CLINICAL RESEARCH LIBRARIAN PNC10058R – Full-time – Monday – Friday Provide effective and efficient reference and clinical research services for medical students, researchers, undergraduate and graduate healthcare students, faculty and administration, including both extensive use of clinical databases and education on research/searching for other interested users. Professional position; member of reference department;
Reporting on the Symposium can only mean one thing…the MAC Annual meeting is over! It’s always so nice to see friendly, familiar faces, meet new ones, and learn new something at the same time. So while I’m a little sad it’s over, I’m also relieved as that means my weekly Symposium planning
The MLA Chapter Council Presents Sharing Roundtables Committee needs your help to ensure that the topics for next year are again pertinent and interesting. Please take a few minutes to complete an online survey (www.surveymonkey.com/s/Roundtables2011) regarding possible topics for the Roundtables event at MLA ’11 in Minneapolis, MN. Your feedback is important.
I just attended the Research panel discussion “Setting your Sights on Research: Its Easier than you Think”. Three panelists: Barbara Wildemuth, Lois Culler and Sheila Snow-Croft reflected on their own research processes and answered questions. Quite a lot of audience discussion was generated by this topic and the personal reflections of the
Dr. Lisa Sanders, Clinical Professor at Yale University and author of the book “Every Patient Tells a Story: Medical Mysteries and the Art of Diagnosis“, was the speaker at this morning’s keynote address. Dr. Sanders tells a good story…her talk was engaging and relevant to our world as medical librarians. Dr’ . Saunder’s
Last night’s event included great food, a beautiful setting, good people, and very danceable music! Thanks local arrangement committee for doing a remarkable job with the reception set-up. The “Smoking Carolinas” entertained us with a variety of diverse songs. Special thanks to the band members … Rick Peterson, Scott Garrison, Jeff Coghill, Roger Russell,
I attended the CE session “Librarian as a Professional, or How I loved to stop worrying and love complexity” at the Friday Center this afternoon and it was fabulous! I am now at the Carolina Inn posting from one of the computers down the hall from the Hill Ballroom. Another tip on parking
As a test post, I am sharing the Chapel Hill weather report from a local news channel (www.wral.com/weather) for the next few days. Safe travels to all! From Susan Keesee, one of the MAC communications committee bloggers. Wednesday, 10/13 Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Not as warm with
Registration on Wednesday, October 13th, will be held at the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, 100 Marriott Way Chapel Hill, NC. Registration will be held on October 14th and 15th in the William and Ida Friday Center, 100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill. On-site registration must be paid in cash or by check.
If you have browsed the website for the 2010 MAC/MLA Annual Meeting you may have noticed a ‘Panel Discussion’ on the schedule. The discussion will focus on how to incorporate research into our work. Common questions and problems encountered during the research process will be discussed. Audience participation will be encouraged throughout