[Libs-Or] Friday, October 7 - Last day to register for PNC/MLA!
zeigenl at ohsu.edu
Wed Oct 5 11:30:03 PDT 2016
This Friday, October 7 is the last day to register for PNC/MLA 2016 full conference ($165 PNC members, $210 non-members), Monday keynote panel only ($30), Monday poster session and reception only ($30), or either of the continuing education sessions ($125 each). There will be no on-site registration.
Go to http://pnc-mla.cloverpad.org/event-2301761 for all the registration options.
Keynote Panel Only registration ($30)
Monday, October 17, 10-11:45 a.m., Urban Studio
For those of you interested in just stopping by to hear and participate in the Q&A of our panel "Getting To Know Mary Jane: The Perils and Promise of Marijuana Policy and Practice" (10 a.m.-11:45 a.m., Monday, October 17). This panel features Sunil Kumar Aggarwal, M.D., Ph.D., a physician-scientist specializing in life-threatening illness and chronic pain, and affiliated faculty at MultiCare Institute of Research and Innovation; Candice Beathard, Ph.D., M.A., a policy research analyst (specializing in drug policy) at Washington State University; and Nicole Corbin, LPC, Adult Behavioral Health Services Manager for the Oregon Health Authority.
* What questions would you like to ask of a doctor who prescribes cannabis for treatment?
* What questions do you have about marijuana policy?
* What questions do you have related to addictions treatment and abuse and addiction prevention?
Email your questions to Sue Phelps, asphelps at wsu.edu<mailto:asphelps at wsu.edu> !
Go to http://pnc-mla.cloverpad.org/event-2301761, click on the "Register" link, and choose the Keynote Panel option ($30)!
Continuing Education Sessions ($125 each)
Sunday, October 16, 2016 - 1-5 p.m., Oregon Health & Science University - Collaborative Life Sciences Building, Portland Waterfront
Finding Information in Numbers and Words: Data Analysis for Program Evaluation
Once you've collected evaluation data, what do you do with it? This workshop takes participants through a step-by-step process to analyze evaluation data and use results to make important decisions about a program. It covers methods to analyze quantitative and qualitative data that are applicable to many evaluation projects. Participants will learn how to integrate findings from multiple sources to get a better understanding of a program's quality and worth. They will practice making program decisions based on evaluation data. The methods taught in this class can be learned easily by those with beginner-level experience in data analysis. This class features many hands-on activities, and one of them includes cookies!
We're Way Past Peas: Uses of Genetic Information to Understand Human Health and Guide Health Care Decision-Making
The intersections of genetics and health now include precision medicine, pharmacogenomics, and direct-to-consumer genetic testing. This class will focus on the information needs of clinicians who are incorporating genetic information into their practice, as well as the information needs of consumers who are making sense of genetic information as it relates to their health. We will (1) describe uses of genetic information in health care; (2) discuss challenges facing clinicians, consumers, and librarians working with rapidly changing genetic information; (3) provide an introduction to selected genetic medicine resources; and (4) give participants experience using NCBI genetic medicine resources to answer clinically-oriented questions. The course will be suitable for librarians who are relatively unfamiliar with genetics and genetics resources.
Instructors are experienced educators, Cindy Olney, PhD, Diana Louden, MLib, & Carolyn Martin, MLS, AHIP. They will bring you new information and opportunities to develop your skills in a fun workshop setting. Cost is $125 to attend either class. Pre-registration is required.
Go to http://pnc-mla.cloverpad.org/event-2301761 to register for the CE program or to http://pnc-mla.cloverpad.org/annual2016 for more information about the annual meeting.
For more information regarding the conference, explore our website: http://pnc-mla.cloverpad.org/annual2016
The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association (PNC/MLA) was established in October 1953 as a regional group, becoming an official chapter of MLA in October 1978. We are an organization of librarians and information professionals, promoting excellence in the delivery of health sciences information and committed to promoting professional excellence among health care information providers.
This conference, held this year in Portland Oregon, is an excellent opportunity for healthcare and consumer health librarians in our region to come together and share their recent projects, solutions and best practices. Librarians from all health sciences libraries, and all individuals interested in the creation, organization, and dissemination of health and health care information, are encouraged to participate in this welcoming conference.
Laura Zeigen, MA, MLIS, MPH, AHIP
Liaison Librarian | Assistant Professor
Oregon Health & Science University
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road - LIB
Portland, Oregon 97239
zeigenl at ohsu.edu<mailto:zeigenl at ohsu.edu> | 503-494-0505
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