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Proposal Cover Sheet TITLE OF PROPOSED PROJECT: NAME ADDRESS PHONE & FAX NUMBER OF SUBMITTING ORGANIZATION: University of Florida Division of Sponsored Research 219 Grinter Hall P.O. Box 115500 Gainesville, Florida 32611 5500 Phone: 352 392 9267 FAX: 352 392 4400 DUNS # 969663814 NAME/PHONE AND E MAIL of CONTACT PERSONS: Bess d e Farber 352 273 2519 email@example.com Brian Prindle 352 392 1582 firstname.lastname@example.org Michele R. Tennant 352 273 8426 email@example.com ORGANIZATION WEBSITE ADDRESS: Health Science Center Libraries www.library.health.ufl.edu Smathers Libraries http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/ NAME CONTACT NAME, ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER OF PARTNER UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE (S): Note: All partners are within the University of Florida Jrg Bungert Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, College of Medicine Coordinator of Genetics and Genomics PhD Program PO Box 1 00245 Gainesville, FL 32610 0245 352 273 8097 Paul Gulig Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean, College of Medicine Interdisciplinary Program (IDP) in Biomedical Sciences PO Box 100229 Gainesville, FL 32610 0215 352 273 8600
Laura K. Guyer Courtesy As sociate Professor, College of Medicine College of Public Health and Health Professions, & Gender Research Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine Track PO Box 100296 Gainesville, FL 32610 0296 352 334 1360 Nancy Hardt Professor of Medicine Undergraduate minor in Health Disparities in Society PO Box 100275 Gainesville, FL 32610 0275 352 265 0238 Marian Limacher Professor of Medicine and Senior Associate Dean, College of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development PO Box 100215 Gainesville, FL 32610 352 294 5343 Michael Miyamoto Professor of Biology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences PO Box 118525 Gainesville, FL 32611 8525 352 392 3275 Rebecca Pauly Professor of Medicine, College of Me dicine Associate Vice President, Health Affairs, Equity & Diversity Associate Chair, Department of Medicine for Medical Student Education PO Box 100014 Gainesville, FL 32610 0014 352 273 5310 Ronald Shorr Professor of Medicine, Department of Epidemiology Program Director, UF CTSI Training and Professional Development Program 1601 SW Archer Road Gainesville, FL 32608 352 265 7227 PARTNER UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE (S) WEBSITE ADDRESS: College of Medicine: http://med.ufl.edu/ Clinical and Translational Science Institute: http://www.ctsi.ufl.edu/ Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences: http://idp.med.ufl.edu/ Graduate Program in Genetics & Genomics: http://ufgi.ufl.edu/graduate students/ http://web.wst.ufl.edu/ Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine: http://ruum.med.ufl.edu/
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 1 1. INTRODUCTION Throughout much of history, the majority of medical research and thinking has been based on the human male. Anatomy and physiology have focused the obvious differences in reproductive and lactating structures, but evolving technologies are increasingly ena bling us to detect biochemical and other small differences. Over the past decade, researchers and clinicians have begun publishing their research and clinical experiences with differing symptom presentation, reaction to therapy and prognoses, even within t he same non reproductive disease between the sexes. Endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, psychology and orthopedics have noted such differences. University of F lorida (UF) faculty have bee n among those publishing on sex and gender differences, making t he UF Health Science Center a natural venue for growing new researchers. With 16 colleges, more than 150 research centers and institutes, over 4 ,000 faculty members, and more than 50,000 students UF offers a n important nexus for the investigation and ap plication of information on sex and gender specific medicine. A broad PubMed search found UF researchers had published nearly 600 articles on gender related issues in physical and mental health between 1987 and October 2012, with author s distributed throu ghout all six colleges of the Health Science Center, the College of Health and Human Performance, the College of Engineering, and the Psychology and Biology Departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The Health Science Center Libraries (HSCL ), part of the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida (Smathers Libraries), are active partners in the education, research, training, and clinical needs of the Health Science Center colleges, centers, and institutes. With a strong liaison librarian program in place since 1998 (Tennant et al, 2001), the HSCL integrate s information skills and resources instruction into curricula across the Health Science Center provides support to basic sciences and clinical researchers through both document access and expert searching services, and strives to facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations by connecting researchers with one another. it will be most effective in reaching out to UF f goal areas: Increasing sex differences research in basic sciences Employ ing innovative strategies to build a well th research workforce In order to achieve these goals, HSCL librarians will undertake a 7 part outreach effort, focusing primarily on awareness building and skills development on the part of UF students and faculty in the basic sc iences and health profess ions, and secondarily on increasing and sex and gender differences research. HSCL librarians will also explore other opportunities to present, train, and facilitate collaboration during the grant period. 1. Student training Librarians will partner with faculty from the College s of Liberal Arts and Sciences Medicine and Public Health and Health Professions to train students in the use of the Women Resources Portal while introducing them to the importance of sex and gender differences in research and healthcare. It is expected that introducing students to these concepts and resources early in their careers will lead all to be aware of the importance of sex differences across areas of research and patient care, and
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 2 differences research Several teaching efforts will focus on basic science students including undergraduate genetics students, Genetics and Genomics PhD students, and Interdisciplinary PhD in Biomedical Sciences (ID P) students. Other teaching efforts will focus on future clin icians and clinical researchers including undergraduate students minoring in health disparities in society, undergraduate students in the Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine (RUUM) program, and first and second year medical students. 2. Faculty training and professional development p resentations at various venues. It is expected that introducing early career faculty to these resources will raise awareness of the importance of sex differences across research and patient care and may influence their choices of research focus. Presenta tion venues include the two week course Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research, a professional development seminar series, and local conferences and research symposia. 3. Collection building The HSCL will collaborate with the partners described above as well as the librarian subject for possible purchase collection that would significant ly improve access to dif ferences literature Such items may include books, journal back files, videos, and/or data sets. It is expected that and sex and gender differences will enhance the research and teaching of t hose faculty already working in these areas and will make such research and teaching more feasible for others considering working in these areas. 4. Open access publishing The HSCL will o ffer funds to UF authors publishing in open access journals or open access articles in traditional journals differences. Fund distribution and administration will be c oordinate d with Smathers Libraries personnel who have been administering an Open Access Publishin g Fund for over two years with funds designated to cover open access publishing fees. It is expected that such funding will encourage publica tion in open access venues and will thus facilitate the dissemination of gender differ ence s rese arch results. 5. Facilitating collaboration Smathers Libraries personnel will lead two Collaborating with Strangers workshops using CoLAB (CoLAB) Planning Series facilitative processes researchers to others in related fields with whom they may be able to de velop meaningful connections and to encourage interdisciplinary c ollaboration. Graduate student assistants will aid in facilitating these workshops both in person and via a web presence that attendees will be able to use to connect with each other after the workshops It is expected that these workshops will lead to n gender differences.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 3 6. Information dissemination through resource guides All project team members will work to direct library users to the Portal and the training prog promotion on a variety of existing subject specific resource guides ( created on SpringShare LibGuide s software ) related to basic sciences and clinical researc studies. It is expe cted that using the LibGuide format with which many library users are already familiar will direct interested faculty and students, particularly those not already 7. S haring project results through professional associations Project personnel will report the outreach activities of this project to colleagues outsid e of the University of Florida through presentations at meetings of professional associations. It Portal to conference attendees and offer a model to other librarians interested in differences research outreach. 2. TECHNICAL DISCUSSIONS a. Statement of Work Goals: a) Increase sex differences research in basic sciences f) Employ innovative strategies to build a well research workforce Objectives: 1. Student training in the basic sciences and clinical fields 2. Faculty training and professional development 3. Collection building 4. Open access publishing 5. Facilitating collaboration 6. Information dissemination through resource guides 7. Sharing project results through professional associations Background Information : To accomplish the objectives listed above t he HSCL project team will partner with College of Medicine educational units and its Faculty Affairs and Professional Development Offi ce, the Department of Biology, the Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences, the Genetics and Genomics Graduate Science Institute Training and Pro fessio nal Development Program By increasing awareness of and access to existing knowledge and encouraging relationships to produce new knowledge, these activities rch) and and gender differences are mature enough to have produced research to present and provide access to, yet new enough to hold potential for increas ed develop ment as a result of the awareness raising and collaboration forming activities proposed for this grant.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 4 Approach and Methodology : 1) Student training gender and sex differences research will be introduced withi n the curricula of a number of classes and academic programs. The Health Science Center Library has a longstanding partnership with the undergraduate general genetics course in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Each year in the spring semester, Tennant provides bibliographic and bioinformatics database instruction to approximately 120 students through this course; she is also responsible for developing, coordinating, implementing and grading the course term project (Tennant and Miyamoto, 2002; Te nnant et al, 2012). Generally over 90% of the students in the course are pre med, with the remainder expecting to attend graduate school in the biological sciences or other health related professions, such as dental or veterinary school. Through this class Tennant will provide students with an introduction to sex and gender Students will also be asked to include in their final term projects a short discussion of a ny sex and gender differences located in the biomedical literature related to their term project topics. In order to reach students who are beginning their graduate level research, in September of 2013, Tennant will integrate a discussion of sex/gender di fference research into her orientations for incoming PhD students in the College of Medicine (IDP students) and incoming PhD students in the Genetics and Genomics graduate program, an interdisciplinary program that includes students from the Colleges of Li beral Arts and Sciences, Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Medicine. To reach pre health undergraduate students with more of a clinical focus, Butson, Edwards, and Norton will work with Nancy Hardt, MD of the College of Medicine and Laura Guyer, PhD of t he in two undergraduate courses: Introduction to Health Disparities and Current Issues in Medicine. Introduction to Health Disparities is a required course in the undergraduate minor in health Introduction to the concepts surrounding sex and gender differences research will be particularly relevant for students in this about health disparities (including gender disparities) and develop critical thinking about assumptions shaping medical research and clinical practice. Current Issues in Medicine is a required course for students in the Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine (RUUM) program. The RUUM program offers qualified undergraduate students interested in rural or urban medicine and in practicing medicine to underserved populations the opportunity for early acceptance into medical school and requires dedicated coursework in their senior year. HSCL librarians will also serve as To reach medical students, the HSCL project team will work with Rebecca R. Pauly, MD of the College of Medicine to introduce the concept of the differences in disease presentation across genders in the course Essentials of Patient Care 4, which will occur in Spring Semester 2013. In this course, 130 second year medical students are taught skills in interacting with patients during lectures and provided an opportunity to demonstrate those skills in videotaped sessions with
