Kaitlin Fuller

Liaison & Education Librarian (on leave till Oct 2022)

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

Kaitlin is the Education & Liaison Librarian for the MD Program and the Institute of Medical Science at the University of Toronto. She is involved with the Foundations Curriculum as the Information Literacy (IL) Theme Lead and as a member of the Health Science Research Committee. Kaitlin has supported a number of knowledge synthesis projects by providing training and/or searches. Before joining the University of Toronto in 2016, Kaitlin worked as a liaison librarian at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Kaitlin has a Master of Library and Information Studies from Dalhousie University.

Published works

Lenton, E., & Fuller, K. (2019). Explaining the method behind our madness: 3-part series on comprehensive searches for knowledge syntheses. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association/Journal de l'Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada, 40(1).

Selected Conference Presentations


Lenton, E., & Fuller, K. (2019). "Explaining the method behind our madness: Teaching systematic review search methods" [Workshop]. Basel, Switzerland.


Lenton, E., & Fuller, K. (2019). "Starting the conversation: A 3-part series on comprehensive searching for KS." WILU (Workshop for Instruction in Library Use). [Presentation]. Winnipeg, MB.

Lenton, E & Fuller,K. (2018) "Explaining the method behind our maddness". Canadian Health Library Association (CHLA) [Presentation]. St. John's, NL.


Supported Courses

MD Program 

  • Information Literacy Theme Lead
  • Research Streams:
    • Md/PhD
    • CREMS
    • Graduate Diploma in Health Research (GDipHR)
    • John Bradley Clinical Research Program (JBCRP)

Institute of Medical Science

  • IMS1010/1011Y library orientation lecture
  • Searching for systematic and scoping review module

Translational Research Program 

Open Workshops
  • Co-teach: Strategies for Systematic, Scoping or Other Comprehensive Searches of Literature. 2 GPS Credits