Stephen Abram, Vice President Innovation, Sirsi Corporation
Stephen Abram, MLS, is President 2004-2005 of the Canadian Library Association and Vice President Innovation of Sirsi Corporation. He has been VP of Corporate Development for Micromedia ProQuest and Publisher Electronic Information for Thomson. He ran libraries for Coopers & Lybrand and Hay Group. Stephen has been listed by Library Journal as one of the top 50 people influencing the future of libraries and librarianship. He has been awarded SLA's John Cotton Dana Award as well as being a Fellow of the SLA. He was Canadian Special Librarian of the Year and Alumni of the Year for the Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto. He gives over 45 international keynote talks annually to library and information industry conferences.
Greg Bak, Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment (CCOHTA), Ottawa, ON
Greg Bak (MLIS, PhD) is Information Specialist for the COMPUS directorate of CCOHTA. In addition to providing expert search services, Greg contributes to the development of various electronic and physical collections and catalogues. Greg previously worked as Information and Content Specialist for the HIV/AIDS Affiliate of the CHN.
Janet Bangma, Health Sciences Library, University of Saskatchewan Libraries, Saskatoon, SK
Janet Bangma is the Head of the Health Sciences Library at the University of Saskatchewan. Prior to that she was Head, Outreach Services at East Carolina University in North Carolina. She holds Master degrees in Library and Information Studies from Dalhousie University as well as a Master degree in Education with a specialty in Information Technology from East Carolina University. Janet is active in the Saskatchewan Health Libraries Association (SHLA) of which she is past president. She is currently co-chair of the SHLA Taskforce to the Saskatchewan Academic Health Sciences Network.
Eugene Barsky, St. John’s College – UBC, Vancouver, BC
Eugene Barsky is currently a graduate student in the MLIS programme at UBC's School of Library, Archival and Information Studies. He works as a student reference librarian at two of UBC's biomedical libraries. He has been involved in academic health sciences research for the last five years. Eugene holds a BSc in Psychology and Behavioral Sciences and works at UBC's Mental Health Evaluation & Community Consultation Unit in the Faculty of Medicine.
Joan C. Bartlett, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, McGill University, Montreal, PQ
Joan Bartlett is an Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies at McGill University, where she teaches in the areas of health information, bioinformatics and information literacy. Her current research interests revolve around information behaviour and information interaction, particularly in the context of biomedical and bioinformatics information.
Amy Beaith, Saskatoon Health Region Medical Library, Saskatoon, SK
Amy Beaith is a Reference Librarian for the Saskatoon Health Region, where she provides reference & training support. She moved to Saskatchewan from Ontario in July 2004, where she completed a MISt. at the University of Toronto and held positions at the Centre for Criminology Library and the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario.
Dianne Beal, Librarian, Toronto Public Health Library, Toronto, ON
Dianne Beal has been a librarian with the former City of Scarborough, and the amalgamated City of Toronto for over 20 years. She is a member of the Ontario Public Health Libraries Association since its inception, and currently serves as Treasurer. She represents the library on the Toronto Public Health Copyright Workgroup.
Hakim Bishawi, Tawam Hospital, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates
Hakim Bishawi has been working as a Medical Librarian at Tawam Hospital in the UAE since1996. Previously he worked at College of Medical Professions in Palestine. He got his Diploma from Palestine in 1986 and Bachelors degree in Library Science in 02. Hakim presented 11 papers at conferences in Lebanon, Iran, Pakistan, Egypt, UAE, Qatar, and Canada. He participates in CME program at Tawam and presents talks on regular basis. He is a member at MLA and CHLA.
Cara Bradley, Health Sciences Library, Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, Regina, SK
Cara Bradley, MA, MLIS, is Client Services Librarian for the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, where she provides reference, research, and instructional services. Her interests include creating and realizing unique outreach opportunities, meeting the information needs of pharmacists, and evidence-based librarianship. She is currently President of the Saskatchewan Health Libraries Association.
