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Recently the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) implemented a requirement to link My NCBI accounts to a third party such as a Google, a university/institution, or a login.gov account. When you try to log into your My NCBI account you will be prompted to link it to one of those logins. For more information… Read More »
As previewed recently in an earlier article, PolicyMap is included in the list of databases recently added to the PHDL collection. This data-driven mapping tool with a data warehouse of over 50,00 indicators is used by novices and experts alike in policy planning and programming. Follow these steps to create a map with your new… Read More »
This week is the first session of the Public Health Webinar Series. On the second Wednesday of every other month there will be a webinar from 2:00-2:45 PM ET and participants who qualify can receive .75 CHES CE credits. The first of these sessions is this Wednesday, July 8th, Introduction to Needs Assessment: Finding… Read More »
For over 25 years, the American Public Health Association has organized National Public Health Week, a campaign to educate about relevant public health topics. Each day of the week has a theme to raise awareness of a specific public health issue. The National Library of Medicine and other government agencies have several resources to… Read More »
(Updated March 19, 2020) As the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak continues, we want to remind PHDL users of the tools available that could help guide your department. The National Library of Medicine has created a Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) section resource guide with links to GenBank sequencing, clinical studies, public health emergency information,… Read More »
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