Health Research Associates (HRA)
UVM Medical Center Nursing
Alice Stokes is a Library Associate Professor at the Dana Medical Library, University of Vermont. In her role as Research and Education Librarian, she serves as the liaison to clinical nursing at the University of Vermont Medical Center and to pre-clinical Medical Student Education at the Larner College of Medicine. She also manages the Health Research Associate program, serving rural hospitals throughout the state of Vermont.
• Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
• BA in Environmental Studies, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Selected Scholarly & Creative Activity
Fitzsimons, J., Stokes, A., Gelles, L. & King, P. What Information Resources do Students Use? Analysis of Information Resources used in Convergence PBL. Poster presented at the University of Vermont College of Medicine Teaching Academy Snow Season Education Retreat.
Stokes, A. Providing access to inclusive images for medical education. North Atlantic Health Sciences Libraries Association Conference, October 27, 2020. Online.
Almader-Douglas, D., Malachowski, M., Marks, L. & Stokes, A. Librarians Supporting Nursing Scholarship.
National Network of Libraries of Medicine Webinar. March 28, 2019. Online.
Stokes, A.. Librarian Support of Evidence-Based Practice Scholar Program for Hospital Nurses. North Atlantic Health Sciences Libraries Association Conference, October 30, 2018, Manchester, NH.
O’Malley, D., Stokes, A., Atwood, G., & Howell, L. Development of a mobile-friendly website to strengthen clinical decision making. Lightning presentation. Medical Library Association 2018 Annual Meeting, May 21, 2018, Atlanta, GA.
Stokes, A. and Haines, L. Closing the Reference Desk: Increasing Number of Questions Answered, and Level of Librarian Embeddedness.
Poster presented at the New England Library Association Conference, October 2017, Burlington, VT.
Stokes, A. and Light, J. Engaging Students and Faculty in the Evaluation of a USMLE Review Project: Implications for Library Collection Development.
North Atlantic Health Sciences Libraries Association Conference, October 2016, New Haven, CT.
Stokes, A., Light, J. and Haines, L. (2014). Library Support of Mobile Resources During Clinical Clerkships.
Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 33(2), 179-194. doi:10.1080/02763869.2014.897519
Nichols, A., Billey, A., Spitzform, P., Stokes, A., & Tran, C. (2014). Kicking the Tires: A Usability Study of the Primo Discovery Tool.
Journal of Web Librarianship, 8(2), 172-195. doi:10.1080/19322909.2014.903133
Stokes, A., Light, J. and Haines, L. & Pond, F. Access to Mobile Resources: How Does It Affect the Clerkship Experience.
Poster presented at the Medical Library Association (MLA) Annual Meeting, May 2013, Boston, MA.
• Medical Library Association (MLA)
• North Atlantic Health Sciences Libraries, Chair, Education Committee
• American Library Association (ALA)
• Vermont Library Association