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 5 simulated patients in the Harrell Professional Development and Assessment Center. Videotapes of the patient interactions are reviewed by preceptors and in small groups of medical students where concepts and skills are further discussed. Butson, Edwards, and Norton will participate in a session focused on delivering bad news to patients presenting session highlight gender differences in delivering and hearing bad news and differences in the presentation an will be apprised of the gender differences which may be noted during the review. The HSCL project team sources Portal to first year medical students who have selected Local and Global Health Equity as their discovery pathway. Discovery pathways allow medical students to focus on a thematic area of research interest which they will address throughout their u ndergraduate medical education, culminating in a paper, presentation, or other substantive deliverable. Butson, Edwards, and Norton will present at one session of the weekly seminar series for Local and Global Health Equity, introducing students to the po rtal and other resources; students will then be asked to choose a topic covered in the portal and make a brief presentation on it. In addition to the courses identified above, the HSCL project will continue to work with faculty collaborators in the Acade mic Health Center and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to find other programs or courses that would benefit from instruction on sex and gender differences research and 2) Faculty training and profess ional development be introduced to faculty through coursework, professional development, conferences, and symposia. The HSCL project team will work with Ronald Shorr, MD to integrate information about sex and gender differences research into the course Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR). This two week summer course, offered through the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is designed for graduate students and early career facult y who are learning about research design and analysis and typically enrolls around 50 students. The HSCL librarians have personnel will work with the librarian who typically provides instruction in this course to integrate he theme for small group sessions, which require to participants to develop a detailed research proposal on a topic of interest within the overall theme. Project personnel will serve as small group leaders and continue to guide course participants to appr opriate resources on sex and gender differences research in that venue. The HSCL project team will work with Marian Limacher, MD, Senior Associate Dean of the College of and sex and gender differences research into professional development opportunities for faculty in the College of Medicine. Butson, Norton, and Edwards will provide support for a professional development
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 6 seminar focused on research design and analysis tha t address sex and gender differences. They will also assist in teaching medical residents and fellows in the CTSI Training and Professional Development Program to identify study design and analysis appropriate for applying research conclusions to female s ubjects within the biomedical literature. Promote Health and Eliminate Health Disparities. This conference, taking place in June 2013, is designed to provi de a forum for communication between health professionals and the communities gender differences research at the conference; both librarians are members of plann ing committees organizing the conference. All project team members will present at college and institute based research days throughout the year, including but not limited to the Emerging Pathogens Institute Research Day, Public Health and Health Profess ions Research Day, and Florida Genetics 2013. 3) Collection building Because research builds on what is currently known, the HSCL project team proposes acquiring access for current investigators and students to documents on the methods used and results obtained in previous research. Schaefer will identify appropriate documents for one time purchase including relevant books, journal backfiles, vid eos, electronic products such as software and data mean that these purchases have the potential to reach many researchers in the state of Florida and/or in the S outheast Atlantic region. Examples of resources under consideration for purchase include but are not limited to: Backfiles of the journal Gender Medicine Books: Sex and Gender Aspects in Clinical Medicine ; Coronary Disease in Women ; Designing and Conducti ng Gender, Sex, and Health Research; The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare ; Sex Differences and Implications for Translational Neuroscience Research: Workshop Summary and Male ; and Female Infertility: Genetic Causes, Hormonal Treatments and Health Effects Videos: The Gender Puzzle Theories of Gender Role Differences: The Biological Difference, Taking 4) Open access publishing research for interested parties beyond Florida and the Southeast, the HSCL project team have distributed funding to cover p ublication costs of articles accepted in open access journals or for articles that w ill be made open access in traditional journals. This existing Open Access Publishing Fund offers up to $3,000 per UF author in open access publishing fees and has distribu ted over $200,000 for 190 articles. Schaefer will collaborate with personnel who have drafted these policies project team will use the same overall eligibility criteria in distributing funds, with some modification to ensure the funding goes only to articles aligned with the subject matter of this project. For those articles under consideration for funding by this project, Schaefer will be involved in the selection process
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 7 5) Facilitating collaboration As a means for initiating collaborative relationships and projects among UF faculty and students, CoLAB Planning Series facilitation processes will convene participants of various disciplines on campus. Two workshops facilita will be thematically designed to target those faculty and students researching or teaching topics related to sex and gender diversity in medical research. Each workshop will be two hours in length. After an introduction to the theories of collaborative and creative processes, and overview of the project scope, participants will share individual profiles to spark one on one conversations of 3 to 4 lts in highly focused conversations, often revealing hidden assets and commonalities of research, project and/or academic goals. Rather than focusing on what students, faculty and researchers lack in terms of support, this CoLAB process reveals access to e xtant resources, capacities, and networks. individual ideas and thoughts on such questions as: What synergies or connections did you discover? What events, in What other things do you want to learn or know? What are your next steps? An online webpage featuring headshots, profiles and contact information will provide a means for lea rning about 6) Information dissemination through resources guides Resources Portal, links to the portal will be displayed on the HSCL website and appropriate subject specific resources guides (LibGuides). LibGuides, a product of Springshare, can be used to integrate resources in defined subject areas useful for students and faculty researchers. The HSCL project team will devel op a LibGuide to that focuses on support of sex and gender differences research. HSCL librarians will work with the subject specialists from the Smathers Libraries to include the e the faculty who 7) Sharing project results through professional associations Tennant, Edwards, Norton, and Schaefer will promote the outreach activities of this project to colleagues outside of t he University of Florida via presentations at professional association conferences. Tennant will share preliminary project results at the Special Libraries Association (SLA) annual meeting in June; Edwards and Norton will share results at the Southern Cha pter of the Medical Library Association (SC/MLA) annual meeting in October, and Schaefer will share results at the American Public Health Association annual meeting in November. Description of Organizations Participating in the Project : many different colleges and departments. All of the work of this outreach project will occur with partners within the University of Florida. The HSCL well d eveloped library liaison program has forged many relationships with partners in the Academic Health Center. This outreach project is designed to continue collaborations with existing partners and to build new relationships and partners across the universi ty. In order to increase basic science research in sex and gender differences and help develop
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 8 building and instruction are needed across educational levels (undergraduate students through faculty) and acro ss disciplines. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Department of Biology. Tennant has been an instructor in genetics students have presented their poster sessions on genetic disease manifestations in the HSCL for the last five years. College of Medicine: Interdisciplinary Program (IDP) in Biomedical Sciences. The IDP program confers doctoral degrees in six concentrations: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Genetics; Immunolo gy & Microbiology; Molecular Cell Biology; Neuroscience; and Physiology & Pharmacology. Tennant has been the liaison to this group since 1996 and regularly presents in their orientations. Genetics Institute: Genetics and Genomics Graduate Program. Tenna nt has served as liaison to the Genetics Institute since 2001 and has provided support for the Genetics and Genomics Graduate Program since its inception, regularly presenting in their orientations. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: s Studies and Gender Research, Health Disparities in Society undergraduate minor. Hardt and Guyer have been the es and Gender Research. HSCL librarians ha ve worked with Hardt on several projects regarding serving the rural and underserved populations. Hardt has developed a mobile van clinic in which students from a variety of disciplines see patients who would othe rwise have difficulty accessing healthcare. HSCL librarians worked with Guyer in her former role of placing public health students in rotations facilitated by the University of Florida AHEC program; Guyer involved HSCL librarians as consultants, preparing students for the research components of those rotations. While working with familiar partners, involvement with the 50 students taking the health disparities in society undergraduate minor will be a new role for the HSCL. College of Medicine: Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine (RUUM) Track. Guyer coordinates this program that offers early medical school acceptance to exceptional undergraduate students with an interest in serving rural and urban underserved populations. HSCL librarians ha ve worked with Guyer as described above; collaborating to provide instruction in RUUM courses will be a new venture for the HSCL. College of Medicine: Medical student curriculum. Butson and Norton are current members of the College of Medicine Curriculum Committee, and other HSCL librarians have previously served in this capacity. The HSCL has been involved in various aspects of the medical curriculum for many years, most recently (Fall 2012) providing support for a newly developed week long intersession on health policy and outcomes. For the current project, HSCL librarians will work with Pauly and Hardt in portions of the first and second year curriculum in which the library has not previously been involved. Pauly and Butson have been co principal inve stigators on three Southeastern Atlantic Regional Medical Library Program of the National Library of Medicine in 2011 2012. Based on that project, Pauly and Butson secu red additional Gatorade funding for 2012 2013 to continue the project in which a librarian is embedded in the Internal Medicine clinic eight hours per week. The HSCL has previously worked with Hardt as described above. Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI): CTSI Training and Professional Development Program. HSCL librarians have been teaching in the CTSI
