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  1. NUTR 2111 Introduction to Nutritional Sciences Sandra A. Martin, M.L.I.S. Instructor of Library Services Health Sciences Resource Coordinator John Vaughan Library Room 305B marti004@nsuok.edu – 918-444-3263

  2. Knowledge is the Enemy of DiseaseSir Muir Gray • Existing Knowledge Can Prevent • Waste & Errors • Poor Patient Experience • Adoption of low value interventions • Failure to adopt high value interventions

  3. Sandra Martin Provides…. • Instruction • Research Assistance • Small Group Consulting • Database Searches • Collection Development (Selection of print and online books, audiovisuals, journals and databases) • Assistance with any health-related information need • Office Hours: Tuesday 10 am to 4 pm – Tahlequah

  4. http://library.nsuok.edu/collegesh/healthpr/dn/index.html

  5. From the NSU Libraries Home Page, Click on “Health Professions”

  6. From the Health Professions Page, Click on Nutritional Sciences

  7. Remote Access • Enter NT-NSU user id and password to access the library’s electronic resources • Contact your instructor if you have problems with your user id or password • Contact Darren Tobey at tobey@nsuok.edu to report technical problems • Contact Sandra Martin at marti004@nsuok.edu for search assistance

  8. Technical Issues • Check your browser • Internet Explorer does not work with our online resources • Use Firefox or Chrome • Check your Internet Carrier • Satellite Systems are frequently erratic or go down entirely during inclement weather • Wireless Hotspot • You need at least 3G • The library link from within Blackboard does not work well. Please access the Library Resources for Nutritional Sciences page directly from your browser

  9. Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery Services Delivery of journal articles, books, and other items not owned by the library Delivery of books, audiovisuals, and journal articles in the library’s print collection Journal articles delivered electronically if possible ILL Requests Click on Interlibrary Loan link from Nutritional Sciences Web Page (link located under “Library Info”) Complete and submit the online registration form Complete the online request form Provide complete information about the journal article or book that you need and include your contact information If you have questions or need assistance, contact: ill@nsuok.edu or 918-444-3278

  10. Learning Objectives • To provide a mechanism for students to access the most current nutritional sciences and health care information • To familiarize students with specific information resources and services to support the nutritional sciencescurriculum • To familiarize students with evidence-based health care and lifelong learning skills

  11. Overview of Online Resources • Research and Clinical Databases • e-Journals • e-Books • Consumer Health • Evidence-Based Summaries

  12. Journal Article Databases • CINAHL Complete, MEDLINE, and Science Direct are most frequently used resources to find journal articles on dietetics and nutrition topics. • Search this section when you need articles on subjects, e.g., child nutrition disorders, diet therapy, etc. • Databases in this section provide links to full text journal articles and other resources • You must start at the library’s Nutritional Sciences web page to access our subscribed full text http://library.nsuok.edu/collegesh/healthpr/dn/index.html

  13. Databases - CINAHL Complete • CINAHL stands for Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature • Core research tool that contains full text of 1,400 journals and citations in more than 5,300 journals • Check the box to “suggest subject terms” and search CINAHL headings for best results, e.g., search “pediatric obesity” to find articles on “childhood obesity” • View the brief tutorial to get started

  14. Databases – Ovid MEDLINE • Premier biomedical database from the National Library of Medicine • Provides journal articles in over 5,000 journals from 1946 to present in medicine, nursing, health care system, and allied health care practice, education, and research • Useful to find articles on the relation of nutrition disorders to medical problems, e.g. “intake of fruits and vegetables to prevent cardiovascular diseases”

  15. Use MEDLINE to locate • Articles that report results of primary (original) studies • Conclusions supported by data and reproducible methodology • Hints: • Search the Daily Update, and In-Process segments simultaneously with desired range of years • Search keywords along with subject headings

  16. Databases – Science Direct • Scientific database produced by Elsevier • Provides journal articles from over 2,500 journals and chapters from almost 20,000 books in all life sciences disciplines • Useful to find full text articles on nutrition and dietetics topics in scientific journals across multiple disciplines • Contains full text of journals published by the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

  17. Databases – Mosby’s Nursing Consult • All in one resource provides full text of e-Journals, e-Books, images, and other documents • Unique features include full text from pre-searches of popular health topics, e. g., “cancer”, “heart disease”, “stroke” under the “top picks” option. Also includes full text monographs of all FDA approved drugs, and peer-reviewed patient education materials • Widely used in major hospitals and medical centers

  18. Databases – Academic Search Premier • Multi-disciplinary database that provides full text of over 4,600 journals • Useful as a starting point to find a variety of viewpoints on a general topic, e.g., nutrition across the life cycle • Limit search results to “full text”, “scholarly peer-reviewed” and “academic journals”

  19. Databases – Education Full Text • Full text of over 350 journals • Includes coverage of special education and educational tests • Useful for nutrition topics related to children and young adults K-12 • Includes full text back to 1996

  20. Databases – Social Sciences Full Text • Full text of over 600 journals • Useful for targeting “socioeconomic” aspects of nutrition topics, e.g., childhood obesity • Limit search results to “scholarly-peer reviewed”, “academic journals”

  21. Tracking Down the Full Text • If your database search does not provide a link to full text of a relevant article: • Print a list of the citations • Click on the Library e-Journals link on the Nutritional Sciences web page • Enter full title of the journal in the search box • Click on link to database that contains the full text

  22. e-Books • R2 Digital Library – Nutrition and Dietetics books from the current Doody’s Core Titles in the Health Sciences • Books@Ovid - full text of health sciences books published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins and other leading publishers • Access Medicine - text of leading medical and health sciences books from the McGraw-Hill clinical library • Mosby’s Drug Monographs - full text monographs for the health care professional and the patient of all FDA approved drugs

  23. Consumer Health Resources • Current, authoritative, peer-reviewed, and evidence-based resources written specifically for the layperson • MEDLINEPlus – the National Institutes of Health’s web site for patients and families • Joanna Briggs Database - provides full text consumer information sheets • Mosby’s Nursing Consult - includes patient education handouts produced by Elsevier

  24. Databases – MEDLINEPlus • National Institute’s of Health’s web site for patients and families • Produced by the National Library of Medicine • Contains current, reliable, well-written information summaries and videos about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues • Widely used in major hospitals and medical centers

  25. New Tools Target High-Quality Studies • Increase ease of accessing and understanding clinical information • Preprocessed (preappraised) tools - practical resources that facilitate ready access to high-quality research • Pre-appraised – tools that have undergone a filtering process to include only those studies that are regularly updated and of higher quality

  26. Point-of-Care Resources • Evidence based textbooks • Provide rapid access to concise information to clinicians at the point of care • Not a database of articles from books, journals, or guidelines • Original, current, summaries written by experts • Formal systems used to grade strength of recommendations and quality of evidence

  27. Information Retrieval for Evidence Based Health Care • Using research findings versus conducting research • Retrieving and evaluating information that has direct application to specific patient care problems • Selecting resources that are current, valid and available at point-of-care • Developing search strategies that are feasible within time constraints of clinical practice

  28. Evidence Based Summaries • UptoDate • Evidence based summaries of over 9,500 topics in over 22 specialties • 8,500 Treatment Recommendations • GRADE System used to score recommendations and strength of evidence • Practice changing updates; Updated continuously • Drug database; Patient education materials • The Gold Standard of summaries

  29. UTD – fast, current, peer reviewed

  30. UTD – simple search, quick answers

  31. Life-Long Learning • Selecting and searching online databases is challenging • Information is ever changing • Contact Sandra (email preferred)

  32. If you need Help, contact Sandra