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3 Substance Abuse Librarians & Information Specialists LOOKING FORWARD, LOOKING BACK: Reflections on the Past and Planning for the Future 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 Heldrich Hotel New Brunswick, New Jersey Hosted by Judit Ward, Bill Bejarano, Stephanie Peeters Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Andrea Mitchell, SALIS

4 Dear SALIS friends and colleagues: On behalf of the Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists (SALIS), welcome to Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, and the 2014 SALIS Conference. SALIS is a small but influential non-profit organization in a specialized field with members all over the United States, Canada, Israel, Australia, and most recently throughout Europe. The conference aims to keep our members informed of new publications, software, and technologies that move the field forward. The Center of Alcohol Studies is the birthplace of alcohol science. It was the first interdisciplinary research center devoted to alcohol use and alcohol-related problems and treatment, dating back to the late 1930s. It is also the home of the first educational program devoted to substance use, and the publisher of the oldest substance-related journal in the United States. The theme for this conference is Looking Forward, Looking Back: Reflections on the Past and Planning for the Future. Our agenda includes formal presentations, posters, and panel discussions designed to promote dialog to find solutions based on the vast knowledge accumulated in the past. We strongly believe that by reviewing past achievements and best practices, we can explore opportunities to translate them into our information age and can address new challenges with more success. We are pleased to present an agenda of speakers representing SALIS, government organizations, the Rutgers School of Communication and Information, and Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies. We are also pleased to welcome former Elisad members to SALIS. We wish to provide special opportunities utilizing the unique expertise of SALIS members, which will be beneficial for European organizations. On behalf of the planning committee, we are delighted to host this conference, and we hope that SALIS 2014 will provide you a platform to reflect, network, and share ideas. Your conference hosts, Judit Ward, Bill Bejarano, Stephanie Peeters, and Andrea Mitchell SALIS 2014 conference hosts would like to thank the organizations and persons who made this event possible: Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; SALIS Home; Nancy Sutherland, ADAI, for conference updates on the website; Deborah Fanslow and James Nguyen for all of their design help; and Laura Fenster Rothschild and the Education and Training Division for their generous support.

5 Table of Contents Conference Agenda 2 Poster Presentations 11 Presenter Bios 15 Presenter and Attendee Directory 22 Conference Exhibitors 26 Sponsors 26 SALIS Executive Board About SALIS 30

6 Conference Agenda TUESDAY, APRIL 29, :30 3:45 p.m. SALIS Executive Board Meeting (Center of Alcohol Studies) 5:30 6:00 p.m. Registration (Johnson Room) 6:00 8:00 p.m. Welcome Reception (Johnson Room) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, :00 8:30 a.m. Registration (Kelly Room) 8:30 8:45 a.m. Call to Order & Welcome (Kelly Room) 8:45 9:30 a.m. Robert Pandina Of Chickens and Eggs: How a Journal Built a Center and a Field This presentation will trace the development of the scientific history of Alcohol Studies in the United States from the early 1930s until the present as seen through the lens of the role and mission of the Center of Alcohol Studies (CAS). The CAS emerged from the faculty of the Laboratory of Applied Physiology at Yale University and has been located at Rutgers since Focusing on 75 years of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (formerly the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol and the Journal of Studies on Alcohol), the oldest alcohol addiction research journal currently published in the United States, the Center of Alcohol Studies history will be used as a microcosm and prototype of research centers in the United States and elsewhere in the development and evolution of scientific approaches to study alcohol in all of its facets from molecular genetics to social policy and interventions. 2 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

7 9:30 10:15 a.m. Gail Milgram Summer School of Alcohol Studies: The Rutgers Experience 10:15 10:30 a.m. Q&A Session 10:30 10:45 a.m. Coffee Break 10:45 11:45 a.m. Business Meeting I 11:45 12:45 p.m. Lunch A brief history of the first Summer School of Alcohol Studies (est. 1943) at Yale will be presented. Changes in the School over time and significant factors (e.g., curriculum, faculty, format, interactions) and how these elements contributed to School s success at Rutgers will be delineated. Major issues in the field and their impact on the Schools and other programs conducted by the Center s Education and Training Division will be discussed. 12:45 1:30 p.m. Andrea Mitchell Looking Back to Look Forward: Memories and Milestones of 36 Years SALIS was founded in 1978, at a time before there was a constant online communications network, with and web searching as part of daily life. Correspondence was through letters and phone calls. Taking a look back to the future of SALIS enables us to see the possibilities of tomorrow. With others, members of this group forged the information dissemination tools and network for the AOD field. From building an organization of information professionals, identifying the libraries and information centers in the global community, advocating for public access to the government created databases, fighting to save a government produced database, witnessing the demise of the libraries and information centers and advocating for the preservation of the AOD literature through digitization, SALIS has weathered numerous storms and tidal waves. Through memories and milestones this presentation will give you the inside on how SALIS members working together have pushed the borders and the bureaucracy to develop and further enhance the AOD information network future. 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 3

