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1 Supporting Research Commissioning Carrie Sherlock College of Optometrists Anne Welsh & Jenny Wood Eyes & Vision Specialist Library

2 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Informal research Checking references in research proposals  For accuracy  For relevance  For comprehensiveness Running literature searches “Fishing expeditions”

3 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Research hubs Establishing a role for the library  From the ground up  Relating to internal and external colleagues  Managing reputation Managing time  Commitment not over commitment Rapport with researchers

4 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, College Small Grants Scheme optometrists.org/index.aspx/pcms/site.education.Researchers.Applied_rese arch.Small_grants.Small_grants_home/ optometrists.org/index.aspx/pcms/site.education.Researchers.Applied_rese arch.Small_grants.Small_grants_home/

5 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Application process Applicant approaches College Advised to consult librarian Submits application Proposal accepted Proposal rejected Consults

6 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Getting involved in the process 1. Awareness of project 2. What else can I do, how else can I get involved? 3. Mini needs assessment of the user group 4. Identify principal investigators 5. Iterative and reiterative process 6. Constant review

7 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Formalising the process Review of the iPRO programme (2 year) Mandatory to consult librarian over literature searching? Training sessions  Currently run by a practising optometrist  Understanding evidence based literature, statistics etc  Move to co-presenting  Expanding topics

8 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Gaps in the knowledge Database of Uncertainties about the Effects of Treatments Systematic review project - identifying & assessing systematic reviews since gename=SR

9 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Research synergy Higher Education NHS 3 rd Sector

10 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Assumptions Don’t assume researchers know their needs Don’t assume they know you exist Don’t assume they know what a librarian does Don’t assume that you or they know the gaps in the knowledge Don’t assume that you know the results of a research project in advance Don’t assume that your skills are not relevant

11 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Take homes Make sure that you have the resources to cope with the project Don’t let your enthusiasm carry you away Remember that your reputation is at stake Networking and communications skills – building rapport Proactive not reactive Attitudinal shift

12 Photo: ‘Keeping an Eye on Time’ by badboy69, Contact details  Carrie Sherlock ~  Anne Welsh / Jenny Wood ~


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