Jennifer R. Martin is a Librarian in the Arizona Health Sciences Library and a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science in the College of Pharmacy. She joined the library faculty in 2007 and gained her dual appointment in the College of Pharmacy in 2011. As an embedded librarian in the College of Pharmacy, her primary role is to support the research and scholarship of faculty, students and staff through consultation, collaboration, and library instruction. She works with faculty to provide integrated library instruction in both the PharmD and graduate curricula and provides expert biomedical literature, patent and intellectual property searching services. Jennifer also provides research support for faculty and collaborates on the scholarship of teaching and learning. In addition, she has contributed to multiple systematic reviews and works with individuals who are considering conducting a systematic review or meta-analysis.
Jennifer’s research interests include the study of information literacy skills, for which she was a recipient of the New Investigator Award from AACP (2010). Her research interests also include the scholarship of teaching and learning, information-seeking behavior, embedded librarianship, and assessing the impact of library and drug information instruction for pharmacy students.
BA, Chemistry, University of Arizona, 2002
MA, Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona, 2007
Information seeking behavior
Chair, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), Library & Information Sciences Section, 2019-2020
Annual Meeting Program Committee Chair, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), 2018-2019
Secretary of Knowledge Management and Content Contributing Editor, Basic Resources for Pharmacy Education, Core Journals List for Pharmacy Education
Fellow of the Association of Research Libraries’ Career and Leadership Development Program (LCDP), 2018-2019