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NIHSeniorHealth Toolkit for Trainers – Updated Modules Now Available

Posted by on September 21st, 2010 Posted in: Consumer Health, Education & Training, Search Tools


Updated training modules have been added to the National Institute on Aging’s Toolkit for Trainers, a free resource that can be used to help older adults find reliable online health information on their own. The Toolkit offers free lesson plans, student handouts, glossaries, trainer tools and an introductory video and can be used in libraries, senior centers, community colleges, and retirement communities.

The updates appear in modules 6-8 and reflect recent design changes to MedlinePlus, one of the websites featured in the training.

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Kelli Ham is the Consumer Health Librarian at the National Network of Libraries of Medicine in the Pacific Southwest Region, based at the UCLA Biomedical Library. When she's not extolling the virtues of MedlinePlus, Kelli can be found hiking local trails or working in her organic garden and native landscape.

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