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Register for the Getting Started with the PHDL webinar! New classes are on the calendar. The Getting Started… webinar will get you acquainted with using PubMed to search the journal collection, introduce you to additional databases available within the collection, and briefly describe the process for accessing materials not available in the PHDL from your partner… Read More »
East Carolina University Laupus Health Sciences Library presents “Those who feed us” webinar series Each PHDL Program member has an assigned partner library to support article delivery for materials not in our digital collection. East Carolina University Laupus Health Sciences Library supports PHDL member, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of… Read More »
Working in public health always presents a shifting landscape. No one state or municipality has the same challenges. Fluid situations require quick pivots with just-in-time training and learning opportunities made available quickly. The TRAIN Learning Network, supported by the Public Health Foundation fills this gap. TRAIN.org is the portal to accessing these training opportunities. Whether… Read More »
With NPHCO expanding its role in providing access to instruction and training to not only our PHDL members but the public health workforce, upcoming sessions relevant to public health will be mentioned periodically in this blog and/or in our newsletter. Since our next newsletter will be sent after a previously scheduled webinar on a public… Read More »
For all members of the PHDL instruction is included in the program. Both general and dedicated sessions are in the process of being scheduled and if you have not had an opportunity to begin the discussion process, below are questions that come up in the planning process that will help shape your future dedicated sessions. … Read More »