EAHIL2021

European Association for Health Information and Libraries 2021

05 - 08 July 2021

Marmara University

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Invited/Plenary Speakers

Wichor Bramer

Dr. Wichor Bramer

Erasmus MC Medical Library, Netherlands

Jolanda Elmers

Jolanda Elmers

University Medical Library at the University Hospital in Lausanne, Switzerland

Cécile Jaques

Cécile Jaques

University Medical Library at the University Hospital in Lausanne, Switzerland

Güssün Güneş

Assoc.Prof. Güssün Güneş

Marmara University, Turkey

Lotta Haglund

Lotta Haglund

Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, Sweden

Vikram Savkar

Vikram Savkar

Wolters Kluwer, Netherlands

Mustafa Uslu

Prof. Dr Mustafa Uslu

Marmara University, Turkey

Choirmaster

Messoud Efendiyev

Prof. Dr Messoud Efendiyev

Marmara University, Turkey

Keynote Speaker

Latifa Bouanzi

Latifa Bouanzi

International Agency for Research on Cancer, France

Ghaith Salameh

Ghaith Salameh

Electronic Health Solutions, Jordan

Alice Haddadin

Alice Haddadin

King Hussien Cancer Center, Jordan

Sarah Gwayi

Sarah Gwayi

University of Zambia, Zambia

Emre Hasan Akbayrak

Emre Hasan Akbayrak

Atılım University Kadriye Zaim Library, Turkey

Öznur Selen Kemaloğlu

Öznur Selen Kemaloğlu

Atılım University Kadriye Zaim Library, Turkey

Tiina Heino

Tiina Heino

Terkko Medical Campus Library, Helsinki University Library, Finland

Kristine Alpi

Dr. Kristine Alpi

Oregon Health & Science University, United States of America

Jenny Pierce

Jenny Pierce

Temple University, United States of America

Jessica Koos

Jessica Koos

Stony Brook University, United States of America

Margaret Hoogland

Margaret Hoogland

University of Toledo, United States of America

Debra Rand

Debra Rand

Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra / Northwell, United States of America

Sue Lacey Bryant

Sue Lacey Bryant

NHS Library and Knowledge Services, United Kingdom

Elena Pastor-Ramon

Elena Pastor-Ramon

University Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Lluís Codina

Lluís Codina

University Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Cristòfol Rovira

Cristòfol Rovira

University Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Sabine Klein

Dr. Sabine Klein

Main Library, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Eli Harriss

Eli Harriss

Bodleian Health Care Libraries, United Kingdom

Marshall Dozier

Marshall Dozier

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Tomas Allen

Tomas Allen

World Health Organization, Switzerland

Lisa Langnickel

Lisa Langnickel

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Roman Baum

Roman Baum

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Johannes Darms

Johannes Darms

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Juliane Fluck

Prof. Dr Juliane Fluck

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Valeria Scotti

Valeria Scotti

Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo of Pavia, Italy

Annalisa De Silvestri

Annalisa De Silvestri

Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo of Pavia, Italy

Funda Topuz

Funda Topuz

Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo of Pavia, Italy

Federica Prati

Federica Prati

Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo of Pavia, Italy

Luigia Scudeller

Luigia Scudeller

Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo of Pavia, Italy

Moreno Curti

Moreno Curti

Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo of Pavia, Italy

Maryam Moghadami

Dr. Maryam Moghadami

Tehran University, Iran, Islamic Republic of

Selin Şencanlı

Selin Şencanlı

SpringerNature, Turkey

Ana-Belen Escriva

Ana-Belen Escriva

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Sweden

Michael Fanning

Michael Fanning

Wolters Kluwer, Netherlands

Rümeyza Kazancıoğlu

Prof. Dr Rümeyza Kazancıoğlu

Bezmialem Vakif University, Turkey

Keynote Speaker

Nilay Aydoğan

Nilay Aydoğan

Studio Plus, Turkey

Anne Chen

Anne Chen

Taiwan Medical Library Association, Taiwan

Jane Falconer

Jane Falconer

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Thomas Vandendriessche

Thomas Vandendriessche

KU Leuven Libraries, Belgium

Tzu-heng Chiu

Tzu-heng Chiu

Taiwan Medical Library Association, Taiwan

Ina Fourie

Prof. Dr. Ina Fourie

University of Pretoria, South Africa

Tatyana V. Kaigorodova

Tatyana V. Kaigorodova

World Health Organization Documentation Centre based at the Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Russia

Irina A. Kriukova

Irina A. Kriukova

World Health Organization Documentation Centre based at the Federal Research Institute for Health Organization and Informatics of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Russia

Vanessa Kitchin

Vanessa Kitchin

University of British Columbia, Canada

Micah J. Waltz

Lecturer Micah J. Waltz

Texas A&M University, United States of America

Heather K. Moberly

Heather K. Moberly

Texas A&M University, United States of America

Catherine Pepper

Catherine Pepper

Texas A&M University, United States of America

Rachel Blume

Rachel Blume

Texas A&M University, United States of America

Sheila Green

Sheila Green

Texas A&M University, United States of America

Christina Seeger

Christina Seeger

Texas A&M University, United States of America

Stephanie Fulton

Stephanie Fulton

Texas A&M University, United States of America

Delyth Morris

Delyth Morris

Cardiff University, United Kingdom

Sümeyye Akça

Asst. Prof. Dr. Sümeyye Akça

Marmara University, Turkey

Ashley Thomas

Ashley Thomas

Countway Library, Harvard Medical School, United States of America

Zhan Hu

Zhan Hu

Simmons University, School of Library and Information Science, United States of America

