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One Evaluation Plan for the Whole NNLM Program? MCR Voices Launched! New NNLM Members Directory The Value of the Consumer Health Information Specialization Tech Tips: A Chat with an Embedded IT Specialist Systematic Reviews – the Pittsburgh Class from two perspectives What are you doing with Research/Data Services? Whooo Says Print This Issue
Yes! The Regional Medical Libraries have a history of collaborating on sponsoring events, on developing and teaching classes, and on improving staff technology skills. We’ve now taken this collaboration from the activity level to the organizational level. In December after months of discussion the National Network Steering Committee (NNSC), the strategic direction and priority setting… Read More »
We at the NNLM MCR have been busy thinking of new ways to share the knowledge and expertise of our profession within the Region. Our latest venture is “MCR Voices,” a podcast series that will focus on individuals and issues within our geographic area. Our goal is to provide you with interesting information and opinions… Read More »
NNLM User Accounts Go to https://nnlm.gov/user/join or click on “Create new account” in the NNLM Login section at the bottom of every NNLM web page. To learn more about creating an account please click here. Why create an NNLM User Account? You’ll need one to register for NNLM Classes and webinars. To edit your organization… Read More »
Jean Winkler Valley View Hospital Glenwood Springs, CO Jean.Winkler@vvh.org The Consumer Health Information Specialization (CHIS) designation from the Medical Library Association is a valuable tool. Not only is the certificate itself often examined by visitors to our hospital library, but the requirements for designation provide an avenue to further develop professional skills. Specifically, during my… Read More »
As technology becomes an increasingly important part of library systems, librarians are tasked with learning new skillsets. Often working with new technology can be more than we are capable of and requires specialized assistance from IT. Unfortunately, many librarians report having some difficulties in communicating with their IT departments. In a previous article, Angela Spencer… Read More »
Angela Spencer St. Luke’s Hospital St. Louis, MO Angela.Spencer@stlukes-stl.com I work two part time jobs, one as a hospital librarian, and one as a medical librarian for a school of nursing not affiliated with the hospital. Recently I was able to take the Systematic Review class offered at the University of Pittsburgh. This is a… Read More »