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Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge: Weill Cornell Medical Librarians Partner with the Brooklyn Public Library: Course Completion Survey

Course Completion Survey

 

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Grant Information

 

Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number UG4LMO12342. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

Trainer Bios

Judy Stribling, MA, MLS, AHIP | Assistant Director of Clinical Services | jcs2001@med.cornell.edu

Judy Stribling is the Assistant Director of Clinical Services at the Samuel J. Wood Library & C.V. Starr Biomedical Information Center at Weill Cornell Medical College. She is also the Manager of the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center or PRC. Judy and other Clinical Medical Librarian team members impact patient care through many activities including: rounding with providers, attending morning reports, providing targeted evidence-based literature on topics of relevance to current clinical cases, and assisting physicians with the identification and integration of mobile information tools into their clinical workflows. Additionally, Judy teaches medical literature searching skills in the application of evidence-based medicine in the Neurology Clerkship.

In her role at the PRC, Judy and her staff provide free up-to-date information about diseases, medications and wellness topics to patients, families, and caregivers. Health consumers are welcome to visit the PRC during scheduled health and wellness seminars, to conduct research on the PRC computers, to relax in between appointments or to consult with Judy.

Consumer health and the integration of technology and patient education is the focus of Judy’s academic interest. Recent research focused on the introduction of electronic tablets in clinical waiting areas and health seminars on YouTube. Judy is the Past Chair of the Consumer and Patient Health Information Section (CAPHIS) of the Medical Library Association (MLA). She is also certified by MLA as an Academy of Health Information Professional (AHIP).

In 2019 Judy received the Consumer Health Librarian of the Year Award from MLA. In February 2020 The Librarian’s Clinical Handbook, edited and several chapters written by Ms. Stribling, was published by Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Antonio P. DeRosa, MS, MLIS, AHIP | Oncology Consumer Health Librarian | apd2004@med.cornell.edu

As a member of the library faculty, Antonio serves as the Oncology Consumer Health Librarian which is a patient- and caregiver-oriented clinical role specializing in oncology information and education, managing cancer resources within the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center (PRC). Antonio works in close collaboration with the Oncology Service Line at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and on interdisciplinary teams in the WCM Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center. Working directly with leadership at both institutions, Antonio serves as an oncology information ombudsman to patients, families/caregivers, faculty, and students. He participates on the supportive cancer care team through patient and caregiver information counseling and decision support; is a key resource to oncology staff and medical students surrounding evidence-based medicine and consumer health resources; and advises on strategies to enhance patient comprehension of care plans to optimize quality of life and the overall patient experience. Antonio’s research interests include health literacy, participatory medicine, patient-centered care, shared decision making (SDM), and health equity.

 

Keith Mages, PhD, MLS, MSN, AHIP | Norton M. Luger Clinical Librariankcm2001@med.cornell.edu

Keith Mages is the Norton M. Luger, MD Clinical Medical Librarian at the Samuel J. Wood Library of Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM). In this role, he provides research and evidence-based practice support to practicing physicians, nurses, medical fellows, residents and students. Dr. Mages also provides caregiver and consumer health education at the point of care, in New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell (NYP/WC). He is a member of the Medical Library Association (MLA), is an Senior Member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP), and has been awarded the Presidential Award from the MLA Board of Directors for his work on the Educational Steering Committee, the coordinating body for MLA educational initiatives. Dr. Mages also serves on the NYP/WC Ethics Committee, as an Ethics Faculty Tutor at WCM, and as an Adjunct Faculty member of New York University’s Rory Meyers College of Nursing. His publication and funding record reflects his research interests in health literacy, consumer health education, and the history of health sciences.

 

Carrie Jedlicka, MLS, LMSW | Clinical Medical Librarian Intern | cmj4001@med.cornell.edu

Carrie Jedlicka is a Clinical Medical Librarian Intern at the Samuel J. Wood Library & C.V. Starr Biomedical Information Center at Weill Cornell Medicine. Carrie is a recent graduate of the Master of Library Science program at Queens College and she previously worked as a clinical social worker. As an intern, she supports clinical staff by participating in morning report, clinical rounds, and integrative team meetings and providing evidence-based literature to promote learning, inform clinical decision-making, and contribute to scholarly work. Additionally, she offers consumer health information for patients and their families. Carrie helps support the work of the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center by creating Lib Guides and assisting with other consumer health information projects.