Support Your NCNMLG Colleagues at MLA 2024

These NCNMLG members will be presenting at MLA 2024 in Portland, OR from May 18-21. Whether you are attending virtually or in person, please try to support our members and attend their presentations.

Sunday, May 19

The 100 Top-Cited Articles in Osteopathic Medical Education: a Bibliometric Analysis
Lori Fitterling, Kansas City University, Sloane Kelley, Arkansas State,  Kyle Robinson, California Health Sciences University, Mary Ying-Fang Wang, Laura Lipke, Binghamton University,  Adrienne Brodie, A.T. Still University

Marketing with AI: Creating a Marketing Team Prompt Library
Amanda Woodward, Web Services Librarian, Lane Medical Library, Stanford Medicine; Sonam Soni, Resource Management Librarian, Stanford Medicine; Katie Stinson, Reference Librarian for Outreach and Engagement, Bellack Library, MGH Institute of Health Professions; Nicole Chiodo Soares, Privileges Specialist, Lane Medical Library, Stanford Medicine

Doing It Together: Integrating a Clinical Education Librarian into a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Team
Michelle Lieggi, Dignity Health, Lindsey Gillespie, Dignity Health

Strength in Numbers: Using Data on Library Literature Searches to Measure Impact on Evidence-Based Patient Care and Hospital Policy/Procedure Changes 
Michelle Lieggi, Dignity Health, Lindsey Gillespie, Dignity Health

Lightning Talk
Artificial Intelligence: Your Library Event Planning Assistant
Boglarka Huddleston, Lane Medical Library, Stanford Medicine, Colleen Cuddy, Lane Medical Library, Stanford Medicine, and Samantha Wilairat, Lane Medical Library, Stanford Medicine

Lightning Talk
Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) Assessment in US Allopathic and Osteopathic Undergraduate Medical Education: Initial Results from a Scoping Review

Katie Hoskins, Touro University Nevada

Monday, May 20

Strengthening Our Understanding of Librarian Roles in Supporting Medical Image Consent Standards
Sarah McClung, University of California, San Francisco, Rachel K. Stark, California State University, Sacramento,  Megan DeArmond,  Touro University Nevada

Poster Presentation
Reaching Pediatricians at the Point-of-Care via ClinicalQ, an EHR-Embedded Clinical Question Support Service
Christopher Stave, Lane Medical Library, Stanford Medicine

Tuesday, May 21

Textbook and Board Exam Prep Resources: Trends in Academic Health Sciences Libraries Serving Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine
Lori Fitterling, Kansas City University , Molly Montgomery, Indiana University School of Medicine, Hal Bright, A.T. Still University of Health Sciences Joanne Muellenbach, California Health Sciences University and Kyle Robinson, California Health Sciences University

Creating Research Culture in a Physician Assistant Program
Megan DeArmond, Touro University Nevada,  Katie Hoskins, Touro University Nevada, Julie Horwath, Touro University Nevada, Sherli Koshy-Chenthittayil, Touro University Nevada , Oksana Matvienko, Touro University Nevada

Project management level up: How the right tools and training can improve collaboration in your library
Tiffany Garrett, Roseman University of Health Sciences

Poster Presentation
The Ongoing Struggle to Get It Right: Teaching Information Fluency to the First-Year Medical Students with a Case-Based Approach
Connie Wong, Lane Medical Library, Stanford Medicine

— Submitted by Sara Pimental