Presented by Patricia Grainger. Patricia Grainger is a graduate of Memorial University School of Nursing and obtained a Masters of Nursing from MUN in 1997. She is a Nurse Educator at the Centre for Nursing Studies teaching in the BN program. Patricia is also the coordinator of the CNS Research Office and Vice Chair of the Health Research Ethics Board. Her research interests include cardiovascular nursing, genetic diseases and nursing student recruitment and retention.
Presented by Lindsay Glynn. Lindsay Alcock Glynn works at the MUN Health Sciences Library in Public Services where she is responsible for the coordination of the liaison program and training/mentoring new librarians. She is co-creator of the journal Evidence Based Library and Information Practice and her Glynn Critical Appraisal Tool is widely used by numerous disciplines in their research and decision making. Her research interests and activities centre around the academic and clinical effectiveness of library services including instruction, literature searching and outreach. As owner of Glynn Research & Consulting, Lindsay keeps busy with information consulting activities in the fields of health and advertising. Lindsay lives in beautiful Conception Bay South, where she overlooks the ocean with her two kids and her dog.
Presented by Nancy Young. Nancy Young was born and raised in southern Manitoba and currently goes to the University of Western Ontario in the Master of Library and Information Science program. She is currently participating in a Co-operative Education Program placement at the Memorial University of Newfoundland Health Sciences Library. Her previous education and experience is in the Life and Biomedical Sciences.
Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Course Integrated Library Instruction in an Undergraduate Nursing Program (PDF)
Presented by Alison Farrell, Public Services Librarian, Health Sciences Library, Memorial University, and Karen Hutchens, Librarian, Centre for Nursing Studies.