8 1:30 2:15 p.m. Ignite/Poster Session 2:15 2:30 p.m. Coffee Break 2:30 p.m. Bus departs from hotel entrance to Center of Alcohol Studies 3:00 4:00 p.m. Center of Alcohol Studies (CAS) Tour with Laura Fenster Rothschild 4:00 6:00 p.m. JSAD Anniversary Celebration (Rutgers Life Sciences Building Atrium) THURSDAY, MAY 1, :00 8:30 a.m. SIG Committee Meeting (Kelly Room) 8:30 8:45 a.m. Announcements (Kelly Room) 8:45 9:30 a.m. Bryony Addis-Jones International Alcohol Information Database-Research: Helping to Meet the Needs of the Evidence Gap Between the Past and the Future The International Alcohol Information Database-Research (IAID- Research), available at is a new public bibliographic database, which aims to help fill a gap left after decisions were taken to no longer update the NIAAA s ETOH and Rutgers Alcohol Information Database. It is freely available, and contains over 50,000 articles from approximately 3,550 peer-reviewed journals, including non- English language articles, going back to The database is the library catalogue of the International Center for Alcohol Policies (ICAP), a nonprofit organization which receives its funding from major international producers of beverage alcohol. Subjects covered include consumption, alcohol-related health, road safety, education, prevention, treatment, economic, social, policy, and regulatory issues. Although the majority of articles deal with health-related issues, by including citations from related social, behavioural, marketing, regulatory, and economic journals it hopes to provide a comprehensive and unique resource of peer-reviewed research. Still a work in progress, the database is updated weekly and includes links to journal articles and abstracts where available. It was designed to be user-friendly and freely available to the public and research community 4 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

9 alike, and although no individual information about database users is collected or shared, a registration option allows regular users to save searches and bookmark articles citations. It is hoped that substance abuse information providers and researchers will not only use the database and find it helpful in their work, but that they will also highlight errors and omissions in the data, and make suggestions on ways to improve it. 9:30 10:00 a.m. Sheila LaCroix Moving to Digital Collections for Grey Literature: Investigating the Landscape and Establishing a Plan As SALIS embarks on its digitization project to preserve the alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) literature, it is time to contemplate the future of our individual collections to consider how to preserve the older grey literature reports and collect new reports, primarily digital, as published. The Landscape: The CAMH Library is facing a move to a smaller space in approximately 5 years and must deal with a huge collection of government and agency documents. In addition to this, many CAMH corporate born digital reports have not been archived or itemized. Fortunately, the CAMH library has attempted to collect most reports but in the online environment, a stable digital repository is preferred. The library also continues to collect grey literature from other organizations, which is challenging in the digital environment. The Goal: The goal is to either establish a CAMH repository or find a host repository for CAMH corporate publications. Another goal is to find stable links in catalogue records for many important non CAMH documents, both archival and current. Also, obtaining permission to host documents published by CAMH partners will be investigated. The presentation will summarize: information gathered through surveys and interviews results of a search for repositories that hold valuable grey literature collected over the years progress made in developing policy and plans for moving ahead 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 5

10 10:00 10:30 a.m. Barbara Weiner Rich Histories Merge: Meet the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation 10:30 10:45 a.m. Coffee Break In the addictions treatment field, both the Betty Ford Foundation and the Hazelden Foundation are well known. Less well-known, however, are the interactions of these two organizations over many years. Learn their differences; learn their similarities. Now, with their formal merger creating a new foundation, meet the new Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. 10:45 11:45 a.m. Michael Lesk From Descriptions to Duplicates to Data: How Digital Tools Change Scholarly Research 11:45 12:45 p.m. Lunch Our use of digital material moves from catalogs (locator services) to digital duplicates intended for human study to digital versions intended for computer analysis. We have been through this entire path for text, the easiest material to digitise, and we are now fairly far along with artistic imagery. More difficult content, such as costume and dance, will move through the same stages in the future. Perhaps the most important question is whether the nature of critical research changes as the tools change. Many early applications of computers were authorship studies, for example. Will research based on computer analysis ask the same kind of questions as historically paper-based research? Algorithmic-based and data mining research can study large quantities of material, broadening the scope of questions asked away from single-work and single-author studies to broader investigations of trends. 12:45 1:15 p.m. Internet Archive 1:15 2:15 p.m. Helene White Transitions in Substance Use, Transitions in Publishing This presentation focuses on changes in substance use during emerging adulthood. Emerging adulthood is the period in the life course between adolescence and young adulthood (approximately ages 18 25). It is also the time when rates of substance use and related problems are generally highest. I present findings from two papers that I have published with 6 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

