Coronavirus (1308) Webinar recording now available: Evidence-based librarianship: Building the base as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic/infodemic

23 June, 2021


Webinar recording: Evidence-Based Librarianship: Building the base as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic / infodemic.

We are pleased to announce that the recording (55 minutes, with optional English subtitles) and slides for this webinar are now available:

There are also links to all the featured resources, and a selection of questions and answers.

The webinar highlighted two projects being undertaken by the Librarian Reserve Corps:

(i) the development of best practices for searching during public health emergencies,

(ii) a database validation study of specialized COVID-19 literature databases, jointly led with the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technology in Health.

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With best wishes, from,


Dr Caroline De Brún, DipLIS

Knowledge & Evidence Specialist – South West

Knowledge & Library Services

Public Health England


HIFA profile: Caroline De Brun is an Information Specialist at Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust, UK. Professional interests: health information literacy, information skills, knowledge management, outreach librarianship, patient information. She is a member of the HIFA working group on Libraries and Information Services.

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