Knowledge Management Overview
Knowledge Management (KM) provides high-level data and knowledge organization skills to optimize the enterprise clinical, research and educational initiatives. Collaborating with clinicians and researchers, highly trained information specialists embed best practices in the organizing, structuring and reuse of the institution's knowledge. The information specialists that constitute the Knowledge Management Team, in addition to their unique expertise in library and information science, also hold deep knowledge and expertise in the areas of adult learning, molecular biology, public health, pharmacology and communication.
Current knowledge management services include expert genetics/molecular biology information assistance to support biomedical research and in-depth clinical evidence to inform the development of local and national patient care guidelines, along with the creation of reusable tools for knowledge sharing.
Main Points of Contact:
- Nunzia Giuse, M.D., M.L.S., A.H.I.P.
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Knowledge Management
- Taneya Koonce, M.S.L.S., M.P.H.
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