11 2:15 2:30 p.m. Coffee Break two different longitudinal data sets comparing changes in alcohol and drug use for college students and their noncollege peers. Then I discuss my research on interventions to reduce the harms associated with use during this critical developmental period. Throughout the presentation, I highlight citation counts for important papers on the topic as well as my own related papers, and discuss some of the intricacies of publishing research findings. 2:30 4:00 p.m. Paul Candon, Laura Mullen, and Jennifer Buckman Open Access (At What Cost?) Paul Candon: The debate surrounding open access at times does not include the costs of publishing. What is the true cost of publishing an article, an issue, a journal? What do we lose when journals become free? Is there such a thing as free access? Based on the experiences of a small, independent publication the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs this talk will focus on the monetary investment that journals make through every stage of the process, from peer review to copyediting to web hosting. Laura Mullen: Many universities are developing open access policies in order to make sure that the institution s research output can be disseminated widely. Gathering a university s scholarship in an institutional repository and making it available on the web leads to greater visibility and impact for both authors and institutions. At present, Rutgers is working on implementation of a university-wide open access policy for all faculty and graduate students from all disciplinary areas. Once an author shares legal versions of articles online, article level metrics can show resulting impact. Many Rutgers authors also choose free or author pays open access journals as venues for publication. Open access is a complex topic but one in which all researchers will need to engage in order for them to participate fully in today s scholarly communication landscape. Jennifer Buckman: There has been an explosion of open access journals in virtually every research field in recent years. At first these journals were embraced by many research scientists, but skepticism about quality and payment structure is now growing. In addition, open access journals place the cost burden of publishing on the authors, which raises the question about how much money scientists should set aside in their already cramped grant budgets to pay for possible publications resulting from their work. 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 7

12 5:00 p.m. Health Walk and Tour of College Avenue Campus FRIDAY, MAY 2, :00 8:30 a.m. SIG Committee Meeting 8:30 8:45 a.m. Announcements 8:45 9:30 a.m. Christine Goodair Preserving the Home Office Addicts Files & Indices as a Research Resource Digitisation of over 190,000 records of the Addicts Index files ( ) for research communities, including addiction specialists, medical historians and sociologist, both in the UK and world wide. The files were created between 1968 and 1994 and include papers from the 1940s onwards. These cover notifications to the Home Office Addicts Index of individuals seeking treatment for drug dependence received from Drug Dependence Unit, prison and police, doctors, etc, as well as on prescribers and inspections of chemists and pharmaceutical companies. 9:30 10:15 a.m. Barbara Seitz de Martinez Using Library Staff and Services to Target Specific Populations via E-resources, GIS, and Outreach Services Advancing Substance Abuse Prevention Libraries are being threatened and closed at alarming rates. This presentation will describe the recent struggles of the IPRC Library to survive the next round of grant renewal. We will learn shortly before the SALIS conference whether, in fact, we will survive. This presentation will focus on how tailored services can increase the contribution made by librarians to the field of substance abuse prevention and behavioral health promotion. The presentation will highlight examples of creative services offered by staff members, including outreach focus group and assessment services to agencies working with the Latino community, and e-resource services developed for access via the internet by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center library staff. During 2013 the IPRC library staff participated in administering a survey, conducting focus groups and large group discussions with Latino immigrants in SW Indiana as part of a health assessment project. The 8 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

13 10:15 10:30 a.m. Coffee Break results of the survey, focus group, and large group discussions were analyzed and presented in a report. This work helped to inform and was supported by other library services, specifically e-resource databases and GIS services, which this presentation will also describe. 10:30 11:15 a.m. Meg Brunner and Nancy Sutherland Going to Pot: Recreational Marijuana in Washington and Colorado Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for medicinal use, with at least three more states considering proposals to do the same in Meanwhile, in November 2012, Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize recreational use of marijuana for adults. As marijuana use increases and attitudes shift in a more positive direction, policymakers and the public need science-based information about the potential risks and benefits of cannabis more than ever before. As information specialists in the alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs field, we have been given the perfect opportunity to step in to fill this need. The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute was named in Washington state s marijuana law as the designated provider of online science-based information about marijuana for the public. We launched our web site, LearnAboutMarijuanaWA.org, before the initiative went to the voters to provide a place for the public to find non-partisan, reliable information that could help inform their vote. This presentation will take a closer look at what s been happening in both Colorado and Washington, and how ADAI s information specialists have been involved in the conversations and debates, as well as working to serve the broad educational needs of our state. 11:15 11:45 a.m. Kristin Tansil Electronic Screening and Brief Intervention (e-sbi) to Reduce Excessive Alcohol Consumption and Related Harms: A Community Guide Systematic Review Electronic screening and brief intervention (e-sbi) to reduce excessive alcohol consumption uses electronic devices (e.g., computers, telephones) to screen individuals for excessive drinking, and delivers a brief intervention, which provides personalized feedback about the associated risks and consequences. A systematic review for the Guide to Community Preventive Services (The Community Guide) found that e-sbi decreased 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 9

