Information overload: tips and tricks for staying on top of the literature, part 1

Sara J. Hyland, Clinical Pharmacist at OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, shares tools, expertise and strategies on how to stay ahead of the overwhelming volume of contributions to in this information age. Sara discusses with host Gretchen Brummel how to develop a multi-pronged system for identifying relevant literature to your practice, automating, and organizing that literature and balancing reading with work and personal time.


Guest speaker:
Sara J. Hyland, PharmD, BCCCP
Clinical Pharmacist 
OhioHealth Grant Medical Center
Gretchen Brummel, PharmD, BCPS
Pharmacy Executive Director
Vizient Center for Pharmacy Practice Excellence


Show Notes:

[00:47-1:43] Sara’s background and current practice

[01:43-3:10] Problem in keeping up with medical literature

[03:10-4:05] Where do you start?

[04:06-7:40] Tools Sara uses for keeping up

[07:41-10:39] Leveraging other professionals


Links | Resources:

How to keep up to date with medical information using web-based resources: a systematised review and narrative synthesis Click here

Keeping Up With the Medical Literature: Why, How, and When? | Stroke Click here

Staying Up to Date and Managing Information Overload Click here

Keeping Up with the Medical Literature: How to Set Up a System - American Family Physician - American Academy of Family Physicians Click here

Learn Like a Pro: Barbara Oakley, PhD: 9781250799371: Books Click here

#50: How to read the medical literature like a journal editor - The Curbsiders Click here

Evidence-Based Strategies to Better Remember What You Learn - learntrepreneurs Click here

Seventy-five trials and eleven systematic reviews a day: how will we ever keep up? - PubMed Click here

Scientific literature: Information overload | Nature Click here


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