Thinking through the Lit Review: Characterize the Problem, Map the Gap and Stake your Claims
Presented by: Bridget O’Brien, PhD
Location: T-229, Pacific Room, UW Health Sciences Library, Seattle
RSVP: (In-Person Attendance only): Space is limited! Breakfast will be provided.
Description: Scholarly writers know the literature review is a critical part of a paper, but few write their literature review to achieve its full potential. In this interactive workshop, we will discuss the purpose of the literature review and a framework to help you use the literature effectively. I will share resources and strategies for mapping the gap and staking knowledge claims. We will practice using these resources by working through an example from a published study.
Target Audience: Educators in the Health Professions (especially in Health Professions Education)
Presenter Bio: has been a faculty member in the Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, since 2008. As an Associate Professor affiliated with the Office of Medical Education, Research and Development in Medical Education unit (RaDME), she teaches and mentors faculty and learners in several programs, including UCSF-University of Utrecht doctoral program in Health Professions Education, the Health Professions Education Pathway and the Teaching Scholars Program. At the San Francisco VA, she directs scholarship and evaluation for the Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education and a Fellowship in Health Professions Education Evaluation and Research. In 2015 she was selected as one of five national Macy Faculty Scholar, supported by the Joshiah Macy Jr. Foundation.
As a co-author of Educating Physicians: A Call for Reform of Medical School and Residency, she brought workplace learning to the forefront of educational innovation and reform. Her current research focuses on workplace learning in the context of longitudinal relationships, interprofessional team-based care, and systems improvement. Dr. O'Brien received her Master's in Organizational Behavior from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley and her PhD in Education from the Graduate School of Education at UC Berkley.