Beverly Brown, CISTI/ICIST, Ottawa, ON
Bev began her career as a technical and reference services librarian first at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and then at the University of Manitoba Health Sciences Library. In 1996 she joined CISTI as Coordinator for DOCLINE in Canada and as CISTI's representative to the health library community. More recently, she has also been responsible for managing copyright for document delivery and coordinating the work of CISTI's Committee on Health Sciences Information.
Melanie Browne, Information Specialist, Sidney Liswood Library, Mt Sinai Hospital, Toronto, ON
Melanie Browne has worked in various research positions at the University of Western Ontario as well as at the London Health Sciences Centre. She worked at the Graduate Resource Centre Library and then served an internship with the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, London Tax office Library. In 2002, she published two articles in the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery.
Don H. Buchanan, Children’s Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences, Hamilton, ON
Don Buchanan is the Coordinator of the Child & Youth Health Partnership at McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences. He was involved in the development of the Health Resource Centres at Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation, as well as developing the Community Education Service. He has an interest in helping families and patients learn more about their health and the problems that bring them to the Children’s Hospital, and in studying ways to engage people more actively in that learning.
Christine Chang, SMARTRISK, Injury Prevention Affiliate of the Canadian Health Network (CHN), Ottawa, ON
Christine Chang (MA, MISt) is the Health Information and Promotion Specialist at SMARTRISK, the Injury Prevention Affiliate of the Canadian Health Network (CHN). Christine develops and manages the collection of resources for the Injury Prevention area of CHN. She is also responsible for the promotion of CHN amongst health practitioners and consumers.
Mary Chipanshi, Health Sciences Library, Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, Regina, SK
Mary Chipanshi, BA, MLS, AHIP is currently working as a Client Services Librarian at the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. In addition to her role as a liaison to the Department of Population and Public Health she is actively involved in library instruction in the context of evidence based practice to hospital physicians, interns, nurses and employees of the Region.
Rita Dahlie, UBC Woodward Biomedical Library, Vancouver, BC
Rita Dahlie is the Head of the Woodward Biomedical Library at the University of British Columbia. Immediately prior to joining UBC, Rita was the Manager of the Western Regional Operating Centre for the Canadian Health Network, an electronic health information service located at Vancouver Public Library.
Ellen Detlefsen, Department of Library & Information Science, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Ellen Detlefsen is a tenured faculty member in the School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, with a joint appointment in the Center for Biomedical Informatics, School of Medicine. Her expertise includes health sciences information, resources for special populations, and medical informatics. She speaks and writes on information behaviors, consumer healthcare information, and medical informatics.
Mary Jo Dorsey, Richard M. Johnston Health Sciences Library, The Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
Mary Jo Dorsey is Director of the Health Sciences Library and Patient and Family Education Center at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh. She is currently completing the PhD in Library and Information Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh where she is an adjunct faculty member in the School of Information Sciences.)
Ada Ducas, Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library, Winnipeg, MB
Ada Ducas is the Head of the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library. She holds the rank of Full Librarian at the University of Manitoba and is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine. She has a wide range of experience in hospital administration, university libraries, the information infrastructure and knowledge management. Mrs. Ducas has worked with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority to implement an agreement that transferred the management of the hospital libraries in the city from the WRHA to the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library. She is also working on a plan to provide access to knowledge-based information in Manitoba to all rural health care professionals.
Joanne Franko, Saskatoon Health Region Medical Library, Saskatoon, SK
Since November 2001, Joanne Franko, R.D., M.Sc., has managed the Medical Libraries in Saskatoon Health Region, as part of the Research Services Unit portfolio. She was a member of the Saskatchewan Health Libraries Association Taskforce that prepared the Saskatchewan Heath Information Partnership proposal and is responsible for its implementation within Saskatoon Health Region
Margaret Fulford, Faculty Librarian, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Margaret Fulford is Faculty Librarian at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. She has also worked for the Toronto Reference Library, CBC Music Library, and Canadian Health Network. She edited The Canadian Women's Movement, 1960-1990: A Guide to Archival Resources, and she co-authored the CRTC's thesaurus.
