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Session Overview
Session
O 2.3: Online Discussion Workshops
Time:
Friday, 10/June/2022:
11:00am - 12:00pm

Session Chair: Hans Ket

The workshops will not be presented live during this session. Each workshop presenter wil have 3 minutes to present the outcomes of their workshop. After that, the floor is open to discuss the topics, and ask questions.


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Presentations
ID: 1116 / O 2.3: 1
Interactive Workshop
Topics: Professionals Connected

Exchange of experiences: How can medical research libraries support open science practices of their researchers?

Jasmin Schmitz

ZB MED - Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Biography and Bibliography
Jasmin Schmitz received a PhD in information science. She worked as a freelance trainer for a commercial provider for scientific information and as scientific project coordinator in the field of bibliometrics. At ZB MED she is responsible for the Open Access Advisory Services.
For publication, talks etc.: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1427-1808

Schmitz-Exchange of experiences-1116_a.pptx
 


ID: 1115 / O 2.3: 2
Interactive Workshop
Topics: Information retrieval and evidence syntheses

Explore tools and automation for supporting systematic review and guideline processes

Muguet Koobasi, Ann De Meulemeester, Renaat Peleman, Nele Pauwels

Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent, Ghent University, Ghent University Hospital, Ghent, Belgium

Biography and Bibliography
Muguet Koobasi is an information specialist at the Knowledge Centre for Health Ghent (University of Ghent and University Hospital Ghent) where she provides courses, aims to improve information literacy for health sciences and supports and advises stakeholders on searching, processing and publishing literature. She also works independently with organisations involved in writing systematic reviews or guidelines. She has a background in guideline development in the area of kidney disease and is skilled in collecting, organising and disseminating information. She has a specific interest in implementing specialised technology and tools aiming to improve the processes relevant to systematic reviews and clinical practice guidelines.

Bibliography:
- Oniscu G.C., Abramowicz D., Bolignano D., Gandolfini I., Hellemans R., Maggiore U., Nistor I., O'Neill S., Sever M.S., Koobasi M., Nagler E.V. (2021). Management of obesity in kidney transplant candidates and recipients: A clinical practice guideline by the Descartes working group of ERA. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, https://doi.org/10.1093/ndt/gfab310 (Online ahead of print)
- Van Acker P., Van Biesen W., Nagler E.V., Koobasi M., Veys N., Vanmassenhove J. (2021). Risk prediction models for acute kidney injury in adults: An overview of systematic reviews. PLoS One. 2021 16(4): e0248899. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0248899
- Gallieni M., Hollenbeck M., Inston N., Kumwenda M., Powell S., Tordoir J., Al Shakarchi J., Berger P., Bolignano D., Cassidy D., Chan T.Y., Dhondt A., Drechsler C.,
Ecder T., Finocchiaro P., Haller M., Hanko J., Heye S., Ibeas J., Jemcov T., Kershaw S., Khawaja A., Labriola L., Lomonte C., Malovrh M., Marti I Monros A., Matthew S., McGrogan D., Meyer T., Mikros S., Nistor I., Planken N., Roca-Tey R., Ross R., Troxler M., van der Veer S., Vanholder R., Vermassen F., Welander G., Wilmink T., Koobasi M., Fox J., Van Biesen W., Nagler E. (2019). Clinical practice guideline on peri- and postoperative care of arteriovenous fistulas and grafts for haemodialysis in adults. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation ;34(Suppl 2):ii1-ii42. doi: 10.1093/ndt/gfz072.

Dr. Nele Pauwels works currently (since 2015) as Information Specialist at the Knowledge Center for Health Ghent. After she obtained her PhD in Medical Sciences, Nele worked as staff member at Center for Evidence-Based Practice of the Belgian Red Cross-Flanders. She developed evidence-based guidelines and systematic reviews, according to international gold standards. Currently, she supports researchers during all stages of performing and writing a systematic review by give workshops and by giving individual guidance. Topics of her workshops are ‘advanced searching in several (bio)medical databases’, and ‘tools for systematic reviews (e.g. Rayyan and DistillerSR)’, and ‘conducting and publishing a systematic review and meta-analysis’.

