Public Health Information Access Project – December 18, 2013 at 1 PM Pacific (noon Alaska 2 PM Mountain)
On-site libraries rarely exist in state Public Health Departments (PHDs) or Local PHD units hindering work performance and evidence-based practice. An innovative business model supports public health initiatives, improved competencies, sustainable partnerships, and optimizes access to the scientific literature in 15 PHDs. The PHIA (Digital Library) model represents a fundamental change in the way library resources are licensed, distributed and utilized. Please join us next Wednesday for Karen Dahlen’s presentation on the Public Health Information Access Project. If you are unable to tune in live, we invite you to view a recording of the webcast, posted to the Rendezvous website later.
Due to a recent Adobe Connect system update, please test your computer ahead of time to help avoid technical difficulties as a plugin may be needed.
New for 2013: This webcast is eligible for 1 hour of Medical Library Association continuing education (MLA CE) for attending the webcast and completing a brief evaluation form (provided during the webcast). If you are unable to join us then, we invite you to view a recording of the webcast at the Rendezvous website later – the evaluation form will still be accessible and you can obtain the CE for watching the recording.
As part of our Federal agency services regarding electronic and information technology resources being accessible to people with disabilities, closed captioning is available on this and future RML Rendezvous webcasts.