Anna Ferri, MLIS, MEd

Research & Learning Librarian

Area of expertise

Comprehensive/Systematic Searches, Drug Information Education, Lifelong Learning

Anna Ferri has been a Research and Learning Librarian on the Henderson Campus at Roseman University of Health Sciences since 2018. Prior to that she worked in public libraries in Vancouver, British Columbia with a focus on adult education programming and events. She currently focuses on providing reference, research, and instructional support for the College of Pharmacy, the Advanced Education in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics Residency Program, and the College of Graduate Studies. In 2019, she attended the Systematic Review Workshop from the University of Pittsburgh, and in 2020 she was accepted into the Research Training Institute of the Medical Library Association. She serves in leadership roles for the Health Sciences Interest Group (HSIG of the Association of College and Research Libraries, the Northern California/Nevada Medical Libraries Group (NCNMLG) chapter of the Medical Library Association, and Health Science Libraries of Nevada (HSLN). Her areas of research focus include drug information education and lifelong learning in academic libraries as well as an interest in comprehensive and expert searching for review articles.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Linfield College
Master of Library and Information Studies, University of British Columbia
Master of Education in Instructional Design, University of Massachusetts, Boston