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More Knowledge On The Go: A Survey of Mobile Device Usage in Pharmacy.
Mobile Device and App Use in Pharmacy: A Multi-University Study
Evidence-Based Practice in PubMed: Are Shared Filters Useful to Health Sciences Academic Users?
Objectives In April 2010, the Université de Montréal’s Health Sciences Library has implemented shared filters in its institutional PubMed account. Most of these filters are designed to highlight resources for evidence-based ...
Social Media Use in Medical and Health Professional Education: Role of the Librarian on a Faculty Steering Committee
(Canadian Health Libraries Association / Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada, 2015-08)
Objective: An interprofessional steering committee was created at Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Medicine to examine how social media are integrated in medical and health professional education in universities across ...
“When I Grow Up I Want to be a Doctor”: Promoting Atikamekw Children’s Interest for Health Professions Through a Book Collection
Introduction: Aboriginal peoples are underrepresented within the healthcare professions, and recruitment of Aboriginal students has become a priority for medical schools in Canada. Because of very low high-school completion ...
Graphic medicine from library to classroom
Introduction. Graphic medicine is defined as the use of comics in health sciences education and patient care. Graphic stories about personal experiences of illness from patients and their families can be used to illustrate ...
Health and Literacy: The Mini-Med School and the Literacy Foundation Working Together to Reach Native Children
The Mini-Med School (MMS) aims to motivate Native children to stay in school, introduce them to the health professions and encourage them to have healthy living practices. As reading skills play a major role in student ...
A portal for the Canadian Virtual Health Library / Bibliothèque virtuelle canadienne de la santé (CVHL/BVCS): Accomplishments and possibilities, scope and structure - a review of best practices
(Éditions Sciences Canada, 2012-08)
Introduction: Coordination through CVHL/BVCS gives Canadian health libraries access to information technology they could not offer individually, thereby enhancing the library services offered to Canadian health professionals. ...
How to build a bioinformatics service in a year
(Éditions Sciences Canada, 2011-08)
Introduction: Biomedical scientists need to choose among hundreds of publicly available bioinformatics applications, tools, and databases. Librarian challenges include raising awareness to valuable resources, as well as ...
Reaching Innu and Atikamekw Youths in their communities: Future Healthcare Professionals Working Together
Background Mini-Schools of Health are held since 2011 in indigenous communities by the Université de Montréal's Faculty of Medicine and the student's Groupe d’intérêt en santé autochtone (GISA). These events take place ...