Research & Learning Services Librarian
Remote and hybrid work options for health science librarians: A survey of job postings before and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Med Ref Serv Q. 2023 Apr-Jun;42(2):153-162. doi: 10.1080/02763869.2023.2194144.
Petersen D, Grabeel KL, Lindsay LM, Watson C, Dixon M, Kirkpatrick N, Earl M.
Providing consumer health information to the underserved public at remote area medical events in east Tennessee. Journal of Hospital Librarianship. 2021 Apr 20. Available in Scopus: May 2021. [Epub ahead of print]
Lindsay JM, Petersen D, Grabeel KL, Quesenberry AC, Pujol A, Earl M.
Mind like water: Flexibly adapting to serve patrons in the era of COVID-19. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 2021 Jan-Mar;40(1):56-66.
Gray literature searching options: Million Short and Carrot2 search engines Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries. 2021 Feb 11. [Epub ahead of print]
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.
Lindsay JM, Petersen D, Pujol A, Earl M. Analyzing point of care tools through faculty, resident, and stakeholder buy-in: A cautionary tale. Presented at 71st Annual Meeting of the Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association; 2021 Oct 4-7; Virtual.
Petersen D, Earl M, Wilson AQ. Medical resident resource use trends: Looking at the past to inform future decisions. Presented at 71st Annual Meeting of the Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association; 2021 Oct 4-7; Virtual.
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.
Lindsay JM, Harrington R, Petersen D, Earl M, Nunley M, Watson C. Elevating library practice through process improvement teams: The electronic resources task force. Presented at The 69th Annual Meeting of the Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association.; 2019 Oct 10-12; Savannah, GA.Top
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