HLA Reports and Research
ALIA HLA Advisory Committee Annual Reports
|2016||File:ALIA HLA advisory committee annual report 2016.pdf|
|2017||File:Alia hla advisory committee annual report 2017.pdf|
|2018||File:Alia hla advisory committee annual report 2018.pdf|
Other reports and publications
Research, census, reports
|2018||Health Librarianship Competencies Review, 2018 RAILS Conference, 28th November 2018||File:Ritchie RAILS HLA Competency Review 2018.pdf||Presented on behalf of ALIA/Health Libraries Australia; Ann Ritchie, National Manager (Strategy and Coordination), RAILS Conference 28th November 2018.|
|2018||Australian health libraries' contributions to hospital accreditation and the National Safety and Quality Health Services (NSQHS) Standards: results of the Health Libraries for National Standards (HeLINS) research project.||File:Presentation 2018 Aust Health Libraries contribution.pdf||Australian health libraries' contributions to hospital accreditation and the National Safety and Quality Health Services (NSQHS) Standards: results of the Health Libraries for National Standards (HeLINS) research project.
Project team: Ann Ritchie, Michele Gaca, Gemma Siemensma, Jeremy Taylor, Cecily Gilbert.
|2018||Australian health libraries' contributions to hospital accreditation: final results of the Health Libraries for National Standards (HeLiNS) 2016-18 research project.||File:EAHIL 2018 Poster Ritchie et al.pdf||Poster by Ann Ritchie, Michele Gaca, Gemma Siemensma, Jeremy Taylor, Cecily Gilbert.|
|2017||Census of Australian health librarians and library and information services (LIS) by Health Libraries Australia (HLA)||File:CENSUS Poster - Final ICML and EAHIL.pdf||Poster presentation by Gemma Siemensma, Ann Ritchie, Suzanne Lewis, Melanie Kammermann (principal researcher), Bronia Renison.|
|2017||Overview of census of Australian health librarians and library and information services (LIS) by (HLA) 2017 (as presented above)||File:Census Overview ICML 20170603.pdf||Overview of poster presentation by Gemma Siemensma, Ann Ritchie, Suzanne Lewis, Melanie Kammermann (principal researcher), Bronia Renison.|
|2016||The census of Australian health libraries and health librarians working outside the traditional library setting: the final report of the 2012 Anne Harrison Award project conducted between October 2014- February 2015.||File:CENSUS of Aus Hlth Libs 2012-14 Final Report 2016.pdf||By Melanie Kammermann.
The 2012 Anne Harrison Award was won by Melanie Kammermann for her research project aimed at undertaking a national census of teh Australian health LIS sector. The census was conducted between October 2014 and February by Melanie Kammermann, supported by Gilliam Hallam, Scott Hamilton and Lindsay Harris.
|2013||The community returns generated by Australian health libraries.
Final report September 2013.
|File:Community returns.pdf||The Australian Library and Information Association, Health Libraries Australia and Health Libraries Inc worked with SGS Economics & Planning Pty Ltd (SGS) to contrast the costs and benefits associated with the operation of health libraries across Australia; the aim of this research being to demonstrate the net benefits these libraries confer.|
|2013||Worth every cent and more: an independent assessment on the return on investment of health libraries in Australia.||File:Worth every cent.pdf||The purpose of this report is to assist library and information professionals to present the business case for health libraries within their organisation. By doing so, we hope health libraries will be able to maintain their excellent service to medical practitioners; a service which impacts directly on positive health outcomes for patients.|
|2011||Health librarianship workforce and education: research to plan the future. Final report.||File:Health librarianship workforce report.pdf||Report by Gillian Hallam (principal researcher), Ann Ritchie (project leader)
Project steering group: Cheryl Hamill, Suzanne Lewis, Patrick O'Connor, Melanie Kammermann, Catherine Clark and Carol Newton-Smith. May 2011.
Other HLA publications