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 9 the co urse. Librarians have taught the principles of database searching and assisted small groups with the development of research proposals. College of Medicine: Faculty Affairs and Professional Development. Working with Marian Limacher, Senior Associate Dea n for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development for the College of Medicine, will be a new relationship for the HSCL. Several HSC librarians have attended the professional development seminars which have been offered by her office and the CTSI Introduct ion to Clinical and Translation Research described above is conducted under her auspices. Evaluation : Evaluation Goals The goals of the evaluation are designed to provide support for, and a way to measure the success of, overall program goals. As such, the evaluation goals and questions will be directly tied to project goals and objectives. 1. lth and sex/gender differences 2. Instruction and training (objective 1,2, and 6 listed above) 3. Collection development (objective 3) 4. Information dissemination (objectives 4 and 7) 5. Facilitating collaboration/building partnerships (objective 5) Evaluation Desc ription & Methodology The evaluation was designed to align with the project goals and to meet the needs of the project orientated Sanders, and Worthen (2004). The following groups have been identified as entities with a direct interest in the project and its results. The most obvious and significant stakeholders are the funding agencies, the National Library of Medicine and the Off ice of to carry out the work for the project. Additional stakeholders include the project team and the partners at the University of Florida because proj ect success will not only reflect upon the project team, but L As with any evaluation, the audience for the evaluation report consists primarily of the stake holders and this will be considered throughout the evaluation and reporting process. Other factors influencing the evaluation methodology include the abbreviated 9 month grant period, regulation barriers, and other time constraints. Therefore, evaluation feasibility is a concern and the evaluation described below will meet the evaluation goals while endeavoring to focus on what is feasible given the constraints mentioned above. The following table illustrates the various evaluation elements. The evaluat ion questions are tied to the project and evaluation goals. Information needed to answer the evaluation questions is described as well as the information source(s) and the method to collect the information. At this time no data collection instruments have been finalized, but that task will be finished as early into the grant period as possible.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 10 Sample Evaluation Question Information Required Information Source Method to Collect Information Evaluation Goal 1: Are the constituents aware of the need for health and sex/gender issues? User perception data re: awareness 1) HSC faculty, staff, and students 2)Instruction/training attendees Questionnaires, both general and post instruction/training Resource portal? User perception data re: awareness 1) HSC faculty, staff, and students 2)Instruction/training attendees Questionnaires, both general and post instruction/training Evaluation Goal 2 : Instruction and training Did the instruction/training reach the appropriate audience s? User data demographic data from the instruction/training Instruction/training attendees Questionnaires, both general and post instruction/training Were the learners satisfied with the instruction/training? User satisfaction data from instruction/training Instruction/training attendees Post instruction/training questionnaire Did learning (or perceived learning) occur as a result of the instruction/training? User data from instruction/training Instruction/training attendees Post instru ction/training questionnaire/formative and summative assessment of training/instruction Evaluation Goal 3: Collection development How much money was spent adding to the sex/gender differences? Expenditure data Purchase receipts, expenditure reports from librarians Data mining from appropriate sources How many volumes were purchased? Collection purchasing data Materials purchase records from librarians Data mining from appropriate sources How much was the collection used by the intended audience? Collection materials use data Aleph; specific resource usage statistics Data mining from appropriate sources Evaluation Goal 4: Information dissemination How much money was spent to help researchers or sex/gender differences studies in open access journals? Expenditure data including expenditure reports OA administrators Data mining from appropriate sources including the OA collaborators How much money was spent to publish open access articles in t raditional journals? Expenditure data including expenditure reports OA administrators Data mining from appropriate sources including the OA collaborators
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 11 Sample Evaluation Question Information Required Information Source Method to Collect Information What are open access publishing fund and/or publishing in open access journals? For instance, did they find relevant OA journals to publish in? 1) Perception data re: using the OA fund 2) Perception data re: OA journals in rele vant areas Users of the project specific OA fund Post OA fund use questionnaire, semi structured interviews/focus groups Evaluation Goal 5: Facilitating collaboration/building partnerships How many participants attended the CoLAB workshops? Participant attendance data CoLAB participants including faculty, staff, and students Post workshop questionnaire What colleges/departments/units did the participants represent? Participant demographic data CoLAB participants including faculty, staff, and students Post workshop questionnaire Did the participants develop new collaborations health and sex/gender research? Participant perception data re: CoLAB partnerships CoLAB participants including faculty, staff, and student s Post workshop questionnaire Increasing Existing and Building New Partnerships Describe new partnerships that were formed as a result of this project. Perception data, primarily qualitative Project team, consultants, and collaborators Project team notes, open ended survey questions, semi structured interview and/focus groups Describe how existing partnerships were built upon as a result of this project. Perception data, primarily qualitative Project team, consultants, and collaborators Project team notes, open ended survey questions, semi structured interviews and/focus groups with the library in general? Perception data, primarily qualitative Project collaborators and consultants Open ended surve y questions, semi structured interviews and/focus groups with the library as relates to this grant project? Perception data, primarily qualitative Project collaborators and consultants Open ended survey ques tions, semi structured interview s and/focus groups How has working with the library on this project Perception data, primarily qualitative Project collaborators and consultants Open ended survey questions, semi stru ctured interview s and/focus groups How has working with the library on this project as a collaborative partner? Perception data, primarily qualitative Project collaborators and consultants Open ended survey questions, semi structured interview s and/focus groups
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 12 Project schedule : Spring Semester January April, 2013 Identify and purchase items for the HSCL collection differences research and distribute funds Teach in undergraduate genetics course al and global health equity Essentials in Patient Care 4 Teach in undergraduate course Introduction to Health Disparities Teach in undergraduate Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine course Current Issues in Medicine Present outreach project at UF Emerging Pathogens Institute Research Day Present outreach project at UF College of Public Health and Health Professions Research Day S ummer Semester May August, 2013 Teach in Introduction to Clinical and Translation Research course Health and Eliminate Health Disparities Present outreach project at the Special Libraries Association annual meeting Fall Semester September 2013 and beyond Teach in IDP program student orientation Teach in Genetics and Genomics PhD program student orientation Present outreach project at the Southern Chapter, Medical Library Association annual conference Present outreach project at the American Public Health Association annual conference Charts : See Attachment No. 2 b. Personnel Michele R. Tennant, Assistant Director for Biomedical and Health Information Services, and Bioinformatics Librarian, received her PhD in Biology from Wayne State University and her MLIS from UCLA. She has been a librarian at the University of Fl orida's Health Science Center Library since 1995, and since that time, has served as liaison librarian to numerous basic science departments and educational programs. She currently serves as bioinformatics librarian for the UF Genetics Institute, and provi des instruction, consultation, and other services to the PhD students in the Institute's Genetics and Genomics Graduate Program, an interdisciplinary program with faculty from the Colleges of Medicine, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Agriculture and Life Sc iences. Since 1996 she has been the liaison librarian to College of Medicine PhD students in the Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences (IDP). And since 1996 she has provided literature and bioinformatics database instruction to undergraduate gen etics students. Tennant has received funding through NNLM subcontracts and grants from various
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 13 agencies. From 2011 2012, she and co PIs Hannah Norton and others explored the information needs of clinical and translational science researchers through an NN LM CTSI Infrastructure Award. Also in 2011 2012, she served as investigator on an NNLM outreach award to assist patients in asking questions of their doctors in a university clinic. In 2007 she received the Lindberg Fellowship from the Medical Library Asso ciation, to study the bioinformatics information needs of basic science researchers. Tennant has published over 20 scholarly articles and was awarded the Academic Medical Librarian of the year award from the Medical Library Association. Linda Butson, Cons umer Health and Community Outreach Librarian medical librarian. Since coming to the University of Florida in 1995, she has liaised to several departments in the College of Medicine (COM), served as a member of the COM Cu rriculum Committee and provided service to the University of Florida AHEC program and the 33 counties in North Florida that it served She has received several NNLM subcontracts. In 2000 2002 she and Nancy Schaefer worked to train county and state public health workers in North Florida to use NLM resources. In 2011 12, she, Jennifer Lyon, and Michele Tennant received an NNLM outreach award to assist patients in asking questions of their doctors in a university clinic. In this work, she has used MedlinePlu s, PubMed and other reliable sources to provide information to patien ts. In 2012 she was named Co PI with Rebecca Pauly MD to extend that project from four hours per week t o eight hours per week over a six month period. Mary Edwards Distance Learning and Liaison Librarian, has worked in the UF Health Science Center Libraries since 2004 and liaises to departments in the College of Medicine and the College of Public Health and Health Professions. She has recent ly completed a doctorate in Education, whi ch emphasized the use of quantitative and qualitative methodologies for program evaluation and research. Her current evaluation experience includes work on evaluating library services including an embedded librarian implementation and evaluating a residenc e hall reference service. In 2011 2012 she, Linda Butson, and Michele Tennant, received an internal grant to purchase tablet devices to evaluate the use of tablets in providing reference services at the point of care during clinical rounds. Hannah Norton, Reference and Liaison Librarian, has provided reference, collection development and instruction services to the UF College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) Department of Medicine and Junior Honors Medical Program since 2009 She currently se rv es on the CVM and College of Medicine curriculum committees and is co Force She has been a co PI on several NNLM subcontracts including, in 2011 2012, the $20,000 award bioinformatics. Nancy Schaefer, Reference and Instruction Librarian, liaised to several departments and related centers and institutes in the colleges of Medicine and Public Health & Health Professions over her 13 years at the University of Florida Health Science Center Library. Several external grants have enabled her to acquire and present resources (2000 2002 NNLM subcontract training public health department staff, r the Fourth Meeting of National Leaders in was included in the proceedings. This year (2012) she interviewed library staff and users at 8 public health libraries throughout the United States about services, st affing and col lections on a $17,000