Lori Giles-Smith, Health Sciences Centre Librarian, Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library, University of Manitoba Libraries, Winnipeg, MN
Lori Giles-Smith is the Health Sciences Centre Librarian at the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library, University of Manitoba. Lori works closely with the HSC staff, providing reference, training, and literature search services. Among her other duties, Lori is responsible for a large Consumer Health Collection. She is also the current editor of Info-RX, the online newsletter of the Health Sciences Libraries.
Dean Giustini, UBC Library, Vancouver, BC
Dean Giustini is the UBC Biomedical Branch librarian at Canada's second largest tertiary care hospital, VGH. He teaches health-related online searching at UBC library and coordinates the health libraries course at SLAIS. Recently, he spoke at the UBC Faculty of Pharmacy conference and participated as a clinical librarian in the evidence-based themes for the medical school.
Tania Gottschalk, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA), Winnipeg, MB
Tania Gottschalk is the Outreach and WRHA librarian with the University of Manitoba Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library. For the past five years she has been actively involved in the amalgamation of Winnipeg's hospital libraries into a program administered through the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library. She provides training, literature searches, and document delivery support to the staff of the WRHA corporate and community offices.
Gillian Griffith, Bracken Health Sciences Library, Kingston, ON
Gillian Griffith is currently a Clinical Outreach Services Librarian at the Bracken Health Sciences Library at Queen's University in Kingston. Her time is shared between public services resposibilities within the academic environment and providing customized library services to community health care partners within the Southeastern Ontario region. Prior to her appointment at Queen's, she held positions as Archivist at Kingston General Hospital and as a corporate librarian at RBC Insurance. On the side, Gillian creates indexes for scholarly publications.
Susan Himel, Trillium Health Centre, Mississauga, ON
Susan Himel, a bilingual Health Promotion Consultant, is the Coordinator of the Health Information and Wellness Department at the Trillium Health Centre in Mississauga and Toronto. She has worked for over ten years in health promotion and environmental protection. She holds a Masters degree in Environmental Studies from York University. Prior to joining Trillium, Susan contributed to a number of innovative provincial and national initiatives, including the Ontario Stroke Prevention Initiative, Prevention Dividend Project (PDP), Canadian Policy Research Network's Quality of Life Indicators Project, Canadian Health Network, Best Start Resource Centre, and the Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse. Susan is both the current Chair of the Ontario Hospital Health Promotion Network (OHHPN), the Acting Convenor of the national Consumer Health Information Providers Interest Group (CHIPIG), and sits as an Affiliate representative for these groups on the Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (OCDPA). Locally, she also sits on the Steering Committee of the Peel Heart Health Network.
Chris Jasek, UCD (User Centered Design) Manager, Elsevier
Chris Jasek has Masters Degree in Human Factors Engineering and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Illinois. He has worked for 9 years in the field of user-centered design for LexisNexis and Elsevier. In his present position as User Centered Design Manager he helped form the Elsevier User Centered Design Group and integrate the UCD process into the organization. He has researched user needs and worked on the user interface design for many products, such as nexis.com, ScienceDirect, Scopus, Meridian and ENCompass.
Syd Jones, Director, Library Services, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, ON
Syd Jones, Director of Library Services at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health since 2000, has had a varied career. He worked at McGill University Libraries, ISM Canada, and the Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. Following the amalgamation of public library service in the City of Toronto, he became Director of Marketing and Communications for the new Toronto Public Library. He also served as President of the Canadian Library Association in 1998-99.
