Research Mentors are available as part of an initiative to assist library and information professionals in submitting successful abstracts for EAHIL+ICML 2017. Whether you have never submitted an abstract before or you have had some difficulty getting an abstract submitted, you have come to the right place! Rest assured that advice is available from the experienced professionals listed below. Please note that there may be delays responding to your enquiry, depending upon the availability of the mentor.

Jon Eldredge

Associate Professor, School of Medicine Evidence Based Practice and Translational Sciences Collaboration Coordinator HSLIC Biomedical Informatics Research, Training, and Scholarship Unit Associate Professor, Family & Community Medicine University of New Mexico. USA.
Availability: July & the end of August 2016

Catherine Voutier

Clinical Librarian, Health Sciences library RMH, RWH, PMCC and Victorian Mental Health. AUSTRALIA.
Availability: Intermittently July-September 2016

Anne Madden

BA, BSc(Mgt), HDipLIS, ALAI, Assistant Librarian, Library & Information Services, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin. IRELAND.
Availability: Intermittently July-September 2016

Marshall Dozier

EAHIL President. Academic Support Librarian, Medicine. Library Academic Support
User Services Division,Information Services University of Edinburgh. SCOTLAND, UNITED KINGDOM.
Availability: Intermittently July-August 2016

Lotta Haglund

Head of department, Library and Archive, The Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, GIH, Stockholm, SWEDEN.
Availability: 15-31 August 2016.

Maria Musoke

Professor of LIS at Makerere University, Uganda. AFRICA.
Availability: Intermittently July-September 2016

Jane Burns

Research Officer at Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland School of Nursing & Midwifery
Availability: Intermittently July-September 2016

Aoife Lawton

Systems Librarian, Health Service Executive. Dublin. IRELAND.
Availability: Intermittently July-September 2016