Six reflections on the Australian Evidence-Based Practice Librarians Institute 2016

Jeremy Cullis, Mina Nichols-Boyd, Yvonne Auld, Natalie Dempster, Cassandra Freeman, Nikki May, Steven Chang, Jane van Balen, Sarah Thorning, Jasna Romic, Susan Day, Tracey Whyte

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    Abstract

    This article is a collective reflection on the sixth Australian Evidence-Based Practice Librarians' Institute (AEBPLI), which was held in Adelaide in December 2016 at Flinders University. The event was an intensive four-day residential program, covering key topics in health librarianship such as expert searching, critical appraisal, grey literature, and search filters. Almost thirty participants from a range of institutions across the country attended the course, which included both large group lectures and small group interactive workshops.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)10-14
    Number of pages5
    JournalHealth Inform
    Volume26
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

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    Cullis, J., Nichols-Boyd, M., Auld, Y., Dempster, N., Freeman, C., May, N., ... Whyte, T. (2017). Six reflections on the Australian Evidence-Based Practice Librarians Institute 2016. Health Inform, 26(1), 10-14.