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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.”
Annabelle Nuñez, Associate Director of the University of Arizona Health Sciences Library in Tucson, highlights the past year’s activities of their Arizona Outreach project, funded through a NNLM PSR subaward.
Alison Clement, Community Health Librarian at Marshall Community Health Library in northern California, highlights the experience of hosting the NLM traveling exhibition “Harry Potter’s World: Renaissance Science, Magic & Medicine and associated activities in July, 2017. She received funding support through the NNLM PSR outreach Mini-Award program.
NLM has announced the launch of a new traveling banner exhibition, “Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well Drawn!” A public program complementing the new exhibition will be broadcast on March 1 via NIH VideoCasting.