14 11:45 12:45 p.m. Lunch excessive alcohol consumption and related harms. In addition to presenting results of the systematic review, the presentation will address challenges of efficiently searching the literature in a rapidly evolving area without standardized terminology. Determining the best terminology for online and offline programs, and for devices such as computer, cell phone, or tablet presents a new challenge for librarians, information specialists, and systematic review teams when creating search strategies as technology continues to advance. 12:45 2:45 p.m. Ron Roizen, Bill Bejarano, Christine Bariahtaris, Scott Goldstein, Molly Stewart, Karen Thomas, and Judit Ward Mystery and Speculations: Piecing Together E.M. Jellinek s Redemption 2:45 3:00 p.m. Coffee Break 3:00 3:45 p.m. Ignite/Poster session 3:45 4:15 p.m. Business Meeting II E.M. Jellinek was arguably the single most significant figure in the modern history of alcohol and substance abuse research. While his accomplishments and contributions to this field have been wellestablished and amply acknowledged, more than a little mystery shrouds his life before he turned his attentions to alcohol research, at about age 50. This panel s goal is to share some of the results of the CAS Library s inquiry into Jellinek s long, pre-alcohol life and career, thus offering a new portrait of his larger-than-life personality and multifaceted exploits before :15 5:15 p.m. SALIS Executive Board Meeting II 10 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

15 Poster presentations WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, :30 2:15 p.m. Deborah Fanslow When Opportunity Knocks: Engineering a DAM System for Digital Collections This poster presents the issues faced in exploring the use of a document management system (DM) to serve as a digital archive for a unique and rare collection of materials representing over 80 years of history in the field of Alcohol Studies in the United States. There are a multitude of benefits and challenges in choosing to build your own digital asset management (DAM) system. The similar core functionalities between DM systems and DAM systems are presented, as well as the differences that are critical for managing digital collections for cultural heritage institutions. Issues and challenges faced in regard to workflow, metadata management, indexing, search, controlled vocabularies, rights management, and the user interface are detailed. Tony Chu Watch Out for the Potholes: The Bumpy Road of Digitizing a Historical Collection When building a digital library, the digitization of a historical collection can be done by (1) digitizing and indexing each of the print documents one-by-one, (2) digitizing all the print documents, importing them into the new system, and then indexing each of them, or (3) digitizing all the print documents, importing the existing metadata from the old system, and matching the two parts in the new system. The third option is often considered because the metadata is typically available as an online public access catalog. The poster will provide a visual representation of how this process was handled, including problems and our solutions. 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 11

16 Christine Goodair Addictions Education: Travelling Through Time from an Idea to Change Influencing and Changing the Landscape of Substance Misuse in the Undergraduate Medical Education in the UK. In Medical Schools the teaching of substance misuse has been reported to be poorly represented in the curriculum with newly qualified doctors often feeling unprepared to deal with problems associated with substance misuse. This poster will describe how improving and enhancing the training of undergraduate medical students has been undertaken. FRIDAY, MAY 2, :00 3:45 p.m. Maria Palotai and Beatrix Kovacs The Impact of E. M. Jellinek s Personality and Work in the Hungarian Literature This poster aims to pay tribute to Elvin Morton Jellinek, a US native of Hungarian descent, by tracing his presence in the Hungarian substance abuse field with an eye to the latest biographical details discovered in the 21st century. The Hungarian scientific community first became familiar with Jellinek s name in 1960 s, and there have been regular references to his work ever since. The protocol of the Hungarian Ministry of Health on alcohol diseases and the New Alcohol Strategy and Policy (2009) are based on Jellinek s disease concept. To date, his concept is taught in Hungarian schools and programs in social work and addiction. The Hungarian Central Statistical Office uses the Jellinek formula to estimate the number of alcoholics. A large portion of Jellinek s life remains unexplored. A Hungarian scholar, Gabor Kelemen, has been researching Jellinek s professional and personal history, which resulted in a significant change of his concept about Jellinek over time. Our team has contributed to the efforts at the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies to establish their comprehensive Jellinek Archive th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

