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Stony Brook University

Library Liaison Profiles

Gregg Stevens

Gregg A. Stevens

Health Sciences Librarian

Liaison: School of NursingSchool of Pharmacy

gregg.stevens@stonybrook.edu
HST Level 3, Rm 136 | 631-444-3102

How can Gregg help you?

Gregg is a Health Sciences Librarian. He is the liaison to the School of Nursing and the School of Pharmacy. His research interests include healthcare education, the measurement of scholarly communication impact, and the use of medical and drug information to improve patient outcomes and reduce health disparities.

Education:

  • MSLS, University of Kentucky
  • MST, Biological Sciences, Florida Atlantic University
  • BS, Biology, Tulane University

Experience:

  • Health Sciences Librarian, Stony Brook University, January 2017- present
  • Research Services Librarian, Mercer University, January 2015-January 2017
  • Health Sciences Librarian,  Tallahassee Community College, January 2012-December 2014
  • Visiting Reference and Instruction Librarian, Eastern Kentucky University, August 2010-December 2011

Selected Publications, Presentations & Service

Publications: 

Stevens GA, Nguyen T, Fajardo FJ. LGBT Senior Health Disparities: Information Resources to Bridge the Gap. J Consum Health Internet. 2018;22(2):150-157. doi:10.1080/15398285.2018.1451143

Aycock MM, Sikes ML, Stevens GA. Physician Assistant Student Perceptions of “Muddiest Point” Classroom Assessment Technique Implementation. J Physician Assist Educ. 2018;29(2):115-117. doi:10.1097/JPA.0000000000000197

Marshall LL, Hayslett R, Stevens GA. Therapy for Open Angle Glaucoma. Consult Pharm. In press.

Stevens GA. Curry’s Study on the Quality of Public Library Reference Service to LGBTQ Youth. Evid Based Libr Inf Pract. 2018;13(1):57-63. doi:10.18438/eblip29399

Stevens GA, Nguyen T, Lerner RC, Jo P. Rising Stars Research Projects 2016-2017: Action Research to Improve MLA’s Communities. Hypothesis: Journal of the Research Section of MLA. 2017; 29(2):8-20.

Stevens GA, Fitterling L, Kelly FV. Trip Database: Turning Research into Practice for Evidence-Based Care. Med Ref Serv Q. 2017;36(4):391-398. doi:10.1080/02763869.2017.1369288.

Marshall LL, Peasah S, Stevens GA. Clostridium difficile Infection in Older Adults: Systematic Review of Efforts to Reduce Occurrence and Improve Outcomes. Consult Pharm. 2017; 32(1):24-41. doi:10.4140/TCP.n.2017.24.

Stevens GA. Probiotics for Digestive Health: A Review of Information Resources. J Consum Health Internet. 2016; 20(4):167-172. doi:10.1080/15398285.2016.1202019.

Academic Presentations:

Stevens, GA, Hinton EG, Brown RE. Using Online Technology to Help Advanced Practice Nursing Programs: A Survey of Current Librarian Practice in Canada. Paper presented at: Canadian Health Libraries Association / Association des bibliotèques de la santé du Canada (CHLA/ABSC) Annual Conference; June 2018; St. John’s, NL.

Roberts TR, LaPolla FWZ, Stevens GA. What We Talk about When We Talk about Collaboration: A Scoping Review. Paper presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; May 2018; Atlanta, GA.

Koos J, Saragossi J, Stevens GA. What the Health: Helping Public Librarians Adapt, Transform and Lead in Consumer Health Information. Paper presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; May 2018; Atlanta, GA.

Fajardo FJ, Stevens GA. Building Connections: Outreach during the First Year as a Liaison Librarian. Poster presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; May 2016; Toronto, ON.

Stevens GA, Fajardo FJ. Meeting Your Patrons: Engaging and Marketing Your Services as a First-Year Liaison Librarian. Poster presented at: Southern Chapter, Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; October 2015; San Juan, PR.

Stevens G. Beyond CINAHL: Using Non-Journal Information Resources for Allied Health Library Instruction. Poster presented at: Southern Chapter, Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; October 2014; Mobile, AL.

Stevens G. Mobile Technology and Community College Allied Health Students: New Paths to Information Literacy. Paper presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; May 2014; Chicago, IL.

Stevens G. The Use of Mobile Technology as a Vehicle for Information Delivery to Allied Health Students at a Community College. Paper presented at: Southern Chapter, Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; October 2013; Ridgeland, MS.

Honors and Awards:

Rising Star Program, Medical Library Association, 2016-2017

Certifications:

Senior Member, Academy of Health Information Professionals, Medical Library Association, 2015-2020

Professional Service:

  • Convener, LGBTQ Health Sciences Librarians Special Interest Group, Medical Library Association, 2017-2019
  • Papers Coordinator, Program Committee, Southern Chapter, Medical Library Association, 2016
  • Vice-Chair, Atlanta Health Sciences Library Consortium, 2016
  • Chair, Membership Committee, Georgia Health Sciences Library Association, 2015-2016
  • Newsletter Editor, LGBTQ Health Sciences Librarians Special Interest Group, Medical Library Association, 2014-2016               
  • Membership Committee, Florida Health Sciences Library Association, 2012-2014