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 14 Bess de Farber, rants M anager has provided grantsm anship instruction for 25 years and led efforts to secure millions in grant funding for nonprofits and academic libraries at UF and the University of Arizona. Her research interest is asset based collaboration development. As a certified professional facilitator through the Internationa l Association of Facilitators, she invented the CoLAB Planning Series large group processes for those seeking collaborative partnerships in 2002. Since its inception, CoLAB processes have been facilitated for over 1,450 participants, representing more tha n 700 organizations. Sponsors of CoLAB workshops have included the Creative Campus Committee at UF, United Way of Martin and Palm Beach counties Florida Atlantic University, C ommunity Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin c ounties, and the Community Founda tion of Broward. See attached resumes for additional information on each of the project personnel. c. Partnerships See letters of collaboration from the following individuals: J rg Bungert, PhD Paul Gulig PhD Laura Guyer, PhD Nancy Hardt, MD Marian L imacher, MD Michael Miyamoto, PhD Rebecca Pauly, MD Ronald Shorr, MD d. Facilities The University of Florida is a large, land grant, public educational research institution with a faculty of approximately 4,000 and a student body of approximately 50,000. UF is Fl orida's largest university, the nation's fourth largest, and traces its beginnings to a small seminary in 1853. Since 1985, UF has been a member of the Association of American Universities, the prestigious higher education organization comprised of the top 62 public and private institutions in North America. UF is home to 16 colleges and more than 150 research centers and instit utes. The University offers PhDs in more than 90 fields and Master's degree s in more than 120 fields. The H ealth S cience C enter Libraries provide services and programs to support the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Public Health and Health Professions, and Veterinary Medicine; the McKnight Brain Institute; the University of Florida Genetics Institute; the Emerging Pathogens Institute; the Institute for Child and Health Policy; and the Institute of Aging; Shands HealthCare; the University of Florida/Shands Cancer Center; and the University of Florida Physicians Clinics (12 primary and 21 specialty care). Th e HSC Libraries also support 52% ($291,000,000) of all campus research awards by providing up to date research content and information access and management support. Since 1999, the HSC Libraries have operated a Liaison Librarian program to facilitate part nerships with academic faculty and programs by assigning each HSC college or department a dedicated librarian who works closely with its faculty, staff and student s. The HSCL currently employs 11 professional librarians and 20 staff. Presentations to stu dents and faculty are expected to occur either in classrooms and auditoriums on the campus of the University
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 15 have computers with Internet access and USB ports, projection system s and large projection screens or monitors as well as accommodation for participants with physical limitations. Many of these presentation spaces also have laser pointers and/or clip on microphones. The LibGuide and all electronic books and journals that are purchased with grant funding will be hosted on the library any service disruption. All video products purchased will be either streaming or in DVD for mat, the latter being the hard format for which UF classrooms or mobile carts are equipped. The first C oLAB workshop will be conducted in one of several large open spaces in either t he Health Science Center or a campus library. The second CoLAB workshop wi ll also occur in one of those spaces if the newly remodeled Health Science Center Library is not completed by its projected re opening date of April 2013. The purpose of the College of Medicine's Harrell Professional Development and Assessment Center is development of the techniques and tools necessary for successful patient evaluation and treatment. It contains a suite of 16 patient examination rooms that resemble outpatient clinic rooms. Each room is equipped with two closed circuit color video cameras and a microphone, which are linked to a control center in which student patient interactions can be monitored or videotaped. The Center uses standardized patients individuals trained to simulate signs and symptoms of specific ailments or who have stable, abnormal physical findings. e. Past Performance A broad PubMed search found UF researchers had published nearly 600 articles on gender related issues in physical and mental health between 1987 and October 2012, with author s distributed throughout all six colleges of the Health Science Center, the College of Health and Human Performance, the College of Engineering, and the Psychology and Biology Departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences : Department of Bi ology. T he undergraduate course with which this project will be involved is taken primarily by pre health professional and pre biomed ical research students. Primar y course instructor Miyamoto has a history of collaborating with T ennant to incorporate necessary information skills and resources into the course and developing innovative ways for students to demonstrate their grasp of course materials. College of Medicine: Interdisciplinary Program (IDP) in Biomedical Sciences. The IDP program confers d octoral degrees in six concentrations: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Genetics; Immunology & Microbiology; Molecular Cell Biology; Neuroscience; and Physiology & Pharmacology. Over 250 faculty members from across the eight basic science departments in the College of Medicine are affiliated with the program. biomedical science. Genetics Institute: Genetics and Genomics Graduate Program. This interdisciplinary PhD program is housed in the UF Genetics Institute and includes faculty from across the College of Medicine, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. There are currently 28 PhD students enrolled in the program whose research covers a wide variety of topics in genetics and genomics. College of Liber al Arts and Sciences: Center for Research, Health Disparities in Society undergraduate minor. The newly approved minor in health disparities in society is designed to
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 16 encourage critical thinking about the assumptions that shape medical research and clinical practice One of its goals is to add di versity to the health professions workforce. Housed in the approximately 50 students. College of Medicine: Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine (RUUM) Track. The RUUM program offe rs early medical school acceptance for exceptional students with a commitment to future research or practice among rural or urban underserved groups. Approximately 6 students are accepted each year in their junior year and enroll in five required courses during their senior year. College of Medicine: Medical student curriculum. based basic sciences and clinical medicine. Stude nts are given opportunities to interact with patients in urban, rural, and suburban settings, exposing students to a variety of clinical presentations. Students who are interested in community outreach have a number of opportunities for hands on medical ex perience in hospitals and clinics in Florida. The medical school accepts approximately 135 students into this program each year. Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI): CTSI Training and Professional Development Program. The CTSI was founde d in 2008 to improve human health by transforming the Professional Development Program provide s educational opportunities for clinical and basic science i nvestigators laboratory technicians, study coordinators and other related personnel on multi and interdisciplinary clinical and translational research teams. College of Medicine: Faculty Affairs and Professional Development. The Office of Faculty Affair s and Professional Development offer s guidance and opportunities f or incoming and current College of Medicine faculty The Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development sponsors several meetings each semester to encourage both personal and profes sional growth, as well as offer opportunities to connect with other colleagues in the College of Medicine. REFERENCES Fitzpatrick JL, Sanders JR, Worthen BR. 2004. Program Evaluation: Alternative Approaches and Practical Guidelines. Allyn and Bacon: Boston, MA. Tennant MR, Butson LC, Rezeau ME, Tucker PJ, Boyle ME, Clayton G. 2001. Customizing for clients: developing a library liaison progra m from need to plan Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89(1): 8 20. Tennant MR Miyamoto MM. 2002. The role of medical libraries in undergraduate education: a case study in genetics. J ournal of the Med ical Libr ary Assoc iation, 90(2): 181 1 93. Tennant MR Edwards M Miyamoto MM 201 2. Redesigning a library based genetics class research project through instructional theory and authentic experience. J ournal of the Med ical Libr ary Assoc iation, 100(2): 90 9 7.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PROJECT Information Access Categories (see Statement of Work): Type of Activity Check if Applicable Comments Skills Development x Activities include student training, faculty training and professional development, facilitating collaboration, and sharing project results through professional associations. Resource Development Information Retrieval Document Access x Activities include collection building, open access publishing, and information dissemination through resource guides.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GENDER DIFFERENCES OUTREACH PROJECT Capabilities Matrix Required Capabilities R eference name and phone number for capability Description Demonstrated evidence of a relationship with one or more university/college Jrg Bungert, PhD 352 273 8097 Paul Gulig, PhD 352 273 8600 Laura Guyer, PhD 352 334 1360 Nancy Hardt, MD 352 265 0238 Marian Limacher, MD 352 294 5343 Michael Miyamoto, PhD 352 392 3275 Rebecca Pauly, MD 352 265 0140 Ronald Shorr, MD 352 265 7227 Can speak to HSCL relationship with Genetics and Genomics PhD Program Can speak to HSCL relationship with Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Biosciences. Can speak to HSCL relationship with Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine program and undergraduate minor in Health Disparities in Society. Can speak to HSCL relationship with medical student discovery pathway on local and global health equity. Can speak to HSCL relationship with College of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Developmen t. Can speak to HSCL relationship with Dep artment of Biology and undergraduate genetics course. Can speak to HSCL relationship with College of Medicine course, Essentials in Patient Care 4. Can speak to HSCL relationship with CTSI course, Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research. Demonstrated organizational structure that supports relationships with one or more university/college Cecilia E. Botero 352 273 8400 structure and existing support of Health Science Center colleges. Demonstrated experien ce in working with the intended audience(s) Jrg Bungert, PhD 352 273 8097 Paul Gulig, PhD 352 273 8600 Michael Miyamoto, PhD 352 392 3275 Can speak to with Genetics and Genomics PhD Program. with Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Biosciences. instruction in the undergraduate genetics course.
Rebecca Pauly, MD 352 265 0140 Ronald Shorr, MD 352 265 7227 g rant funded project to assist patients in asking questions of their doctors in a university clinic. Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research. Demonstrated knowledge or experience with sex difference resea rch or single sex studies Nancy Hardt, MD 352 265 0238 Marian Limacher, MD 352 294 5343 Elizabeth Shenkman, PhD 352 265 7220 Can speak to College of Medicine Can speak to College of Medicine research Can speak to College of Medicine Demonstrated knowledge of or experience with the dissemination of web based health information Cecilia E. Botero 352 273 8400 web based health information. Demonstrated experience of health communication skills including development of health communication training materials and programs tailored to the intended audience(s) Rebecca Pauly, MD 352 265 0140 Judith Roberts 352 27 3 8443 grant funded project to assist patients in asking questions of their doctors in a university clinic. offering health information training to university staff. Demonstrated ability to administer evaluations using appropriate qualitative and quantitative methods Erik W. Black, PhD 352 334 135 work in evaluating an embedded librarian project. Demonstrated capability to integrat e digital and or training tools into resource development based on the needs of the intended audience Cecilia E. Botero 352 273 8400 training capacity.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA OUTREACH PROJECT Intended Audiences (Check all that apply) Direct Beneficiaries Check if a Primary Target Check if a Secondary Target(s) University/ college students x University/college faculty x University/college librarians and library staff x H ealth professionals -Professional Association x -Allied health technologists, technicians, therapists -Behavioral health professionals, psychologists, counselors, social workers -Dentists -Epidemiologists -Medical laboratory staff -Nurses -Pharmacists -Physician assistants -Physicians -Public health workforce x -Other (please list) Medical and special (SLA) librarians
COST BREAKDOWN Organization: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Date Submitted: 12/ 21 /12 Period Covered: JANUARY 7 SEPTEMBER 20, 2013 EXPENDITURE CATEGORY ESTIMATED RATE ESTIMATED HOURS ESTIMATED COST DIRECT LABOR PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL various various 19,043 SUPPORT PERSONNEL $10/hour 100 1,000 FRINGE BENEFITS various 4,447 CONTRACTED SERVICES 750 COLLECTION MATERIALS various 5,000 TRAVEL various 5,215 OPEN ACCESS SUPPORT 10,000 REPRODUCTION OTHER COSTS (SPECIFY) CONSULTANTS DOCUMENT DELIVERY TOTAL DIRECT COST 45,455 [MODIFIED TOTAL DIRECT COST] OVERHEAD/IDC ( 10 % ) 4,545 TOTAL 50,000 Does your organization currently have a negotiated indirect cost rate agreement with any U S Government agency ? X__ Yes __ No If yes please identify agency : DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES Will you require the purchase of equipment in the pe rformance of this proposed contract? __ Yes X __ No Do you now hold any contract for the same or similar work called for by this proposed solicitation with any other government agency? __ Yes X __ No If yes please identify contract and agency: _____________________________________
If travel is proposed, provide statement addressing the following details on destination(s); duration of trip(s); number of travelers; and cost per trip, broken down by cost elements, e.g., airfare, lodging, and meals See Budget Justification. If consultants are proposed, provide name(s), rate(s), and number of hours/days. NOTE: The above categories are examples only and are not meant to be all inclusive.
