In the fall of 2011, the University of Minnesota’s new residency director for Neurology invited me to attend their weekly in-patient rounds. I had attended morning report, journal club, and case conference in other departments, but this would be the first time I was directly involved with patients. I was nervous and unsure of what my role would be, but I had two things working in my favor. First, many of my clinical librarian colleagues had done this and written about their experiences. I read through many articles and watched many presentations as I prepared.