Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 17/Jun/2019
9:00am
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4:00pm
Board: Official meeting
Location: Room 112

Full day meeting of the EAHIL Executive Board: the President, Past President, Vice President, Treasurer, Honorary Secretary, two other Board members and two Co-opted members.

9:30am
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12:30pm
CEC morning 01
Location: Room 103
 

CEC session

Explaining the method behind our madness: Teaching systematic review search methods

Kaitlin Fuller, Erica Lenton

CEC morning 02
Location: Room 208
 

CEC session

Tips and tricks for clinical librarians: success in an embedded role

Tom Roper, Igor Brbre

CEC morning 03
Location: Room 106
 

CEC session

How To Get the PDF (with or without the help of your library)

Guus van den Brekel, Robin Ottjes

CEC morning 04
Location: Room 107
 

CEC session

Systematic reviews and superpowers: harnessing Information Professionals’ unique skills to improve the conduct and reporting of systematic reviews

Shelley de Kock, Lisa Stirk, Steven Duffy, Caro Noake, Kate Misso, Janine Ross

CEC morning 05
Location: Room -113
 

CEC session

Managing institutional repositories

Laura Muñoz, Victoria Barragan, Veronica Juan

9:30am
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4:30pm
CEC Full Day
Location: Room 035
 

CEC session

Improving efficiency and confidence in systematic searching through an innovative way of searching bibliographic databases

Wichor Bramer, Gerdien de Jonge, Elise Krabbendam, Sabrina Gunput

1:30pm
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4:30pm
CEC afternoon 01
Location: Room 103
 

CEC session

Mining PubMed metadata with Pandas and Jupyter Notebooks

Pablo Iriarte, Floriane Muller

CEC afternoon 02
Location: Medical library, computer room
 

CEC session

Developing an answerable question to design an effective search strategy

Mala Mann

CEC afternoon 03
Location: Room 104
 

CEC session

Searching for and classifying non-randomized studies

Maria-Inti Metzendorf

CEC afternoon 04
Location: Room 107
 

CEC session

Open access as an opportunity for health information professionals

Alicia Fátima Gómez Sánchez, Rebeca Isabel Gómez

CEC afternoon 05
Location: Room -113
 

CEC session

Data Management Plan in Life Science

Cécile Lebrand

5:00pm
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6:30pm
Council: Official meeting
Location: Room 112

The elected EAHIL Councillors  meet formally once a year at the time of the annual EAHIL conference or workshop. The Council is the advisory group for the Board and acts as a link between the members in their country and the Association.

6:45pm
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7:45pm
Networking event: First-timers welcome drink
Location: Main Library, auditorium
Date: Tuesday, 18/Jun/2019
7:50am
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6:00pm
Registration and information desk : open all day
Location: Hallway, ground floor
8:15am
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9:15am
SIG 1: SIG meeting EAHIL-Pharma
Location: Room 112

EAHIL-Pharma brings together information professionals with an interest in drug information. Members work in a variety of organisations, including pharmaceutical industry, higher education, health services and drug information units.

9:30am
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10:45am
Plenary session 1: Welcome address and keynote
Location: Master Lecture Hall
  • Welcome address from EAHIL-Board President Maurella della Seta
  • Welcome address from Prof. Dr. Primo Leo Schär, Dean of Faculty of Medicine University of Basel
  • Welcome address from IPC chair Teresa Lee
  • Welcome address from LOC co-chair
  • Video message by Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization introduced by Ian Roberts, WHO Coordinator Library and Information Networks for Knowledge.
  • Keynote Speech: Professor Dr. Christiane Pauli–Magnus. Head Department of Clinical Research / Head Clinical Trial Unit. UniBasel

    From clinical research departments to bedside – how to build partnerships for evidence-based care

 

10:45am
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11:15am
Coffee Break
Location: Hallway, first floor
11:15am
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12:30pm
Workshop A-01
Location: Room 104
 

Workshop session

Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine: Acting on Challenges, Bridging Disciplines, Sharing Solutions

Catherine Pepper. MLIS. MPH, T. Derek Halling. MLIS. AHIP, Margaret Foster. MS. MPH. AHIP

Workshop A-02
Location: Room 035
 

Workshop session

Library Carpentry and medical libraries: How to acquire software and data skills as information professionals?

