Clinical Librarian and Graduate Medical Education Specialist, Health Sciences Library
As the Clinical Librarian and Graduate Medical Education Specialist, Ms. Wright implements training for UNC Hospitals’ residents; handles patient-related information retrieval and the critical appraisal of evidence; provides expert-mediated searching and synthesized answers in response to advanced requests; offers effective and innovative client-centered education services; and conducts individual and group consultations on information discovery, retrieval, and management.
Prior to this appointment, Ms. Wright was a User Services Librarian with the Health Sciences Library at UNC. She was previously the Director of Information Management and Clinical Pediatrics Librarian for the UNC Department of Pediatrics, as well as the Information Services Librarian at the Health Sciences Library at UNC; the Manager of the Medical Library at the Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, Virginia; the Hospital Liaison/Medical Reference Librarian at the Himmelfarb Library at the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, D.C.; and the Health Information Specialist at the Rural Information Center Health Service (RICHS) at the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, MD.
MLS, University of Pittsburgh
BA, French Education and Music Performance, University of Richmond
2e Degree, Universite de Strasbourg, France
Systematic review searching, Evidence-based practice, Clinical and academic research, Residency Milestones
1. Meernik C, Jarman K, Wright ST, Klein EG, Goldstein AO, Ranney L. Eye Tracking Outcomes in Tobacco Control Regulation and Communication: A Systematic Review. Tobacco regulatory science. 2016; 2(4):377-403.
2. Sheffield RC, Crawford P, Wright ST, King VJ. Clinical inquiries. What's the best treatment for cradle cap? The Journal of family practice. 2007; 56(3):232-3.
3. Crotteau CA, Wright ST, Eglash A. Clinical inquiries. What is the best treatment for infants with colic? The Journal of family practice. 2006; 55(7):634-6.
4. McPherson V, Wright ST, Bell AD. Clinical inquiries. What is the best treatment for gastroesophageal reflux and vomiting in infants? The Journal of family practice. 2005; 54(4):372-5.
5. Zafar AB, Butler RC, Wright ST, Draghi E. Primary bacteremia and needleless safety devices. Infection control and hospital epidemiology. 1999; 20(1):15.
6. Zafar AB, Wright S. In-house versus contract management of environmental services: a matter of cost and quality. American journal of infection control. 1998; 26(5):539-40.
7. Rural Health Services Funding: A Resource Guide. Towner SR. Beltsville, MD: National Agricultural Library; 1995. 62p.
1. "Without Face-to-Face Limits: Using Online Modules to Expand Specialty Focused Residency EBM Instruction for the ACGME Milestone Project" Poster Session presented at the Medical Library Association Meeting, Austin, TX, May 2015.
2. “A Novel Approach to Pediatric Resident Education is Associated with Higher In-training Exam Scores” Poster Session presented at the Medical Library Association Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, May 2007.
3. "Developing an Educational and Administrative Web Site for a Pediatrics Department” Poster Session presented at the Medical Library Association Meeting, Washington, DC, May 2004.
4. "A New Fish in the Sea: A Clinical Librarian in a Pediatrics Department” Poster Session presented at the Medical Library Association Meeting, San Diego, California, May 2003.
5. "MLA Benchmarking Initiative" Poster Session presented at the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association, Roanoke, VA, October 2000.
6. "A New Approach to Information Literacy Training for Residents” Poster Session presented at the Medical Library Association’s Annual Conference, Kansas City, KS, June 1996.
7. "At the Crossroads of a Medical Center’s Information Needs” Poster Session presented at the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association, Richmond, VA, October 1996.