Information experience and everyday pet care and management
With an Information Science background, Niloofar Solhjoo is a young scholar from Iran passionate about companion animals. During her Master’s degree, she focused on pet health information seeking and health literacy intervention for pet guardians. Since 2018 Niloofar has voluntary worked with different groups in animal information field (e.g. the Association for Veterinary Informatics (AVI), the International Conference of Animal Health Information Specialists (ICAHIS), and the European Veterinary Libraries Group (EVLG). In 2020, Niloofar started her PhD in Information Systems as a Victoria Doctoral Scholarship recipient in the School of Information Management. She is researching on Information Experience (IE) with special interests in the human-companion animal interactions and their everyday lives. Niloofar also has a background in qualitative research, and knowledge management. As an added bonus she can do yoga and artistic swimming.
BA in Library and Information Science, Alzahra University, Iran; MA in Information Management, University of Tehran, Iran
Niloofar’s research interests relating to her current project include information experience, everyday life, human-animal relationship, and phenomenology. Her general research interests also include health literacy, information behaviour, veterinary communication, and embodied information.
Solhjoo, N., et al. (Under review). Pets and people: information experiences in multispecies families. Journal of Documentation. 2021
Solhjoo, N. (Under review). An information behaviour intervention model to support companion animal welfare. Health Information and Libraries Journal. 2021
Solhjoo, N. (2021). Be Open, Act Together: the message of EAHIL Conference I learned from a friend. Journal of European Association of Health Information and Libraries, 17(1), 37-38.
Solhjoo, N. (2020). Owner-pet and veterinarian-client relationships and successful information interventions. In the European Association for Health Information and Libraries Conference (EAHIL 2020).
Solhjoo, N., Naghshineh, N., & Fahimnia, F. (2019). Veterinarians' information Prescription and Clients' eHealth Literacy. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association/Journal de l'Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada, 40(2), 32-44.
Solhjoo, N., Naghshineh, N., Fahimnia, F., & Ameri‐naeini, A.R. (2018). Interventions to assist pet owners in online health information seeking behaviour: a qualitative content analysis literature review and proposed model. Health Information & Libraries Journal, 35(4), 265-284.