Research

Publications

  1. Rhee C, Visintini S, Dunning CE, Oxner WM, Glennie RA. Does restoration of focal lumbar lordosis for single level degenerative spondylolisthesis result in better patient-reported clinical outcomes? A systematic literature review. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience. 2017; 44:95-100. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jocn.2017.06.039 
  2. Visintini, S. Practical tips for facilitating research. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Journal de l’Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada. 2017; 38(2):55-56. doi: 10.5596/c17-013
  3. Visintini, S. Data visualizations and infographics. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Journal de l’Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada. 2016; 37(2): 60. doi: 10.5596/c16-011
  4. Jensen J, Carter A, Rose J, Visintini S, Bourdon E, Brown R et al. Alternatives to Traditional EMS Dispatch and Transport: A Scoping Review of Reported Outcomes. CJEM. 2015;17(5):532-550.
  5. Visintini, S. Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving from Evidence to Practice. 2nd ed.. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Journal de l’Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada, 2014; 35(2), 79. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5596/c14-020

Conference Abstracts

  1. Visintini S, Boutet M, Helwig M, Manley A. Research support in health sciences libraries: a scoping review. In: Northern Illumination. Abstracts of the Canadian Health Libraries Association Meeting; 2017 16-19 May; Edmonton, Canada.
  2. Boulos L, Visintini S, Parker R, Ritchie K, Hayden J. Assessing online systematic review training: updated findings from an environmental scan and evaluation. Abstracts of the Canadian Health Libraries Association Meeting; 2017 16-19 May; Edmonton, Canada.
  3. Visintini S, Killian L, Phinney J, McLean K, Horsman A. Revitalizing the Maritimes Health Libraries Association’s logo: a cost-effective, creative solution . In: Northern Illumination. Abstracts of the Canadian Health Libraries Association Meeting; 2017 16-19 May; Edmonton, Canada.
  4. Visintini S, Boulos L, Smith A, Ogilvie R, Hayden J. Planning for PRISMA: a tool to accurately track citations in multiphase systematic review searches. In: Northern Illumination. Abstracts of the Canadian Health Libraries Association Meeting; 2017 16-19 May; Edmonton, Canada.
  5. Helwig M, Killian L, Visintini S. Helping ourselves to better help others: Peer-support across institutions among early-career health librarians. In: Supporting Bodies and Minds. Abstracts of the Atlantic Provinces Library Association Meeting; 2016 May 29 – Jun 1; Halifax, Canada.
  6. Visintini S, Smith A, Edwards J, Cartwright J, Ogilvie R, Hayden J. The Value of Scoping Reviews: Mapping the Literature to Inform Clinical Practice and Future Research. In: Be Part of the Big Picture. Abstracts of the 116th Annual Medical Library Association Meeting and Exhibition; 2016 13-18 May; Toronto, Canada. 
  7. Parker R, Visintini S, Boulos L, Ritchie K, Hayden J. Supporting Knowledge Synthesis Methods Training: Review of the Evidence for Online Systematic Review Instruction. In: Be Part of the Big Picture. Abstracts of the 116th Annual Medical Library Association Meeting and Exhibition; 2016 13-18 May; Toronto, Canada. 
  8. McLean K, Visintini S, Parker R, Helwig M. Mentoring when you least expect it: Working across institutions to foster professional excellence. In: Be Part of the Big Picture. Abstracts of the 116th Annual Medical Library Association Meeting and Exhibition; 2016 13-18 May; Toronto, Canada.
  9. Parker RM, Visintini S, Ritchie KC, Hayden JA. Online systematic review methods training resources: environmental scan and identification of key characteristics. In: Filtering the information overload for better decisions. Abstracts of the 23rd Cochrane Colloquium; 2015 3-7 Oct; Vienna, Austria. John Wiley & Sons; 2015. 
  10. Jensen J, Carter A, Rose J, Visintini S, McVey J, Bourdon E, Travers A. Alternatives to traditional EMS dispatch or transport to the emergency department: a scoping review of published outcomes. NAEMSP Annual Meeting [Internet]. National Association of EMS Physicians; 2014 [cited 30 April 2016].  
  11. Parker R, Visintini S, Killian L, Babineau J, Hill-Taylor B, Hayden J. The Nova Scotia Cochrane Resource Centre: Embedded information specialists in a health knowledge synthesis environment. In: Discovering hidden treasures. Abstracts of the Atlantic Provinces Library Association Conference; 2012 22-25 May; Wolfville, Canada.