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Research : Research Information Literacy

Academic Research Information Initiative is designed to improve academic research and education and guide WRNMMC clinicians and residents in finding information resources in conducting research in clinical sciences and specialties, research knowledge, and competencies development. 
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Contact 

   

Dr. Tmanova, MLIS, MS, DVM
Research Librarian, Darnall Medical Library
Assistant Professor in Radiology and Radiological Sciences
F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine

Science Wise Advisory 

Email: Research Librarian

DoD Teams: Research Information 

Darnall Medical Library: Bldg. 1.

Science Wise Advisory 

Research Information Knowledge

Research Librarian help clinicians and residents in clinical specialties and sciences to understand:

  • authoritative information resources, tools, scholars, and experts in clinical specialties and sciences research and practice
  • information values from perspectives of intellectual property, copyright, plagiarism, research integrity, disinformation, misinformation, and information dissemination in clinical specialties and sciences research and practice
  • information process of research information design in clinical specialties and sciences research
  • process of conducting a search using various strategies in clinical specialties and sciences research information ecosystems
  • process of conducting research as inquiry in clinical specialties and sciences and practice
  • process of communicating research and critically appraise published literature and authors’ contribution to clinical specialties and sciences and practice

Research Information Competencies

Research Librarian guide clinicians and residents in clinical specialties and sciences to develop competencies in:

  • identifying research knowledge gaps in clinical specialties and sciences research, design a research project, and manage a research project
  • selecting of research tools, methods, and techniques used in clinical specialties and science research
  • developing of research and clinical questions using the search strategy and methodology, and identify clinical specialty and sciences research tools  
  • gathering of information resources using various strategies, be up-to date, and engage with other specialists and experts in clinical specialties and science research and practice
  • differentiating of various information and data resources in clinical specialties and science research and determine the quality and academic integrity of research, critically appraise research in clinical specialties and practice, and understand the citation metrics
  • understanding the issues in intellectual property, copyright, plagiarism, research integrity, and ethical use of research and data
  • communicating research findings, ethics of academic and medical research communication, synthesis and appraisal of research information in clinical specialties and sciences, and ethical publication

Disclaimer: The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency of non-U.S. Government sites or the information, products, or services contained therein. Although the Darnall Medical Library, WRNMMC may or may not use these sites as additional distribution channels for Department of Defense information, it does not exercise editorial control over all of the information that you may find at these locations. Such hyperlinks are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this website.

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