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Catherine Ebenezer

  • University of Sheffield Information School
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Research interests

information governance; network security; access to e-resources; access and content control; e-learning in health sciences education; organisational culture; information culture; NHS library and information services

About

From February 2003 until January 2008 I worked at the Royal College of Midwives as Information Systems Manager. I was declared redundant in October 2007 (a sudden decision was made to close the library) and then moved to live in North Yorkshire, where I worked as Library and Information Services Manager at the Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust, a mental health and learning disabilities trust, from March 2008 until May 2012, based in Middlesbrough. Previously I had managed the library at the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust Lambeth Hospital site, for the seven years from October 1995 until January 2003. In November 2001 I obtained the MSc in Information Science (Computerised Library Systems) from University College London, with Distinction. I moved to Nantwich, Cheshire in June 2012, and started a PhD in information science at the University of Sheffield the following October. My professional interests include web usability, e-resources, social media, internet access control, and clinician information use. In addition to my research I also run a small proofreading and editing service, Proof of Concept. My main diversions are choral singing and walking. I was formerly a regular member of the choir of St Luke's, Chelsea, whose web site I edited. More recently I sang with the choir of St Nicholas's, Guisborough and the Cleveland Philharmonic Choir, and now sing at St Mary's, Nantwich. I share the house I live in with a Ragdoll cat, Ziggy (4), and a Saluki cross lurcher, Marcus (8).

Co-authors (6)

  • Andy Tattersall
  • Bridgette Wessels
  • Andrew Booth

Publications (26)

“Access denied”? Managing access to the World Wide Web within the National Health Service (NHS) in England: technology, risk, culture, policy and practice

  • Ebenezer C
  • Bath P
  • Pinfield S
ISHIMR (2015)
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Access to and use of Web 2.0 and social media applications within the NHS in England: the role and impact of organisational culture, information governance, and communications policy

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iFutures 2015 (2015)
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Health Libraries Week 2005

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  • Wilkie F
RCM Midwives: the official journal of the Royal College of Midwives (2005)
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Electronic journals: Incremental change or radical shift?

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Psycoloquy (2000)
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Electronic journals: incremental change or radical shift? Book review of Tenopir & King on electronic journals

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Psycholoquy (2000)
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Professional experience

Library and Information Services Manager

Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

March 2008 - May 2012(4 years)

Information Systems Manager

Royal College of Midwives

February 2003 - February 2008(5 years)

Trust Librarian

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

April 1999 - January 2003(4 years)

Trust Librarian

Lambeth Healthcare NHS Trust

October 1995 - April 1999(4 years)

Education history

PhD, Health Informatics

University of Sheffield Information School

October 2012 - Present

MSc, Information Science (Computerised Library Systems)

King's College London

September 1999 - October 2001(2 years)

Diploma in Information Studies

University of North London

September 1992 - July 1993(10 months)

STM (Master of Sacred Theology) in Christian Ethics

Yale Divinity School

September 1979 - June 1981(2 years)

BD (Bachelor of Divinity), AKC (Associateship of King's College)

King's College London

September 1976 - June 1979(3 years)

BA, Biochemistry

University of Oxford, Lady Margaret Hall

October 1973 - June 1976(3 years)