AND GENDER DIFFERENCES OUTREACH PROJECT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Budget Justification Grant Period: January 7, 2012 to September 20, 2013 Personnel ($ 19,043 ) Funding is requested for effort related to planning and executing the proposed project by the project team as follows: Principal Investigator Michele Tennant, Ph.D. ( .0 35 FTE totaling $3, 000 ) ; Co Principal Investigators include Linda Butson ( .0 7 FTE totaling $ 5,076 ), Mary Edwards, Ed .D. ( .07 FTE totaling $ 3,352 ); Hannah Norton ( .0 7 FTE totaling $ 3,272 ); and Nancy Schaefer ( .0 7 FTE totaling $ 4,344 ). Stu dent Labor ($1,000) 100 hours @ $10/hour for a graduate student to support two Collaborating with Strangers Workshops, including promotion and recruitment of participants, workshop preparation and assistance, post workshop survey input and analysis, deve lopment of online network group component, and communication. Fringe Benefits ($4,447) Fringe rates were calculated as follows: 23.2% for faculty librarians and 2.9% for student labor. Outside Services ($750) During the project, the Harrell Professi onal Development and Assessment Center, UF College of Medicine will provide actors to simulate patients (Standardized Patients) in a lecture/demonstration for 120 students in the course covering Essentials of Patient Care. Cost for the service will be $750 Collection Materials ($5,000) The project team will work with partners to identify important one time Materials in digital formats will be preferred over those in print. Travel ($5,215) three annual conferences to be expensed as follows: Tennant will attend Special Libraries Association in San Diego, CA, June 2013 ($529 registration; $1,800 lodging for 6 nights -$300/night; $50 ground transportation ; train fare $100 ); Schaefer will attend American Public Health Association in Boston, MA, November 2013 ($700 registrat ion; $400 airfare); Edwards and Norton will attend Southern Chapter of Medical Libraries Association in Jackson, MS October 2013 ($275 each registrant, $543 each airfare). Open Access Publishing ($10,000) The project team will work with members of The University of post doctoral researchers or graduate students with support to open access journal publishing related ifferences in medical research. Awards will range from $750 to $3,000 depending on the request for publication fees, type of journal, or number of authors. Availability of these funds and subsequent awards will be promoted widely. The project team will eva luate applications based on set criteria to be developed, that best support the project theme. Indirect Cost s ($4,545) This represents 10% of direct project costs.
CV MRT NLM 1 MICHELE RENEE TENNANT PhD, MLIS Health Science Center Libraries and UF Genetics Institute P.O. Box 100206 University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610 0206 (352) 273 8426 firstname.lastname@example.org EDUCATION: M LIS University of California, Los Angeles Dec. 1994 Major: Library and Information Science PhD Wayne State University Dec. 1991 Major: Biology ; Minor: Chemistry BS University of Southern California Dec. 1982 Major: Biological Sciences PROFE SSIONAL INFORMATION WORK EXPERIENCE : University Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries and UF Genetics Institute, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (July 2006 ) Associate University Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries and UF Genetics Ins titute, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (July 2002 June 2006) Assistant University Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries (Aug. 1996 June 2002), UF Genetics Institute (Sept. 2001 June 2002), Universi ty of Florida, Gainesville, FL Visiti ng Instructor Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (Aug. 1995 Aug. 1996) Intern, Information Services, Amgen, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA (June Sept. 1994) SELECTED REFEREED PUBLICATIONS: Tennant MR, Edw ards M, Miyamoto MM. 2012. Use of instructional design theory and an individualized hybrid strategy for assessment in library based instruction J Med Librar Assoc, 100(4):319 22. Tennant MR, Auten B, Botero CE, Butson LC, Edwards ME, Garcia Milian R, Lyon JA, Norton HF. 2012. Changing the face of reference: adapting biomedical and health information services for the classroom, clinic and beyond. Med Ref Serv Q 31(3):280 301 Garcia M ilian R, Norton HF, Tennant MR. 2012. The presence of academic health sci ences l ibraries on Facebook: the relationship between content and library p opularity Med Ref Serv Q 31(2):171 87 Tennant MR, Edwards M, Miyamoto MM. 2012. Redesigning a library based genetics class research project through instructional theory and authen tic experience. J Med Libr Assoc, 100(2):90 7. Deumens E, Taylor LNF, Schipper RA, Botero C, Garcia Milian R, Norton HF, Tennant MR, Acord paper, Workshop on Research Data Lifecycle Management. Niu X, Hemminger BM, Lown C, Adams S, Brown C, Level A, McLure M, Powers A, Tennant MR, Cataldo T 2010. National study of information seeking behavior of academic researchers in the United States. J Am Soc Inf Sci Technol 61 (5): 869 90 Tennant MR, Miyamoto MM. 2008. The role of the medical librarian in the basic biological sciences: a case study in virology and evolution. J Med Libr Assoc 96(4):290 8 Tennant MR, Lyon JA. 2007. Entrez Gene: a gene J Electron Res
CV MRT NLM 2 Med Libs 4(3):53 78 ( Invited paper ) Lyon, JA, Tennant MR, Danielson B. 2006. Introducing Protein Data Bank, Molecular Modeling Database, and Cn3D. J Electron Res Med Lib., 3(3):1 20 ( Invited paper ) Lyon JA, Tennant MR, Messner K, Os terbur DL. 2006. Carving a niche: establishing bioinformatics collaborations. J Med Libr Assoc 94(3):330 5 Tennant MR, Lyon JA. 2006. Web based genetics resources for clinicians, researchers, students, and patients: Online Mendelian Inheritance in M an (OMIM TM ) and GeneTests TM J Electron Res Med Libs 3(2):1 21 Tennant MR. 2005. Bioinformatics librarian: meeting the information needs of genetics and bioinformatics researchers. Ref Serv Rev, 33(1):12 9 ( Invited paper ) Tennant MR, Miyamoto MM. 20 02. The role of medical libraries in undergraduate education: a case study in genetics. J Med Libr Assoc, 90(2):180 93 ( ) Liu RFG, Miyamoto MM, Freire NP, Ong P, Tennant MR, Young TS, Gugel KF. 2001. Mo lecular and morphological supertrees for Eutherian (Placental) mammals. Science, 291(5509):1786 9 SELECTED PRESENTATIONS, SPEECHES, POSTERS, AND GUEST LECTURES: invited presentation, Quad Chapter meeting, Medical Library Association, Baltimore, MD, 15 Oct. 2012 presentation, Medical Library Association annual conference, Seattle, WA, 20 May 2012 (MR Tennant, M Edwards [presenter], R Garcia Milian, HF Norton) Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 17 May 2011 ( invited ) contributed poster, International Congress on Medical Librarianship, Brisbane Australia, 3 Sept. 2009 (MR Tennant, MM Miyamoto [presenter], MG Horrell) Annual Conference Washington, D.C., 15 June 2009 ( invited ) Continuing Education Course, 9 th International Congress on Medical Librarianship, S alvador, Bahia, Brazil, 23 Sept. 2005 ( invited ) ormatics contributed poster, 9 th International Congress on Medical Librarianship Salvador, Brazil, 21 23 Sept. 2005 ( MR Tennant [ presenter], M M Miyamoto [ presenter], L Zhou, HV Baker) Bioinformationist invitation only conference, National Library of Medi cine, Bethesda, MD, 4 Apr. 2002 ( invited ) SELECTED INVITED PARTICIPANT/CONSUL TATIONS OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY: Envisioning the Future of Science Libraries at Academic Research Laboratory, NY, 2012 R egional Medical Library Plan ning Group for E science Boot Camp, invited member, 2011 12 Biomedical Library and Informatics Research Committee. Invited member, National Library of Medicine (NLM) Bethesda, MD, 3 times per year, 2008 11 Planning panel on National Library of Medicine s upport for genomic science in the 21 st century.
CV MRT NLM 3 Invited panelist, NLM Bethesda, MD, 2005 06 Regional instructor, taught regionally for NCBI, yearly, 2003 08 Course developer and instructor, advanced workshop for bioinformatics information yearly, 2002 07 Planning meeting Development of advanced course and enhancement of basic course in use of NCBI resources. I nvited participant/consultant, NCBI, Be thesda, MD, 2001 02 Planning meeting nvited participant/consultant, NCBI, Bethesda, MD, 2001 SELECTED AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS: 2012 13 Fellow (competitive program) National Library of Medici ne/Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries 2010 15 Distinguished Member Status Academy of Health Information Professionals 2005 Distinguished Member Award, Recipient Special Libraries Association, Biomedical and Life Sciences Division 2005 Estelle Brodman Academic Medical Librarian of the Year Award, Recipient Medical Library Association 2003 Top 20 Library Instructional Paper of the Year American Library Association, Library Instructional Round Table (LIRT) SELECTED CONTRACTS AND GRANTS: Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Library based Bioinformatics Support; University of Florida; $44,000; Principal Investigator; 2012 13 Exploring the Real and the Imaginary: The Parallel Worlds of Harry Potter ; Catalyst Fund ; $3500 ; Co Principal Investiga tor; 2012 Do Informed patients and physicians achieve better health outcomes? ; Department of Medicine Gatorade ; $29,000 ; Collaborator ; 2011 12 Influencing patient provider communication and patient self advocacy in a university based internal medicine cl inic ; Natio nal Networks/ Libraries of Medicine ; $5209 ; collaborator; 2011 12 Developing an infrastructure for information support for clinical and translational researchers ; National Networks of Libraries of Medicine ; $20,000 ; Principal Investigator; 2011 1 2 VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists ; National Institutes of Healt h; $12,300,000 ; ( Total Award to UF Libraries: $1,729,030 ) ; Investigator; 2009 11 Assessment of Us er Skills and Efficiency in Application of Bioinformatics Resources to Answer B iological Questions ; Medical Library Association ; $25,000 ; Principal Investigator ; 2007 SELECTED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Medical Library Association (MLA; member, 1995 ): Continuing Education Commi ttee, member, 2009 12, chair designate, 2011 12 chair 2012 13 Journal of the Medical Library Association Editorial Board, member, 2005 0 8 Task Force on Information Specialists in Cont ext, member, 2003 0 5 Molecular Biology and Genomics Special Interest Group, convener, 1999 2001 Special Libraries Association ( SL A member, 1995 )
CVLibrary 12/11 /12 1 Linda Claire Butson MLn, MPH Health Science Center Libraries P.O. Box 100206 University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610 0206 (352) 273 8399 email@example.com EDUCATION: MPH University of North Carolina Chapel Hill 1986 MPH in Health Policy and Administration MLn Emory University 1974 Master of Librarianship BS University o f Georgia 1973 Major: Zoology WORK EXPERIENCE: Consumer Health and Community Outreach Librarian ( Associate University Librarian )Health Science Center Libraries University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (April 2010 ) Assistant Director for Access and Outreach Services (Assistant In) Health Science Center Libraries University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (2006 2010) Interim Assistant Director for Access and Outreach Services ( Assistant In ) Health Science Center Libraries University of Florida, Gainesvi lle, FL ( 2002 2006) Assistant Director, Outreach Services ( Assistant In) Health Science Center Libraries Universi ty of Florida, Gainesville, FL ( 1999 2002 ) Assistant Director of Reference Education and Information Management, (Associate University Librarian), Health Science Center Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL ( 1995 1999 ) Off Campus Librarian, Off Campus Library Services, Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant Michigan Stationed in Washington DC ( 1992 1995) Associate Director, Information and Media Services, Mountain AHEC, Asheville NC. (1986 1992) Assistant Director, Information and Media Services, Mountain AHEC Asheville, NC. ( 1983 1986 ) Health Sciences Librarian, Mountain AHEC Asheville NC. (1979 1983) Director, Health Science Library, Mountain AHEC Asheville NC. (1974 1979 ) SELECTED AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS: Kronick Traveling Fellowship Medical Library Association February 27, 2011. Consumer Health Specialization Level 2. Medical Library Association. 2011 2014. Academy of Health Information Professionals. Medical Library Association. Distinguished member status from 200 0 201 6 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: Tennant MR, Auten B, Botero CE, Butson LC, Edwards ME, Garcia Milian R, Lyon JA, Norton HF. (2012) The changing face of reference: biomedical and health information services in the classroom, clinic and beyond. Med Ref Servs Quart 31:3.280 301 Ferree N, Schaefer N, Butson LC, Tennant MR. ( 2009 ) Liaison librarian tiers: levels of service. J Med Libr Assoc 97(2):145 8 Tennant MR, Butson LC, Rezeau ME, Tucker P, Boyle M, Clayton G. ( 2001 ) Customizing for clients: developing a library liaison program from need to plan. Bull Med Libr Assoc, 89(1):8 20 Butson, L C Hynes, D, Schmidt, S The Internet :a guide to working smarter Tampa FL: Florida AHEC Program, 2001. 2 nd edition 2002; 3 rd edit ion 2004; Placed on Florida AHEC website http://flahec.org/ January 2003 2007.