Janet Joyce, Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment (CCOHTA), Ottawa, ON
Janet Joyce is Director of Library and Information Services for the Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment (CCOHTA). CCOHTA is an independent, not-for-profit organization funded by Canada's federal, provincial and territorial governments. There are three directorates – Health Technology Assessment; Common Drug Review (CDR) and the Canadian Optimal Medication Prescribing and Utilization Service (COMPUS); and Corporate Services.
Heather Kemp, Information Specialist, Halton Region Health Department, ON
Heather Kemp is the Information Specialist for the Halton Region Health Department. She has worked in the public health field for 4 years, after coming from a special library background. She has had the opportunity to set up two Learning Resource Centres to help support staff with public health research and evidence based health promotion.
Sandra Kendall, Director, Sidney Liswood Library, Mt Sinai Hospital, Toronto, ON
Sandra Kendall has worked in the for-profit sectors as well as public libraries, academic libraries and as a library services consultant. She has launched libraries, created and re-designed space plans, re-positioned libraries and yes, sometimes has had to close libraries. “Medical librarianship is challenging and intellectually rewarding. This "bottom-line" of best patient care services is something that you do not have the pleasure of pursuing elsewhere”. After but five years as the Director of Library Services for Mount Sinai Hospital, Sandra is still surprised at the difference the library makes to clinical decision making and she is looking forward to more possibilities in hospital librarianship.
Anita Lambert-Lanning MLS, University of Toronto Department of Family & Community Medicine & The College of Family Physicians of Canada National Research System (NaReS), Mississauga, ON
Anita Lambert-Lanning BA, MLS is the Research Information Coordinator for the National Research System (NaReS) at the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) Mississauga, ON. She worked as a research librarian at DFCM UofT & UHN (1989-2002) & served on the THLA executive from 1998-01. Anita co-edited a "Workbook for the completion of the DFCM UofT Resident Academic Project” with Rita Shaughnessy (’95) & developed “Net Explorations: Finding the Internet evidence” (‘97) & continues working in the undergrad program at UofT DFCM. Anita is co-investigator of studies about clinical guideline use in family medicine (FM), FM website development, a qualitative study of family physician response to community needs, & an e-poster on integrating medical informatics (MI) into the UofT medical undergrad curriculum based on a study published in BMC.* Anita completed her honors BA in Communication Studies at York U-‘88, MLS UofT ’94 & an MI fellowship week with NLM in 2002.
Gloria J. Leckie, PhD, Associate Dean, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON
Gloria Leckie holds a B.A. from the University of Windsor, and her MLIS, and MA and PhD in Geography from the University of Western Ontario. She was a librarian at the National Research Council, Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, the CIP Program of the National Library of Canada, and the Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel of the University of Western Ontario. Gloria has been with the graduate program in Library and Information Science at Western since 1989. Her areas of teaching include cataloguing, foundations of LIS, academic libraries and information seeking behaviour.
Ilo-Katryn Maimets, Steacie Science and Engineering Library, York University, Toronto, ON
Ilo-Katryn Maimets is currently a science librarian at the Steacie Science and Engineering Library at York University. She has a B.Ed. and an M.Sc. degree in Biology from York University, and a Master of Information Studies from the University of Toronto. Her subject specialties are Nursing and Kinesiology, and service provision for these groups include liaison, collection development and information literacy instruction. She has a special interest in information literacy instruction and is extensively involved in collaboration efforts with faculty in incorporating information literacy instruction into the curriculum. One of her current focuses is on providing equivalent access to instruction to distance and remote learners as more and more students enroll in distance education programs.
Christine Marshall, Health Quality Council, Saskatoon, Saskatoon, SK
Christine Marshall has been the Health Quality Council (HQC) Librarian since September 2004. Her role in the Cochrane Library project is to provide support and training for staff in public libraries and Saskatchewan’s regional health authorities. Christine is a graduate of the University of Alberta's School of Library and Information Studies, and has experience working in academic and public libraries.