Rong Tang

Rong Tang

Simmons University, School of Library and Information Science, United States of America

Elaine Martin

Elaine Martin

Countway Library, Harvard Medical School, United States of America

Birte Lindstädt

Birte Lindstädt

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Aliaksandra Shutsko

Aliaksandra Shutsko

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Jens Dierkes

Jens Dierkes

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Christin Döhla

Christin Döhla

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Katri Larmo

Katri Larmo

Terkko Medical Campus Library, Helsinki University Library, Finland

Teresa Lee

Teresa Lee

World Health Organization, France

Gülcan Palo

Dr. Gülcan Palo

Lokman Hekim University, Turkey

Fatemeh Sheikhshoaei

Dr. Fatemeh Sheikhshoaei

Tehran University, Iran, Islamic Republic of

Lynda Ayiku

Lynda Ayiku

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, United Kingdom

Jayne Jefferies

Jayne Jefferies

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, United Kingdom

Alicia Fatima Gomez

Alicia Fatima Gomez

Technische Universität Wien Library, Austria

Mala Mann

Mala Mann

Cardiff University, United Kingdom

Uwe Stehle

Uwe Stehle

Thieme, Germany

Rob Turner

Rob Turner

Accucoms, United Kingdom

Fiona Brown

Fiona Brown

The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Francesca Gualtieri

Francesca Gualtieri

Rottapharm Group, Italy

Itır Öner Filippucci

Itır Öner Filippucci

Elsevier, Turkey

Mohamed Shahin

Mohamed Shahin

Elsevier, Netherlands

Gerhard Bissels

Gerhard Bissels

University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons FHGR, Switzerland

Bahattin Yalçınkaya

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bahattin Yalçınkaya

Marmara University, Turkey

Witold Kozakiewicz

Witold Kozakiewicz

Medical University of Lodz, Poland

Justyna Zawada

Justyna Zawada

Medical University of Wroclaw, Poland

Jamie Gray

Jamie Gray

Weill Cornell Medicine, Qatar

Nicole Capdarest-Arest

Nicole Capdarest-Arest

University of California, United States of America

Jasmin Schmitz

Dr. Jasmin Schmitz

ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences, Germany

Huriye Çolaklar

Assist. Prof. Huriye Çolaklar

Bartın University, Turkey

Özlem Yalçınkaya

Lecturer Özlem Yalçınkaya

Bezmialem Vakıf University, Turkey

Kübra Zayim Gedik

Lecturer Kübra Zayim Gedik

Bezmialem Vakıf University, Turkey

Ertaç Nebioğlu

Ertaç Nebioğlu

Koç University, Turkey

Abdullah Murat Mete

Lecturer Abdullah Murat Mete

İzmir Tınaztepe University, Turkey

Kemal Öztürk

Lecturer Kemal Öztürk

İstanbul University, Turkey

Grace Ajuwon

Dr. Grace Ajuwon

AHILA (The Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa), South Africa

Kemal Görey

Kemal Görey

-, Turkey

Aytaj Rzaguliyeva

Aytaj Rzaguliyeva

Marmara University, Turkey

Fidan Kurt Kasapbaşı

Fidan Kurt Kasapbaşı

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Mesra Şendir

Mindfulness Trainer Mesra Şendir

Mindfulness Academy, Turkey

Grounding the day with Mindfulness Meditation

Tülay Zeybek Özcan

Tülay Zeybek Özcan

Antonina Tourism, Turkey

Rabia Odabaşı

Rabia Odabaşı

Marmara University, Turkey

Interpreter

Taylan Başaran

Taylan Başaran

Marmara University, Turkey

Interpreter

Welcome

Dear EAHIL Colleagues, 

   On behalf of the Marmara University Rectorate and International Program Committee & the Local Organizing Committee, it is a great pleasure for us welcoming you to the EAHIL2021 Virtual Workshop in İstanbul. EAHIL 2021 Virtual Workshop will take place between the 5th - 8th of July 2021 on https://eahil.digicon.ist virtual platform. We look forward to having a dynamic meeting with you in the virtual exhibition area to increase the interaction in the workshop! 
   The main theme of the virtual workshop is "Crossing the Bridge: New Challenges, New Opportunities"  The Bridge is connecting Europe and Asia and it's a symbol of Istanbul. The idea of a bridge crossing the Bosphorus dates back to antiquity and it’s a link between the continents. Let's meet where the continents meet!
   EAHIL 2021 Virtual Workshop will have an exceptional keynote speakers. On the 6th of Juy, Prof. Dr.  Messoud Efendiyev from Marmara University and on July 7 Prof.Dr. Rümeyza Kazancıoglu from Bezmialem Vakif University will be with us. The workshop program includes 2 Continuing Education Courses (CEC), 7 Interactive Workshops, and 25+ online oral presentations . At the same time, 16 poster works will be exhibited in the online exhibition and workshop hall . Exhibition area we will be able to hold interactive business meetings with publishers, meeting with medical library association experts all around the world at the Virtual Coffe Breaks.
   EAHIL 2021 online social events will get excited to you! During the workshop you will meet morning yoga events, special opening and closing concerts, online games, virtual art exhibition, virtual live Topkapı Palace Tour. First Timer’s Event and Gala Dinner will provide you with resting, refreshing and relaxing time and get you a different experience with more improved communications. We kindly invite you to join the social events.
 
   We look forward to seeing you at the event!

