Judy Inglis

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Judy Inglis (retired) was the library manager at the Canadian Science Centre for Human and Animal Health in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Inglis is known for her contributions to CHLA/ABSC (Canada) as a continuing education (CE) coordinator and for the research she completed with Joanne Gard Marshall regarding benchmarking in health libraries. For her contributions to hospital librarianship, Inglis was named Canadian Hospital Librarian of the Year in 1994. From 1995 to 2005, Inglis worked at the J.W. Crane Library, Deer Lodge Centre during which time she was also coordinator of the Collaborative Research Unit and taught at Red River College in the library tech program. During her career, Inglis has worked as an extension librarian at the University of Manitoba Medical Library, as an acting head librarian at the University of Saskatchewan's Veterinarian Library, and as the Winnipeg Health Information Network Librarian at the University of Manitoba Medical Library.

Inglis has a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree, and a Master of Library Science (MLS) degree. She has served in many capacities on committees and taskforces in Canada such as the National Network of Libraries of Health taskforce, and co-chaired the 1992 CHLA/ABSC conference. For CHLA/ABSC's Winnipeg conference in 2008 she was CE chair. Inglis has served as chair for the Manitoba Library Consortium, and held positions with the Manitoba Health Libraries Association. Inglis worked with Dean Giustini and Laurie Blanchard from 2012-2014 on creating the CHLA/ABSC Social Media Portal.

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