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Research : Research Day in the Library 2022

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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Information mini conference. Research Day in the Library.
October 19, 2022. 

The DML Research Initiative supports WRNMMC clinicians and GME residents throughout the process of conducting research. Learn about the DML scholarly communication services, Open Access, and DoD DTIC products and services available to you. Visit the Research Day in the Library mini conference and talk to us about your research challenges and information needs.

Agenda
October 19, 2022. 

0900-0915    DML Scholarly Communication Initiative. Dr. Tmanova, DVM, MS, MLIS, Research Librarian, Darnall Medical Library

A Scholarly Communication Initiative is collection of academic research information initiatives that provide an effective approach for post-graduate trainees in conducting research and development of research studies or projects. Information Expert, Writing Alliance, and Publication initiatives offer research information and educational environment to support your research and professional growth. This is the initiative where information advisory and mentorship converge.

0915-1000    Esploro-Research Information Management Solution “Ex Libris Esploro: Showcase Your Scholarship and
                    Expertise.”
 Dave Hemingway-Turner, MLS, Sr. Sales Specialist, Clarivate; Sara Branch, PhD, Research                                                Solutions Specialist, Clarivate

  • Create and manage a researcher profile, easily and automatically.
  • Highlight your expertise, publications, and professional activities.
  • Leverage Smart Harvesting technology to automatically update your publication lists with minimal effort.
  • Ensure you and your work are visible and discoverable.

1000-1015    Open Science. Dr. Tmanova, DVM, MS, MLIS, Research Librarian, Darnall Medical Library

This lightening talk introduces the concept of open science framework and changing approach to conducting science in open science environment. Discover various open science and digital science tools and new technology approaches that will enhance your scholarship and professional advancement.

1015-1100    Derwent Innovation – Better Decisions Start with Better Data. Jerry Flang, Customer Success
                    Architect, Clarivate

1100-1115    Military Medical Research. Dr. Tmanova, DVM, MS, MLIS, Research Librarian, Darnall Medical Library

Discover various scientific initiatives, tools, and research approaches that will prepare you for your GME scholarship and professional advancement in military and healthcare career.

1115-1200    Innography: API Answers for Business Results. Jarry Flang, Customer Success Architect, Clarivate

By correlating patent data with firmographic, litigation and patent valuation data, and providing powerful, yet easy-to-use AI-powered search and analytics tools, Innography helps R&D, strategy, M&A and licensing teams capture the right insights with speed and confidence.

1200-1245    Scholarly Communication and Open Science. Panel Discussion. Q&A.

Tim Otto, Head of Sales, Government & Non-Profit, Clarivate; Thomas Arrison, Policy and Global Affairs, Director, Board on
Research Data and Information, National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Dave Hemingway-Turner, MLS, Sr. Sales Specialist, Clarivate; Sara Branch, PhD, Research Solutions Specialist, Clarivate; Moderator: Dr. Tmanova, DVM, MS, MLIS, Research Librarian, Darnall Medical Library

1300-1315    DML Systematic Review Collaboration Initiative. Dr.Tmanova, DVM, MS, MLIS, Research Librarian, Darnall Medical Library

Conducting Systematic Review Collaboration (CSRC) Initiative is a collaborative librarian service with four librarians collaborating with clinicians and post-graduate trainees in conducting a systematic review. A systematic review coordinator leads the initiative to promote collaboration between clinicians and post-graduate trainees to enhance the quality of systematic reviews. The systematic review coordinator advises on conducting a systematic review, process, collaboration, and data governance. DML librarians co-author on systematic reviews with researchers.

1315-1400    Clarivate API’s and Custom Data. Tim Otto, Head of Sales, Government & Non-Profit, Clarivate

1400-1445    Open Scholarship: An Inflection Point? Thomas Arrison, Policy and Global Affairs, Director, Board on
                      Research Data and Information, National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

1445-1500    DML Research Quality Initiative. Dr. Tmanova, DVM, MS, MLIS, Research Librarian, Darnall Medical Library

Research Quality (RQ) Initiative accelerates research discovery and innovation. RQ is an independent initiative that evaluates scholarly publications and advances research discoveries. RQ specialist offers continuous detection, monitoring, and consulting on research quality for GME program directors and leadership to advance post-graduate education and enhance research programs. This initiative creates quality alliances among leadership, program directors, and research quality specialist.

If you have questions about the Research Day in the Library mini-conference, speakers, and presentations, please ask Dr. Tmanova, DVM, MS, MLIS, Research Librarian, Darnall Medical Library 

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