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Libraries can now access free tools to support national health observances for the month of November. The entire month is dedicated to marking National American Indian Heritage Month and National Family Health History Month. The available resources can be used to help libraries celebrate and bring awareness on the importance of family health history and… Read More »
Knowing your family’s health history paints a picture of potential health problems from one generation to the next. This knowledge is a powerful tool for early detection or prevention of diseases you may be at risk for. Want to learn how to find and share your family health history with your doctor? Let National Family… Read More »
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine invites public libraries and community organizations to host the All of Us Journey during its visit in the MidContinental Region. The Journey is a hands-on experience to engage and build awareness about the All of Us Research Program. The All of Us Research Program aims to sign up a million… Read More »
The All of Us Research Program is working with American Indian and Alaska Native tribal nations to ensure that all issues and concerns related to research among American Indians and Alaska Natives are understood. The program has issued a Request for Information to collect additional input from the consultation and engagement with tribal nations. Individuals and… Read More »
Check out the free Project Outcome toolkit that allows public libraries to collect and share information about how their services impact their community, including in the area of health. The kit provides patron surveys and easy to use tools to record data that measure the outcome of their services. This allows libraries to better understand… Read More »