HLA Professional Development Education and Training

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  • HLA PD Day 26/11 - Future Gazing - Innovation, Disruption, Transformation!

Watch the recording (access code is 2x2xX=Y1). View Program.

Timestamps:

Publishing - Nicholas Talley (4:00), Education Pathways (43:40), Digital Health (48:30), HeLINS (1:27:20), Managers Group (1:32:00), Anne Harrison Award (1:34:00), Digital Health Award (1:37:50), HCL Anderson Award (1:40:40), NZ Update (1:45:20), Staff wellness (1:55:20), Study designs (2:02:30), Tweet preservation (2:08:17), Search tools (2:13:15) Virtual health care (2:20:45), Library access (2:29:30), Services to regions (2:36:55), Service design thinking (2:45:23).

  • Two hour Online Event - Automation tools for systematic searching

Tuesday 20th Oct, 2-4 pm with a limit of 30 participants*. For more information and to book your place, visit the event page. *BOOKED OUT. Please contact groups@alia.org.au to add your name to the waitlist for another session.

  • Now, Next, Beyond COVID-19 – Health Librarians Experiences

Watch the recording / Access the 32-page Guide to the new PubMed

(Video timestamps: National Taskforce I 4:10, II 15:20; PubMed 24:30; Wolters Kluwer 37:15; Redeployment 43:45; COVID Survey 51:30)

PD Scheme

Become a Health Specialisation Certified Professional.

Competencies and Course Map

HLA Competencies 2018

HLA aims to help health library staff to identify courses and learning programs that will contribute to their professional development, and if desired to gain recognition as a Certified Professional (Health). The Health Specialisation Skills Audit will help you identify gaps in your knowledge and provide guidance for choosing your most appropriate continuing professional development activities. The Competencies Review project was undertaken in 2018 by Ann Ritchie, and reported at the RAILS Conference (Melbourne, 28th November, 2018)

View Competencies Review and Comparison Poster.

Health librarianship courses and PD mapped to HLA Competency Areas

The Competency Mapping work has produced a list of approximately 110 health-related courses, events and programs offered in 2020 that are relevant to health librarians and technicians in Australia. The courses are also mapped to HLA's eight competency areas.

The Courses List is available here.

We welcome your feedback on the list, and suggestions of new items to add. Please send these to BuntingJ@ramsayhealth.com.au.

Events

DATE EVENT AND CONTACT PRESENTER/SPEAKER + TOPIC REGISTRATION:

MEMBERS/NON-MEMBERS

DURATION/ FORMAT
March
16 Automation Tools for Systematic Searching Workshop #3 / Gemma Siemensma Justin Clark, The Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, Bond University

Automation Tools for Systematic Searching

$25/$50 2 hour zoom

workshop

April
27 Automation Tools for Systematic Searching Workshop #4 / Gemma Siemensma Justin Clark, The Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, Bond University

Automation Tools for Systematic Searching

$25/$50 2 hour zoom

workshop

May
Thurs 20th

1-2.15pm

PRISMA 2020 Lunchtime Webinar / Angela Smith Steve McDonald, Cochrane Centre

PRISMA 2020 important changes, implications and opportunities for health librarians involved in systematic reviews

Welcome and update from HLA Convenor and presentation of HLA/MD Innovation Award (1-1.15pm)

$0/$15 1.25 hour zoom webinar
25 Automation Tools for Systematic Searching Workshop #5 / Angela Smith Justin Clark, The Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, Bond University

Automation Tools for Systematic Searching

$25/$50 2 hour zoom

workshop

June
Wed 9th

1-2pm

Librarians’ Research Services Lunchtime Seminar

/ Gemma Siemensma

Sally French, QUTRegistered Reports

Gemma Siemensma, Ballarat Health Services, VicA librarian’s role on a Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC)

Beth Flack Latrobe UniversityResearch profiles

Debbie Booth, University of NewcastleBibliometric and organisational impact

Suzanne Lewis, Central Coast Local Health District, NSW CARE digital archive

$0 / $15 1 hour Zoom webinar
Thurs 17th

3-4.30 pm

Systematic Searching webinar Part 1 / Angela Smith Wichor Bramer, Erasmus University Medical Centre, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Systematic Searching Introductory webinar

NOTE: participants must attend the webinar in June prior to attending the workshops in September.

$50 / $75 1.5 hour zoom webinar
Tues 29th

1-2pm

My Health Record Workshops / Daniel McDonald Australian Digital Health Agency & HLA

Train-the-trainer for health librarians

Free event with free health literacy materials for attendees 1.5 hour zoom workshop
July
Thurs 15th and

Thurs 22nd

‘All Things Open’ – updates on the current state of Open Scholarship in Australia.

/ Ann Ritchie  

Seminar 1:

Thursday 15th July 1.00-2.30pm

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Seminar 2:

Thursday 22nd July

1.00-2.30pm

Catherine Clark, Curtin University Librarian and CAUL Director, Advancing Open Scholarship Program

Prof Virginia (Ginny) Barbour, Director, Open Access Australasia

Catherine and Ginny will co-present on the work that they have been doing at a national level to progress an open research strategy, including regarding implications for health researchers and health research leaders.

