[Libs-Or] National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) classes/webinars and opportunity at PLA 2020 conference
Carolyn M Martin
martinc4 at uw.edu
Tue Feb 25 09:30:30 PST 2020
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine has some upcoming webinar/class sessions as well a couple of StoryCorp opportunities at the PLA 2020 conference.
Introduction to Health Reference: Ethics and Best Practices
Learn how to conduct a health reference interview using ethical and effective communication strategies in this 4 credit/4 module asynchronous online class. Through interactive, self-paced tutorials, discussion forums, and a synthesis exercise, users will learn:
* What is a health reference interview
* How the library can protect patrons' health privacy and confidentiality using ethical guidelines from library associations
* Effective communication strategies to identify the health information needs of patrons
* Simple methods for evaluating online health information that can be easily explained to patrons
This is an on-demand class is currently open and runs through April 30, 2020. This class is approved for 4 MLA CE credits and qualifies for CHIS<https://www.mlanet.org/p/cm/ld/fid=329> (Consumer Health Information Specialization) Level 1 and Level 2. Register<https://nnlm.gov/class/introduction-health-reference-ethics-and-best-practices-demand/20801>
Knowing what you don't know: Medical Micro-aggressions
We're continuing our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion webinar series<https://nnlm.gov/classes/DEI> with a session focusing on medical micro-aggressions. Health care access, serving patients, and working within your community is incredibly important work. To best do this work, we need to know who we are, what we bring to the table, and what we don't know. Join in for a lively conversation to uncover what we don't know, and how Step One is asking the right questions of ourselves and listening to others. Registration<https://nnlm.gov/class/knowing-what-you-dont-know-medical-micro-aggressions/13180> is encouraged
March 18 at 9:00 a.m. PT
NLM's History of Medicine Division: A Treasure Trove of Medical Materials
The National Library of Medicine's (NLM) History of Medicine Division has one of the world's richest collections of historical material related to health and disease. Their holdings, in a variety of digital and physical formats, spans ten centuries from nearly every part of the globe. We are excited to have Stephen J. Greenberg, MSLS, PhD, AHIP, Section Head, Rare Books & Early Manuscripts join us for a virtual tour of this NLM treasure trove. March 25 at 12:00 p.m. PT Register<https://nnlm.gov/class/nlms-history-medicine-division-treasure-trove-medical-materials/19322> and session will be recorded and available on the NNLM Resource Picks webpage<https://nnlm.gov/classes/nnlm-resource-picks>
Supporting Open Science in Health Science Libraries: Sharing Strategies for Sustainability and Success
The NNLM PNR is hosting an introductory open science webinar as part of the NNLM RDM (Research Data Management) Working Group Webinar Series. In this webinar, two health sciences librarians will provide an overview of open science services (OSS) and research in libraries and outline the challenges encountered in supporting researchers in this space. We will engage attendees in a discussion of how libraries can build on their support of open science by aligning programs and services with the goals of their research communities and institutions. As practitioners, the presenters will also share ideas around adopting sustainable "open" approaches into their own work and research. If you are interested in knowing more about what the Open Science movement is in North America, this is the webinar for you.
Upon registration<https://nnlm.gov/class/supporting-open-science-health-science-libraries-sharing-strategies-sustainability-and-success> and on the class instance page, please remember to fill out the pre-webinar assessment survey<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd6IXAjhLhHbSOYQn2FNhMnoUpYMp2Hf4rkZwOwwd2XyepJlQ/viewform> to help the instructors customize the talk to suit your needs and interests.
April 9th at 11:00 a.m. PT
Make it Work-Managing Your Solo or Small Hospital Library
Whether you work by yourself or with a small staff, the nitty-gritty of successfully delivering your services can be challenging. Join two successful solos (Louise McLaughlin and Helen-Ann Brown Epstein) as they discuss the importance of building partnerships throughout their organization, staying visible and valuable, all at the best possible price. April 15 at 1:00 p.m. PT. Registration<https://nnlm.gov/class/pnr-rendezvous-make-it-work-managing-your-solo-or-small-hospital-library/21733> is encouraged. Session will be recorded and available on the PNR Rendezvous webpage<https://nnlm.gov/classes/pnr-rendezvous>
If you're attending the PLA 2020 conference in Nashville, later this week, consider stopping at the StoryCorp booth:
* StoryCorps: Tools to Amplify Diverse Voices in Your Community<https://www.placonference.org/profile.cfm?profile_name=session&master_key=895880F5-9327-27FD-5E58-ACC28C920C17&page_key=3B32BA3B-0C73-28BC-D7F3-2A5F86C92F37&xtemplate&userLGNKEY=0>
Thursday, February 27 from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
* Celebrating Libraries in Communities Through Stories<https://www.placonference.org/profile.cfm?profile_name=session&master_key=896C7284-BE04-15B0-F759-502DFE85CCAF&page_key=3B32BA3B-0C73-28BC-D7F3-2A5F86C92F37&xtemplate&userLGNKEY=0>
Friday, February 28 from 2:15 - 3:15 p.m.
Carolyn Martin, MLS, AHIP | Consumer Health Coordinator
NNLM Pacific Northwest Region
University of Washington Health Sciences Library
Seattle, WA 98195-7155
martinc4 at uw.edu<mailto:martinc4 at uw.edu>
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