Library liaison for Dental Medicine, Health Informatics, Nutrition, Nurse Anesthesia, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, and Public Health.
Beth has a BA from Cornell University, an MLIS from University of South Carolina, and is a Senior Member of the Medical Library Association's Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP). She is a guest lecturer in the liaison areas, and affiliated faculty for the Department of Physical Therapy in PTH514: Scientific Inquiry I. She was a Spring 2015 fellow at the National Library of Medicine's Georgia Biomedical Informatics Course, attended the University of Pittsburgh's Systematic Review Workshop in 2016, and Dartmouth's Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute for Evidence-Based Practice for Medical Librarians in 2011. She is active with the North Atlantic Health Sciences Libraries regional chapter of the MLA as well as Maine's Health Sciences Libraries and Information Consortium.
health sciences librarianship
faculty-librarian collaboration teaching evidence-based practice
Strout KA, David DJ, Dyer EJ, Gray RC, Robnett RH, Howard EP. Behavioral interventions in six dimensions of wellness that protect the cognitive health of community-dwelling older adults: a systematic review. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2016; 64(5):944-958.