                                                                                                                                                         Assoc.Prof. Güssün GÜNEŞ

                                                                                                                                        EAHIL2021  Chair of the IPC&LOC Committee

 

Committee

  • Güssün GÜNEŞ

    Assoc. Prof. Güssün GÜNEŞ

    EAHIL2021 Chair of the IPC &LOC Committee, Marmara University, Turkey

  • Tomas ALLEN

    Tomas ALLEN

    WHO, Switzerland

  • Gerhard BISSELS

    Gerhard BISSELS

    Lecturer in Library Innovation, The University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Switzerland

  • Wichor BRAMER

    Wichor BRAMER

    Biomedical information specialist, Erasmus MC (EAHIL2022 host), Netherlands

  • Latifa BOUANZI

    Latifa BOUANZI

    International Agency for Research on Cancer, France

  • Marshall DOZIER

    Marshall DOZIER

    University of Edinburgh, Smaller Territories of the UK

  • Ana-Maria FERRINHO

    Ana-Maria FERRINHO

    Coordinator & Library Liaison for LTC, Canada

  • Ina FOURIE

    Ina FOURIE

    University of Pretoria, South Africa

  • Alice HADDADIN

    Alice HADDADIN

    Director Medical Library and Educational Resources Center King Hussein Cancer Center, Jordan

  • Tiina HEINO

    Tiina HEINO

    Information Specialist, Helsinki University Library, Finland

  • Susana Oliveira HENRIQUES

    Susana Oliveira HENRIQUES

    Head Librarian Lisbon University Medical School, Portugal

  • Witold KOZAKIEWICZ

    Witold KOZAKIEWICZ

    Medical University of Lodz, Poland

  • Alicia Fátima Gómez SÁNCHEZ

    Alicia Fátima Gómez SÁNCHEZ

    TU Wien, Austria

  • Valeria SCOTTI

    Valeria SCOTTI

    Fondazione IRCCS San Matteo of Pavia, Italy

  • Maurella Della SETA

    Maurella Della SETA

    Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Italy

  • Claire STANSFIELD

    University College London, Smaller Territories of the UK

  • Özlem YALÇINKAYA

    Özlem YALÇINKAYA

    Bezmialem University, Turkey

  • Kübra Zayim GEDİK

    Co-Chairman Kübra Zayim GEDİK

    Bezmialem University, Turkey

  • Mustafa Kemal ÇELEBİ

    Mustafa Kemal ÇELEBİ

    Çukurova University, Turkey

  • Huriye ÇOLAKLAR

    Huriye ÇOLAKLAR

    Bartın University, Turkey

  • Yaşar GÖÇER

    Yaşar GÖÇER

    Marmara University, Turkey

  • Nurgül KILIÇ

    Nurgül KILIÇ

    Ankara University, Turkey

  • Ayça AYDEMİR MAZLUMOĞLU

    Ayça AYDEMİR MAZLUMOĞLU

    Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar University, Turkey

  • Abdullah Murat METE

    Abdullah Murat METE

    Tınaztepe University, Turkey

  • Ertaç NEBİOĞLU

    Ertaç NEBİOĞLU

    Koç University, Turkey

  • Nermin NUMANOĞLU

    Nermin NUMANOĞLU

    Marmara University, Turkey

  • Ayşegül TÜRKOĞLU

    Ayşegül TÜRKOĞLU

    Marmara University, Turkey

Important Dates

  • 02.06.2021

    Late Registration Begins : June 2nd 2021

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SpringerNature; We are a global publisher dedicated to providing the best possible service to the whole research community. We help authors to share their discoveries; enable researchers to find, access and understand the work of others and support librarians and institutions with innovations in technology and data. We use our position and our influence to champion the issues that matter to the research community – standing up for science; taking a leading role in open research and being powerful advocates for the highest quality and ethical standards in research.


 

As a global leader in information and analytics, Elsevier helps researchers and healthcare professionals advance science and improve health outcomes for the benefit of society. We do this by facilitating insights and critical decision-making for customers across the global research and health ecosystems. In everything we publish, we uphold the highest standards of quality and integrity at scale to provide value to our customers. We bring that same rigor to our data analytics solutions for researchers, health professionals, academic institutions and funders. We have supported the work of our research and health partners for more than 140 years. Growing from our roots in publishing, we offer knowledge and valuable analytics that help our users make breakthroughs and drive societal progress.

 

 

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For EaZy Solutions serves as a liaison between libraries and scientific publishers. EaZy Solutions provides libraries with easy access to academic information and solutions for its effective management while extending complete local support to the publishers. With its multi-dimensional services and proven record of expertise, EaZy Solutions assures quality communication between libraries and publishers. It is the exclusive representative of the following high profile academic publishers: American Physical Society, Bentham Science, Bioscientifica, Charlesworth Author Services, Dar Almandumah, De Gruyter, Electude, Henry Stewart Publications/HST Talks, IOP Publishing, JSTOR, MSI Eureka, Oxford University Press, Royal Society of Chemistry, SAGE, Signpost, Thieme Verlag, and Total Materia.

 

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Gemini Bilgi Teknolojileri A.Ş.; represents Elsevier Clinical Solutions in Turkey and provides updated /evidence-based clinical decision support solutions and e-resources to Medical Schools and Hospitals. We integrate these platforms to hospital EHR Systems and work closely with EMR Companies as well as Hospital IT departments . With 26 years of experience, Gemini's clinical decision support systems has been widely and efficiently used in more than 70 Medical Faculty ( via ANKOS ) and 63 Training and Research Hospital via ULAKBIM National Licence Agreements. We also offer online medical resources and medical education e-learning platforms to support students and academicians in distance education process.

