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Session Overview
Session
1.3: Workshop Professionals Connected
Time:
Wednesday, 01/June/2022:
10:45am - 12:00pm

Location: Schadee


Session Abstract

This session will be an active discussion session where all participants will be able to share and learn from one another. The faciliatator will guide participants through various interactive exercises to explore topics such as:

  • What was difficult during and after COVID-19 and did you find any unexpected solutions?
  • What actually turned out as a positive outcome that you might not have explored if it wasn’t for the pandemic?
  • If you faced another crisis in the next 5 years, what did you learn from COVID-19 that you would like to make sure you remember next time around?
  • Were there new things you tried during the pandemic that worked so well that you will keep doing them in the future? What needs to be done to make it happen?

Themes discussed will be captured so that participants will have a synthesis of themes arising from the discussion.


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ID: 233 / 1.3: 1
Interactive Workshop
Topics: Professionals Connected

Libraries After COVID-19: A Learning Conversation

Nicole Capdarest-Arest

University of California, Davis, United States of America

Biography and Bibliography
Nicole, as Head of the Blaisdell Medical Library at UC Davis, spearheads biomedical library initiatives and partners on research, education and clinical care with faculty, staff and students in the UC Davis School of Medicine, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, Clinical and Translational Science Center, UC Davis Health, and the affiliated research centers and institutes. Her special areas of focus include leadership, design thinking, program development, instructional design, and optimizing quality information retrieval processes.

Selected publications:

In press: JMLA commentary on resilience engineering

Capdarest-Arest, N., & Gray, J. M. (2020). Health sciences library leadership skills in an interprofessional landscape: a review and textual analysis. Journal of the Medical Library Association: JMLA, 108(4), 547.


 
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