17 Christine Rambo and Jessica Maratea The Devil s Mouthwash: America s Complicated Relationship with Alcohol This poster presents a collection of public service announcements, propaganda, and advertisements which we are digitizing into a collection that demonstrates the past and present relationship the United States has had with alcohol. Among the items in our collection include documents, drawings, and images from the Temperance Movement. The material from that time period represents both Pro- and Anti-Prohibition. Other, more recent materials, include magazine advertisements by Absolut Vodka, which have taken the artful approach to improve the public image of alcohol. Our materials are representations of the evolution of the United States public views on alcohol, which seems to have changed over the centuries. Mary Kelly State Documents, New Uses for Substance Abuse Prevention This presentation will describe the changing role of state documents used in a structured assessment of state substance abuse prevention systems. Early methods of prevention site visits assessments utilized state documents as means of describing state prevention systems. Further development of the site visit process sought to utilize state documents as a dynamic tool to assess effectiveness and capacity of a substance abuse prevention system. Looking forward state documents can provide models for action in other prevention systems. 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 13

18 Daniel Geary Saving the Spirit: Digitizing the Inventory of the Summer School This poster s aim is to describe the benefits and challenges of digitizing and archiving records and documents associated with Rutgers University s Center of Alcohol Studies Summer School. The Summer School is now digitizing its archives with the short-term goal of making records available for in-house faculty and the long-term goal of overall historical preservation. The library has been working closely with a vendor to customize an enterprise DM system with promising capabilities for managing and providing secure access to the collection materials. Some advantages of the software include zonal OCR and access permissions. Additionally, the library continues to wrestle with sensitive material, such as summer school student records, and how they should be filed. Due to our substance abuse specialty, privacy is a primary concern th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

19 Presenter Bios Bryony Addis-Jones, MLS Research Information Officer, Centre for Information on Beverage Alcohol Bryony is a member of SALIS and the research information officer for the Centre for Information on Beverage Alcohol, a subsidiary of the International Center for Alcohol Policies (ICAP), a nonprofit organization funded by the major producers of beverage alcohol. A professional librarian, she has worked for CBA since Christine Bariahtaris, MLIS Reference Specialist, Infotrieve Christine received her MLIS from Rutgers in May She holds a bachelor s degree in English from Boston University, where she also studied history and French. Her library interests include knowledge management, digital archives, and virtual reference services. She currently works as a reference specialist for Infotrieve in Wilton, CT, focusing on scientific and medical resource. In her spare time, she enjoys taking trips to New York City, cooking and reading. She would like to thank Judit Ward and the team at CAS for letting her be part of such an interesting and exciting project. Bill Bejarano, MA Information Specialist, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Bill has been the Information Specialist at the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies (CAS) since April Prior to that, he worked in the Rutgers University Libraries system for about eight years. He has a master s degree in labor and employment relations, and is currently enrolled in the Rutgers School of Communication and Information to complete his MLIS degree with a concentration in digital librarianship. In his current role at CAS, Bill has been involved in numerous projects, with a great amount of time devoted to the preserving, digitizing, archiving, and displaying of material related to alcohol and addiction history, dating back to the 19th Century and up through the modern era. In addition, his work entails research support ranging from conducting timely literature reviews on topics in addiction to research on the history of alcohol studies. Meg Brunner, MLIS Librarian, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, University of Washington Meg Brunner has worked in libraries since high school, when she spent summers tending a virtually patron-free military library. Because of the quiet, she was able to spend hours honing her computer skills, and by the end of the first summer, had finally made it to the last level of Super Mario Brothers on her Nintendo Game Boy, a stunning achievement indeed. She earned her MLIS in 1998 from the University of Washington, and has worked at the UW Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute ever since. Meg specializes in web site and database development and is also the Institute s go-to expert on incredibly bad sci-fi and horror movies. Meg has been a member of SALIS for many years, has served as Chair of the Executive Board ( ) and Chair of the Membership & Outreach Committee (2013-present), and will be the new editor of SALIS News this spring. Jennifer Buckman, PhD Assistant Research Professor, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Jennifer received her Ph.D. in behavioral neuroscience from Oregon Health and Science University and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in pharmacology at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research interests include the influence of cognitive impairment on recovery processes, neurocardiac and genetic indicators of addiction risk and recovery, and the relationship of alcohol and other drug use to sports-related concussion. 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 15