CVLibrary 12/11 /12 2 SELECTED PRESENTATIONS : Quad Chapter meeting of the Medical Library Association, Baltimore, MD. (LC Butson [presenter], JA Lyon, MR Tennant C. Botero, N.Singh, Rebecca R. Pauly, MD FACP) October 14, 2012. Assessing Patient Provider Communication and Patient Self Advocacy in a Univ ersity Based Internal Medicine Clinic, contributed poster, 2012 Florida Alliance Scholars Program Culminating Event Gainesville, FL, (N. Singh [Presenter], LC Butson, P. Meek, RR Pauly) 25 July 2012. Smartphone use at a Health Science Center contributed poster, Medical Library Association annual conference, Seattle, WA (E Bushhousen, B Auten, HF Norton, R Jesano, LC Butson [presenter], K Summey, D David, MR Tennant) 22 May 2012. Use of patron input and student collaboration in library spac e planning, contributed poster, Medical Library Association annual conference, Seattle, WA (HF Norton, L Butson, MR Tennant, C Botero) 21 May 2012 Does using new equipment (tablets) effect the outcome of the game?, contributed poster Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA (M Edwards, B, Auten, MR Tennant, L Butson) 20 May 2012 Invited Speaker, Panel about successful consumer health programs, Association for College and Research L ibraries (ACRL) Health Sciences Interest Group program, American Library Association, New Orleans, LA, June 25, 2011 The changing face of reference: biomedical and health informat ion services in the classroom, clinic and beyond, contributed presentation, Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 16, 2011 ( MR Tennant [co presenter], C B otero [co presenter], B Auten, LC Butson, M Edwards, N Ferree, R Garcia Milian, JA Lyon, HF Norton) You have become a liaison librarian, now what? Getting in and going forward, contributed poster, Medical L ibrary Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 17 2011 ( LC Butson [presenter], B Auten, E Bushhousen, N Ferree, R Jesano, JA Lyon, R Gar cia Milian, HF Norton, MR Tennant) Preparing for the ideal library space contributed poster, Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 17, 2011 ( HF Norton, LC Butson, MR Tennant, C Botero (presenter]) Scared and squeamish: identifying fears and barriers to providing point of care information services, contributed poster, Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 2011 (JA Lyon [presenter], N Ferree, LC Butson, K Moeller, K Sum mey) Healthy Patrons, Healthy Libraries: Finding and Evaluating Quality Consumer Health Information for Diverse C ommunities. Contributed program Florida Library Association, Orlando, FL. May 4, 2011. (Panel presentation : L. Finch, Alachua County Library District, L.C. Butson and N. Ferree, University of Florida and B. Linares and E. Vardell University of Miami.) AHEC tobacco website evaluation project: report of progress. (Invited Presentation) Statewide Florida AHEC Annual Meeting, Bonita Springs FL. July 19, 2008 Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, May 20, 2008, (with N Ferree N Schaefer and M Tennant )
CVLibrary 12/11 /12 3 Developing I s, contributed poster, American. Public Health Association Annual meeting, Health Administration Section, Philadelphia PA, November 11, 2002, ( with N Schaefer) SELECTED CONTRACTS AND GRANTS: Do Informed patients and physicians achieve better health outcomes?; Department of Medicine Gatorade ; $29,000; C o Principal Investigator; 201 2 1 3 Influencing patient provider communication and patient self advocacy in a university based internal medicine clinic; National Networks/Libraries of Medicine; $5209 ;Co princi pal i nvestigator 2011 20 12 2011 David A. Kronick Traveling Fellowship Medical Library Association $ 2,000, 2011 2012 VIVO: Enabling Na tional Networking of Scientists; National Institutes of Health; $12,300,000; (Total Award to UF Libraries: $1,729,030); Investigator; 2009 11 University of Florida Area Health Education Centers Program (AHEC) ($30,000 cash contract for services) for HCSL to support the mission of the UF AHEC Program Office and the community based activities of its four AHEC centers ( (Project lead: L. Butson is PI), end date June 30, 2010 AHEC tobacco website evaluation project. University of Florida AHEC Program Office. June 2008. $5,000. University of Florida AHEC contract $33,000 2008/2009 University of Florida AHEC contract $35,000 2007/2008 Exhibit contract for I nternet caf and I nte rnet training at Florida Public Health Florida Environmental Health a nd Florida Public Health Nurses Association Joint meeting 28 30 July 2004 Orlando FL National Network Libraries of Medicine Region 2 Exhibit contract. $2,2 26 Improving information skills for Florida public health professionals National Network of Librar ies of Medicine Region 2 Subcontract with N Schaefer, C o investigator August 2001 July 2002. Extended to June 2003. $49,000. The Duke Endowment. Charlotte NC. E xtend the Mountain Area Information Network placing computers, fax machines and Grateful MED software in 3 additional hospit als in MAHEC's 15 county region Funded Fall 199 3 $39,000. The Duke Endowment. Charlotte NC. "Mountain Area Information Network". E stablish the Mountain Area Information Network P lace computers, fax machines, cdrom drives databases and Grateful MED in 15 not for profit hospitals in MAHEC's 15 county region. Awarded December 1992. $130,000. National Library of Medicine. Grateful MED Outreach Pr ogram. Contract #467 MZ 001286. October 1, 1990 March 1, 1992 I ntroduce Grateful MED online searching to health professionals in underserved areas $ 23,869. SELECTED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE : Medical Library Association (MLA; member, 1974 ) Continuing Education Committee, M ember, May 2003 Jan 2006. 2001 Annual Conference Local Arran gements Hospitality Committee, Newsletter Committee M ember, Consumer and Patient Health Information Section, Member 2010 Membership Committee, Chair 2011 Ca ncer Librarians Section, Member, 2010 ; Hospital Libraries Section, Member 1975 ; Leadership and Management Section, Member 2002 ; Public Services Section, Member 1995 ; Research Section, Member 2010 Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Asso ci ation Member 1995 Nominating Committee 2011 2012; Program Planning Committee, m ember 2010 2011 Prof essional Development C ommittee, m ember 2006 2009 Florida Health Sciences Library Association (FHSLA), m ember, 1995 Nominating Committee, Member, 2011
CV MEE NLM Mary E. Edwards MLIS EdD Assistant University Librarian Distance Learning Librarian/Liaison EDUCATION Ed.D in Curriculum & Instruction Univ. of Florida December 2011 M.A. in Lib. And Info. Science Univ. of South FL December 2003 B.A. in History Mercer University May 2001 POSITIONS From: January 2011 To: Present Title: Distance Learning and Liaison Librarian Assistant University Librarian From: December 2006 To: December 2010 Title: Distance Learning and Liaison Librarian Visiting Assistant University Librarian From: March 2004 To: November 2006 Title: Distance Learning Librarian OPS Professional SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Journals : Kumar, S. & Edwards, M E Information Literacy and Embedded Librarianship in an Online Graduate Program". Journal of Information Literacy ( Accepted for publication July 2012). Kumar S, Ochoa M, & Edwards M E Considering information literacy skills and needs: Designing library instruction for the online learner Communications in Literacy 6(1), in press (2012). Tennant MR, Edwards M E esign theory and an individualized Journal of the Medical Library Association. 100(4), 319 322. Tennant MR, Auten B, Botero CE, Butson LC, Edwards ME, Garcia Milian R, Lyon JA, & Norton HF. The changing face of reference: biomedical and health information services in the classroom, clinic and beyond. Med ical Ref erence Serv ices Quart erly. 31 ( 3), 280 301 Edwards M E & Black EW. Case Study Evaluation of an Online Embedded Librarian Implementation Journal of Library and Information Services for Distance Learning 6(3/4), 284 311. Hammoud M, White C, Morgan H, Lyon J & Edwards M. Is video review of p atient encounters an effective tool for medical student learning? A review of the literature. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 3(1), 19 30. Tennant MR, Miyamoto M, & Edwards M. Redesigning a library based genetics class research project throug h instructional theory and authentic experience. Journal of the Medical Library Association 100(2), 90 97.