Evamaria Krause, Daniel Bangert, Konrad Förstner

Workshop A-03
Location: Room 105
 

Workshop session

PICO Search: Unlocking the Cochrane Data Vault

Deirdre Beecher, Chris Mavergames

Workshop A-04
Location: Room 212
 

Workshop session

Surveying the Systematic Review Support Landscape: A Content Analysis of LibGuides

Katharine Alix Hayden, Zahra Premji, Helen Pethrick, Jennifer Lee, Heather Ganshorn

Workshop A-05
Location: Room 103
 

Workshop session

Teaching at scale: Effective methods of information skills development in large and diverse user populations. A TeachMeet

Fiona Brown, Marshall Dozier, Ruth Jenkins, Donna Watson

Workshop A-06
Location: Room 106
 

Workshop session

Medical Subject Headings translation process in the times without MTMS

Filip Kriz, Lenka Maixnerova

Workshop A-07
Location: Room 107
 

Workshop session

Research Data Management services & the Library: where do you stand ? (1)

Jean-Blaise Claivaz, Floriane Muller

     
12:30pm
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2:00pm
L1: Lunch & Exhibitors visiting
Location: Hallway, first floor
1:00pm
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2:00pm
SIG 2: SIG meeting PHIG
Location: Room 103

The Public Health Information Group (PHIG) of EAHIL is a forum for information professionals in public health libraries and information centres and all other information professionals interested in public health issues in Europe.

1:30pm
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2:00pm
Vendor session V-1: F1000
Location: Room 119
 

Product presentation

Discover, write, publish: an open approach to the research lifecycle

Chris Murawski

Vendor session V-2: Wolters Kluwer
Location: Room 114
 

Product presentation

AI at the Point of Care: The Value of Teaching VisualDx to Your Clinicians

Annechino Michael J.

Vendor session V-3: Karger
Location: Room 107
 

Product presentation

Open Access and the Changing World of Scholarly Research

Moritz Thommen, Julia Kersebaum, Bayley Beth

Vendor session V-4: Third Iron
Location: Room 117
 

Product presentation

Improving Researcher Workflow with One-Click Access to Content in Discovery Services, PubMed, and the Open Web.

Aaron Maierhofer

Vendor session V-5: NEJM (Starts at 1:40 pm)
Location: Room 118
 

Product presentation

NEJM Group supports the entire patient care continuum

Patrice Skelley

2:00pm
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3:15pm
Workshop B-01
Location: Room 103
 

Workshop session

Research Data Management services & the Library: where do you stand ? (2 - an UnConference)

Jean-Blaise Claivaz, Floriane Muller

Workshop B-02
Location: Room 035
 

Workshop session

Developing new leaders: Learn from the Canadian experience based upon a unique leadership institute presented by the Canadian Health Libraries Association (2 x 75 min)

Sandy Iverson, Miriam Ticoll

Workshop B-03
Location: Room 104
 

Workshop session

Embedding knowledge in the transformation of healthcare: a manifesto (2 x 75 min)

Alison Turner, Suzanne Wilson, Anne Gray

Workshop B-04
Location: Room 212
 

Workshop session

Human and artificial intelligence: new technologies and processes to find studies for systematic reviews ( 2 x 75 min)

James Thomas, Anna Noel-Storr, Claire Stansfield

Workshop B-05
Location: Room 105
 

Workshop session

Competences needed for research data management in libraries - Do we need right skills or the right persons? (2 x 75 min)

Mari Elisa "MEK" Kuusniemi, Siiri Fuchs, Katri Larmo, Tiina Heino

Workshop B-06
Location: Main Library, auditorium

The start of the session is postponed to 2:15 pm in order to allow participants enough time to get to the Main Library Building.

