HSL Librarians Elevate at Annual Medical Library Conference

Health Sciences Library librarians Deborah Crooke, Associate Director, Danielle Aloia, Collection Management Librarian, and Jovy O’Grady, Scholarly Communications Librarian, along with Marie Ascher, Director, attended the 119th Annual Meeting of the Medical Library Association (MLA), “Elevate” in Chicago, May 4-8, 2019. MLA is the premier conference for health information professionals, bringing together medical librarians from . . . → Read More: HSL Librarians Elevate at Annual Medical Library Conference

Introducing Our New Collection Management Librarian, Danielle Aloia

Welcome to New York Medical College. Tell us a little about your professional experience.

Darwin and me at the New York Academy of Sciences

Ever since my first experience in a library as a young girl I knew that I wanted to be part of this profession. Since that time, I have worked . . . → Read More: Introducing Our New Collection Management Librarian, Danielle Aloia

Librarians Available to Collaborate and Consult on Systematic Review Research

Several recent reports have recommended the inclusion of expert searcher librarians on systematic review research teams.

A major part of the systematic review methodology is the conduct of an extensive search which is exhaustive in its reach and doesn’t miss relevant articles. Librarians are especially equipped to develop and execute systematic review search strategies . . . → Read More: Librarians Available to Collaborate and Consult on Systematic Review Research