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When you put together an event, you don’t want attendees to know what goes on behind the scenes. But it’s important to draw back the curtain and note that the 2020 New England Graphic Medicine Conference (NEGM20) was supposed to be an in-person conference held on MCPHS’s Boston campus March 26-28. NEGM20 became an online… Read More »
Whether it’s a snow day, summer vacation or kids are home sick, having educational materials ready can help keep the whole family busy. Below are science and health resources to engage kids and help them continue to learn even when they’re not in the classroom. NNLM Middle Atlantic Region has curated resources for K-12 students… Read More »
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Back in November, I wrote about databases, resources and services from NLM and NNLM that are useful for our public health partners beyond MedlinePlus and PubMed. In that post, I covered the databases that had a broad appeal to a public health audience or that had public health information for a general audience including resources… Read More »
Funding is open for the 2020-2021 year and part of the application process asks you to outline how you will evaluate your project. Evaluation can be daunting and it’s often not as fun as the rest of the project, but it’s an important step to demonstrate project impact and value to your community, your organization… Read More »
Graphic Medicine is comic books and graphic novels that cover topics of health and wellness. The visual format makes the information easier to understand and digest. By reading a personal, non-fiction story, we can learn about issues we may not have experienced ourselves. These stories can also help us feel less alone in our own lives…. Read More »
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