If you’re reading this blog, than you’re probably familiar with what NNLM and NNLM NER do. And one of the big things that we do is plan, host and teach classes. Whether we’re teaching a webinar or through Moodle, we’re working to fulfill the NNLM’s mission to “advance the progress of medicine and improve the public health by providing all U.S. health professionals with equal access to biomedical information and improving the public’s access to information to enable them to make informed decisions about their health.”
Where do our classes come from?
Classes are planned and hosted for free by NNLM staff and are taught either by staff or subject matter experts. Class topics come from the needs of the people we serve (that’s you!).
Who is the target audience?
Classes are open to anyone who is interested and cover a wide array of health information and education topics. Classes teach everything from NLM resources to highlighting innovative interventions from partners and funded projects. Stay up to date on upcoming classes by following @nnlmnto on twitter or sign-up for the NER weekly newsletter.
Can I get continuing education (CE) with that?
Good news! Most NNLM webinars have some CE available.
Some NNLM classes are designed to fulfill requirements for certificate and specialization programs. You can search the course catalogue to find classes that offer these specialization credits.
What’s coming up in August from NNLM NER?
Search the class catalogue to find your next NNLM class and check back often as classes are added regularly. Looking to brush up on resources and information, but don’t see what you’re looking for in the course listings? Check out recordings of past webinars and events on the NNLM YouTube Channel.