page

  • Optometry Databases, e-journals, e-books, and other tools available 24/7

  • Support research, teaching, and patient care needs of NSUOCO faculty, students, and residents

  • Starting point to find resources for all vision science and medical topics

  • Bookmark or add this page to your favorites: http://library.nsuok.edu/collegeop/index.html


Find articles by subject
Find Articles by Subject

  • MEDLINE and MD Consult are most frequently used resources to find journal articles on vision science and medically related topics

  • Search this section when you need articles on subjects, e.g., glaucoma

  • Databases in this section provide links to full text journal articles and other resources


Ovid medline
Ovid MEDLINE

  • U. S. National Library of Medicine’s premier database. Contains over 16 million citations to journal articles in medicine, nursing, allied health, and basic sciences as they relate to health care

  • OvidSP software provides useful tools to filter search results and target information for precise clinical research and evidence based medicine needs

  • Contains links to full text of major vision science journals


Ovid medline pay per view deposit account
Ovid MEDLINE Pay-Per-View Deposit Account

  • Temporary (24 hour) access to full text of hundreds of medical and pharmacology journals not included in the library’s subscription

  • No charge to Optometry faculty, residents, and students

  • Follow “pay-per-view” instructions. Contact Sandra if you have questions or need help


Online tutorials
Online Tutorials

  • Download latest version of Flash player and complete online tutorials before you search MEDLINE

  • Ovid Basic Search and Ovid MEDLINE Advanced present strategies by increasing levels of complexity

  • Ovid Basic – quick searches of one topic or broad question for a few, current articles

  • Ovid Advanced – complex searches of two or more concepts when precise retrieval is important


Md consult
MD Consult

  • Consolidates e-books, e-journals, drug information, patient education materials, images, and news updates in a single source

  • Especially useful for drug monographs (for professionals and for patients) and peer reviewed patient education handouts

  • In addition to journal articles from MEDLINE, MDC includes in-depth, full text reviews and overviews of “common clinical topics”


Visionet sco
Visionet (SCO)

  • Citations to articles in Optometry journals not found in MEDLINE

  • Especially useful for articles on vision therapy, visual training, low vision, etc.

  • Contact Sandra for help


Native american health
Native American Health

  • Native Health Databases contains citations and abstracts of health-related reports, articles, surveys and other documents

  • National Library of Medicine web site includes American Indian Health database as well as hundreds of free resources on wide range of biomedical topics


Evidence based resources
Evidence-Based Resources

  • Full text of evidence-based, clinical decision support tools, expert summaries of original studies, and systematic reviews

  • Full text resources of “critically appraised” content

  • Useful to answer clinical questions as they arise in practice


Print journal collection at jvl
Print Journal Collection at JVL

  • Most titles located on the 2d Floor

  • Some series titles located on the 3d Floor with the books

  • Check library catalog for titles not found online

  • Scanner & Printer located on 1st and 2d Floors


Interlibrary loan document delivery
Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery

  • Services

    • Delivery of journal articles, books, and other items not owned by the library

    • Delivery of books, audiovisuals, and journal articles in the JVL print collection

    • Journal articles delivered electronically if possible

  • ILL Requests

    • Click on Interlibrary Loan link from Optometry Web Page

    • Create the online Iliad Profile

    • Place online request

  • Special Needs

    • Contact Sandra ASAP with questions, problems, or special needs such as a RUSH ILL


Ill document delivery staff
ILL/Document Delivery Staff

  • Donna Graham – x3243 – grahamdg@nsuok.edu

  • Rachel Whitaker – x3202 – whitakra@nsuok.edu


Additional resources university of oklahoma ouhsc libraries
Additional Resources - University of Oklahoma OUHSC Libraries

  • National Library of Medicine resource libraries

  • Oklahoma City and Tulsa locations

  • Check the web site for location, hours, etc.

    • http://library.ouhsc.edu/

  • Check the online catalog for item availability before you make the trip

  • Print journals are shelved alphabetically by title. Scanning & printing available for a fee

  • You can search databases and e-Journals. Printing not available. Download articles on a flash drive or email

  • Guests are welcome - professional conduct expected


Find ejournals by title
Find eJournals by Title Libraries

Links to databases that contain vision science and medically related online journal titles

Search this section when you know the title, year, volume, of a specific journal


Consumer health
Consumer Health Libraries

  • Full text patient education handouts

  • MedlinePlus and MD Consult provide current, authoritative, peer-reviewed information

  • Includes images and links to trusted web sites

  • Comprehensive information written at 6th grade level

  • Some handouts in Spanish


Search for ebooks
Search for eBooks Libraries

  • Complete text and images available in major reference works

  • MD Consult – Over 65 Elsevier titles. Sixteen specific to Ophthalmology, including Yanoff’s Ophthalmology.

