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An Upcoming Online Course Opportunity for Librarians Interested in Research Data Management! There is no application deadline as enrollment will be limited to the first 100 who register! Course Title: Biomedical and Health Research Data Management for Librarians An asynchronous online National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) Moodle course that will take place from… Read More »
Additional opportunities to “check out” the NIH All of Us Journey as it travels through the Pacific Northwest were just announced. The All of Us Journey Exhibit and the All of Us Mobile Education and Enrollment Center visit communities nationwide to raise awareness about the All of Us Research Program. Both exhibits feature hands-on… Read More »
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Today’s guest post is from Karen Schaefer, Director of Langlois Public Library in Oregon. Langlois Public Library became a network member a little over a year ago when Karen learned about NNLM and began attending our classes. Her library applied for the Technology & Community award. In this post, Karen shares how the library used… Read More »
Six librarians from the Pacific Northwest attended the recent Libraries are Partners in Health: an NNLM Consumer Health Seminar on the National Institutes of Health campus in Bethesda, Maryland. The NNLM Pacific Northwest Region had broad representation at the seminar with at least one public library partner from each of the five states it serves…. Read More »
July 17 is National Tattoo Day which celebrates the rich history of tattoos as well as the artists. Tattoos which were once more commonly associated with sailors and rock stars but rarely found among physicians and teachers. Now days, it is rarer to find someone who doesn’t sport a tattoo or who hasn’t considered getting… Read More »
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