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New professional development opportunities for NN/LM PNR Network members. To borrow, please send email to: email@example.com. To view the entire collection, please see the NN/LM PNR Lending Library web page. <img src="https://news.nnlm.gov/pnr/wp-content/uploads/sites/10/images/dragonfly/web2.0.jpg" alt="Medical Librarians 2.0 book cover" Medical Librarians 2.0: Use of Web 2.0 Technologies in References Services. Edited by M. Sandra Wood. Haworth Press,… Read More »
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By Dolores Judkins, Oregon Health & Science University The OHSU Library has received the official announcement from the National Library of Medicine that Oregon has been accepted by to become a MedlinePlus GoLocal site. Todd Hannon, OHSU Reference Librarian, wrote the proposal for an LSTA grant through the Oregon State Library, and we were notified… Read More »
Show your administrators how your library and your librarian skills benefit the hospital! How do you contribute to quality care, patient safety, and the all-important “bottom line”? The NNLM PNR is now accepting applications for a new award, specially designed to assist medical librarians in demonstrating their value and impact. Rather than “outreach,” these Medical… Read More »
The NN/LM offers many resources you can use when showing healthcare professionals or the public how to access good health information. Recently some of the brochures have been revised. Below is information on how to access three updated resources. By the way, a new feature: you can customize many of the trifold brochures by adding… Read More »
On October 4, 2007 Microsoft announced a new consumer health product – HealthVault – a freely available personal health record that consumers can access on the web. The new resource also includes an Internet search tailored for health queries. Microsoft has partnered with other health agencies and organizations to contribute to the project. They are… Read More »
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