Joanne Gard Marshall, Alumni Distinguished Professor, School of Information and Library Science; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Joanne Gard Marshall joined the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as Dean and Professor in January 1999. In July 2004, Joanne returned to the faculty as an Alumni Distinguished Professor. During 2004-2005 she will serve as President of the Medical Library Association. Prior to 1999, Joanne was a faculty member at the University of Toronto, where she taught courses in health sciences information resources, management of corporate and other specialized information centers, research methods and online information retrieval. In addition to her Ph.D., in public health, Joanne also holds at Master of Health Science Degree from McMaster University and a Master of Library Science degree from McGill University.
Jessie McGowan, Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON
Jessie McGowan is a Senior Information Scientist with the Institute of Population Health/ Ottawa Health Research Institute and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Ottawa. She is also an Associate Editor with the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. She has been President of the Ontario Health Libraries Association and the Canadian Health Libraries Association (CHLA/ABSC) and is currently a Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the National Network of Libraries for Health, a task force of CHLA/ABSC. Her research interests include evidence-based methodologies, information access, retrieval and dissemination and knowledge translation.
Kimberley Meighan, Manager, Health Information, AboutKidsHealth, Family Resource Centre, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON
Kim is a registered nurse at the AboutKidsHealth, Family Resource Centre at The Hospital for Sick Children Toronto. She completed the "Nursing Care Leadership/Management Program at McMaster University and is continuing in her studies. She currently manages a busy family resource centre and provides families, patients, staff and the community with health and wellness information. She collaborates with partners within the hospital and community planning, developing and evaluating health promotion initiatives within the hospital. Additionally, she is actively involved with community groups focusing on injury prevention initiatives.
Helen Michael, Resource Sharing Coordinator, Gerstein Science Information Centre, University of Toronto Libraries, Toronto, ON
Helen Michael has held the position of Resource Sharing Coordinator at the Gerstein Science Information Centre, University of Toronto, since 1997. Before that she managed Library Services at the (formerly) Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Toronto. Her first position as a health
sciences librarian was at Memorial University, Newfoundland, and she is one of the founding members of CHLA.
Mike Moffatt, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA), Winnipeg, MB
Dr. Moffatt is a Pediatrician and Epideiologist, who is currently Director of Research, Quality and Decision Support for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and also a Professor in Community Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. He is concerned with getting high quality evidence into the hands of clinicians and decision-makers.
Karen Neves, National Medical Library, United Arab Emirates University
Karen Neves has been Director of the United Arab Emirates National Medical Library since 2003. A 1997 graduate of the MLIS program at Dalhousie, she holds a graduate degree in Human Osteology as well as bachelor degrees in Journalism, Anthropology and Classics. In addition to her career as a librarian, she has worked as a journalist and a forensic investigator. Her particular interests include information literacy, the challenges and opportunities of web-based learning environments and the information-seeking behaviours of forensic professionals.
Susan Powelson, Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, Regina, SK
Susan Powelson, MLS, AHIP, has worked at the University of Alberta, Albert Justice Provincial Court Libraries and currently is the Library Director for the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. In 2004, Susan received a Saskatchewan Healthcare Excellence Award for innovation in the delivery of library services to the staff and physicians of the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. Susan is active both locally, in the Saskatchewan Health Libraries Association (SHLA), chairing the SHLA Taskforce to the Saskatchewan Academic Health Sciences Network and nationally, chairing the CHLA Taskforce to Revise the Standards for Library and Information Services in Canadian Healthcare Facilities.
Mark Rabnett, Hospital Librarian, Carolyn Sifton - Helene Fuld Library, St. Boniface General Hospital, University of Manitoba, Winnipeeg, MN
Mark Rabnett is a hospital librarian with the University of Manitoba Health Sciences Libraries. He manages the Carolyn Sifton-Helene Fuld Library at Winnipeg's St. Boniface General Hospital. When not at his computer he serves on the Executive Council of the U of M Faculty Association, and he is a past president of the Manitoba Health Libraries Association.
