[mla-nynj] Wolters Kluwer and COVID-19 - 1) Upcoming FREE June 23 Webinar; 2) WK Continues to UPDATE & Offer Free COVID-19 Resources

Brewer, Michelle Michelle.Brewer at wolterskluwer.com
Fri Jun 19 21:37:32 UTC 2020

Apologies in advance for cross-posting.

  1.  Wolters Kluwer, Learning, Research & Practice is offering a free webinar on June 23 that may be of interest to your clinicians or patrons. All are welcome to register.

Title:  COVID-19 Information Overload?  Time Saving Strategies to Get You What You Need for COVID-19 from Peer Reviewed literature
Day:  June 23rd
Time:  2:00 EST
Registration link:  info.lww.com/Ovid-COVID-19-Information-Overload.html<https://nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Finfo.lww.com%2FOvid-COVID-19-Information-Overload.html&data=02%7C01%7CMichelle.Brewer%40wolterskluwer.com%7Cba853700986c4577f3fb08d81211b385%7C8ac76c91e7f141ffa89c3553b2da2c17%7C0%7C0%7C637279214530182264&sdata=OwbYVZR94ZlFIuRnXIAGH%2Btr2p7gto6CG32vmOACJRs%3D&reserved=0>

Description:  Join us for a behind the scenes look at a curated latest research site for clinicians and clinical researchers. Panelists Elaine Larson PhD, RN, CIC, FAAN, Anna C. Maxwell Professor Emerita of Nursing Research and Professor Emerita of Epidemiology and Amanda Hessels PhD, MPH, RN, CIC, CPHQ, FAPIC, Assistant Professor/Nurse Scientist, Columbia University, School Of Nursing/ Hackensack Meridian Health will share time saving strategies to access research relevant to direct patient care.

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe changing trends in COVID-19 research since the onset of the pandemic.
2. Use a comprehensive database to find relevant information on specific COVID-19 topics from peer-reviewed journals
3. Identify reliable COVID-19 resources available from other government and health agencies.

  1.  Wolters Kluwer continues to update its FREE COVID-19 resources to support rapid response healthcare teams and researchers working to address the global coronavirus crisis."  Bookmark this site  to access the latest updates, open articles, and an article feed. Three bookmarks follow.

First. Do you want to know which #COVID19 research contains information relevant to direct patient care? BOOKMARK and check out tools.ovid.com/covid19tool/<https://nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Ftools.ovid.com%2Fcovid19tool%2F&data=02%7C01%7CMichelle.Brewer%40wolterskluwer.com%7C949c557e6cfd4e2c2cac08d7e7b54afd%7C8ac76c91e7f141ffa89c3553b2da2c17%7C0%7C0%7C637232638139310500&sdata=hBxmUD4jZfy5bths7D%2FjmXhAZpTt3NkwHByOW9mkghE%3D&reserved=0> website: "The Latest Curated COVID-19 Research for Clinicians and Medical Researchers." for handpicked recommendations with highlights by Elaine L. Larson, PhD, RN, CIC, FAAN, an international expert in infection prevention, antimicrobial resistance, and hand hygiene.  Her contributions have changed the way healthcare is delivered by emphasizing the importance of infection prevention and hand hygiene for all health professionals. The interdisciplinary nature of her work is evident in the breadth and wide dissemination of her 500 scholarly publications. She has served on prestigious national advisory groups and grant review panels, and generously mentored countless clinical research nurses. Currently professor and associate dean for research at Columbia University School of Nursing and Mailman School of Public Health, Dr. Larson has been the editor of the American Journal of Infection Control since 1995.  In 2017, The American Academy of Nursing recognized Elaine Larson as a "Living Legend", the Academy's highest honor.

Second, BOOKMARK tools.ovid.com/coronavirus/<https://nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Ftools.ovid.com%2Fcoronavirus%2F&data=02%7C01%7CMichelle.Brewer%40wolterskluwer.com%7C949c557e6cfd4e2c2cac08d7e7b54afd%7C8ac76c91e7f141ffa89c3553b2da2c17%7C0%7C0%7C637232638139320500&sdata=K01hwDm%2FLz7nyfUTUhzNHz53zEGzMVsaD3X83hKLB4g%3D&reserved=0> website: "COVID-19 Tools & Resources for Clinicians" for the Ovid expert searches continue to be updated for customers to reflect current terminology including COVID-19 disease and SARS-CoV-2 pathogen.  Others may find the search strategy useful to adapt. Thanks to the peer reviewers who sent suggestions. There are changes to the existing COVID-19 search strategy for both the Ovid MEDLINE and Journals at Ovid Full Text databases. Several new synonyms were added and the search strategy was modified to search globally, but also retains the original articles from Wuhan prior to the naming of the disease and virus. Articles were added to the search (UIs) from handsearching the 'pandemic' articles.  A total of 8 expert searches are offered for Ovid.

The newest search:

For Ovid APA PsycInfo - "Stress, Coping & Suicide Prevention for Nurses and Physicians, including during Epidemics"

Lastly, you may also want to BOOKMARK the Wolters Kluwer COVID-19 'main' site: healthclarity.wolterskluwer.com/coronavirus-resources.html. It offers open resources including AudioDigest, free passes for UpToDate, Society guideline links, patient education in multiple languages (and including print, video) with instructions to embed it on web sites etc., LexiComp, COVID-19 updates from journals published by Wolters Kluwer and a list of its Journal Coronavirus Hub pages that serve health care executives, critical care clinicians, neurologists, anesthesiologists, cardiologists and more.

Test your knowledge of the scope of COVID-19 research!  How many peer reviewed journal articles have been published since January?  Hint, the answer is over 4,000!  Check it out with the Ovid website URL. Also see #COVID19.

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Michelle M. Volesko Brewer

Librarian/Manager Market Intelligence

Wolters Kluwer, LRP

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