The Conversation perhaps gives clues for developing a framework with PP – behavioural insights & how to help doctors respond to patients who really want useless tests. I think one of the reasons that we get caught up in whinging about clients & don’t focus on moving our foundation forward or growing it so we’re in fewer positions where we feel a need to whinge, but instead take a more surface approach to PD is that we’re not sure how to work on our foundation. So, we need some tools to help us see how we might do so. This article might give some beginning insights – https://theconversation.com/why-were-wasting-money-on-medical-tests-and-how-behavioural-insights-can-help-72801
- 4Es – can they inspire a helpful reflective starting point or am I really talking about a research-based tool?
- Update on possible academic client experiences of IL cluster & resulting thoughts about lib management cluster or subfactor/s
- Where might the clusters & subfactors be? #1: info lit experiences of our academic clients?
- Can Collis & Moonen’s 4-E Model be adapted to create a tool that supports liaison librarians in their work & resulting morale?
- Social media age – journos talking info lit
- Concepts used to “teach” info lit can be used to promote strong client liaison
- Libraries as “havens of future-ready skills lessons”
- Possible relevance to libraries seeking to shift from conventional to New Librarianship approach?
- Fab quotes
- ACRL & other blogs’ posts: insights for professional identity & practice