Exploring the impact of tablet computers on medical training at an academic medical center.
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Perez, Bradford A, Megan A von Isenburg, Miao Yu, Brandi D Tuttle and Martha B Adams (2013). Exploring the impact of tablet computers on medical training at an academic medical center. J Med Libr Assoc, 101(2). pp. 154–157. 10.3163/1536-5050.101.2.012 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/10752.
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Megan is Associate Dean for Library Services & Archives at the School of Medicine. Megan is responsible for planning and implementing high quality information services and resources to support the missions of Duke Health. She provides leadership for the Duke University Medical Center Library, which serves as a resource library for the state of North Carolina and the Mid-Atlantic region and is known for its innovations in health sciences librarianship and expertise in evidence-based practice. Von Isenburg also oversees the retention and preservation of institutional records through Medical Center Archives services. In addition to providing access to administrative records, the Archives capture the history of Duke Medicine through its record retention services.
Graduate Certificate in e-Learning, North Carolina State University (2011)
MSLS Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2004)
BA, American Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1997)
Research & Education Librarian
Medical Librarian for Research & Education at the Medical Center Library & Archives
Brandi serves as liaison to the Physician Assistant Program, the Pathologists' Assistants Program, and the Master of Biomedical Sciences Program. She develops and teaches classes, conducts systematic reviews, is engaged in research support and project consultation, conducts searches for IACUC, and co-directs the Evidence-Based Practice courses for physician assistant students.
- AHIP Distinguished level (Academy of Health Information Professionals)
- MS, Library & Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- BA, Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- AA, Sociology, Lake Land College
My focus has been at the interface of clinical research in medicine, a special emphasis on the impact of emerging technologies on information management, for example, developing a framework for clinical decision support in antimicrobial stewardship, creating an enterprise-wide solution for research data security management, and leading studies of mobile technology adoption and telegenetics.
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