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Webinar Series: Grey Literature & Emergency Preparedness

Posted by on September 1st, 2020 Posted in: Blog

September is National Preparedness Month. Join us to learn about Grey Literature and how it can be helpful during evolving situations.  NPHCO Education Coordinator Cecilia Vernes will teach Grey Literature Resources to Support Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery

What is Grey Literature? How do you find it? And how can it help during emergency preparedness, response and recovery? This session will introduce participants to the concept of Grey Literature, its uses and resources for finding it. This session will also include a live demonstration of one resource for finding Grey Literature related to emergency preparedness, response and recovery.

Class Date:  September  9, 2020

Time:    2:00PM – 2:45PM ET


  • Define grey literature and list three examples.
  • List an example of a non-traditional source for grey literature.
  • Identify resources to search for grey literature.
  • Describe how grey literature can help during emergency preparedness, response and recovery phases.

Grey Literature Class Part of Webinar Series

The session is part of an ongoing Public Health Webinar Series offering .75 CHES CE credits.  See Public Health Webinar Series and CHES Courses for more information and a listing of recordings and upcoming webinars and classes available for credit.As with all NNLM courses, use the NNLM Class Registration to sign up!

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