CV MEE NLM Edwards, M. Kumar,S. & Ochoa, M. (2010). Assessing the Value of Online Embedded Librarians. Public Services Quarterly 6( 2/3 ), 271 291. Other Publications: Invited Book Chapter: White, C. B., Cooper, L., Edwards, M ., Lyon, J (In Press). Needs. In the Oxford Textbook of Medical Education, Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, 2013. Invited Book Chapter: Edwards, M. Assessing Embedded Librarianship Implementations. In Embedded Librarianship: What Every Academic Lib rarian Should Know. ABC CLIO, Santa Barbara, CA, 2013. (chapter in review). GRANTS Edwards, M. (Principal Investigator) Butson L, Kuntz, G., Tennant, M. R. (Co Investigators). Evaluating the use of tablets for point of care information services. Funding Agency: Smathers Libraries Mini grant Status: Funded. Total Award: $1,614. Grant Period: 1 November to 31 October. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS connecting patient and family paper, Southern Chapter Medical Library Association, Ba ltimore, MD, 14 Oct. 2012 Tennant, M.R., Edwards, M.E., Garcia Milian, R., Norton, H.F. in library A ccepted; presentation on 20 May 2012 Lyon, J.L., Schumaker, J., Dubar, E., West, J., Edwards, M.E. "Illuminating the Distinct Information Needs of Brain Cancer Patients and Their Caretakers During Routine Clinical Care", contributed presentation, Medical Library Association annual conference, Seattle, WA. A ccepted; presentation on 21 May 2012 Kumar, S., Edwards, M., & Ochoa, M. (2010, October). Library Instruction in a Graduate Educational Technology Course. Paper p resented at the AACE E Learn Conference, Orlando, FL. HONORS Accepted as a National Library of Medicine/ Woods Hole Biomedical Informatics Fellow 2012 ACRL 12th National Conference Librarian Scholarship Recipient. Minneapolis, MN, 07 10 April 2005. ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP & SERVICE National American Library Association (ALA), Member 2003 present Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) o Distance Learning Section, Member 2004 present o Communications Committee July 2005 July 2009 o Bibliography Committee, July 2009 present
CV MEE NLM Medical Library Association (MLA), Member 2006 2008 Association of Educational Communications & Techno logy (AECT), Member 2008 2009 Boards: Off Campus Library Services Conference Advisory Board April 2006 2008; April 2010 April 2012
Hannah Friggle Norton M.S.I.S. Curriculum Vitae CONTACT INFORMATION: Health Science Center Libraries University of Florida P.O. Box 100206 Gainesville, FL 32610 Phone: (352) 273 8412 ; Fax: (352) 846 2272; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org EDUCATION: M S I S The University of Texas at Austin; Austin, TX August 2009 Major: Information Studies B A Carleton College ; Northfield, MN June 2005 Major: Biology WORK EXPERIENCE: Assistant University Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (March 2011 present ) Visiting Assistant University Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL ( Dec. 2 009 Mar ch 2011 ) Graduate Research Assistant, Reference and Information Services, The University of Texas Libraries, Austin, TX ( Sept. 2008 Aug. 2009) HONORS: 201 1 Accepted as a National Library of Medicine/Woods Hole Biomedical Informatics Fellow. SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Tennant MR, Auten B, Botero CE, Butson LC, Edwards ME, Garcia Milian R, Lyon JA, Norton HF 2012. The changing face of reference: biomedical and health information services in the classroom, clinic and beyond. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 31(3): 280 301 Garcia Milian R, Norton HF, Tennant MR. 2012. The presence of academic health science libraries on Facebook: the relationship between content and library popularity. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 31(2 ): 171 187. Garcia Mi lian R, Norton HF, Auten B, Buhler A, Davis V, Ferree N, Holmes KL, Johnson M, Russell Gonzalez S, Schaefer N, Tennant MR, Conlon M, VIVO Collaboration. 2011. Role of Librarians in the Development of Computer Mediated Social Networks: Challenges and Lesson s Learned From VIVO Implementation and Outreach Proceedings of the Contributed Papers Session, Biomedical and Life Sciences Division, Special Libraries Association, 102 nd Annual Conference Deumens E, Taylor LNF, Schipper RA, Botero C, Garcia Milian R, Norton HF, Tennant MR, Acord SK, B arnes CP. 2011. Research Data Lifecycle M anagement: Tools and guidelines position paper, Workshop on Research Data Lifecycle Management. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS: MR Tennant, ME Edwards, R Garcia Mil Library based Bioinformatics Support Services: Perspectives of Service Providers and Library MD, Octo ber 14, 2012. HF Norton, R Garcia Milian, MR Tennant, C Botero. Medical Library Association Annual Conference, May 20, 2012.
MR Tennant, JA Lyon, R Garcia Milian, HF Norton, CE Botero. contributed presentation, Medical Library Association Annual Conference, May 20, 2012. R Garcia Milian, HF Norton [pre senter] B Auten, VI Davis, KL Holmes, M Johnson, MR Tennant. disciplinary, multi institutional team contributed presentation Medical Library Association Annual Conference, May 21, 2012. Electronic capture and analysis of librarian mediated contributed presentation, 6 th Evidence Based Library and Information Practice conference, Sheffield, U.K., June 28, 2011. HF Norton, B Auten, E Bushhousen, M Edwards, N Stoyan Rosenzweig, MR Tennant [Rae Jesano, presenter]. contributed poster, Medical Library Association Annual Conference, May 22, 2012. HF Norton, MR Tennant, KL Holmes, S Henning, K Borner, JRS Coffey, A Turner, N Ferree, M Conlon, The role of a national conference in engendering su pport and adoption: VIVO 2010 Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 17, 2011. L Butson, HF Norton [co presenter], MR Tennant, C Botero Library Association, Augusta, GA, October 7, 2011. HF Norton, MR Tennant, L Butson, M Edwards, N Schaefer, N Ferree R Jesano, B Auten, S Henning, based Tool for Renewing and Enhancing of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeti ng, St. Petersburg, FL, November 15, 2010. SELECTED GRANTS: Stoyan Rosenzweig, PI. Co PIs: B Auten, M Daley, R Jesano, HF Norton, MR Tennant. Funded fo r Augus t October 2012. $3,250. National Network of Libraries of Medicine. MR Tennant, PI. Co PIs: J Lyon, HF Norton, R Milian, C Botero, N Schaefer, G Kuntz. Fund ed for November 2011 August 2012. $20,000. of Medicine Training Award. HF Norton, PI. Funded for April 2011. $1000. Mediated Literatur e Searches in the Health Mini Grant award. JA Lyon, PI. Investigators: HF Norton, N Ferree MR Tennant. Funded for December 2010 November 2011. $1688. SELECTED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE : Medical Library Association, member, 2010 present Membership Committee member 2011 present Colleague Connection coordinator, 2011 2012 Veterinary Medical Libraries Section, Treasurer 2012 201 4 Journal of eScience Librarianship editorial board member, 2012 present. Program Planning Co mmittee, Second Annual VIVO Conference, 2011.
1 12/15/12 CV of Nancy Schaefer, MLIS, AHIP Nancy M. Schaefer 3951 NW 27 th Lane Gainesville, FL 32606 6683 352.373.4593 home 352.213.9681 cell Education M aster of L ibrary and I nformation S cience University of Washington 1999 M aster of A rts in Teaching English as a Second Language, University of Illinois 1984 B achelor of S cience, Elementary Education, Indiana University 1977 Library Experience University of Florida Health Science Center Libraries, Gainesville, FL Associate University Librarian 7/ 09 present Assistant University Li brarian 10/ 99 6/ 09 -Reference instruction, collection management searching, communication for the following : College of Medicine : Community Health/Family Medicine ; Emergency Medicine through July 2010 ; Endocrinology through February 2010 ; Health Outcomes and Policy ; Ob/Gyn 1999 2003 and from 2011; Pediatrics through 2003 ; Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine through February 2010 College of Public Health and Health Professions : Bachelor of Health Science Program through December 2009 ; Biostatistics ; Environmental and Global Health ; Epidemiology ; Health Services Research, Management & Policy as of February 2010; Social and B ehavioral Sciences. Professional Teaching Experience English as a Second Language Instructor at the following institutions: Shoreline Community College, Shoreline, WA 9/90 8/93 Intensive English Language Institute Tacoma, WA 7/85 8/89 Instituto de Ingls University of Southern California Madrid, Spain 9/84 6/85 Intensive English Institute University o f Illinois Urbana, IL 8/82 8/84 Nagoya International College of Foreign Languages Nagoya, Japan 3/79 10/80 Honors Sunshine State Library Leadership Institute, 2008 2009 Competitive program involving lectures, discussion of r eadings and projects to develop project management, program planning, marketing, and leadership skills in Florida librarians. Sponsored by the State Library and Archives of Florida. Academy of Health Information Professionals. Senior status. 2008 2013 Refereed Publications Book Chapter (Invited) Schaefer, N. 2008. Health Literacy: Literature Review. 2008. In The M edical L ibrary A ssociation Guide to Health Literacy M. Kars, L. M. Baker and F. L. Wilson, eds. New York: Neal Schuman Publishers, Inc. Journal Articl e Ferree, N., N. Schaefer, L.C. Butson, M.R. Tennant. 2009. Liaison Librarian Tiers: Levels of Service. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 27 (2):145 148. Non Refereed Invited Publicat ion Section in Published Proceedings Schaefer, N. Being Research -Successful Aging: Women's Health and Well Being in t he Second 50 Years, 2001 by University of Florida Health Science Center, 216 220. Gainesville, FL: Custom Copies, Inc. Creative Works LibGuides Audiology http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/Audiology Obstetrics & Gynecology http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/obgyn Otolaryngology http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/otolaryngology Health Outcomes & Policy http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/hop Health Services, Research and Management http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/HSR Public Health http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/public_health
2 12/15/12 CV of Nancy Schaefer, MLIS, AHIP Speech Language Pathologyy http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/speech language Writing Publishing http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/write_publish Papers, Speeches, Presentations Non Invited Presentations National Role of librarians in the development of computer mediated social networks: Challenges and le ssons learned from VIVO implementation and outreach. Special Libraries Association 2011 Biomedical and Life Sciences Division Contributed Papers Session, Philadelphia, PA June 2011 (Garcia Milian R [co lead and presenter], Norton H [co lead], Auten B, Buhler AG, Davis VI, Ferree N, Holmes K, Johnson BC, Gonzalez SR, Schaefer N, Tennant MR) Regional Library Association Annual Meeting, St. Pete Beach, FL 14 November 2010 D esigning librarian roles in health l iteracy. Contributed paper Southern Chapter / Medical Library Association annual meeting. 2007. Allied Health B.I.tes. Contributed paper Southern Chapter/Medical Library Association annual m eeting 2005 W (Bibliographic instruction in the myriad sources of allied health literature.) http://www.library.health.ufl.edu/nita/SCMLA/B.I.tes.ppt Non Invited Posters National Partnering for accreditation: Librarians helping meet the information needs of the Public Health Accreditation Board standards. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC 29 October 2 November 2011 ( Nicholson J, Schaefer N [co presenters]) State Lost in the Jungle: Health Illiteracy. Florida Health Sc iences Library Association annual meeting 2007 http://www.library.health.ufl/presentations/FHSLA 07/index.html Grant s F unded External Principal Investigator. Medical Guild Video Collection multidisciplinary and current interest in the healthcare community, 2007. Co Principal Investigator with L.C. Butson, Information Access for Public Health Professionals A $50K subcontract with the National Network of Libraries of Medicine. Trained employees in 14 county health departments and the Florida Department of Health in Internet use, resource, search t ips 2001 2 003 Funded In ternal Principal Investigator. 2012 Snapshot of Public Health Libraries. $17K University of Florida Faculty Enhancement Opportunity grant for travel to 7 libraries serving public health workers, faculty, students at college, state, regional and national levels. Not funded 09 MD 101 Creating Transformational Approaches to Address Rural Health Disparities Nat ional Institutes of Health R01 grant proposal t o study health information seeking behavior of rural breast cancer survivors Co Principal Investigator w ith Kim Chalmers (Professor, Journalism) and Mary Ann Burg Health (Associate Professor, Community Health and Family Medicine) 2008 on Needs Lance Armstrong /LiveStrong R01 grant to demonstrate reliable online resources and train women to evaluate qu ality of information resources. Co Investigator with Kim Walsh Childers (Professor, Journalism) and Ellen Lopez (Principal Investigator, Sciences), 2007. Service to professional associations, other presentation/ publication and classes information available on request
