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Posted on behalf of NLM Director, Dr. Patti Brennan and Dianne Babski, Associate Director for Library Operations The National Library of Medicine (NLM) announced yesterday that the first phase of the NIH Preprint Pilot, a project of NLM, has been successful in accelerating and expanding broad discovery of publicly funded research results on preprints relating to… Read More »
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For the month of December, the NNLM Reading Club turns its attention to a widely misunderstood, but important health topic focus: autoimmune disease. The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) promotes the top five things everyone should know about autoimmune disease as: 50 Million Americans have an autoimmune disease, comprising a major U.S. health crisis…. Read More »
New funding opportunities from the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) Region 5 are open. A Request for Applications is posted for the following awards: Technology Equity Awards 6 awards available, up to $5,000 each Designed to support infrastructure that improves equitable access to biomedical and health information. (Example of a similar, previously… Read More »
The All of Us Journey is currently looking for host sites for their expanded 2023 tour! The All of Us Journey is a mobile educational unit that features interactive educational exhibits about precision medicine and an opportunity to learn about and enroll in the All of Us Research Program. The All of Us Journey will… Read More »
Have you ever gotten a health question at the reference desk? Requests for health information can be challenging, especially with our growing awareness that providing reliable health information is more important than ever. Library staff play an important role in providing reliable health information to our communities. Whether providing health information is new to you… Read More »