 

Idealonline, which is developed as a brand of Ideal Kultur Yayıncılık, is a database that gathers Magazines, e-Books, Articles, Symposiums&Congresses and other information resources under one platform; provides extensive information on Turkish sources in the researches areas such as Medicine, Literature, History, Social Sciences, Law, Economics, Economics Business, Innovation, Energy, Religious Studies etc. and makes them available to the readers. Idealonline collects and classifies the information resources produced by institutions and publishers under a single platform, and transforms the information into a searchable/accessible document under certain disciplines. Each article and chapter are recorded separately, the metadata is extracted by entering the citation information such as subject titles, keywords, summary information. In this way, the demand from universities and other educational institutions to our Idealonline database, which collects and presents information under one roof, is increasing day by day.

 

As Online Bilgi, we have been providing services in the field of information services and technologies in our Istanbul and Ankara offices since 2014. Online Bilgi continue to be your solution partner in the field of science and technology with our expert staff with more than 35 years of experience in the sector. We support academics to create solutions that are tailored to their needs by providing a reliable and comprehensive information flow that they can evaluate in their research fields. We enable institutions to compete globally by facilitating access to industry data, up-to-date market research and standard documentation. We provide researchers working under the umbrella of public institutions with the reliable information they need.

 

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Prices

125 / Person
  • On-line Meeting
    Late Registration ( After June 2 2021)

25 / Person
  • On-line CEC
    Half A Day

55 / Person
  • On-line CEC
    All Day

Program

  • 09:00 - 11:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Wolter Kluwers Virtual Live Stand

    Stand Attendants: Vasiliki Makao
     

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  • 10:00 - 16:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    CEC 1 - Theme : Education and literacy  [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]


    ✓ Effectiveness and efficiency in systematic searching

        - Dr.
    Wichor Bramer 

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    Abstract: Experienced information specialists designing searches for systematic reviews will be taught a new method using which exhaustive search strategies can be created much faster maintaining high sensitivity and acceptable precision. Participants will learn a coding structure that helps them create complicated search strategies more easily, optimization methods that help identify extra words on any topic, and methods to semi-automatically translate search strategies between databases and interfaces using macros in MS Word. After demonstrations and exercises with a shared example research question, participants will work in their own database of choice on their own (or their customer's) research question(s). An experienced information specialist will guide them individually through the process. After the workshop the participants will be able to create complex searches that are checked for completeness and have been translated in different databases much faster than with traditional methods. 
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  • 13:00 - 15:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Wolter Kluwers Virtual Live Zoom Booth

    Stand Attendants: Vasiliki Makao
     

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  • 13:00 - 14:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Lunch

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  • 14:00 - 18:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    CEC 2 - Theme : Innovation and services [ Virtual Room : Istanbul ]

     
    ✓ Systematic review production tools – Have-a-go session with Rayyan and Covidence
        

        Jolanda Elmers , Cécile Jaques

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    A
    bstract: To conquer the challenges of the systematic review production process, various special purpose software tools have been developed. These software tools aim to provide tailored support for particular parts of the review process, or in some cases for the entire review production process. This interactive session is designed to provide hands-on experience of the screening process for study selection using two different tools: Rayyan and Covidence. The aim of the course is for information specialists to gain confidence in the use of these tools, with the goal to accompany researchers further in the systematic review screening process. We will use Rayyan and Covidence to simulate the entire screening process, from the import of the references, to the export of the selected references after title/abstract screening. We will also demonstrate in Covidence the bulk-import of articles for the full-text screening process.
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  • 08:30 - 09:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Morning Meditation Club

    - Grounding the day with Mindfulness Meditation
       Trainer: Mesra Şendir

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  • 09:00 - 10:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Opening Ceremony [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]

    ✓ Welcome address:
     
        - Assoc.Prof. Güssün Güneş, EAHIL2021 Chair of the IPC &LOC Committee

        - Lotta Haglund, EAHIL President

        - Vikram Savkar, Vice President & General Manager, Medicine SegmentHealth
    Learning, Research & Practice Wolters Kluwer
          "A Welcome from Wolters Kluwer"
     

       
      Opening Concert 
      Choirmaster : Prof. Dr. Mustafa Uslu


    Convergence on Science: COVID-19

       - Keynote speaker : Prof. Dr. Messoud Efendiyev, Marmara University
       

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  • 10:00 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Gemini Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    Stand Attendants: Özlem Aksu
     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 987872 ]

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  • 10:00 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    EaZy Solutions Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    Stand Attendants: Sıtkı Aktaş
     
    Click here to join the meeting  [ Passcode: 920720 ]

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  • 10:00 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Thieme Virtual Live Zoom Stand

     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 768509 ]

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  • 10:00 - 10:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Coffee Break

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  • 10:30 - 11:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Session 1 : COVID-19 [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]

     

    Moderator : Latifa Bouanzi

     

    Oral Presentations :

     

    ✓ Electronic Library of Medicine – Jordan (ELM):  Jordan Experience in the Digital transformation and managing the COVID-19 Crisis
        - Ghaith Salameh , Alice Haddadin


    ✓ Fundamental lessons from the covid-19 pandemic: perspective of health sciences librarians in Zambia
        - Sarah Gwayi


    ✓ Behavioral changes related to search information and resources among the members of medicine and health departments of Atılım University During Pandemic
        - Emre Hasan Akbayrak , Öznur Selen Kemaloğlu


    ✓ Discussion

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  • 10:30 - 11:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Session 2 : Physical and Virtual [ Virtual Room : Istanbul ]

     

    Moderator : Tiina Heino

     

    Oral Presentations :

     

    ✓ Understanding the pandemic’s impact on content accessibility through Interlibrary loan and document delivery in North American Health Sciences Libraries: A tale of collaboration and triangulation
        - Dr. Kristine Alpi , Jenny Pierce , Jessica Koos , Margaret Hoogland , Debra Rand


    ✓ Fully realising the value of health library and knowledge services
        - Sue Lacey Bryant


    ✓ Value of Digital Object Identifier in academic journals and its influence on social and academic impact: nursing journals experience
        - Elena Pastor-Ramon , Lluís Codina , Cristòfol Rovira


    ✓ Discussion

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  • 10:30 - 11:45

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Interactive Workshop 1 [Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

     

    ✓ Starting a YouTube channel for librarians in 2021

        - Dr.
     
