Glyneva Bradley-Ridout

Glyneva Bradley-Ridout
Liaison & Education Librarian

Gerstein Science Information Centre
9 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5Z 1A5

Glyneva Bradley Ridout (Hons. B.A., MI) started in the position of Liaison & Education Librarian at Gerstein Science Information Centre in December 2018. Her role includes supporting the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, the Department of Nutritional Sciences, and the Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology through teaching, one-on-one consultations, and collaboration on knowledge syntheses and other publications. Glyneva also selects and manages the collection in a number of health science subject areas. Prior to joining the team at Gerstein, Glyneva was a hospital librarian at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto.

Published works

Bradley-Ridout, G., Nekolaichuk, E., Jamieson, T., Jones, C., Morson, N., Chuang, R., & Springall, E. (2021). UpToDate versus DynaMed: a cross-sectional study comparing the speed and accuracy of two point-of-care information tools. Journal of the Medical Library Association: JMLA109(3), 382.

Bradley-Ridout, G., & Epworth, A. (2020). Library technicians collaborating with librarians on knowledge syntheses: a survey of current perspectives. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association/Journal de l'Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada41(3).

Bradley-Ridout, Glyneva. "Preferred but not Required: Examining Research Data Management Roles in Health Science Librarian Positions." Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association/Journal de l'Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada 39.3 (2018): 138-145.…

Bradley-Ridout, Glyneva. "In Transit: The Information Behaviour of Toronto’s Public Transit Commuters." The iJournal: Graduate Student Journal of the Faculty of Information 3.1 (2017).

Varghese, S., Hahn-Goldberg, S., Deng, Z., Bradley-Ridout, G., Guilcher, S. J., Jeffs, L., ... & McCarthy, L. M. (2022). Medication Supports at Transitions Between Hospital and Other Care Settings: A Rapid Scoping Review. Patient preference and adherence16, 515.

Campisi, S. C., Zasowski, C., Shah, S., Bradley-Ridout, G., Madigan, S., Szatmari, P., & Korczak, D. J. (2021). Do Healthy Dietary Interventions Improve Pediatric Depressive Symptoms? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Advances in Nutrition12(6), 2495-2507.

Kellar, J., Singh, L., Bradley-Ridout, G., Martimianakis, M. A., van der Vleuten, C. P., Oude Egbrink, M. G., & Austin, Z. (2021). How pharmacists perceive their professional identity: a scoping review and discursive analysis. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice29(4), 299-307.

Campisi, S. C., Zasowski, C., Shah, S., Shah, A., Bradley-Ridout, G., Korczak, D. J., & Szatmari, P. (2020). Assessing the evidence of micronutrients on depression among children and adolescents: an evidence gap map. Advances in Nutrition11(4), 908-927.



Bradley-Ridout G. "Delivering a pharmacy orientation online using a flipped classroom model". Medical Library Association Conference, May 2021

Bradley-Ridout G., Gray M., Fuller K., Mehataji K., and Main E. They came, they saw, but did they conquer? Evaluating published reviews by authors who attended a workshop on searching. Canadian Health Library Association Conference, Virtual. June 2021 

Gray M., G.Bradley-Ridout and Fuller K. “Articulate Rise 360 to Design Self-Paced Online Modules in the Health Sciences”  eLearning in Libraries Symposium, Virtual. December 2020. 

G. Bradley-Ridout and A. Epworth. “Librarians and Library Technicians collaborating on systematic reviews?! A survey of perspectives". Medical Library Association Conference, Virtual. August 2020 

G.Bradley-Ridout and M. Gray. “Sometimes Two Hats are Better than One: Finding Synergy Between Collections and Liaison Work”. Charleston Library Conference, Charleston, USA. November 2019 (Poster Presentation – presented by all authors) 


Supported Courses (2019 - Present)

Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy

  • PHM1145 (co-instructor) 
  • PHM330 H1
  • PHM212 H1

Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology

  • PCL368
  • JPM300