Mary Regan, School of Nursing Atkinson, Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies, York, University, Toronto, ON
Mary Regan is faculty in the School of Nursing at York University and adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota. Her clinical specialty is Obstetrics, and her primary focus is labor and delivery. She has a degree in nursing from York, and a master degree and PhD in nursing from the University of Minnesota. She is a qualitative researcher who has dual research focus namely; understanding how labor and delivery nurses influence the utilization of childbirth technologies, especially Cesarean section; and the effect of web based educational programming on learning outcomes. She has extensive experience in curriculum design for web-based nursing education and is particularly interested in developing interactive animated simulation models to augment clinical nursing education. She currently Principle Investigator on two funded grants developing interactive models to teach nursing students, and is consultant on two US based grants aimed toward development of web-based educational modules for nursing education.
Helen Lee Robertson, Document Delivery/Liaison Librarian, Health Sciences Library, Health Sciences Centre, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
At the University of Calgary's Health Sciences Library, Helen Lee Robertson has several roles. These include managing the Document Delivery Services unit; selecting monographs for medicine and nursing; and teaching and liaison responsibilities. She is actively involved in library association activities, most recently as President of the Southern Alberta Health Libraries Association and the Jobline Coordinator for the Foothills Library Association.
Erin Romanyshyn, Saskatoon Health Region Medical Library, Saskatoon, SK
Erin Romanyshyn decided to become a librarian following years of using and loving libraries, mostly in Saskatchewan. She obtained her MLIS from McGill University (2004), and while in Montreal worked at the SMBD Jewish General Hospital Health Sciences Library. She is currently a Reference Librarian for the Saskatoon Health Region, where her main responsibilities include reference support and web design.
Laurie Scott, Executive Director, Health Science Information Consortium of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Laurie Scott has been Executive Director of the Health Science Information Consortium of Toronto, a group consisting of 32 publicly funded health care libraries and the University of Toronto Libraries since 1997. She is active in the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada (CHLA/ABSC) and SLA, currently serving as Past President of CHLA/ABSC, and as Director of SLA's Biological and Life Sciences Division. Additionally, she has taught courses at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information Studies and the University of Western Ontario's Graduate School of Library and Information Science.
Rita Shaughnessy MLS, University of Toronto Department of Family & Community Medicine
Rita Shaughnessy BA, MLS is a librarian at the Department of Family & Community Medicine, University of Toronto. In addition to managing the Department's Resource Centre, she teaches database and internet search techniques to medical students, residents, fellows and faculty in family medicine at the University of Toronto. She completed her Master of Library Science degree at the University of Toronto. She is also co-editor of the 2002 edition of the Manual for Preparation of Residents' Academic Projects, as well as the Faculty Orientation Manual for the Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Rita Vine, Reference and Instruction Librarian (part-time), Gerstein Science Information Centre, University of Toronto
Rita Vine is a part time reference librarian at the Gerstein Science Information Centre, with responsibility for coordinating selection, purchase, and support of handheld content.
Nadine Wathen, PhD, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University, Chedoke Hospital, Hamilton, ON
Nadine Wathen, is a Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University and Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario. Her research examines women's health decision-making, and use of traditional and new media used by women to gather health information to improve their health and well-being. Nadine has expertise in research methods, and in systematic evidence review methods and research knowledge translation. She recently developed and delivered a graduate level course on evidence-based health care methods for information professionals.
Jean Williams, BScN, MLIS, Nurse, Independent Health Information Specialist, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, PQ
"Born in Toronto and thriving in Montreal, I completed my MLIS at McGill in 2001 with a focus on health science librarianship and consumer health information. Although I work as a psychiatric nurse/case manager, I enjoy doing annotated bibliographies under contract, volunteering on the board of the Westmount Public Library and trying to stay up-to-date!"
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