  • Books@Ovid – Over 36 titles from Lippincott and other publishers, including Duane’s Ophthalmology

  • Science Direct - Over 32 Elsevier books in Optometry and Ophthalmology, including the Encyclopedia of the Eye

  • Access Medicine – Top medical and basic sciences titles including Harrison’s Online, Goodman & Gilman’s Pharmacology, etc. Good source for information on systemic conditions

  • Stat!Ref – Titles from several publishers in medicine, pharmacology, nursing, and allied health. Includes ACP PIER evidence based summaries


Print book collection at jvl
Print Book Collection at JVL Libraries

  • Collection of almost all titles published annually by Elsevier in Ophthalmology/Optometry

  • Only comprehensive Optometry/Vision Science book collection in the region

  • Book collection located on 3d Floor of John Vaughan Library


Match resource to information need
Match Resource to Information Need Libraries

  • What is the question?

  • How will information be used?


Background vs foreground questions
Background vs. Foreground Questions Libraries

  • Asking questions about your proposed topic helps to clarify your knowledge gap

  • Clarifying type of question helps to determine which sources are most likely to have the answers you need


Background questions
Background Questions Libraries

  • Generally ask who, what, why, where or how about a single concept

  • Example:

    • What are the risk factors for open angle glaucoma?


Answers to background questions
Answers to Background Questions Libraries

  • Require general knowledge of disease and therapeutic processes

  • Resources:

    • Ovid MEDLINE Basic Search

    • MD Consult

    • Reference books & monographs – online and print collections


Review articles
Review Articles Libraries

Background articles that provide an overview of current research

Integrate recent advances with accepted practice

Summarize – not original works

May mix opinions/bias of the authors with evidence

Good Source: MD Consult


Foreground questions
Foreground Questions Libraries

  • Usually compare two or more concepts – drugs, treatments, tests, prognosis of two groups, harms or benefits of two approaches

  • Example:

    • Does lowering intraocular pressure medically or surgically in patients with open angle glaucoma delay visual field loss?


Answers to foreground questions
Answers to Foreground Questions Libraries

  • Require precise information about complex issues

  • Sources should provide current, original clinical research data

    • OVID MEDLINE – Clinical Queries

    • Evidence-Based Databases



Nsuoco residency orientation

Randomized controlled trials are considered the best studies for assessing therapeutic interventions.

Source:  Sackett, D.L., Richardson, W.S., Rosenberg, W.M.C., & Haynes, R.B. (1996). Evidence-Based Medicine: How to practice and teach EBM. London: Churchill-Livingstone.


Evidence pyramid
Evidence Pyramid for assessing therapeutic interventions.

  • Number of studies fewer at higher levels of the pyramid, but of higher quality and relevance to clinical practice


Cochrane collaboration
Cochrane Collaboration for assessing therapeutic interventions.

  • Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews

    • Part of the Cochrane Library (1996)

    • Over 3,000 reviews

    • Mostly Treatment; Diagnosis since 2008

    • Eyes & Vision Research Group includes 156 reviews

    • Among the highest level of evidence upon which to base treatment decisions

    • Access full text of reviews through Ovid


Systematic review
Systematic Review for assessing therapeutic interventions.

  • Analyzes data from several primary studies to answer a specific clinical question

  • Provides search strategies and resources used to locate studies

  • Includes specific inclusion and exclusion criteria (results in less bias)

  • Meta-Analysis (subclass) statistically summarizes results of several individual studies


Primary original studies
Primary (Original) Studies for assessing therapeutic interventions.

  • Articles that report results of original research investigations

  • Conclusions supported by data and reproducible methodology

  • Require time to acquire and appraise

  • Good Source: MEDLINE (OVID)


Medline
MEDLINE for assessing therapeutic interventions.

  • Premiere biomedical database from the NLM (National Library of Medicine)

  • Covers 1950-present

  • Indexes >4000 international biomedical journals

  • Full text available for many articles

  • Ovid interface includes tools to quickly filter search results to specific study types

  • Access from http://library.nsuok.edu/collegeop/index.html


Ovid medline clinical queries
Ovid MEDLINE Clinical Queries for assessing therapeutic interventions.


Life long learning
Life-Long Learning for assessing therapeutic interventions.

  • Selecting and searching online databases is challenging

  • Information is ever changing

  • Contact Sandra for help in person, by phone, or email


If you need help contact sandra1
If you need Help, contact Sandra for assessing therapeutic interventions.

Click on the Optometry Librarian’s Page link from the Optometry web page

Email: marti004@nsuok.edu

Phone: ext. 3263 or 918.444.3263

Location: Library Room 305B

Available for one-on-one or small group consultation

Evenings by appointment

Send email and/or call to arrange appointment for research assistance – enter OPT or other identifying term in email subject line


Nsuoco residency orientation1
NSUOCO Residency Orientation for assessing therapeutic interventions.

Sandra A. Martin, M.L.I.S.

Health Sciences Resource Coordinator

Optometry Subject Librarian

John Vaughan Library Room 305B

marti004@nsuok.edu – 918.444.3263