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The Foundation for The GatorNation An Equal Opportunity Institution _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ College of Medicine PO Box 100229 Office of the Dean, Graduate Education Gainesville, FL 32610 0215 Interdisciplinary Program (IDP) in Biomedical Sciences 352 273 8600 352 846 3466 Fax http://idp.med.ufl.edu December 11, 2012 Michele Tennant, Ph.D. Health Science Center Libraries UF Genetics Institute Box 100206 University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32610 Dear Michele: Thank you for inviting the College of M edicine Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences to partner in the library s efforts to bring information resources in sex and gender differences research to our graduate students. The IDP in Biomedical Sciences confers the doctoral degree in Medical Sciences, with students receiving specialized training in six advanced interdepartmental graduate concentrations: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Genetic s; Immunology & Microbiology; Molecular Cell Biology; Neuroscience; and Physiology & Pharmacology. As these students are training to be research scientists in the basic biomedical sciences, this population is an excellent match for such instruction. As you have been the liaison librarian to IDP since the program began in 1996, y ou have an understanding of the information needs of these students. There is a variety of potential venues in which we could integrate this information into the IDP curriculum in the fall semester of 2013, for example, during your yearly orientations to incoming students, through an elective journal club, a new elective course, or as a module in our ethics in re search course. I support this partnership between the Health Science Center Library and the IDP in Biomedical Science graduate program. We can meet early in t he new year to finalize our plans. Sincerely, Paul A. Gulig, Ph.D. Professor and Associate Dean
The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institution College o f Medicine PO Box 100296 Department of Pediatrics Gainesville, FL 32610 0296 Division of Neonatology 352 334 1360 Family Data Center http://familydata.health.ufl.edu December 10, 2012 Michele R. Tennant, PhD, MLIS University Librarian Health Science Center Libraries Bioinformatics Librarian UF Genetics Institute University of Florida PO Bo x 100206 Gainesville, FL 32610 0206 Dear Michele, Thank you for sharing the RFP on sex/gender difference research from the National Library of support you r decision to focus on the goals of increasing sex differences research in the basic sciences and building a well n educator of medical and health professionals, I am responsible for pr eparing future clinicians and numerous opportunities for instruction and outreach to our undergraduate medical and pre health students in the formative years of their college experience. I am intrigued by the opportunities this project provides and will gladly partner with you to integrate instruction into the undergraduate health disparities curricul um T he Health Resources Portal will b e a source of invaluable resources that introduc e undergraduate students to gender disparities and promote understanding of the need for more research on gender/sex related health topics These s tudents will be better prepared to consider the issues of wom and integrate them into patient care using research from evidence based medicine I look forward to partnering with you on this timely and important project P lease let me know if you need further information or assistance. Sincerely, Laura K. Guyer PhD, RD Courtesy Associate Professor College of Medicine and Center for
The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institutio n Senior Associate Dean 1600 SW Archer Road Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development PO Box 100215 College of Medicine Gainesville, F L 3 2610 352 294 53 43 352 392 9855 Fax December 17, 2012 Michele R. Tennant, PhD, MLIS University of Florida Health Science Center Libraries PO Box 100206 Gainesville, FL 32610 0206 Dear Michele : I am pleased to offer my full and enthusiastic support for your proposal to improve access to and use of sex and gender differences information for the students and faculty of the University o f Florida Health Science Center as an initiative of the National and improve the level of awareness regarding sex and gender difference basic science, sex specific investigations, and gender disparities in basic, clinical and translational research and application. The wonderful resources of the Health Science Center Libraries and your accomplished colleagues are ideally positioned to partner with many of our exist ing programs to achieve your objectives. I have the privilege of serving as the Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development for the College of Medicine and have sponsored a monthly Professional Development seminar for faculty. W e cover all aspects of academic culture and productivity and will work with you to include a seminar focused on the key aspects of creating research designs and conducting analyses that will inform the scientific and medical communities about se x /gender di fferences across the spectrum of medical research. I also direct the Training and Professional Development Program for our Clinical and Translational Science Institute funded through the Clinical and Translational Science Award. We will now include a spe cial focus on teaching our clinical research trainees and our medical trainees (residents and fellows) how to critically review journal articles for appropriate study design and analyses that will permit conclusions that apply to female subjects In addit ion we will select case studies that illustrate the importance of appropriately identifying sex/gender differences within research studies for our core course on Ethical and Policy Issues in Clinical Research (GMS 6931), taught every spring. Finally we will on the websites of our Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development and Office of Research Together wi th the changes outlined by Dr. Shorr in Clinical and Translational Science will have much improved emphases on these important topics.
Thank you for bringing this opportunity to my attention. My personal research interests revolve around those involved in Clinical and Translational Research of the concepts of sex/gender differences and health disparities is an appropriate collaborative endeavor for our programs. I look forward working with you and to accomplishing the important goals ou tlined in this proposal. Sincerely, M arian C Limacher MD FACC, FAHA FACP Senior Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development Director, UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Training and Professional Development Program AHA Suncoast Endowed Professor of Cardiovascular Research
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Office of the Senior Vice President for Health Affairs PO Box 100014 Equity and Diversity Gainesville, FL 32610-0014 352-273 -5310 352-273-9108 Fax The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institution December 10, 2012 Michele R. Tennant, PhD, MLIS University Librarian Health Science Center Libraries Bioinformatics Librarian UF Genetics Institute University of Florida PO Box 100206 Gainesville, FL 32610 0206 Dear Michele, Thank you for sharing the RFP on sex/gender difference research from the National Library of Medicine/NIH Office of Research on Womens Health. I am interested in your plan for the project and support your decision to focus on the goals of increasing sex differences research in the basic sciences and building a well trained, diverse, and vigorous Womens Health Research Workforce. As a medical educator and course director, I am uniquely involved in teaching communication, medical interviewing, physical examination, and clinical decision making to future physicians. I envision a plan for instruction and outreach to medical students, specifically to the pre clinical students in the Essentials of Patient Care (EPC) Course which I direct. I am intrigued by the opportunities this project provides and will gladly partner with you to integrate your instruction into the EPC curriculum as the students develop advanced communication skills in delivering bad news to standardized patients. We will discuss gender differences in delivering and hearing bad news as well as gender differences in the presentation and diagnosis of Alzheimers. By introducing medical students to the need for more research on gender/sex related health topics and the resources available via the Womens Health Resources Portal they will be able to consider these issues as they enter into patient care and utilize this research for providing evidence based medicine. I look forward to partnering with you on this project. Please let me know if you need further information or assistance. Most sincerely, Rebecca Rainer Pauly, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine Associate Vice President, Health Affairs, Equity & Diversity Associate Chair, Department of Medicine for Medical Student Education Course Director, Essentials of Patient Care
D EPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center (182) 1601 SW Archer Road Gainesville, Fl 32608 December 1 5 2012 Michele R. Tennant, PhD, MLIS University of Florida Health Science Center Libraries PO Box 100206 Gainesville, FL 32610 0206 Dear Michele, I am delighted to support the University of Florida h ealth Science Center Libraries proposal for funding for the promotion of the Womens Health Information Portal. As you know, I am the Course Director for I ntrod uction to Clinical Research (ITC R) a two week summer intensive that enrolls approximately 50 students representing multiple disciplines who are beginning translational research careers. The li brary group participates annually as lecturers and coleaders of small group sessions. ITC R is an ideal venue to promote and role model the use of the Portal First, I would propose that the Portal is introduced in this year s library lecture : Has it already been done ? U sing library resou rces so you don t reinvent the wheel Second gender differences can be the overarching theme for our small group sessions. This will reinforce the use of the Portal as the students assemble their mock grant proposals. In future years we can modify the exposure to the Portal in ITCR as you see fit. I look forward to partnering with you on this project and please let me know if you need further information or assistance. Sincerely, Ronald I. Shorr, M. D M S Director Professor, Department of Epidemiology University of Florida Program Director Advanced Postgraduate Program in Clinical Investigation (APPCI ) UF CTSI Training and Professional Development Program