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Integrating information skills training to support evidence-based diabetes care
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|Michelle Dalton Diabetes care poster.pdf||Poster and abstract||1030Kb||Adobe PDF|
|Title: ||Integrating information skills training to support evidence-based diabetes care|
|Affiliation: ||HSE Mid-West Library & Information Services, University of Limerick|
|Publisher: ||Health Service Executive (HSE)|
|Issue Date: ||Oct-2012 |
|Type: ||Conference Poster|
|Description: ||Conference poster presented at Croí HSE West Integrated Diabetes Care Conference, Athlone 2012.
Information literacy, including the ability to search for, access and use research effectively, is a key component of evidence-based practice. Information and research skills training is
regularly delivered by Library staff both on a one-to-one basis as well as in small groups.
Such sessions typically take place in isolation and separately from clinical training courses.
However, pedagogical theory suggests that learning is more effective when training is
delivered in context, in an environment which has direct relevance and meaning for the
user, by allowing them to construct new ideas around their existing knowledge base and
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE
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