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About Us

Purpose

To empower staff through learning opportunities and knowledge resources to provide high-quality, competent patient care and services. Specifically, we provide essential learning opportunities, continuous education, certifications,  interactive e-learning modules, and curated information resources to support evidence-based decision-making. Together, we strive to ensure that our clinical staff remain at the forefront of their fields.

About Us

Learning and Library Support is a dynamic team nestled within the Clinical Education & Professional Development (CEPD) department.  Our team comprises interactive design developers, instructional designers, librarians, and IT professionals. Bryan Nugent serves as head of this department and reports to Candice VaughanGriffin, the Executive Director of CEPD.

Services

  • Web Content Management - meticulous maintenance of web content ensures easy access to relevant information
  • Lippincott and Workday Learning Management (LMS) Resources - managed access to Lippincott and Workday LMS resources
  • E-learning Module Development - development of cutting edge e-learning modules tailored for clinical staff
  • Infographics Creation - development of visually appealing documents
  • Access to Online Reference Tools - managed online reference materials including online journals, eBooks, research databases, clinical decision support and point-of-care tools
  • Article and Literature Search - librarian-mediated literature searches of current, relevant information
  • Instruction - instruction and training on a wide variety of research-related topics and information services
  • Consulting - personalized consultations to strategize and achieve your goals

Annual Reports

Library Services Dashboards

Library Services dashboard includes information on Document Delivery Services, Literature Searches, Library Services Live Chat Service, Ticketing System for Library Requests, Return on Investment, Resource Utilization, Website Visits, Self-Service FAQ Knowledge Base Views, Library Services Saves Time & Money, Likelihood To Recommend, Reason for Contacting Library Services

Collection Development Policy

Literature Search Policy

Banner Health Library Services staff are available to assist all Banner providers, employees and affiliates with information resources.

In addition to providing the full text of requested articles, Banner Health Library Services will perform literature searches on topics requested by Banner affiliates. Some communication is needed for all search requests, and librarians are able to provide better search results when users complete the research request form.

The Banner Library website contains tutorials on several library-oriented topics, including tutorials on how to search specific databases.

When requested, Banner librarians will provide instruction on how to search available databases; we are able to instruct individual users or groups. We will provide instruction in person or by virtual means, based on the needs and locations of requestors. We will assist Banner employees and affiliates with formulating PICO questions and with refining search strategies. We are able to provide written quick guides to searching the databases.

Although we will perform literature reviews on requested topics from Banner staff and affiliates, Banner librarians are unable to devote the resources required to perform systematic reviews. We will conduct other types of in-depth searches when requested. In order to ensure greater accuracy and relevance of search results, librarians will require at least one consultation session with library users who request in-depth searches.

For library users who request systematic review searches, we will provide information describing the steps for performing a systematic review. The steps include, but are not limited to, formulating a research query, composing search strategies and statements, describing the methods or protocol that will be used in the research, registering the protocol, managing the article citations and removing duplicate citations, analyzing the search results, and writing an evaluation of the evidence.

There are many helpful resources available that provide information about performing systematic reviews. The National Institutes of Health Library provides useful links to resources on standards and organizations for systematic reviews here:  Resources for Systematic Reviews.

We encourage Banner staff and affiliates to contact us with library-related questions or requests.

Inactive Physician Policy