Min-Lin Fang

Education and Information Consultant
UCSF Library
+1 415 476-3397

Min-Lin Fang, MLIS, has been the Education and Information Consultant for Nursing and Social & Behavioral Sciences in the Library and Center for Knowledge Management at UCSF since 2004. She is pleased to have an opportunity to work with the MS-HAIL faculty and students since its inception in January 2014. Prior to joining in UCSF, she was the Coordinator of Reference Service at the Library of Health Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago.

As a member of the Informatics Education and Research Services team in the Library and a liaison to the SON, DPT, MS-Global Health, MS-HAIL, and dietetics interns at the UCSF Medical Center, Min-Lin plays an important role in support of evidence-based practice at UCSF and beyond. Min-Lin has extensive experience in teaching curriculum-integrated instructions on EBP Literature Searching, conducting literature searches and providing personal consultation in support of faculty/researchers’ evidence-based systematic reviews. She was a guest instructor for Joanna Briggs Institute systematic review workshop and the UCSF Training in Clinical Research (TICR) Program. Beyond UCSF, Min-Lin has been working with UCOP California Health Benefit Review Program (CHBRP) since 2004 to provide the best available evidence on medical effectiveness, financial and public health impact of health benefit mandates to the CHBRP analytic team, which is used to assist the California legislature in health benefit-related legislative decision making.