Welcome, IRHR Library Technician Sarah Morgan!

January 6, 2020 by CIRHR Communications

The CIRHR is excited to welcome our new Library Technician, Sarah Morgan!  

With a Library and Information Technician diploma from Seneca College, as well as a Bachelor of Arts & Science (Honours) from the University of Toronto (Woodsworth College), Sarah comes to the CIRHR from the library at Public Health Ontario, an interdisciplinary research organization providing scientific and technical advice to the Ministry of Health and local public health units. In that role, she says, she’s been supporting researchers, practitioners, and students at all stages of their engagement with information resources, from access through publication. 

“I was drawn to working in libraries by my interest in the systems we use to access information - information literacy and access to information have such an impact on the way we experience the world around us, and I love the opportunity to help people navigate from their idea to the information they need.”  

Selected publications and presentations: 

  • Rosella, L., Bowman, C., Pach, B., Morgan, S., Fitzpatrick, T., & Goel, V. (2016). The development and validation of a meta-tool for quality appraisal of public health evidence: Meta Quality Appraisal Tool (MetaQAT). Public Health, 136, 57-65. doi:10.1016/j.puhe.2015.10.027 
  • Pach, B., Morgan, S., McArthur, A., Massarella, S., & Kapetanos, D. (2016, May). Collaborative quality assurance in literature searching. Poster presented at Mosiac MLA/CHLA 2016, Toronto, ON. 
  • McArthur, A., Morgan, S., Kapetanos, D., Massarella, S., & Pach, B. (2016, April). Transform public health knowledge into scientific publications: Identifying journals as platforms for public health publishing. Poster presented at The Ontario Public Health Convention (TOPHC) 2016, Toronto, ON. 
  • McArthur, A., & Morgan, S. (2014, February). Grey areas: a systematic approach to finding grey literature. Poster presented at OLA Super Conference 2014, Toronto, ON. 
  • Morgan, S. (2013). Powering Search: The Role of Thesauri in New Information Environments [book review]. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association, 34(3),192. doi.org/10.5596/c13-045 

Outside of work, Sarah is a music fan and loves to read. Come by the IRHR Library starting this week to welcome the newest member of the CIRHR community!