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Elaine Sullo
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Elaine Sullo, MLS, MAEd, Associate Director, Reference & Instruction
FACULTY: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine

BIO: Elaine began working at Himmelfarb Library in 2006. She provides database instruction and research consultations, participates in Clinical Integration Sessions (CIS) for first year medical students, serves as an embedded librarian for nursing and health sciences distance education students, and provides support for faculty working on systematic reviews.

Elaine serves as a Liaison Librarian to the following areas:
>> Nursing Education
>> Exercise Science
>> Clinical Research and Leadership
RESEARCH INTERESTS: information literacy, models for supporting distance education students

SCHOLARLY PROFILE: ORCID

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My Guides

Last update: Jan 25, 2021 689 views
Autism
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Case Reports
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Health Care Quality
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Health Economics
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Nurse Practitioners
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Nursing
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RefWorks Classic
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