Trish Chatterley

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Trish Chatterley is a collection strategies librarian at the John Scott Health Sciences Library at the University of Alberta. She was formerly the liaison librarian for the Faculty of Pharmacy, and the department of medical humanities. In 2012, she also became the collections manager for the John W. Scott HSL. Chatterley's research interests include expert searching, evidence-based librarianship, and the history of medicine. At the 2008 CHLA/ABSC Conference, Trish was the awarded the CHLA / ABSC Emerging Leader Award. She is a member of the Northern Alberta Health Libraries Association, and coordinated the teaching of the health libraries course at the University of Alberta. Trish has served on the Editorial Advisory Board for the journal Evidence Based Library and Information Practice and as editor-in-chief for JCHLA/JABSC. Trish was co-chair of the 2017 CHLA/ABSC Edmonton conference planning committee.

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