Information overload, impossible to keep up with everything
Finding information that is relevant to specific clinical cases
Finding information that is relevant to research needs in classes
Learning the process for this method of searching for information is time consuming at first, but with practice can be faster
Evidence-based practice is a process that starts with a clinical encounter, and ends with an answer.
The process is summed up as the Five A’s:
The library’s involvement consists primarily of the first three a’s: assessing, asking, and acquiring.