A critical care nurse by training, Dr. Mary G. Carey is a researcher, educator, and mentor whose work has made significant contributions to the understanding of ECG monitoring. As Director of the Clinical Nursing Research Center at URMC, Carey also mentors, advises, and supports the scholarly aspirations of nurses throughout their careers. She is a guiding force in prompting nurses to partake in clinical research projects to improve the quality of care. She is also highly involved in the management and direction of the nursing discipline and nursing faculty. She currently serves on numerous committees at the university, national and international levels. A prolific publisher, Carey has authored more than 200 peer-reviewed and scholarly articles. Carey has earned numerous honors in her 30-year career, most recently being inducted into the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame. Dr. Carey is a champion of librarians and is delighted to present to our group of Upstate New York and Ontario Chapter of the Medical Library Association members.
This presentation to the Upstate New York and Ontario Chapter of the Medical Library Association UNYOC/MLA, aims at presenting the strength of the Academic Practice Partnership at the University of Rochester Medical Center. The attendees will understand the significance of academic medical centers and magnet designation has on improving nursing science and how librarians have historically supported nursing research. Nurses rate the information found by librarians to be high quality; thus, librarians play an important role in selecting resources and evaluating information.
Dr. Mary G. Carey is our opening keynote speaker on Thursday, October 27th.