    Sabine Klein , Eli Harriss

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    Abstract: Librarians, especially medical librarians, often present and participate in courses on e.g. databases, systematic searching, reference management software, open access publishing etc. In 2020, due to the pandemic, many of these courses were taught online, and it became apparent that location- and even time-independent courses are popular, especially for some groups of clients (e.g. medical doctors or librarians living in remote areas). After all the virtual communication, have you ever wanted to go one step further and make your own videos with library-related content or to start a YouTube channel? Or wondered how difficult this would be and what it would take in terms of equipment and effort? Or are you considering yourself too shy to talk to a camera? In this workshop, the first steps towards content creation will be discussed: finding your style, learning about video production, and overcoming obstacles. Information and experiences from a new librarian YouTuber will be shared. We aim to create an EAHIL video together.
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  • 11:00 - 14:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Springer Nature Virtual Live Zoom Booth

    Stand Attendants: Selin Şencanlı , Faryal Zubair, Lothar Minicka
     
     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 214779 ]

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  • 11:00 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Elsevier Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    "Elsevier Education speaking slot"
     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 790702 ]

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  • 11:30 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Coffee Break

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  • 12:00 - 13:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Plenary Session 3 : COVID-19 [ Virtual Room Saint Hagia Sofia ]

     

    Moderator : Marshall Dozier


    Oral Presentations :

     

    ✓ Embedded librarian within the World Health Organization’s Incident Management Support Team (IMST): A unique opportunity to bring public health librarianship to the inner circle responding to the  COVID -19 pandemic
        - Tomas Allen


    ✓ preVIEW: a service for central access to COVID-19 preprints
        - Lisa Langnickel , Roman Baum , Johannes Darms , Juliane Fluck


    ✓ Covid Italian Hospital, what is our impact on society ?
        - Valeria Scotti , Annalisa De Silvestri , Funda Topuz , Federica Prati , Luigia Scudeller , Moreno Curti


    ✓ Discussion

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  • 12:00 - 13:15

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Interactive Workshop 2 [Virtual Room : Istanbul ]

     

    ✓ A Framework for implementing science cafes in hospital libraries

        - Dr.
     Maryam Moghadami

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    Abstract: Libraries have long been a place for disseminating and promoting information and knowledge. In the meantime, hospital libraries, according to their mission, have the task of promoting evidence-based information in the field of medicine. Local science cafes are for people to gather to discuss and share knowledge. Science Cafes can have multiple purposes and can be used in a variety of contexts. The first series of Science Café events was organized in Hungary between 2004 and 2010 ("Hungary Sustainable Science Café"). The purpose of this article is to provide a framework for implementing science cafes in hospital libraries in Iran. Method: This study was conducted with a qualitative approach and using a non-structured interview method with librarians and health professionals to implement scientific cafes. A total of 10 medical librarians working in hospital libraries in Iran and 10 specialists in various fields of medicine participated in these interviews. Data analysis was performed using NViVo software. Results : The analysis of the interviews shows that libraries have the necessary potential to set up scientific cafes. From the librarians' point of view, the necessary infrastructure for setting up these cafes is: budget, space, culture of knowledge sharing and human resources. The necessary infrastructure for the implementation of scientific cafes in hospital libraries, according to health experts, also includes: planning and policy-making of hospital managers to hold informal meetings in scientific cafes, changing the beliefs and attitudes of physicians towards sharing. Experiences and information in science cafes, defining new missions for medical libraries and holding training courses for librarians to reach new horizons. Discussion: Hospital libraries in Iran are ready to implement this idea and to set up scientific cafes on the library site need to develop programs and strategies related to the field of knowledge management and attract sponsors to financially support this idea.
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  • 12:00 - 13:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Sponsor Workshop [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

     
        [ 12:00-12:30 ]

    ✓  Locating Grey Literature: With Ovid and on Ovid 
       
        - Michael Fanning

        [ 12:30-13:00 ]

    ✓  Springer Nature Solutions for Health Professionals
       
        - Selin Şencanlı

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  • 12:30 - 13:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Wolter Kluwers Virtual Live Stand

    Stand Attendants: Michael Fanning
     

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  • 12:30 - 16:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Gemini Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    Stand Attendants: Özlem Aksu
     

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  • 13:00 - 17:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Wolter Kluwers Virtual Live Zoom Booth

    Stand Attendants: Emre Sezer
     

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  • 13:00 - 15:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Thieme Virtual Live Zoom Stand

     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 502574 ]

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  • 13:00 - 14:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Lunch Break

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  • 14:00 - 16:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    EaZy Solutions Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    Stand Attendants: Sıtkı Aktaş
     
    Click here to join the meeting  [ Passcode: 755902 ]

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  • 14:00 - 15:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    EAHIL Council Meeting [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]

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  • 15:30 - 17:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Thieme Virtual Live Zoom Stand

     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 532805 ]

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  • 16:00 - 17:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    SIG Meetings [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

