Jennifer DeBerg is a Clinical Education Librarian at the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa. She began this position in January 2009, having earned a Masters in Library Science degree in April 2008. Prior to her career as a librarian, Jennifer worked for 15 years as an Occupational Therapist in Utah, Colorado, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Jennifer enjoys promoting/teaching about resources in support of evidence based medicine. As a liaison librarian, she has the opportunity to work with students/staff in the following subject areas: nursing, communication sciences, otolaryngology, physical therapy, and family medicine.
Evidence Into Practice: Basic Steps for Planning Your Evidence Search (with Susan Adams and Laura Cullen), Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing (2012)
As A Clinical education librarian, I have the opportunity to work with clinicians in their...
Librarian Contributions to the Advanced Practice Institute, Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section Newsletter, Medical Library Association (2010)
Exploring Value of Customized Tutorials for Remote Students, Medical Library Association Annual Meeting (2012)
Simulations, Outreach and Health Sciences Libraries: A Triple Play for Success (with Linda J. Walton, Amy Blevins, Chris Childs, and Sarah Andrews), Midwest MLA/IHSLA Annual Meeting (2011)
Purpose: Our library staff has been partnering with faculty to develop curricula using simulation equipment...
Growing Relationships: A Project to Reduce Hospital Noise (with Mindwell Egeland and Sharon Tucker), Midwest Chapter, Medical Library Association Annual Meeting (2012)
Building a Best Practices Team: Creating Stronger Online Tutorials Together (with Chris Childs and Amy Blevins), Midwest Chapter MLA/IHSLA Annual Meeting (2011)
Purpose: The purpose of this poster is to demonstrate the value of having a best...
How Clinical Experience May Enhance Liaison Success, Poster presented at Midwest Medical Library Association Annual Conference, (2010)
How Clinical Experience may Enhance Liaison Success
Occupational Therapist to Clinical Education Librarian