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Award impetus - for the first Advanced Australian EBP Librarians' Institute innovation
journal contributionposted on 22.06.2016 by Connie Schardt, Lisa Kruesi, Suzanne Lewis
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The Australian Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Librarians’ Institute is an innovative educational project using technology to coordinate an international team of library educators to provide a residential training program for librarians working in health care settings. The first Advanced Australian EBP Librarians' Institute was held in Melbourne from November 16th through November 19th. It was possible to commence arrangements for the three-day residential Institute with funding from the 2014 HLA/HCN (now Medical Director) Health Informatics Innovation Award. The need for an Advanced Institute grew out of the very successful Australian EBP Librarians' Introductory Institute that has been held annually as a residential event, in cities around Australia since 2011. Delegates to those workshops gave very favorable feedback and requested an advanced program