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How does a community improve the public health and empower students? The Richland Public Health proposal, Empowering High Schoolers to Pursue Public Health Research in Mansfield, Ohio, has recently been funded to do just that. This program “has the potential to increase public health awareness in both the student and general population, as well as… Read More »
This posting has been adapted from the original blog post written by Nisha Mody, MLIS, MA, CCC-SLP, at NNLM PSR. In light of the historical injustices and recent events that have taken place across the country, including police brutality and ensuing protests, the staff at NNLM GMR stand with the African American community. In… Read More »
Are you attending the Medical Library Association conference beginning next week? If you are, consider attending Advancing Health Equity through Evidence-Based Public Health: How to Find the Evidence, a continuing education session presented by our Health Professionals Outreach Specialist, Derek Johnson and Elaina Vitale, Academic Coordinator for the NNLM Middle Atlantic Region. There’s still room… Read More »
In just a few weeks, Darlene and I will be traveling to Kentucky to share information at the Kentucky Medical Library Association (KMLA) annual meeting and visit with NNLM members in the area. The itinerary includes meeting with Kornhauser Library director, Neal Nixon, and clinical librarian, Jessica Petrey at the University of Louisville, as… Read More »
As the flooding continues in the Midwest, we wondered if you were responding to requests for assistance from any libraries in your regions. Below are some resources which focus on flooding. Please let us know if there is any way we can assist. Aimed at the Professional Workforce: Floods: Health Information Guide (Syndicated page allows you to embed… Read More »