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Competency-based information literacy instruction in public health education: A Guide

This guide presents resources to support collaborative librarian/ public health faculty planning and delivery of curriculum promoting both sets of competencies.

GCHB 7130

In this box is a lesson plan and worksheet for the citation management component of the course, GCHB 7130: Research Methods in Social and Behavioral Sciences. These teaching materials are designed by Elaine Hicks, Education/Outreach Libarian at the Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences at Tulane University. The course professor is Katherine Theall, Associate Professor, Cecile Usdin Professorship in Women’s Health, and Director, Mary Amelia Women’s Center in the Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine PhD: http://www.sph.tulane.edu/publichealth/chs/faculty_theall.cfm 

BCHS 2525

This box contains materials related to the third session in a semester long introduction to research class for behavioral and community health sciences (BCHS) MPH/PhD/DPH students.  Sequentially, it occurs after the class has formulated a research question.  It emphasizes turning the research question into a search in PubMed, with methods for managing the process and resulting citations.  It is designed to support the task of conducting a literature review.  This class is team taught by a BCHS faculty members and a librarian.

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