Lorri Zipperer -- Selected Project Materials and Presentations



Patient Safety: Focus on Information and Knowledge Transfer

Systems Thinking Perspective Project: Behaviors that Drive Innovation in Information Delivery.


Selected Presentations

Workshop with Alligood E, Graber M, Jones B and Williams L. “Diagnostic Error: A Multidisciplinary Exploration”. National Network of Libraries of Medicine: Southeastern/Atlantic Region. University of Maryland, Health Sciences and Human Services Library. November 15, 2012; Baltimore, MD.

Panel discussion with Jones B and Pappa-Schold C: “Knowledge Management Across the Healthcare Spectrum.” Special Library Association Conference. July 17, 2012; Chicago, IL.

Presentation with Tompson S: “Systems Thinking: Improving & Promoting Library Value.” UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies Friday Forum Series. November 4, 2011; Los Angeles, CA.

Facilitator and workshop developer: “Knowledge Sharing in Hospitals: The Librarian's Role.” April 16-17, 2009; Salt Lake City.

Facilitator and workshop developer: “Knowledge Management in Hospitals: the Librarian’s Role.” November 16, 2007. Chicago.

Presentation: “Librarians: Partners in Knowledge Transfer for Patient Safety.” Midwest Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; October 13, 2007: Omaha, NB.

Poster selected with Williams L. “ Identifying the Impact of Failure in the Information and Knowledge Transfer Process.” National Patient Safety Foundation Congress. May 10-12, 2006; San Francisco, CA.

Webcast developer and panelist: “Keeping Patients Safe: Roles of Information Professionals.” November 16, 2005. Chicago: Medical Library Association: 2005.

Zipperer L. Knowledge workers, librarians and safety: opportunities for partnership. Presented at: Safety Across High-Consequence Industries Conference September 20-22, 2005. Saint Louis University, St Louis, MO.

Zipperer L, Corliss R, Tompson S. Systems Thinking for Librarians. Continuing education course presented at:  Special Libraries Association Conference; June 6, 2004; Nashville, TN.