Assistant Director, Health Information Center
Consumer and patient health
Delivery of health information to patients and consumers
Oelschlegel SI, Earl M, Leonard, K. Consumer health information services and programs: Best practices. London: Rowman & Littlefield; 2016. Chapter 2, The University of Tennessee Medical Centerâ€™s Preston Medical Library and Health Information Center; p. 19-34.
Grabeel KL, Moore JC.
Confronting the opioid crisis with consumer health information: A look at east Tennessee. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 2021 Jan 1;109(1):120-125.
Petersen DW, Earl M, Watson C, Grabeel K.
Influence of library relocation and marketing: Examining zip codes and health disparities to serve consumers in East Tennessee. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 2020 Oct 1;108(4):625-630.
Grabeel KL, Luhrs J.
Elevating literary wellness: A hospital library adds a leisure collection. Journal of Hospital Librarianship. 2020 Apr 21. [Epub ahead of print]
Grabeel KL, Luhrs J, Roberts RE, Earl M.
How one library's health information center expanded its marketing plan. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 2019 Jul-Sep;38(3):218-227.
Tester E, Grabeel KL, Oelschlegel S, Heidel RE, Russomanno J.
Call to action: Librarians promoting health literacy assessments in oral communication. Journal of Hospital Librarianship . 2019 Apr;19(2-3):129-143.
Grabeel KL, Tester E.
Patient education: A change in review. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet. 2018;22(3):229-237.
Oelschlegel S, Grabeel KL, Tester E, Heidel RE, Russomanno J.
Librarians promoting changes in the health care delivery system through systematic assessment. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 2018 Apr-Jun;37(2):142-152.
Leonard K, Oelschlegel S, Tester E, Russomanno J, Heidel RE.
Assessing the print communication and technology attributes of an academic medical center. Health Literacy Research and Practice. 2018 Feb;2(1):e26-e34.
Grabeel KL, Beeler CJ.
Taking the pulse of the University of Tennessee Medical Center's health literacy knowledge. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 2018 Jan-Mar;37(1):89-96.
Grabeel KL, Russomanno J, Oelschlegel S, Tester E, Heidel RE.
Computerized versus hand-scored health literacy tools: A comparison of Simple Measure of Gobbledygook (SMOG) and Flesch-Kincaid in printed patient education materials. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 2018 Jan;106(1):38-45. Epub 2018 Jan 2.
Leonard K, Oelschlegel S, Doyle D.
Collaboration, visibility, and relationship marketing: Driving use and demonstrating value of a consumer health information service. Journal of Hospital Librarianship. 2017 Oct;17(4):272-281. Epub 2017 Sep 12.
Evaluating patient education materials for grade level. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet. 2017 Jan;21(1):87-94.
Lindsay JM, Partee RP, Oelschlegel S, Leonard K.
Mapping the changes to a health information service. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries. 2016;13(3):124-130. Epub 2016 Oct 10.
Lindsay JM, Grabeel KL, Petersen D, Quesenberry A, Earl M. Customer value learning: Market research techniques in libraries. Presented at Charleston Conference on Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition; 2020 Nov 2-6; Charleston, SC.Top
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