20 Paul Candon, MA Managing Editor, Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs Paul Candon has been the managing editor of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs since Before that, he was the managing editor and senior writer for The Johns Hopkins White Papers, a series of consumer medical publications. In 1998, he received a master s degree in psychology from the State University of New York at Binghamton. Tony Chu, PhD Information Specialist, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Tony joined the CAS library in fall 2013 as a graduate student intern. He is a second-year MLIS student. He achieved a Ph.D. in social psychology and is studying library and information science to enhance his knowledge of how people construct and organize knowledge. Before starting his current MLIS study, he worked as a statistical programmer, applying the major statistical software applications and data mining for insurance, education, and media research companies around the New York metropolis. He is interested in learning both programming and natural languages. He enjoys cross-cultural activities and practicing mindful meditation by running 5K. Deborah Fanslow, MLIS Information Specialist, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Deborah Fanslow is an information specialist at Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies, where she is currently assisting with the Center s digitization initiatives. Deborah is interested in combining her background in graphic design and information science in the areas of digital libraries, information architecture, and digital asset management. Daniel Geary, MA Graduate Assistant, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Danny Geary is currently a fourth-semester student in the Rutgers MLIS program. As an undergraduate, he studied history at The College of New Jersey. Then he attended the University of Pennsylvania, where his masters thesis was on food history. While working at the CAS, he also works at the reference desk in Alexander Library on College Avenue and volunteers at the Browns Mills/Pemberton Library in his hometown. When he graduates, he would like to pursue a career in digital archiving using his knowledge of history and the skills he has learned through Rutgers MLIS program and his job experiences. Scott Goldstein, MA, MLIS Web Librarian, Belk Library and Information Commons, Appalachian State University Scott Goldstein is a Digital Humanities Specialist at the Archibald S. Alexander Library at Rutgers University. He has an MLIS from Rutgers and an MA in philosphy from the University of Connecticut. He worked as an Information Assistant at the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies Library from 2012 to 2013, where he helped to research and implement the library s ongoing digital archives project. Beginning in June, he will be the Web Librarian at the Belk Library and Information Commons at Appalachian State University. Christine Goodair, BA, MCLIP, FRSA Programmes Coordinator, St. George s University of London Christine worked for more than 20 years in special libraries and information services. Her last information services role was at DrugScope, where she ran the website and information services as well as working two European projects on addictions. Since 2007 she has been at St. George s Medical School, University of London, working on a range of substance misuse projects. Her current programmes of work are Substance Misuse in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum, and 16 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

21 National Programme on Drug Related Deaths; she is also involved in a History of St. George s project. Christine was an active member of Elisad and has been Chair and Secretary of SALIS. Mary A. Kelly, MSLS Project Librarian, JBS International, Inc. Mary Kelly is project librarian for the State Technical Assistance Project from JBS International, Inc. Mary has been the project librarian and corporate librarian since She has worked in the area of substance abuse prevention through a SAMHSA contract with the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. She has created databases and processes that facilitate the effective use of state documents as diagnostic tools to improve state behavioral health capacity. She is currently Member-at-Large representative on the SALIS Board and represents the organization at the NIAAA Advisory Council Meetings at NIH. Beatrix Kovacs, MLIS Librarian, National Health Science Library of Hungary Beatrix Kovacs has been working as a librarian in the National Health Science Library of Hungary for more than 30 years. She is in charge of the special collection of documents on addictions and of the WHO Depository Library. As collection development librarian, she curates documents in print and electronic formats, creates and updates databases, and maintains the library s website. She participated in the PHARE Drug Information System project on several occasions in previous years. After the Library joined Elisad in 1999, she had the opportunity to attend Elisad conferences. She was on the conference organizing committee when the 21st Elisad annual meeting was organized by the National Health Science Library in She joined SALIS this year. She is a board member of the Association of Hungarian Librarians. She has been singing in an amateur choir for several years. Sheila Lacroix BSc, MLS Library Coordinator, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Library Sheila has been the Library Coordinator at the CAMH Library (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) in Toronto, Canada, for many years. She is active in the Toronto health library community, currently as Past President of the Toronto Health Libraries Association (THLA) and serving on committees of the Health Science Information Consortium of Toronto. She is an active SALIS member and a frequent SALIS conference presenter, currently on the Advocacy Committee, and is a past SALIS Chair. She has contributed several publications to library and addictions literature. Michael Lesk, PhD Professor, School of Communication and Information, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey After receiving a PhD degree in chemical physics in 1969, Michael Lesk joined the computer science research group at Bell Laboratories, where he worked until From 1984 to 1995, he managed the computer science research group at Bellcore, and from 1998 to 2002 he was in charge of the Division of Information and Intelligent Systems at the National Science Foundation. He is currently professor in, and past chair of, the Library and Information Science Department at Rutgers University. Jessica Maratea Graduate Student, School of Communication and Information, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Jessica Maratea is an MLIS student at Rut gers University, and holds a degree in creative writing from The Richard Stockton College of NJ. She works as a library assistant at the Cinnaminson Library where her duties include creating children s programs and displays. She is a member of ALA and her poster, her first conference presentation, is based on her coursework for the Digital Library Technologies course taken in the spring semester. 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 17

