Medical communities' productive and efficient use of information resources and tools to enhance research, teaching and education is an expanding area of knowledge services and management as more health care professionals move toward an increasingly electronic environment. I facilitate clinical and academic communities' efficient use of information resources and tools to enhance clinical care (e.g., assisting with clinical questions, enhancing knowledge services to address clinical needs, providing education in information literacy, improving web-based usability and access to information, integrating evidence at the point-of-care via the EHR). My research focuses on technology improvements and access to information for research, teaching and clinical care, and I also conduct research review collaborations with colleagues in the health sciences.
Current Role at Stanford
Clinical Librarian working with the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
Education & Certifications
Certificate, National Library of Medicine, Biomedical Informatics (2015)
MA (LIS), The University of Arizona, Information Resources & Library Science (2010)
AB, Stanford University, English (1993)