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Tags: 2019 Novel Coronavirus
The Public Health Foundation’s TRAIN Learning Network has created search tools to locate various training opportunities related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). TRAIN is a national learning network that aggregates training opportunities for public health, healthcare, and preparedness professionals from thousands of training providers. The searches are live and will update as new training is… Read More »
As part of the modernization of NLM’s infrastructure, it will replace the Voyager Integrated Library System with the Library Services Platform, Alma. Voyager was implemented at NLM in 1998 for library management operations, including acquisitions, cataloging, collection management, circulation, and preservation. For enhanced integration of, and public access to, the NLM collection, NLM will also… Read More »
The National Library of Medicine has announced the acquisition of the papers of Louis W. Sullivan, MD, former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services. This is the first collection of papers from a former HHS Secretary acquired by the NLM and will be part of the archival collections of the world’s largest medical… Read More »
Tags: Healthy People 2030
On March 31, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will unveil the latest edition of Healthy People! The event is at the George Washington University, and registration is available to attend the event via webcast. Healthy People 2030 is a set of science-based, 10-year national objectives for improving health and well-being in the… Read More »
PubMed Essentials is intended for students, health care professionals, and researchers looking for quick training on the new PubMed. In a series of nine brief, interactive lessons, PubMed Essentials covers the basics of using PubMed. This series of tutorials, listed below, is available in three formats: Separate 1-4 minute Quick Tours, available from the PubMed… Read More »