Bibliography:
- Rammant, E., Van Wilder, L., Van Hemelrijck, M., Pauwels, N. S., Decaestecker, K., Van Praet, C., Bultijnck, R., Ost, P., Van Vaerenbergh, T., Verhaeghe, S., Van Hecke, A., & Fonteyne, V. (2020). Health-related quality of life overview after different curative treatment options in muscle-invasive bladder cancer: an umbrella review. Quality of life research : an international journal of quality of life aspects of treatment, care and rehabilitation, 29(11), 2887–2910. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-020-02544-z
- Van Acker, J., Pauwels, N. S., Cauwels, R., & Rajasekharan, S. (2020). Outcomes of different radioprotective precautions in children undergoing dental radiography: a systematic review. European archives of paediatric dentistry : official journal of the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, 21(4), 463–508. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40368-020-00544-8
- De Tobel, J., Bauwens, J., Parmentier, G., Franco, A., Pauwels, N. S., Verstraete, K. L., & Thevissen, P. W. (2020). Magnetic resonance imaging for forensic age estimation in living children and young adults: a systematic review. Pediatric radiology, 50(12), 1691–1708. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00247-020-04709-x
- Van der Looven, R., Le Roy, L., Tanghe, E., Samijn, B., Roets, E., Pauwels, N., Deschepper, E., De Muynck, M., Vingerhoets, G., & Van den Broeck, C. (2020). Risk factors for neonatal brachial plexus palsy: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Developmental medicine and child neurology, 62(6), 673–683. https://doi.org/10.1111/dmcn.14381
- Van der Looven, R., Le Roy, L., Pauwels, N., & Vingerhoets, G. (2020). Critical appraisal tools and rater training in systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Developmental medicine and child neurology, 62(6), 764. https://doi.org/10.1111/dmcn.14538

Koobasi-Explore tools and automation for supporting systematic review and guideline processes-1115_a.pdf

Koobasi-Explore tools and automation for supporting systematic review and guideline processes-1115_b.pdf


ID: 1190 / O 2.3: 3
Interactive Workshop
Topics: Information retrieval and evidence syntheses

Have a go at completing a search summary table

Alison Bethel, Naomi Shaw

University of Exeter, United Kingdom

 


ID: 1173 / O 2.3: 4
Interactive Workshop
Topics: Information retrieval and evidence syntheses

Live searching with Wichor Bramer

Wichor Bramer, Elise Krabbendam, Sabrina Gunput, Maarten Engel

Erasmus MC, Netherlands, The

Biography and Bibliography
Wichor Bramer is medical information specialist at Erasmus MC in Rotterdam. He has developed a method that helps him create searches for systematic reviews much faster than other information specialists. He successfully defended his PhD thesis on this topic in October 2019.

Bramer-Live searching with Wichor Bramer-1173_a.pdf
 


ID: 1166 / O 2.3: 5
Interactive Workshop
Topics: Education

Open Educational Resources in the spotlight

Irma van Houts1, Sietske Vergeer2

1HAN, Netherlands, The; 2HAN, Netherlands, The


van Houts-Open Educational Resources in the spotlight-1166_a.pdf
 


ID: 1167 / O 2.3: 6
Interactive Workshop
Topics: Education

Shopping in PubMed

Irma van Houts1, Sietske Vergeer2

1HAN, Netherlands, The; 2HAN, Netherlands, The

Biography and Bibliography
1. https://www.bmi-online.nl/bmi-bijscholing-irma-van-houts-ip-2018-09/
2. PubMed vernieuwd. In: IP vakblad voor informatieprofessionals, 2020/03
 


ID: 1234 / O 2.3: 9
Interactive Workshop
Topics: Resources and metrics

The benefits of a well-managed Current Research Information System (CRIS) and the role the library can play within an academic hospital

Robin F. Ottjes, Peter G. Braun

Central Medical Library, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands

Biography and Bibliography
Robin and Peter are both Medical Information Specialists at the Central Medical Library of the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG). Next to education support and systematic reviews, they both support research in the UMCG by providing support for a wide selection of topics, such as: Open Access, repository help, research impact & assessment, profiles and identifiers and reference management.

Ottjes-The benefits of a well-managed Current Research Information System-1234_a.pptx

Ottjes-The benefits of a well-managed Current Research Information System-1234_b.docx


 
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