    The Public Health Information Group (PHIG)
    Co-chair: Tomas Allen, Ana-Belen Escriva, Mala Mann

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  • 17:00 - 18:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    SIG Meetings [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

    Evaluation and Metrics Group
    Co-chair:   Alicia Fátima Gómez, Valeria Scotti

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  • 18:00 - 19:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    SIG Meetings [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

    Evidence-Based
    Information Group (EBI)
    Co-chair: Thomas Vandendriessche, Jane Falconer

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  • 19:00 - 20:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Reception With First Timers Meeting

     

    ✓ Taking Care of ourselves: Wellbeing practises in a highly stressful sector. Tips & Tricks
         - Nilay Aydoğan

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  • 08:30 - 09:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Morning Meditation Club

    - Grounding the day with Mindfulness Meditation
       Trainer: Mesra Şendir

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  • 09:00 - 10:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Plenary Session [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]

     

    ✓   Medical education during COVID-19 and its future implication
     
         - Keynote speaker : Prof.Dr. Rümeyza Kazancıoğlu, Bezmialem Vakıf University

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  • 10:00 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CET)

     

    EaZy Solutions Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    Stand Attendants: Ayşegül Ciner
     

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  • 10:00 - 11:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Thieme Virtual Live Zoom Stand

     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 445401 ]

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  • 10:00 - 10:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Coffee Break with A Taiwan Medical Library Association (TMLA) President

    - Tzu-heng Chiu & Anne Chen

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  • 10:30 - 11:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Session 4 : Education and Literacy [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]

     

    Moderator: Prof. Dr. Ina Fourie

     

    Oral Presentations :


    ✓ Scientific medical information support for higher medical education
        - Tatyana V. Kaigorodova , Irina A. Kriukova


    ✓ Innovation week: A medical librarian’s role in general surgery curriculum development
        - Vanessa Kitchin


    ✓ Using the steps of evidence-based practice to target a medical science library’s instructional practices for local professional health programs curricula
       - Lecturer Micah J Waltz , Heather K Moberly , Catherine Pepper , Rachel Blume , Sheila Green , Christina Seeger , Stephanie Fulton

    ✓ Use of a pre and post survey to measure intended learning outcomes of information literacy teaching: measuring online teaching during the COVID era
       - Delyth 
    Morris

    ✓ Discussion

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  • 10:30 - 11:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Session 5 : Data and research [ Virtual Room : Istanbul ]

     

    Moderator : Asst. Prof. Dr. Sümeyye Akça

     

    Oral Presentations :


    ✓ Data-driven librarianship: A new service for medical librarians
        - Dr. 
    Maryam Moghadami

    ✓ Addressing the RDM Learning Gaps: The Development of the Research Data Management Librarian Academy (RDMLA)
       - Ashley Thomas , Zhan Hu , Rong Tang , Elaine Martin

    ✓ NFDI4Health – National research data infrastructure for personal health data: The role of libraries
        - Birte Lindstädt , Juliane Fluck , Aliaksandra Shutsko , Jens Dierkes , Christin Döhla

    ✓ Discussion

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  • 10:30 - 11:45

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)
     

    Interactive Workshop 3  [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

     

    ✓ AI approaching us – the future is now

        - Tiina Heino , Katri Larmo

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    Abstract: At libraries, we are in the forefront when systems are developed and developing. It is crucial that we as employees get to know new things and services. In that way, we can promote them to our customers. And not only that we also need to feel safe and ‘uncover the alien’ so we can take them in use. In the first part, we present how we approached to familiarize ourselves and our colleagues with AI. In Finland, we have a national association for health information specialists and librarians Bibliothecarii Medicinae Fenniae ry BMF ry (established 1980). One of our goals in BMF is to support development and innovations in medical and health libraries and information services. To reach this, in the autumn 2019, we organized a seminar about artificial intelligence “AI AI – what is it and what does it do?” With this seminar, we wanted to help our members to get to know the positive things AI enables. Presentations covered an introduction of the basics and possibilities of artificial intelligence, a presentation of chatbot project, a showcase of a tool for indexing, and a demonstration of information retrieval service in patents. In our seminar, also our commercial service provider and publisher partners presented their products and services using AI. In the second part, we introduce two AI-based services. At the Helsinki University Library, we have two services based in the techniques of AI: iris.AI in information seeking and Teqmine, a tool for patent similarity training. In patents, there is huge amount valuable information, it has been expensive and hard working to search in them, now AI is helping us – and our users. Both service providers are startups, now growing bigger. The startup mind setting suits very well to Helsinki University Library, our medical campus library is located in Terkko Health Hub together with startups in medicine and health. Many of these startups’ inventions are based in AI, so also this encourages us to take AI on board!   After each part, we create breakout rooms in which participants are encouraged to discuss their thoughts, like figure out dimensions, pros and cons of usage of AI. After group discussions, we summarize the findings.
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  • 11:30 - 12:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Thieme Virtual Live Zoom Stand

     

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  • 11:30 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Coffee Break

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  • 12:00 - 14:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Wolter Kluwers Virtual Live Stand

    Stand Attendants: Vasiliki Makao
     

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  • 12:00 - 12:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Elsevier Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    "Elsevier CellPress speaking slot"
     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 066214 ]

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  • 12:00 - 13:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Session 6 : Evidence and resources [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]

     

    Oral Presentations :

     

    Moderator : Teresa Lee


    ✓ The importance of tacit knowledge in medical and healthcare organizations during epidemics
         - Dr. 
    Gülcan Palo