22 Gail Milgram, EdD Professor Emerita, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Dr. Milgram began working at the Center of Alcohol Studies as a graduate student after the Center moved to Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey from Yale University. She has been a member of the Center s faculty since 1971 and was the Director of the Education and Training Division from 1980 through As Director of the Education and Training Division, she directed the School of Alcohol and Drug Studies, the Institute of Alcohol and Drug Studies, and the Continuing Professional Education Seminars. She also jointly directed the International School of Alcohol and Drug Studies through a partnership with Hazelden in the 1990s. She was also the founding Director of the Johnson & Johnson School Nurse Fellowship Program in 1988, which is now the Johnson & Johnson School Health Leadership Program. Laura Bowering Mullen, MLIS Behavioral Sciences Librarian, Library of Science and Medicine, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Laura Bowering Mullen has been an academic science librarian for many years, and a major focus of her recent work has been in areas of scholarly communication and open access. Mullen is the co-chair of the Rutgers University Libraries Committee on Scholarly Communication, and also the co-chair of the Rutgers Open Access Policy Implementation Working Group. With her colleague Jane Otto, Mullen has worked on outreach and education on open access policy and is now engaged in implementation of a university-wide open access policy at Rutgers. Mullen has written and presented locally and internationally at conferences on the topic of open access and is the author of the book Open Access and its Practical Impact on the Work of Academic Librarians: Collection Development, Public Services, and the Library and Information Science Literature. Andrea Mitchell, MLS Executive Director, SALIS Andrea Mitchell has been a librarian in the Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) field for more than four decades. As the head librarian for one of the National Alcohol Research Centers for most of her career, she gained a broad knowledge of the AOD field and the information sources, databases, libraries, and information centers that support it. She is currently Executive Director of the Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists (SALIS), a nonprofit international association of AOD librarians and information specialists, which she helped to establish in the late 1970s. Ms. Mitchell compiles New Books, a bimonthly column for one of the leading addiction journals, and is currently working on a SALIS Internet Archive digitization project to create an AOD digital books archive. She lives in Berkeley with her partner, Geoffrey, and their cat, Lily. Gardening, traveling, and keeping a journal give her pause. Maria Palotai, Phd, MLS Head, National Health Science Library of Hungary Dr. Palotai is the Head of the National Health Science Library of Hungary. A librarian for 40 years, she has been working there for 30 years. She obtained her PhD in On behalf of the Library, she has been instrumental in establishing and maintaining professional relationships with Hungarian and international professional organizations, such as the Association of Hungarian Librarians, the Alliance of Hungarian Libraries and Information Institutes, EAHIL, SALIS, and the Hungarian Medical Library Association. She is on the board of the Hungarian Medical Library Association. In 1999, the Library joined Elisad and participated in events of the PHARE Drug Information System project on several occasions. Dr. Palotai attended several Elisad conferences and was the proud host of the 21st Elisad annual meeting in She handled the Library s special collection of World Health Organization for several years. She takes pride in being the chief editor of the Hungarian Medical Bibliography. Updated quarterly with about 1000 items, it offers comprehensive coverage of the Hungarian medical literature th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

23 Robert J. Pandina, PhD Director, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Dr. Pandina is a developmental neuropsychologist and psychopharmacologist. Other areas of expertise include mechanisms of drug action, prevention and treatment, drug testing, and forensic and sports psychology. He is President of Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, and serves as the Director of the Center s Health and Human Development Laboratory, focusing on etiology and consequences of substance use. Dr. Pandina directs the NIDA-funded Rutgers Transdisciplinary Prevention Research Center, focusing on interventions during key developmental transitional periods in youths and young adults. Dr. Pandina has received grants from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the National Institute on Criminal Justice, and the New Jersey State Department of Health. He has presented numerous papers and published articles on his research in alcohol and drug use etiology and consequences, psychosocial correlates of use, brain mechanisms and drug action, and addiction and the treatment process. Dr. Pandina also serves on several advisory and editorial boards, serves as a Scholar in Residence at the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and is past president of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behavior. Christine Rambo Graduate Student, School of Communication and Information, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Christine is an MLIS student with a focus on digital libraries. She is in the second half of her program and expects to graduate in May In addition to schoolwork and family responsibilities, she volunteers at the Marie Fleche Memorial Library to assist with their transition to an independent municipal library. She also completed her undergraduate degree as a nontraditional student at Rutgers and graduated with honors in art history. Her background in art history and museum studies is what inspired her to pursue digital librarianship as a method to preserve, study, document, and share humanity s works. Ron Roizen, PhD Independent Scholar Sociologist Ron Roizen has had a longstanding interest in the history and sociology of alcohol science interest that from time to time has focused his attentions on E.M. Jellinek s work and life. In a 2009 blog post, Roizen offered the first detailed account in the English language of Jellinek s currency trading caper and hasty departure from Budapest in Roizen s account was based on Hungarian author Laszlo Frank s description of events as offered in a 1966 book; Frank s narrative was unearthed, translated, and made available to Roizen by an American scholar, Michael Lawrence Miller, posted in Budapest. Roizen and his spouse, the fine artist Maggie Entrekin Roizen, have made their home in Wallace, a hamlet in northern Idaho, since Laura Fenster Rothschild, PsyD Director of Education and Training, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Laura Fenster Rothschild currently serves as the Director of Education and Training at Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies and Co-Director of the Addiction Counselor Training Program. She received her bachelor s degree from Lafayette College and Masters and Doctorate from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Dr. Fenster Rothschild is a school psychologist whose expertise is in preventing and intervening in unhealthy and maladaptive health behaviors, including alcohol and drug use. She has considerable experience in bringing research scientists together with clinicians to promote translation and advance bio-behavioral health programs, with a particular emphasis on initiatives that support the healthy development of school age and college students. Her work in this area has focused on developing effective educational experiences that support professionals working directly with at risk populations in their communi- 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 19

