Here are the details about the upcoming continuing education webinar that is happening on December 2, 2019 from 9 – 3 pm PST. The event is broadly covering authorship and publishing for Health Librarians. We have chosen to host the event as a webinar so members who are outside of the Vancouver/Lower Mainland region have the opportunity to a continuing education event. What is also exciting about having the event as a webinar is the ability to invite health librarians and researchers from across Canada to speak, which is why we are able to have such an extensive breadth of speakers.
If you are in the lower mainland area and don’t have a good office space to attend or don’t want to deal with the technology you are welcome to join from a teleconferencing room at Children’s and Women’s Hospital. Email Colleen (firstname.lastname@example.org)for room details and directions.
If you’re interested in attending, here is a link for registration: https://forms.gle/WQRECDcUSChaujYU7
As you can see from this link, the event is free for HLABC members and $20.00 for non-members. If you’ve any questions feel free to contact Blake
Our schedule for the event is as follows with bios for each speaker below:
845 – 900 Introduction – Colleen Pawliuk & Blake Hawkins
900 – 945 Martin Morris MSc, McGill University
945 – 1030 Kelly Cobey PhD, University of Ottawa
Navigating the responsibilities of biomedical publishing
Bio: Kelly Cobey is an Investigator at the OHRI and serves as the institutions Publications Officer. In this capacity she provides one-on-one consulting to researchers internal and external to the organization on topics including: open science, scientific writing, peer review, and publication metrics. She is actively involved in meta-research topics related to journalology (publication science).
1030 – 1045 BREAK
1030 – 1115 Nicole Askin MLIS, University of Manitoba
“Breaking in: Taking your first steps into publishing”.
1115 – 1200 Kevin Read MAS MLIS, University of Saskatchewan
Practicing what you preach: Incorporating data management and sharing best practices into library research projects
1200 – 1215 BREAK
1215-1:00 Lise Brin MLIS, CARL
Title – TBD
Bio: Lise Brin is a Program Officer with the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL). As part of the CARL team, Lise is working on advocacy and strategy efforts primarily related to scholarly publishing, open access, and copyright. Prior to joining CARL, Lise served as Scholarly Communication Librarian at St. Francis Xavier University.
100-145 Sandra Campbell MLIS, University of Alberta
“Negotiating librarian authorship/collaboration on systematic and other reviews”
Bio: Sandy Campbell is a health librarian at the John W. Scott Health Sciences Library at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. Sandy has presented and published nationally and internationally on information literacy, digital services and systematic review searching. She is particularly interested in the development of research capacity among health librarians and the recognition of librarians’ research activities.
145: – 200 BREAK
200 – 245 Christine Walde MLIS, University of Victoria – “Catalyzing Research: Grant Funding for Creation and Collaboration”
Christine Walde is the Grants and Awards Librarian at the University of Victoria Libraries, where she supports and enhances the research activities of UVic Libraries, specifically in the areas of grants funding and awards, including special projects related to community engagement. Since 2012, Walde has been instrumental in building capacity for UVic Libraries, and has secured a range of funding from public and private funders, granting agencies, and foundations. Walde was the 2018 winner of the BCALS Outstanding Contribution Award.
245 – 300 Wrap up