About Donna O’Malley
I first became involved with public health while advising UVM medical students on how to find good information to support their public health projects. Since then I’ve supported faculty and students in several UVM Colleges in finding sources, organizing information and identifying reputable publishing venues. I am currently a co-instructor for the Culminating Project Experience.
I was recently awarded a Medical Library Association Sewell Stipend. The stipend and associated support are designed to integrate medical librarians into the activities of the American Public Health Association.
- PH392 Culminating Project Experience
Articles & Publications
“Telemedicine in Neurology: A Scoping Review of Key Outcomes in Movement Disorders.” Emily Houston, Amanda G. Kennedy, Donna O’Malley, Terry Rabinowitz, Gail L. Rose, and James Boyd. Telemedicine and e-Health. 2021. 10.1089/tmj.2021.0117
Tom Delaney, PhD, Donna O’Malley MLS, Kelsey Donovan PhD, Jan Carney MD, MPH. “Team-based Research Projects in an Online Learning Environment: Insights from the MPH Culminating Project Experience.” Mud Season Education Retreat. South Burlington, VT. March 2019.
Eileen CichoskiKelly, Rebecca D Blanchard, Alice Fornari, Stephanie Ratmeyer, Saori Wendy Herman, Jennifer Kogan, Donna O’Malley, Norma S. Saks, and Steven Rougas. “An Effective Model for Mentoring in Medical Education Scholarship: A Qualitative Study.” Short Communication at the AAMC Northeast Group on Educational Affairs, Philadelphia, PA, April 2019.
Donna O’Malley, MLS; Alice Stokes, MLIS; Gary Atwood, MSLIS; Lynda Howell, MLS. “Development of a mobile-friendly website to strengthen clinical decision making.” Lightning presentation. Medical Library Association 2018 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
Donna O’Malley, MLS, Saori Wendy Herman, MLIS, AHIP, Eileen CichoskiKelly, PhD, Alice Fornari, EdD, RD, Rebecca D Blanchard, PhD, Steven Rougas, MD, MS, Norma S. Saks, EdD, Jennifer Kogan, MD, and Stephanie Ratmeyer, MA. ”Developing a Literature-Based Interview Script to Explore Mentorship Models in Medical Education Scholarship: A Collaboration Among Six Medical Institutions.” Poster presented at the International Association of Medical Science Educators, Burlington, VT, June 2017.
O’Malley, Donna; Herman, Wendy; Fornari, Alice; Blanchard, Rebecca; CichoskiKelly, Eileen. “A Collaborative Distance Approach Using the Evidence to Build a Model for Medical Education Mentorship.” Short Communication at the AAMC Northeast Group on Educational Affairs, Rochester, NY, May 2017.
Billey, Amber; Light, Jeanene C; O’Malley, Donna. Achieving staff buy-in: A collaborative approach for workflow analysis. Presentation. Annual Meeting of the American Library Association, ALCTS Technical Services Workflow Efficiency Interest Group; June 27th, 2016; Orlando, FL.
“Gaining Traction in Research Data Management.” O’Malley D. Journal of EScience Librarianship. 3(1): December 2014. Article 9. http://dx.doi.org/10.7191/jeslib.2014.1059.
“Aligning Library Instruction with the needs of Basic Sciences Graduate Students: A Case Study.” O’Malley D, Delwiche FA. JMLA: Journal of the Medical Library Association. 2012 Oct; 100(4).
O’Malley D and Delwiche FA. Aligning Library Instruction with the Needs of Basic Science Graduate Students. Presentation. Medical Library Association 2011 Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.
“Information-seeking behavior of basic science researchers: implications for library services.” Haines LL, Light J, O’Malley D, Delwiche FA. J Med Libr Assoc. 2010 Jan;98(1):73-81.