Information literacy has become an essential skill set for all health professionals, particularly due to its central role in evidence-based practice. The purpose of this document is to provide HSC programs with the basic information literacy competencies that should be included, integrated, and assessed in all HSC curricula. This document can be adapted to the needs of individual curricula. For example, individual programs can use it to identify at what points in their curriculum these competencies are or should be met or whether these competencies should be met as prerequisites.
Information Fluency, Information Literacy, Competency-Based Education, Professional Competence, Information-Seeking Behavior, Evidence-Based Practice (EBP), Curricular Integration, Information Science, Library Science, Informatics, Academic Health Sciences Libraries, Research Skills, Curriculum, Educational Standards
University of New Mexico. Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center
Eldredge, Jonathan D.; Ingrid C. Hendrix; and Charity T. Karcher. "Core Information Literacy Competencies in HSC Curricula." (2011). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hslic-publications-papers/26