Tagungen «Meet & Greet»

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Unter dem Titel «Meet & Greet» führt die Kommission «Biomedizinische Bibliotheken» jährlich einen Informations- und Vernetzungsanlass für Medizinische Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare durch. Programm und Präsentationen stehen jeweils hier zur Verfügung.

Meet & Greet virtuell, 3. September 2020

Im Jahr 2020 hat das «Meet&Greet» zum ersten Mal online stattgefunden. Unter dem Titel «Data literacy: needs and competences» diskutierten Referentinnen, Referenten und Teilnehmende die Instrumente und Fähigkeiten, die für den Aufbau von Datenkompetenz in wissenschaftlichen Bibliotheken nötig sind. Die Präsentationen, im PDF-Format und die meisten auch als Video, finden Sie weiter unten.

 

Programm

 

Lydie Echernier, DiSTIC/DIS, University of Geneva

DLCM project: Lessons learned from the implementation of research data management services in Switzerland

Dr. Nuria Plattner, Dr. Michael Horn, Science library, University of Bern

Building a digital toolbox for scientific data handling

Dr. Leo Betschart, Chemistry | Biology | Pharmacy Information Center, ETH Zurich

Record keeping in the digital age. Are you ready?

Gerhard Bissels, University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons

Towards a distance learning course in Medical Librarianship

 

André Hoffmann, Main Library University of Zurich & OpenAIRE National Open Access (Help)Desk

PractisingOpen Science: OpenAIRE'sPerspective

Meet&Greet 2019, Basel

Ausnahmweise fusionierte das Meet&Greet 2019 mit dem Workshop der European Association for Health Information and Libraries (EAHIL), der vom 17. bis 20. Juni 2019 in Basel stattfand. Die Kommission der Biomedizinischen Bibliotheken wirkte als lokales Organisationskomitee für die Veranstaltung, die 330 Teilnehmer/-innen aus ganz Europa begrüsste. Das detaillierte Programm des Workshops und die Liste der Poster befinden sich auf der Website des EAHIL-Workshops 2019.

 

 

«Meet & Greet» vom 27. August 2018, in Bern

Programm

 

Prof. Konrad Förstner, Prof. Ursula Georgy, Prof. Achim Osswald,
TH Köln und ZB MED, Köln, Germany

Keynote lecture: Qualifying medical librarians for current and future challenges

 

Prof. Sissel Guttormsen, Institute of Medical Education, UniBE

Learning with the support of digital tools

 

Annegret Borchard, Cochrane Switzerland and Institute of Social
and Preventive Medicine, UniLA

Cochrane Crowd

 

Teresa Lee, International Agency for Research on Cancer,
IARC/WHO, Lyon, France

Workshop: Negotiating licenses for electronic resources

 

Tom Roper, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Library
and Knowledge Service, Brighton, United Kingdom

Workshop: Introduction to clinical librarianship

 

Maria-Inti Metzendorf, Cochrane Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders Group,
Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf, Germany

Workshop: Searching for and classifying non-randomized-studies (keine Präsentation)

 

Dr. Oliver Obst, Zweigsbibliothek Medizin, WWU Münster, Germany

Workshop: Library services from freshmen to interns

 

 

«Meet & Greet» vom 31. August 2017, in Bern

Programm

 

Prof. Matthias Egger, Swiss National Science Foundation and
Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, UniBE

Keynote lecture: Open Science and Open Data

 

Dominic Tate, Edinburgh University Library, Scotland

Research Data Management in Medical Contexts

 

Prof. Patrick Ruch, Information Sciences Department,
University of Applied Sciences HEG, Geneva

Data and Text Mining

 

Dr. Michel Counotte, Dr. Phi Hung Nguyen,
Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, UniBE

Living Systematic Reviews – from Theory to Implementation

 

Jolanda Elmers, Cécile Jaques
Medical University Library, UniLA

Workshop: Mine and Combine – Text Mining Tools Used for Search Term Identification

 

 

«Meet & Greet» vom 9. September 2016, in Bern

Programm

 

Erik von Elm, Co-Director Cochrane Switzerland
Institut universitaire de médecine sociale et preventive (IUMSP)
CHUV, Lausanne / Switzerland

Swiss national license for the Cochrane Library

 

Alicia F. Gomez-Sanchez, Madrid (presenting); Mar Gonzalez-Cantalejo, Zaragoza; Gaetan Kerdelhue, Rouen; Pablo Iriarte, Lausanne; and Rebeca Isabel-Gomez, Sevilla

Evaluating the information retrieval quality and methodological accuracy of Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis on congenital malformations (2004–2014)

 

Christian Fuhrer, Hauptbibliothek (Main Library),
Head Open Access, University of Zurich

Open Access and Open Science in Europe and Switzerland: things are moving

 

Gerd Antes, Cochrane Germany,
University Medical Center Freiburg

Information specialists: indispensable partners in modern research projects

 

Betsy Anagnostelis, Librarian, Royal Free Hospital Medical Library, London

Developing specialist skills: a training and mentoring scheme for new professional staff joining the Royal Free Hospital Medical Library, UCL Library Services, London

 

Rudolf Mumenthaler, HTW Chur

Do medical librarians need a specialist degree programme?

 

 

«Meet & Greet» vom 10. September 2015, in Basel

Gabi Schneider, Wissenschaftliche Bibliothekarin UB Basel und Swissuniversities

Scientific information: access, processing and safeguarding

 

Pierre-Yves Burgi, Eliane Blumer, Système d'information, Université de Genève

Data Life-Cycle Management

 

Workshop «Social media for researchers» by Guus van den Brekel, Central Medical Library, University Medical Center Groningen

Keeping up to date & (Social Media) Tools for Researchers

Comparing Journal Apps
Album «Basel Workshop»

 

Dieuwke Brand, Medical Information Officer at Wolters Kluwer, The Netherlands

Medline and Embase – characteristics, search strategies, and advanced search options