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Orientation to Library Services For New Nurses Preston Medical Library 1924 Alcoa Hwy, U-111 Knoxville, TN 37920 865-305-9525 http://gsm.utmck.edu/library/
Purpose: This presentation is designed to supplement the Library Orientation, but not replace it. If you have questions, please contact us at: –Email: Library@utmck.edu Library@utmck.edu –Phone: 865-305-9525
Finding Us: If you walk in from staff parking, when you pass UT Graduate School of Medicine, we will be the next entrance before the hospital entrance, across the hall from Occupational Health. More details are available online. online
Library Hours We are open: –Monday-Thursday, 8:30 am – 9:00 pm –Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00pm –Saturday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm –Sunday, 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm More details at: http://gsm.utmck.edu/library/about/hours.cfm http://gsm.utmck.edu/library/about/hours.cfm
Library Services Free, professional-level literature searches Document Delivery service Electronic Books and Journals Electronic Databases Collections Consumer & Patient Information
Evidence Based Practice Evidence Based Practice, or EBP, is defined as: nursing practice that bases clinical decisions on research, clinical expertise, patient choices, and critical evaluation of the literature. One of our goals at Preston Medical Library is to provide access to EBP information resources to help integrate it into nursing practice. As the hospital proceeds toward Magnet status, it becomes more important to integrate EBP into patient care.
Certification Manuals The library now houses and circulates certification manuals for Nursing. These include: –ACLS –BLS –CCRN (both Adult & Pediatric/Neonatal –CVN –Medical-Surgical Nursing –Obstetrics
Finding Us Online: Nothing could be easier! From Insite: –From Staff Education tab, go to Preston Medical Library. From the Web: –Search for Preston Medical Library in Google.
After Hours Access – Another Benefit… Clinical staff may access the library after regular business hours through a swipe card system at the library main entrance. Just bring your badge by our front desk during regular hours, and we will add you to our database.
Off Campus Access Most of our resources can be accessed from the comfort of your own home. Go to our home page, look for the Preston Off Campus Access link (the third link up from the bottom on the Quick Links menu found on the right side of our home page).
Completing the registration You’ll need to pick a username and password. Most nurses will need to select UHS as their affiliation.
More about off campus access.. After registration, we add you to our database – we’ll email you when you have access. When you log in, you’ll see a screen similar to that on the right.
Our Electronic Resources Catalog: We share a catalog With UTK.
The Catalog Use this drop down menu to limit your search to specific material types Note the number of nursing- related items Each entry shows the location of the item Use this drop down menus to limit your search to Preston Medical Library
Electronic Journals (E Journals) Follow the eJournals link to begin searching You can also search the journals directly from our home page
Searching E Journals in Gold Rush eJournals: 226 journals with nursing in the title
E Journal Search Results Select a journal for links and coverage dates
A Journal Listing in Gold Rush Coverage dates Full text link *See our Electronic Journals Tutorial on our Tutorials page
Electronic Books Electronic Books You can also search The e Books directly from our home page Electronic Books link – go to our eBooks list from any page
The Nursing Page is easy to find… The Nursing Page is linked to directly from the front page:
More about our Nursing Page At the top, we have a small table of links to help you quickly find what you are looking for, including: –EBP Materials –Certification links –Tutorials –Nursing specific books –Databases –Other materials
Patient Education Resources The library also provides Patient Education materials. Preston Medical Library has offered a Patient Education service for over 20 years. Through referrals or telephone inquiries, people throughout the region and beyond have received answers about health questions. If a patient needs information, send them to us – we can put together a full research packet on their inquiry and send it in the mail. All we need is the diagnosis from the patient.
A Review of Patient Ed Resources First, we’ll review the resources available from UTMC – –The Patient Handout Utility Then, we will review some other resources you might not be aware of.
Patient Handouts available from Insite From Insite, look for Programs Link From Insite, look for Patient Education tab You will see the ADAM Quick Sheets, Patient Handout Utility at the top of the list
Browse or Search for Patient Handouts Click Edit Contact Info to add or update contact information that will appear on the handout.
Detailed Contact Information can be added to Patient Handouts
The ADAM database forms the core of the Patient Handout Utility
Patient Handouts: an example Many are illustrated
Our CAPHIS (Consumer and Patient Health Information Service): Our consumer health service web page: –http://gsm.utmck.edu/library/consumer/caphis.cfm http://gsm.utmck.edu/library/consumer/caphis.cfm On our CAPHIS page, you will find: –Search request form –Consumer health resource links –Data on major health issues affecting Tennesseans
Other Sources for Patient Handouts MDConsult, a subscription database, contains a large Patient Education Library
Finding Patient Education Materials in MDConsult Patient Education Link is on Menu bar Instead of one, MDConsult features handouts from four providers
More on MDConsult: MDConsult contains information from 4 databases, including: –American Academy of Family Physicians –DynoMed.com –McKesson’s Clinical Reference System –ADAM, Inc. Over 10,000 handouts available. Studies show that patient education materials should be written at no higher than 6 th -8 th grade level, which is the standard for the materials in MDConsult. Spanish versions available for at least 30% of topics. Handouts are already branded with UTMC / Preston Medical Library contact information.
Patient Handouts in MDConsult Note Spanish Versions
Diabetes Handout: Spanish version Note contact info included
Other Sources: The U.S. National Library of Medicine has a great site for consumer health information: MedlinePlus. MedlinePlus Preston Medical Library links to this on our front page, look for MedlinePlus in our Quick Links, on the right side of the page.
MedlinePlus: MedlinePlus is a great source for drug information for patients
MedlinePlus & Multiple Languages: Patient health info is available in many languages
MedlinePlus includes information in multiple languages:
CINAHL CINAHL, the Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health literature, is the major database for nursing research. It can be used to find Evidence Based information to improve treatment. Librarians teach CINAHL in: –Library Orientation –“Road Show” classes for Unit Councils and others. –Evidence Based Practice and other courses.
The CINAHL Record If you don’t find a direct link to a PDF in the article you want, look for the Preston Medical Library Links Then, follow that link to find full text
CINAHL & PubMed Tutorials Online tutorials are available online for self-paced learners and others unable to attend a class. Look at our Tutorials page to find tutorials on: Tutorials –CINAHL –PubMed –Searching E Journals –EBP
Databases & Other Tools Follow the eDatabases link for a full listing of electronic databases Anatomy.tv, an online anatomy database, is just one tool available to you.
Other Links For your convenience, the library includes links to web email, Citrix, etc.