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Access Consumer Health Information Specialization (CHIS) Webinars and CE All In One Place!

Posted by on February 24th, 2022 Posted in: Consumer Health, Public Libraries
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We are excited to share that you can now access all CHIS eligible webinar recordings and continuing education (CE) links in one place!  Using your login for the NNLM.gov website you can register for Recorded CHIS Webinars. Once you log into the class you will be able to see all the webinars that provide at least 1 CHIS competency. After you watch the recording you can fill out the course evaluation and claim your CE for the webinar.

We hope this new process will make it faster and easier for you to claim CE credits and earn your Consumer Health Information Specialization!

NNLM Sponsorship NNLM sponsors the CHIS application fee for level 1 or level 2 for library workers, including renewals. Once you’ve completed the necessary coursework, fill out the sponsorship form.

Learn more about the Consumer Health Information Specialization from MLA.

If you do not have an account for the NNLM website you can create an account here. Having an account allows you to register for our free webinars and Moodle classes.

Image of the author ABOUT Bobbi Newman
Bobbi Newman (MLIS, MA) is the Community Engagement and Outreach Specialist for NNLM R6 at the University of Iowa. She is the author of Fostering Wellness in the Workplace: A Guide for Libraries. She developed the popular NNLM course “Wellness in the Library Workplace.” Bobbi is a mindfulness student and a member of Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH). She currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board for Let’s Move in Libraries. She divides her time between her dog, reading fantasy and nonfiction, playing video games, crafting, kayaking, biking, and gardening.

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