Medical Information Literacy Q-Bank: A Collaborative and Developing Project
Medical Reference Services Quarterly
With the inclusion of medical informatics and information literacy skills in required core competencies, medical librarians are teaching courses in medical informatics and information literacy that require formal assessment. Librarians from three osteopathic universities surveyed osteopathic medical libraries to find out how many librarians are teaching formalized courses in the curriculum, how many librarians are writing formal medical test questions on medical informatics and/or information literacy topics, and whether there is any interest in creating a shared question bank of medical library test questions.
Collaboration, curriculum, information literacy, librarians, medical informatics, test question bank
Fitterling LA, Garber D, Palazzolo E. Medical Information Literacy Q-Bank: A Collaborative and Developing Project. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 2018; 37(4). doi: 10.1080/02763869.2018.1514897.