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Great news! The application process for hosting our two new traveling exhibitions, Care and Custody: Past Responses to Mental Health and This Lead is Killing Us: A History of Citizens Fighting Lead Poisoning in their Communities is now open.
Neurodiversity, the concept and perspective that individuals with “atypical” behavioral traits or brain function are normal, or even exceptional, learners and thinkers, is relatively new, understudied, and misunderstood. This new resource guide aims to help users build tools and experiences that are accessible to all learners.
Caregivers are individuals or groups of individuals who provide direct care to children, the elderly, and people with chronic illnesses who require assistance in their everyday lives.
We at NNLM PSR are committed to promoting equitable, accessible health information. The following resources from the National Library of Medicine and other government agencies provide vetted, reliable sources of online health information for caregivers.
Tags: STEM event
NNLM PSR librarians Nora Franco and Kelli Ham attended and exhibited at the annual University of Arizona College of Medicine Connect2STEM event, reaching over 250 visitors at the largest STEM-related event held in downtown Phoenix. They focused on providing outreach for consumer health information, citizen science, and the All of Us Research Program.
In recognition of National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, the National Library of Medicine has announced the newly launched online exhibition, “This Lead Is Killing Us: A History of Citizens Fighting Lead Poisoning in Their Communities.”