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Joc, Karen and Lasserre, Kaye (2001). A new breed of doctor? Lessons learned and changes made to library services for the MBBS program at the University of Queensland. In: 9th Specials, Health and Law Libraries Conference: Rivers of Knowledge. 9th Specials, Health and Law Libraries Conference, Melbourne, Victoria, (). 26-29 August, 2001. 71  
Lasserre, Kaye E. and Moffatt, Jennifer J. (2013) Building research capacity of medical students and health professionals in rural communities: leveraging a rural clinical school's resources to conduct research skills workshops. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 44 3: 135-150. doi:10.1080/00048623.2013.831336 54   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Lasserre, Kaye E., Foxlee, Nicola, Kruesi, Lisa and Walters, Julie (2011) Health sciences librarians' research on medical students' use of information for their studies at the medical school, University of Queensland, Australia. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 30 2: 141-157. doi:10.1080/02763869.2011.562794 65 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Browne, Ruth, Lasserre, Kaye, McTaggart, Jill, Bayley, Liz, McKibbon, Ann, Clark, Megan, Perry, Gerald J. and Murphy, Jeannette (2012) International trends in health science librarianship: Part 1 – the English speaking world. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 29 1: 75-80. doi:10.1111/j.1471-1842.2011.00973.x 42   2 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 1
Kruesi, Lisa, Chun, William and Lasserre, Kaye (2007). Librarian's story of the PDA Service at the University of Queensland Rural Clinical School. In: NSW Health Libraries Forum, Gosford, NSW, Australia, (). 8-9 November, 2007. 24 30
Lasserre, Kaye, Eley, Diann, Baker, Peter and Kruesi, Lisa (2010) Medical students out of town but not out of touch: Use of personal digital assistants to improve access to clinical information and enhance learning at the point of care in rural and remote Australia. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 18 2: 87-88. doi:10.1111/j.1440-1584.2010.01131.x 97 3 4 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Heath, Andrew, Kruesi, Lisa, Lasserre, Kaye, Todd, Heather and Thorning, Sarah (2004). Opportunities in the palm of your hand: the challenges of handheld computing for libraries and information services. In: Vicki McDonald, ALIA 2004: Challenging Ideas. ALIA 2004 Biennial Conference Challenging Ideas, Gold Coast, Australia, (). 21-24 September 2004. 56 28
Heath, Andrew, Kruesi, Lisa and Lasserre, Kaye (2004). Power in your pocket. In: Mobile Solutions 2004: PDAs @ Work in Health Conference 2004, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, (). October, 2004. 28 39
Pender, Michael P, Lasserre, Kaye, Kruesi, Lisa, Del Mar, Christopher and Anuradha, Satyamurthy (2008). Putting Wikipedia to the Test: A Case Study. In: The Special Libraries Association Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington, USA, (1-16). June 16, 2008. 582 1855
Heath, Andrew, Kruesi, Lisa, Lasserre, Kaye, Todd, Heather and Thorning, Sarah (2004). Rural but not remote! Access in outback Australia. Report on the implementation of Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) for medical students, clinical teaching staff and health librarians at the Rural Clinical Division, School of Medicine, University of Queensland, Australia. In: Proceedings of: 9th European Conference of Medical and Health Libraries: From Altamira until now: Information Transference ways. 9th European Conference of Medical and Health Libraries: From Altamira until now: Information Transference ways, Santander, Spain, (1-20). 20-25 September 2004. 855 1023
Moffatt, Jennifer and Lasserre, Kaye (2011). Teaching research: the medical student experience. In: UQ School of Medicine Learning & Teaching Conference: Professionalism, quality and health professional education, Brisbane, Australia, (). 3-4 November 2011. 66  
Baker, Peter, Eley, Diann and Lasserre, Kaye (2005) Tradition and technology: Teaching rural medicine using an internet discussion board. Rural and Remote Health, 5 4: 1-8. 914 210 Cited 2 times in Scopus2