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Last month’s Consumer Health Minute focused on health reference. Providing any type of health information services can feel a little intimidating but that doesn’t have to be the case. Learning more about various health resources and services can help prepare you and your staff to feel more knowledgeable and confident. The National Network of Libraries… Read More »
Welcome to Citizen Science Month at the PNR. Thanks to the support of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), SciStarter – a web-based research affiliate of the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at the Arizona State University – is helping all kinds of libraries curate activities for Citizen Science Month. In fact,… Read More »
Unless you are a consumer health librarian you may not be as familiar with addressing health reference questions. It’s OK if you don’t feel comfortable and a little uncertain how to answer questions regarding medication, a health condition, or a specific diet. You don’t have to know the answers. Like many of the topics your… Read More »
This past March 2020 RDAP was hosted in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Unfortunately, I was not able to attend in person, but I was able to catch the conference virtually. The keynote speaker was incredibly informative and knowledgeable and of course, very articulate and engaging. For me, the highlight of the Summit was the keynote… Read More »
I have some very exciting news to share with you all. The PNR Citizen Science Team has planned a great PNR Rendezvous webinar entitled “What’s All this Talk About Citizen Science?” on Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 at 1 P.M. PT | 2 P.M. MT | 4 P.M. ET | 10 A.M. Hawaii | 12 P.M…. Read More »