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Educating Tomorrows Physicians: the Librarys Role. Presentation to Rutgers University Librarians February 1, 2012. UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb. UMDNJ Mission. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Educating Tomorrows Physicians: the Librarys RolePresentation to Rutgers University Librarians

February 1, 2012

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb1UMDNJ, the states university of the health sciences, is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in:Undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and continuing education of health professionals and scientists;Conduct of biomedical, psychosocial, clinical and public health researchHealth promotion, disease prevention and the delivery of healthcareService to our communities and the entire stateUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebUMDNJ Mission

2UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebLargest stand-alone health sciences university in U.S. 8 schools: GSBS, NJDS, NJMS,RWJMS, SHRP, SN, SOM, SPH, on 5 campusesUMDNJ Student enrollment: 6,909UMDNJ Paid Faculty : 2,936 Volunteer Faculty 4,283Residents & Interns: 1291Post-doctoral Fellows: 175UMDNJ Overview

3RWJMS Students/NB-PISC: 550

RWJMS Students/CAM: 115

GSBS Students/PISC: 513

SPH Students/PISC: 243

UMDNJ-RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebRWJMS / GSBS / SPH Students

4RWJMS / GSBS / SPH Faculty RWJMS Paid Faculty: 1123 RWJMS Volunteer Faculty: 1702 CINJ physicians are RWJMS Faculty GSBS taught by RWJMS Faculty SPH Paid Faculty: 75 SPH Volunteer Faculty: 123

UMDNJ-RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

5Total of 52 programs across 8 schools

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebMDDODMDPhDDCNDNPDPTDrPHMSMBSMSNMPHMasterASAASPost-DoctoralCertificatesPost-BaccalaureateCertificatesUndergraduate CertificatesUMDNJ Degree & Certificate Programs

61961: Rutgers Medical School formed with grant funding from the Kellogg Foundation1970: College of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey established incorporating Rutgers Medical School (80 entering students)1973: LCME grants full accreditation1977: Middlesex General Hospital becomes core teaching hospital1980: Rutgers Medical School at Camden established

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebHistory Highlights

71981: NJ Legislature grants University status (UMDNJ)1982: Student enrollment exceeds 470; opening of Medical Education Building in New Brunswick1986: Medical school and teaching hospital renamed in honor of Robert Wood Johnson III1995: Opening of Clinical Academic Building1997: Cancer Institute of NJs first and only National Cancer Institute -designated Comprehensive Cancer CenterUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebHistory - Highlights

8UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

History - Highlights2003: Research Building in Piscataway opens with 27-state-of-the-art laboratories2005: Child Health Institute of NJ completed2010: Research Awards >$96 million

9UMDNJ faculty, students & staff Volunteer faculty: appointments in each of the 8 schools (clinicians in private practice)House staff: Any physician in an accredited graduate medical education program, including interns, residents, and fellows

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebPrimary Library Users

10What are House staff?

The period of didactic and clinical education in a medical specialty (2-6 years) which follows the completion of a recognized undergraduate medical education & which prepares physicians for the independent practice of medicine in that specialty, also referred to as residency education.

From: ACGME Glossary: http://www.acgme.org/acWebsite/home/home.asp (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education)UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebGraduate Medical Education

11UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

RWJMS House Staff432 Residents 46 Medical Specialties 77.3% American medical graduates Based at RWJUH, Princeton Medical Center, Jersey Shore Medical Center

12Hospital staff at core or major teaching affiliated hospital(s)Affiliated Hospitals: Students, house staff, and physicians with UMDNJ identity have access at remote sites

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

Primary Library Users

13Responsibilities extend beyond traditional academia:Educating the nations health workforce through schools of medicine, nursing, dentistry, etc.Conducting cutting-edge biomedical & clinical research that leads of breakthroughs in the diagnosis & treatment of medical conditionsProviding comprehensive medical care from the basic to the most advanced servicesAHCs are major contributors to economic growth & development & are among the regions largest employersFrom: AAHC http://www.aahcdc.org/Policy/PolicyAgenda.aspx UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebAcademic Health Centers

14Hot Topics Preparing librarians for new roles in E-Science & data curation Integrating links to scholarly literature into the electronic health recordInfusing life-long learning skills / evidence based practice throughout the medical school curriculumAdvancing scholarly communication & advocacy for open access

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebAcademic Health Sciences Libraries

15UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebPrimary Professional Associations Association of Academic Medical Centers (AAMC)

Association of Academic Health Science Libraries (AAHSL)

Medical Library Association (MLA)

Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey (HSLANJ)

16RWJ Library of the Health Sciences

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

Located on the first floor of the Medical Education Building on the New Brunswick Campus of UMDNJ The Medical Education Building, opened in1982, is home to numerous RWJMS Departments including Family Medicine,Medicine, Surgery, Pathology, EmergencyMedicine and Pediatrics.Where we are

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

On the web since February 1996 On mobile smart devices since 2010 Where we areUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

Teaching on the wards and inthe classroomLibrary Channels on the Research, Education and HealthCare tabs of My.UMDNJ.edu

Where we areUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

Making office callsAssisting at the Reference Desk

Who we serve

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

550 Medical Students

432 Residents and InternsWho we serve

513 GSBS Students 243 School of Public Health studentsUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

Who we serve

UMDNJ RWJMS Faculty 1123 paid & 1702 volunteerUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

Who we serve

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital nurses social workers technicians other allied health professionalsRWJUH Attending Physicians surgeons oncologists cardiologists ob/gyn physicians pediatricians neurologists many other medical specialties

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebWhere our users are

Hospitals and ClinicsClassroomInstitutes and Research Facilities

Doctors OfficesUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebMedical student clerkships take place at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Jersey Shore and Princeton.Residents participate in rotations primarily Robert Wood Johnson university Hospital but Family Medicine also has residents at Capital Health in Trenton and Centra State in Freehold. What We DoSupport UMDNJs mission in

Education, Research, Patient care Community outreach

UMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbwebEducationEnsure that scholarly resources are incorporated into the curriculum of RWJMS, GSBS, SPH and the PA program at SHRP

Provide Formal InstructionIntroduction to the Clinical Experience (RWJMS)Patient Centered Medicine (RWJMS)DiME (RWJMS)Ethics Course (GSBS)Funding for Research (GSBS)Evidence Based Medicine (GME - Medicine)Evidence Based Medicine (GME Family Medicine)Provide orientations to students/new facultyProvide persistent links to scholarly resourcesUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

27EducationPartner with faculty and staff on projects that support and promote medical education.

Medical Humanities ProjectLearning Management ToolsParticipate on numerous education committeesMedical Education Research Interest Group (MERIG)CMEDiMEMaster Educators GuildUMDNJ RWJ Library of the Health Sciences http://libraries.umdnj.edu/rwjlbweb

28Did you know?

Listerine was invented in the nineteenth century as a surgical antiseptic. Soon afterward it was sold unsuccessfully as a floor cleaner and a cure for everything from chapped hands to gonorrhea. In the 1920's, however, the makers of Listerine hit pay dirt when they pitched it as a remedy for bad breath. Interestingly, halitosis was not necessarily considered a problem until Listerine made it one.Listerine was pitched as a remedy, but Listerine the company als

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