The Clinical Liaison Librarian is responsible for planning, promoting and providing clinical information services in the OHSU Library, affiliated clinics and the UME curriculum, with particular responsibilities as liaison to clinical and clinical research departments in the School of Medicine and their faculty, staff, residents and students. This position is responsible for Evidence Based Practice training and is expected to attend Grand Rounds, journal clubs, and other relevant academic and clinical meetings. This position works with the UME Liaison to create and provide EBM and Informatics instruction to students in the MD curriculum. This position also leverages library expertise and identifies new partnership opportunities, including, but not limited to, clinical informatics and best practices related to clinical data sharing policies. Continually assessing the needs of OHSU Librarys users, the Clinical Liaison Librarian will develop and implement new programs and services as appropriate, investigating and anticipating the evolving needs of the clinical and clinical research departments at OHSU.
The Clinical Liaison Librarian plans, promotes and provides information services to support the needs of faculty, residents, staff and students at OHSU; serves as the liaison to assigned clinical departments by cultivating relationships with faculty, residents, staff and students in liaison areas; provides instruction to faculty, residents, staff and students at their clinical sites, ambulatory clinics, and other points of care, writes curriculum and provides educational programs in one-on-one and group settings, meeting the needs of OHSU users. As a member of the Library Faculty, the Clinical Liaison Librarian participates in planning, policy formation, and decision-making relating to library services, collections, and technologies. This position requires scholarship and service that contributes to the effectiveness of the Library, the University, and the profession.