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The new course In Case of Emergencies: Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning defines and describes continuity of operations planning and why it is important for libraries to have a continuity plan in case of emergencies. This course also provides a one-page COOP plan template with instructions that librarians or information specialists can use to develop… Read More »
The September 25 recording of the NNLM Resource Picks webinar, Finding Clinically-Relevant Genetic Information, is now available. Peter Cooper, NCBI staff scientist, provides an introduction to resources for finding clinically-relevant genetic information. The webinar also includes an overview and search demonstrations of three NCBI Clinical databases: Explain the validity of clinical variation information in the… Read More »
Check out the October issue of NIH News in Health, the monthly newsletter bringing you practical health news and tips based on the latest NIH research. In this issue: A Well-Aged Mind: Maintaining Your Cognitive Health Your brain and body start slowing down as you age. But taking steps to maintain your cognitive health can… Read More »
The recording of the NNLM Resource Picks webinar, Disaster Information Management Research Center (DIMRC): Disaster Health Literature, is now available. Recorded on July 31, 2019, the session provides an overview of the essential resources needed to provide health-related information services for supporting disaster preparedness, response, and recovery workforce. The webinar is presented by Siobhan Champ-Blackwell,… Read More »
Tags: NLM Digital Collections
The National Library of Medicine has announced that the following resources have been fully digitized and added to the NLM Digital Collections site: Hospital and health administration index, Hospital literature index, and Cumulative index of hospital literature. Because these resources contain citations to dissertations and audiovisuals that were not in MEDLINE, many libraries have been… Read More »