 

Workshop session

Setting up a systematic review service – Experiences, tips, and questions. A fishbowl moderated by three different libraries (2 x 75 min)

Hannah Ewald, Heidrun Janka, Volker Braun

Workshop B-07
Location: Room 106
 

Workshop session

The future of dynamic Special Interest Groups in EAHIL: Shaping the scope and activities of the new Evidence-based Information SIG (2 x 75 min)

Marshall Dozier, Alicia Fátima Gómez-Sánchez, Krizia Tuand, Thomas Vandendriessche

     
3:15pm
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3:45pm
Coffee Break
Location: Hallway, first floor
3:45pm
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5:00pm
Special session 01
Location: Main Library, room 114
 

Special session

"EAHIL Basel Escape game"

Marylène Grzesiak, Adélaïde Offner, Jolanda Elmers

Workshop B-02 Cont'd: Developing new leaders
Location: Room 035
Workshop B-03 Cont'd: Embedding knowledge in the transformation of healthcare
Location: Room 104
Workshop B-04 Cont'd: Human and artificial intelligence
Location: Room 212
Workshop B-05 Cont'd: Competences needed for research data management in libraries
Location: Room 105
Workshop B-06 Cont'd: Setting up a systematic review service
Location: Room 107
Workshop B-07 Cont'd: The future of dynamic Special Interest Groups in EAHIL
Location: Room 106
Workshop C-01
Location: Room 103
 

Workshop session

Identifying Research Ideas in Your Day-to-Day Work

Sandy Campbell

   
5:00pm
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6:00pm
SIG 3: SIG meeting Metrics
Location: Room 103

The Evaluation and Metrics group brings together and connects all members who are interested in research impact and its measurement.

6:00pm
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7:30pm
Networking event 1: Welcome reception
Location: Wildt'sches Haus, Petersplatz

The welcome reception will take place at Wildt'sches Haus, Petersplatz, an historical baroque building

Date: Wednesday, 19/Jun/2019
7:50am
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6:00pm
Registration and information desk : open all day
Location: Hallway, ground floor
8:00am
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9:00am
SIG 4: SIG meeting TrEDMIL
Location: Room 111

>The Training, Education and Development for Medical Information and Library professionals (TrEDMIL) works to identify and provide training and education opportunities for our profession, both for new entrants to the profession, and for practitioners who need to update and develop their skills and knowledge.

9:00am
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10:15am
Workshop D-01
Location: Room 104
 

Workshop session

Let's work together on a publication strategy guideline

Alicia Fátima Gómez Sánchez, Giuse Ardita, Valeria Scotti

Workshop D-02
Location: Main Library, auditorium
 

Workshop session

Meaningful and Strategic Alignment – A Roadmap for Library Success

M.J. Tooey

Workshop D-03
Location: Room 103
 

Workshop session

Better than presentations – workshop facilitating skills as new competencies for (health) library professionals – introducing and testing interactive methods (2 x 75 min)

Ghislaine Declève, Karen Johanne Buset, Tuulevi Ovaska

Workshop D-04
Location: Room 106
 

Workshop session

EndNote more than a reference tool (2 x 75 min)

Wichor Bramer, Gerdien de Jonge, Sabrina Gunput, Elise Krabbendam

Workshop D-05
Location: Room 107
 

Workshop session

Research Data Management in the Biomedical Sciences: how can a librarian join the game? (2 x 75 min)

Thomas Vandendriessche, Krizia Tuand

Workshop D-06
Location: Room 035
 

Workshop session

Same quality, less time? Search methods for rapid reviews (2 x 75 min)

Irma Klerings, Mala Mann, Becky Skidmore, Claire Stansfield

Workshop D-07
Location: Room 105
 

Workshop session

PRESSing your search strategies and AMSTARing your systematic reviews: have a go session (2 x 75 min)

