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Librarian featured in U of U Banner Campaign

Since 2020 the University of Utah Office of Academic Affairs highlights impactful faculty on banners on 1300 East, University Street, and South Temple. The Faculty Banner Project recognizes the educators and researchers at the U.

This year the Faculty Banner Project highlights 25 of the U’s top researchers, including Tallie Casucci, MLIS, Associate Librarian, at the J. Willard Marriott Library.

Tallie’s banner says “Improving Evidence-based Practice.” Evidence-based practice or EBP originated in health sciences research for clinicians’ decision making and is growing into other disciplines and fields of research. Traditionally, EBP integrates “the best available evidence with clinical knowledge and expertise, while considering patients’ unique needs and personal preferences.” It is informed decision making and action based upon available evidence, clinical expertise, and patient values. Tallie collaborates with research teams on evidence review projects, such as systematic reviews and scoping reviews.

You can find Tallie’s banner located on 1300 East, between 100 and 200 South.

  • Katey Blumenthal
    Posted at 19:28h, 03 June Reply

    Tallie’s the most informed and helpful librarian I’ve ever worked with. She’s helped advance my clinical care, research, and teaching, and given me a new understanding of the positive power of a library!!

  • Susan Childress
    Posted at 14:46h, 25 July Reply

    Congratulations Tallie. Well deserved recognition. You were so helpful when I chaired the EBP committee.

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