24 ties. Prior to coming to Rutgers, Dr. Fenster Rothschild directed a national evidence-based high school mentoring and prevention program that provided leadership and support to over 60,000 students annually. Barbara Seitz de Martinez, PhD, MLS Deputy Director, Indiana Prevention Resource Center Barbara is a past president and past secretary of SALIS and a member since She is the Head Librarian, since 1990, and Deputy Director, since 2006, of the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. Her work has focused on development of electronic databases, GIS in Prevention, and work with the Latino community. She holds a PhD in folklore (communication and culture), and master s degrees in library science and musicology. Molly Stewart, MLIS Adult Services Reference Librarian, Franklin Township Public Library, Somerset, NJ Molly Stewart holds a BA in sociology from Rutgers University and an MLIS from the School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University. She worked at the Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies Library as a graduate assistant for two years and as a part-time librarian for two years. Molly is one of the founding members of the CAS Archives project. She contributed to all CAS Library publications, presentations, and posters from 2009 to 2013 at state, national, and international conferences, including SALIS. Nancy Sutherland, MLS Associate Director, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute University of Washington Nancy Sutherland manages the library and information services of the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute a multidisciplinary research center at the University of Washington. She received her MLS from the University of Washington and has been an active member of SALIS for more than 30 years. Kristin Tansil, MSW Health Behavioral Scientist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Kristin A. Tansil, MSW, joined the Guide to Community Preventive Services (Community Guide) in January She is a health behavioral scientist and has worked on three systematic review teams: cancer screening, alcohol reduction, and health communication campaigns. She recently evaluated and presented the findings for the alcohol electronic screening and brief intervention (e-sbi) review to the Community Preventive Services Task Force, which received a strong recommendation of effectiveness. Currently, she is working on the breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening review team to help conceptualize and identify key intervention characteristics. In addition, she is disseminating the e-sbi findings and recommendation and completing a health communication manuscript for publication. Prior to The Community Guide, Ms. Tansil worked at the University of Michigan as a research assistant assessing racial identity and perceptions in African American and Latino children and families. She also interned at the Corner Health Center and Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan, where she organized and facilitated health programs. Ms. Tansil holds a master of social work, with a concentration in management of human services, and a bachelor of arts in psychology, both from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor. Karen Thomas, MLIS Adjunct Librarian, Raritan Valley Community College Karen s responsibilities as an Adjunct Librarian include reference and information literacy instruction. Karen holds a BA in Italian literature and European studies from the University of Delaware and an MLIS from Rutgers University. She is a member of ALA, SLA, and NJLA and has presented posters at both VALE and NJLA. For information about her research interests, please visit th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ

25 Judit Ward, PhD, MLIS Director of Information Services, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Dr. Ward s areas of specialization include applied linguistics, medical communication and informatics, and library and information science. She is a librarian-information specialist with research interests in digital libraries, the evaluation of information in the electronic environment, human information behavior, and cross-cultural research methods. She is also Adjunct Faculty at the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers. Barbara Weiner, MLS Manager, Hazelden Library Barbara has been librarian for the Hazelden Foundation and a member of SALIS for almost 30 years. She can recall the dynamic information situations before both computers and the internet, and is excited for the future of addictions information in our networked world. Helene Raskin White, PhD Distinguished Professor, Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Dr. White s research focuses on the development, etiology, consequences, and comorbidity of substance use and other problem behaviors over the life course. In addition, she has developed, implemented, and evaluated brief substance use interventions for college students. Dr. White s research has continuously been sponsored by federal and foundation grants. She has co-authored one book, co-edited three other books, and published extensively in substance use, criminology, psychology, and sociology journals. Dr. White organized the founding of the Section on Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco of the American Sociological Association, served as its chair, and received the section s Senior Scholar Award in Other honors include the Web of Science Highly Cited list, the New Jersey Woman of Achievement award from the New Jersey State Federation of Women s Clubs, and the Translational Science Award from the Society for Prevention Research. 36th Annual SALIS Conference April 29 May 2, 2014 New Brunswick, NJ 21

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