Alison Bethel, Morwenna Rogers

 
10:15am
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10:45am
Coffee Break
Location: Hallway, first floor
10:45am
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12:00pm
Workshop D-03 Cont'd: Better than presentations...
Location: Room 103
Workshop D-04 Cont'd: EndNote more than a reference tool
Location: Room 106
Workshop D-05 Cont'd: Research Data Management in the Biomedical Sciences
Location: Room 107
Workshop D-06 Cont'd: Search methods for rapid reviews
Location: Room 035
Workshop D-07 Cont'd: PRESSing your search strategies...
Location: Room 105
Workshop E-01
Location: Room 104
 

Workshop session

Open Access to Health Information: A Social Justice Issue

Caitlin Pike

Workshop E-02
Location: Main Library, auditorium
 

Workshop session

Health libraries: sharing through gaming

Alicia Fátima Gómez-Sánchez, Gaetan Kerdelhue, Rebeca Isabel-Gómez, Pablo Iriarte, Mar González-Cantalejo, Floriane S. Muller

 
12:00pm
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12:45pm
Plenary session 2: Poster presentations
Location: Master Lecture Hall
12:45pm
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2:15pm
L2: Lunch & Exhibitors visiting
Location: Hallway, first floor
1:15pm
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2:45pm
SIG 5: SIG meeting Evidence-based Information
Location: Room 105

This new group will be launched during the EAHIL 2019 workshop.

Sponsored masterclass: Needles in the Haystack : a session by Karger Publishers and Quertle
Location: Room 103
2:45pm
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3:15pm
Vendor session V-6: 3D4 Medical
Location: Room 117
 

Product presentation

Transforming anatomy education with 3D, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality

Helen Zidon

Vendor session V-7: Jove
Location: Room 114
 

Product presentation

The JoVE Clinical Solution: video and interactive learning content for the modern medical and health information landscape

Marco Stella, Eleftheriadou Marita

Vendor session V-8: Karger
Location: Room 107
 

Product presentation

“Dear publisher, I always wanted to tell you…”

Kristina Lasotta

 
2:55pm
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3:15pm
Vendor session V-9: Springer Nature
Location: Room 119
 

Product presentation

Hospitals and Health at Springer Nature – customized solutions

David Huybens, Nadja Madani

Vendor sessions V-10: RSNA
Location: Room 118
 

Product presentation

RSNA's Prestigious Journals Continue to Lead the Field of Radiology

Margarita Wind

3:15pm
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3:45pm
Coffee Break
Location: Hallway, first floor
3:45pm
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5:00pm
Special session 02
Location: Room 113
 

Special session

Special session (till 5:15 pm) : "All hail the fail"

Maria-Inti Metzendorf, Teresa Lee

Special session 03: Repetition of "EAHIL Basel escape game"
Location: Main Library, room 114
Workshop F-02
Location: Room 103
 

Workshop session

Implementing FAIR principles within the Life Sciences – build micro-learning sequences

Mathilde Panes, Eliane Blumer, - Fantin Reichler

Workshop F-03
Location: Room 105
 

Workshop session

The Value of Librarians for Health Governance

Irina Ibragimova, Helena Korjonen

Workshop F-04
Location: Room 104
 

Workshop session

Real World Evidence: What is it and how will it impact the work of librarians/information specialists?

Janice Yu Chen Kung, Dagmara Chojecki, Lisa Tjosvold

Workshop F-05
Location: Room 035
 

Workshop session

Search strategy library: testing and evaluating a resource for sharing literature searches and blocks

Lina Gulhane

Workshop F-06
Location: Room 106
 

Workshop session

Support Services for Scientists - A brainstorming session

Claudia Wöckel

 
5:00pm
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6:00pm
SIG 6: SIG meeting EVLG
Location: Room 212

The aim of the European Veterinaries Libraries Group (EVLG) is to unite all those who are interested in and/or employed in the animal health information field. It’s also to develop and encourage cooperation between libraries in veterinary medicine and to present a forum to exchange ideas and to discuss mutual problems.