     The role of clinical librarian in improving clinical decision making process in pediatric intensive care unit in Tehran children’s medical hospital: An action research
        - Dr. 
    Fatemeh Sheikhshoaei

    ✓ The NICE OECD countries geographic search filters: Finding evidence about OECD countries from MEDLINE and Embase (Ovid) effectively and efficiently
        - Lynda Ayiku , Jayne Jefferies 

     Balancing rigour with speed: PaCERS rapid review methodology
        - Mala Mann

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  • 12:00 - 13:15

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Interactive Workshop 4 [ Virtual Room : Istanbul ]


    ✓ Comparing search strategies : the effects of our choices
       
        - Dr.
     Wichor Bramer

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    Abstract: The goal of the workshop is to compare search strategies created by participants for a certain research topic. The teachers will share as preparation several research topics for which they ask participants to make decisions on about the use of certain databases, the use of various elements (key concepts in the search) and the use of search terms. They are also asked to create a search strategy to retrieve the most relevant references. The search strategies are compared (anonymously) during the workshop. They are scored for effectiveness (retrieving the known relevant references) and efficiency (not retrieving too many irrelevant references). The terms that are used in the search for the various concepts are compared and the concepts that are combined together are compared. Together we decide on the most optimum search strategies and learn the effect of choices that we make in the process.
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  • 12:00 - 13:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Sponsor Workshop [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

     
        [ 12:00-12:30 ]

    ✓  Medical Society Publishers: Open Access and Subscriptions
       
        - Rob Turner

        [ 12:30-13:00 ]

    ✓  The impact of Digital Engagement by Elsevier during Covid-19 
       
        - Itır Öner Filippucci &Mohamed Shahin

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  • 13:00 - 16:00

    Central European Summer Time (CET)

     

    EaZy Solutions Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    Stand Attendants: Ayşegül Ciner
     

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  • 13:00 - 14:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Lunch Break

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  • 14:00 - 15:15

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Interactive Workshop 5 [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]


    ✓ Alternative metrics to drive research priorities: useful or not?

        - Valeria Scotti , Alicia Fatima Gomez , Annalisa De Silvestri , Luigia Scudeller

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    Abstract: The first source of research waste chain is the limited relevance of many research questions to patients. Taking into account their opinion in selecting research priorities should lead to improvement in research and decrease of waste1. Alternative metrics claim to measure research impact2 outside the academic community3. We argue that designing research not only based on systematic reviews of the available evidence (Evidence-Based Research), but also on papers and themes more discussed by the public could bring to a less wasteful research.  We will discuss opportunities and caveats about employing alternative metrics into setting research priorities in light of the developments of open access and the recent pandemic. Opportunities: - the more close to patient’s needs, the more useful research could be - closer scrutiny to research quality and conflicts of interest - more patient’s ownership of research, with potentially higher compliance to study procedures, and better data quality Caveats: - the public interest in disease with highly active advocacy groups could be overrepresented; more common diseases that people don’t like to talk about (STD, zoonosis) will be penalized - sentiment analyses to distinguish between positive and negative comment not easy to perform - volatile nature of social media interest. And many other thing. Two teams made up of 2 members each one in favor of alternative metrics and one against) debate on these issues, in order to bring out the various facets of a subject that is still young in itself, but increasingly rooted in the research community and beyond.
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  • 14:00 - 15:15

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Interactive Workshop 6 [ Virtual Room : Istanbul ]

     

    ✓ Identifying evidence-based medicine instructional opportunities in health science curricular documents for librarians and information specialists

        - Lecturer
     
    Micah J. Waltz , Heather K. Moberly

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    Abstract:  We invite colleagues who provide instructional support to participate in an interactive workshop to learn a qualitative technique, with an inductive approach, to extract data from curricular documents. Participants should bring their institution’s curricular documents to practice the techniques during the workshop.   To develop this technique, we reviewed our university’s human and veterinary health science programs’ curricular documents and clustered similar concepts among the documents. This allowed us to create a rubric to categorize the curricular documents into codable units. Finally, we evaluated the action verbs within the coded units to identify nuanced language.      We developed this technique to advance library instructional support practices for evidence-based practice. The technique allows for the identification of opportunities, standardization and strengthening of library support, and alignment of library instruction with program goals based on published outcomes.   With our guidance, participants will develop a tailored coding rubric and categorize types of data from their curricular documents. We will illustrate how to identify nuanced language embedded within curricular documents using verbs. Participants will and then evaluate elements of language to extract nuance within the individual coding units of their curricular documents. During open work time, participants will discuss and share ideas.   By the end of the workshop, participants will have learned a technique to analyze curricular documents to identify instructional support opportunities. At the end of the workshop, we will brainstorm how to use data from these curricular documents to advance instructional support practices.   As key component of this workshop is participants working with peer groups to share ideas, ask questions, and participate in open discussion.   Examples for the workshop will be in English. However, individuals do not need to translate their curricular documents if they are in a language other than English because participants will be working with their own curricular documents.
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  • 14:00 - 15:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Sponsor Workshops [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

         [ 14:00-14:20 ]
    ✓   The Thieme MedOne platform : - e-textbooks - specialist multimedia content

        - Uwe Stehle

          [ 14:30-15:00 ]
    ✓   Searching Case Reports via Academic Discovery Tool

        - Asst. Prof. Ahmet Müngen

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  • 15:00 - 16:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    SIG Meetings [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

    Pharmaceutical Information Group 
    Chair : Francesca Gualtieri

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  • 15:00 - 17:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Gemini Virtual Live Zoom Stand

    Stand Attendants: Özlem Aksu
     

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  • 15:00 - 17:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Thieme Virtual Live Zoom Stand

