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Research integrity seminar 2020 – presentations

The HSLG committee would like to thank all who attended and presented at HSLG 2020. It was a great opportunity to share ideas and network with library colleagues. Here are some of the presentations.

Dr Maura Hiney and Dr Patricia Clarke, Health Research Board National Forum on Research Integrity and the National Open Research Forum

Michelle Dalton — Appearances can be deceiving – how to avoid “predatory” publishers

Patricia Patton — Using Mentimeter, an audience response system, to enhance feedback and engagement in information skills training

Emma Quinn — Imposter Syndrome

Prof Declan Devane, Evidence Synthesis Ireland Evidence for informed health choices

Prof Declan Devane, Evidence Synthesis Ireland the role of Evidence Synthesis Ireland

 

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View presentations from HSLG 2019

The HSLG committee would like to thank all who attended and presented at HSLG 2019. It was a great opportunity to share ideas and network with library colleagues.  Here are some of the presentations.

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Lightning presentations

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View the presentations from HSLG2016

After a fantastic conference in May, we thought we’d give you an extra chance for reflection by adding the presentations to the website. Check out your favourite presentations below.

Day 1, 12 May 2016

Keynote speech: Something Old, Something New: Health Librarian Capabilities for the Knowledge Economy and the Digital Age by Ann Wales

Building value into a core skill.” by Anne Madden, St. Vincent’s University Hospital,

Advancing our skillset: building the Rudai 23 e-learning course for information professionals” by Caroline Rowan, St Michael’s Hospital and Stephanie Ronan, Marine Institute

Making Our Skills Visible Through Research by Aoife Lawton, Health Service Executive

Advancing skills: from ‘lovely librarians’ to knowledge ninjas by Mary Dunne & Mairea Nelson, Health Research Board,

Learning from e-learning in other organisations by Joanne Callinan, Milford Care Centre,

Putting it into Practice: applying the skill set by Kate Kelly, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Why and What to Measure? Understanding & Using Altmetrics to evaluate impact. by Jane Burns, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland & School of Information & Communication Studies, University College Dublin

Posters

The Skillset of a Health Science Library Assistant by Jesse Walters, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Sharing our expertise: Lets HEAR about it! by Caroline Rowan, St. Michael’s Hospital, Dun Laoghaire

Development of Rotunda: Birth of a Nation 1916 Centenary Exhibition at the Rotunda by Anne M. O’Byrne, Rotunda Hospital

Day 2, 13 May 2016

Bibliometrics: Maximising & Assessing Research Impact by Fintan Bracken, University of Limerick