7:00pm
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11:30pm
Networking event 2: Official Dinner
Location: Safran Zunft, Gerbergasse

The EAHIL 2019 official diner will take place in Restaurant Safran Zunft Basel

Date: Thursday, 20/Jun/2019
8:30am
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4:00pm
Registration and information desk : open all day
Location: Hallway, ground floor
9:00am
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10:15am
Workshop G-01
Location: Room 103
 

Workshop session

Finding qualitative research for evidence syntheses: how to search for and identify the literature

Morwenna Rogers, Alison Bethel

Workshop G-02
Location: Room 106
 

Workshop session

Graphic Medicine for Health Librarians: Developing & Using Comics for Information Resources

Jane Burns, Anja Johansen, Idun Knutsdatter Østerdal

Workshop G-03
Location: Room 104
 

Workshop session

Playing together! Collaborations to support optimal research data management in life and medical sciences

Silke Bellanger

Workshop G-04
Location: Room 035
 

Workshop session

Predatory Publishing - how to detect questionable journals?

Jasmin Schmitz

Workshop G-05
Location: Room 107
 

Workshop session

Planning new medical library facilities

Isabelle de Kaenel, Alexia Trombert

Workshop G-06
Location: Room 114
 

Workshop session

Evidence-based veterinary medicine and the librarian: what do we do and how can we make it better?

Fiona Joan Laird Brown, Heather K Moberly, Emma Place

Workshop repetition 01: Repetition of workshop A-01 : Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine: Acting on Challenges, Bridging Disciplines, Sharing Solutions
Location: Room 105
 
10:15am
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10:45am
Coffee Break
Location: Hallway, first floor
10:45am
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11:30am
Plenary session 3: “Shaping and envisioning library services for students” : a round table
Location: Master Lecture Hall

Participants of the round table :

  • Dr. Oliver Obst, Head Medical Library University of Münster
  • Mrs Tabea Stössel, third-year medical student University of Basel
  • Dr. Michael Wilde, Coordinator Medical Studies Medical Faculty University of Basel
  • Moderation: Dr. Alice Keller, Senior Librarian Collection Development Zentralbibliothek Zürich, designated director University Library of Basel

The round table will be followed by the general assembly and closing ceremony

11:30am
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1:00pm
Plenary session 4: General Assembly and closing ceremony
Location: Master Lecture Hall
Chair: Maurella Della Seta
  • EAHIL General Assembly
  • EAHIL 2020 presentation
  • Awards and Closing ceremony
1:00pm
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2:30pm
L3: Lunch
Location: Hallway, first floor
1:30pm
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2:30pm
SIG 7: SIG meeting MESH
Location: Room 103

The Medical Subject Headings Information (MeSH) special interest group translated MeSH is co-chaired by Gun Brit Knutssøn (Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden) and Maurella Della Seta (Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome, Italy). Both institutions have a long experience in this field since they started translating the MeSH in Swedish and in Italian, respectively, more than a decade ago.

1:40pm
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2:00pm
Vendor session V-11: Elsevier
Location: Room 117
 

Product presentation

'What if your students, faculty and clinicians could…?'

Emilius Katrin, Muntslag Roquillo

2:30pm
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4:00pm
Tours & Visits: Tours and Visits
Location: Entrance Hall, ground floor

List of library and cultural tours and visits on Thursday 20th afternoon, included in the workshop registration fees.

  • Basel University Library
  • University Medical Library
  • The Pharmacy Museum of the University of Basel
  • Historical walk : Black death in Basel
  • Health and Disease in Ancient Greece : a Tour of the Skulpturhalle Basel
  • The botanical garden

Date: Friday, 21/Jun/2019
8:00am
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4:00pm
Post-workshop Events: Friday post workshop visits
Location: Individual meeting points

On Friday 21st, for delegates wishing to extend their stay, post-workshop visits will be devoted to Design & Architecture. All visits will be in English.

Minimum participants : 8

Maximum participants : see descriptions

Basel : the "pharmaceutical city" (whole day)

  1. Basel : the "pharmaceutical city" (whole day)
  2. Basel : bike tour "Three countries within one hour" (half day)
  3. Zurich : City Tour, Architecture and Libraries (whole day)


 
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