     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 283746]

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  • 16:00 - 17:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    SIG Meetings [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

    European Veterinary Libraries Group
    Chair : Fiona Brown

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  • 17:00 - 18:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    SIG Meetings [ Virtual Room : Bosphorus Bridge ]

    TrEDMIL (The Training, Education and Development Group)
    Co-chair: Gerhard Bissels

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  • 19:30 - 21:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Gala Dinner

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  • 08:30 - 09:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Morning Meditation Club

    - Grounding the day with Mindfulness Meditation
       Trainer: Mesra Şendir

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  • 09:00 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Wolter Kluwers Virtual Live Stand

    Stand Attendants: Emre Sezer
     

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  • 09:00 - 10:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Session 7: Innovation and services [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]

     

    Moderator : Assoc. Prof. Bahattin Yalçınkaya

     

    Oral Presentations :


    ✓ Enriching open science landscape in Poland: Polish medical libraries building CRISes and repositories to promote Polish medical research output and facilitate scholarly communication
        - Witold Kozakiewicz ,  Justyna Zawada

    ✓ Building bridges and improving partnerships: Comparing health sciences librarian and healthcare executive competency frameworks
        - Jamie Gray , Nicole Capdarest-Arest

    ✓ Discussion

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  • 09:00 - 10:15

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Interactive Workshop 7 [ Virtual Room Istanbul ]

     

    ✓ Scientific integrity, research misconduct and retractions: What can be the role of research libraries?

        - Dr.
     Jasmin Schmitz

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    AbstractScientific integrity of research is vital for the liability and credibility of science. Nevertheless, there are numerous reports on research misconduct . Research misconduct can be subdivided in several categories such as : · Inventing data, experiments or references. · Falsifying results by omitting data points or data that do not support the hypothesis; manipulating images. · Plagiarism: using someone else’s content or ideas without acknowledgement. This includes self-plagiarism, which means reusing content from one’s own previously published articles. · Authorship issues: Failing to attribute authorship; claiming authorship even though no contribution was made by that person. Examples include ghost authorship and honorary authorship. · Peer Review issues: Improper conduct in the peer review process, in particular discrimination, making false claims or manipulating the process. “Salami slicing”, which means the segmenting of results of a single study into two or more publications, simultaneously submitting a manuscript to multiple scientific journals, supplying false information in grant applications and other application processes or sabotaging experimental set-ups and destroying primary data, or careless choice of publication venues (predatory journals) can be considered as research misconduct as well. If detected, research misconduct should lead to a formal retraction of published results. This step is necessary in order to prevent researchers to work with and/or build on these results. Especially in the medical and health sciences this is essential because applying wrong results might lead to severe damages and or at least misinformation. Research misconduct can either be committed deliberately or by mistake. The latter might occur when these issues are not properly addressed during the training of young academics. The central question of this workshop is therefore: How can research libraries support researchers in order to prevent them from conducting research misconduct inadvertently or due to lack of information, or at least prevent them from applying wrong or fake results? Examples for support services are: providing information on copyright issues and citation practices, courses on reference management to avoid plagiarism, or on how to conduct literature searches, and evaluate search results in order to detect retractions. The interactive workshop addresses colleagues in research libraries that are interested in these topics and do or want to (prospectively) offer services that support researchers.
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  • 10:00 - 10:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Coffee Break

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  • 10:30 - 11:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Plenary Session Turkish Medical Librarians [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]

     

    Moderator : Assist. Prof. Huriye Çolaklar
     
    ✓ Introduction to Medicine and Health Sciences Librarianship in Turkey
         - Assist. Prof. Huriye Çolaklar

    Professional Practices of Medical and Health Sciences Librarianship at Bezmialem Vakıf University Library
        - Lecturer Özlem Yalçınkaya

    ✓ Professional Organization Between Medicine and Health Sciences Librarian in Turkey: University and Research Librarians' Association Medical and Health Sciences Platform’
        - Lecturer Kübra Zayim Gedik

    ✓ Health Sciences Library Services in Turkey: Koc University Example
        - Ertaç Nebioğlu

    ✓ The Effect of Pandemic in Professional Processes and Changes in Practices in This Process
        - Lecturer Abdullah Murat Mete

    ✓ Before and After the Covid 19 Pandemics, the Library Services to the Patients and Academics in the Istanbul Medical Faculty Hospital
        - Lecturer Kemal Öztürk
     

    ✓ Discussion

     



    There will be simultaneous interpreting rendered by Marmara University Faculty of Arts and Sciences Department of Translation and Interpreting (English Language).

    Interpreters: Taylan Başaran and Rabia Odabaşı


     

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  • 11:30 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Thieme Virtual Live Zoom Stand

     
    Click here to join the meeting [ Passcode: 205076]

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  • 11:30 - 12:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Coffee Break with AHILA (The Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa)  President

    - Dr. Grace Ajuwon

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  • 12:00 - 13:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Closing Ceremony [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ] 12:00-12:45

    Closing Concert [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ] 12:45-13:00

    - Aytaj Rzaguliyeva, Fidan Kurt Kasapbaşı, Kemal Görey

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  • 13:00 - 14:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Lunch Break

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  • 14:00 - 15:00

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Plenary Session EAHIL Members [ Virtual Room : Saint Hagia Sofia ]


    ✓ General Assembly

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  • 15:00 - 15:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

    Virtual Coffee Break with MLA (The Medical Library Association ) President

    - Kristine M. Alpi, AHIP, FMLA

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  • 15:30 - 16:30

    Central European Summer Time (CEST)

     

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