Dr Danny Kingsley, Visiting Fellow, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, ANU

Hard won: the challenges of obtaining scholarly communication knowledge & skills

This talk will consider the challenges associated with identifying and acquiring the skills needed in scholarly communication.

Lisa Kruesi, PhD Candidate, Monash University

Results and discussion about Lisa’s PhD research into a conceptual Australasia open biomedical repository from a knowledge management perspective.

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Dr Kate Davis, Director Strategy and Analytics, CAUL

Fiona Salisbury, Latrobe University / CAUL Program Director (Enabling a Modern Curriculum)  

Steven Chang, Coordinator, Digital Literacies and Open Education, Latrobe University

Open educational resources and practices, and CAUL’s Open Educational Resource projects

Julie Toohey, Griffith University

Open Research Data & FAIR Principles

Cheryl Hamill, Head of Department, Library & Information Service, South Metropolitan Health Service, WA.

OA in health libraries

$0/$15 2 x 1.5 hour zoom seminars
27 Automation Tools for Systematic Searching Workshop #6 / Gemma Siemensma Justin Clark, The Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, Bond University

Automation Tools for Systematic Searching

$25/$50 2 hour zoom

workshop

Tues 27th 1-2pm My Health Record Workshops / Daniel McDonald Australian Digital Health Agency & HLA

Train-the-trainer for health librarians

Free event with free health literacy materials for attendees 1.5 hour zoom workshop
August
Wed 11th

1-2pm

Marketing Lunchtime Seminar

/ Gemma Siemensma

A panel of speakers to be announced. $0/$15 1 hour Zoom

Webinar

Thurs 19th

2-4pm

Designing posters and Infographics Workshop / Ann Ritchie Dr Renee Otmar

Designing posters and infographics – how to present your research, evaluations, advocacy, and promotions effectively

$90 / $140

(15 maximum)

2 hr zoom Workshop
Tues 31st 1-2pm My Health Record Workshops / Daniel McDonald Australian Digital Health Agency & HLA

Train-the-trainer for health librarians

Free event with free health literacy materials for attendees 1.5 hour zoom workshop
September
Thurs 2nd and Thurs 16th

2-4.30 pm

Systematic Searching Workshop Part 2 / Angela Smith Wichor Bramer, Erasmus University Medical Centre, Rotterdam, Netherlands

And co-presenter

Workshops

NOTE: participants must attend the webinar in June prior to attending the workshops in September.

$150 / $250

(25 maximum)

2 x 2.5 hour zoom workshops with homework and feedback
Tues 28th 1-2pm My Health Record Workshops / Daniel McDonald Australian Digital Health Agency & HLA

Train-the-trainer for health librarians

Free event with free health literacy materials for attendees 1.5 hour zoom workshop
October
TBC

Wed 20th

1-2pm

Advocacy Lunchtime Seminar

/ Angela Smith

A panel of speakers to be announced $0/$15 1 hour Zoom
November
Thurs 11th and Thurs 25th Advanced Searching Skills Workshop / Angela Smith Julie Glanville, Independent Consultant in Information Retrieval, Glanville.Info

Alison Weightman.

Citation Analysis – Discovering New Uses Within Systematic Reviews

$150 / $250

(25 maximum)

2 x 2 hour Online workshops
DATE EVENT AND CONTACT PRESENTER/SPEAKER + TOPIC REGISTRATION:

MEMBERS/NON-MEMBERS

DURATION/ FORMAT
TBC

Various dates and times

HLA Networking Catchups / HLA Executive A social time to network, chat with colleagues and your HLA Executive Free 1 hour online
TBC

April 2022

Advanced Searching Skills Workshop / Angela Smith Julie Glanville, Independent Consultant in Information Retrieval, Glanville.Info

Carol Lefebvre, Independent Information Consultant, Lefebvre Associates Ltd.

Identifying Unpublished Trial Data: Trial Registers, Clinical Study Reports and Other Information Sources

$150 / $250

(25 maximum)

2 x 2 hour Online workshops
TBC

2022

Conference Face-to-face and online

If you are looking for conferences that you can link in with you travels, keep eye on the site “International Library Related Conferences” maintained by James Thull, Associate Professor, Specials Collections Librarian, Montana State University Library and Marian Dworaczek, Librarian Emeritus University of Saskatchewan Library.

Past PD:

HLA PD – Program and Presentations

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015 (Satellite event for the EBLIP8 Conference, Brisbane, July 9th)
  • 2014 (Joint Collaboration Conference, HLA News Special Edition)
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • ALIA/AGLIN Forum ‘Change, challenges and opportunities: recasting your library skills’, 9th Sept 2015: Creating the health librarian professional workforce for the future presented by Ann Ritchie, HLA Convenor presentation and notes