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NNLM Region 6 Speaker Spotlight Series is a webinar series from the NNLM Region 6, featuring expert guest speakers presenting on topics of interest to all our users, from librarians to public health practitioners, educators, clinicians, and others who work with health information. Topics will be scheduled according to audience interest, seasonal applicability, and speaker… Read More »
The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) opens the Call for Requests for NLM Traveling Exhibitions at 2 pm (ET), November 8! Please submit your requests online using this NLM Traveling Exhibition Request Form by 2 pm (ET), November 29, 2022. The online form enables you to: view all available exhibition titles and… Read More »
November is Native American Heritage Month. As the National Congress of American Indians notes, it’s not only an occasion for all of us to celebrate the diverse cultures, traditions, histories, and important contributions of American Indians. It is also a fitting time to educate each other about tribes, raise awareness of the challenges American Indians… Read More »
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We are pleased to announce that the updated and newly revised Public Libraries Guide on the NNLM website is now live. The information in this guide provides public libraries with resources and information helpful to their patrons related to health information. The guide includes content on a variety of topics such as: Getting Started Evaluating Health Information… Read More »
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In the Fall of 2021, an exciting partnership with the Grand Rapids Public Library (GRPL) and Trinity Health Saint Mary’s Family Medicine Residency Program began as a result of the funds from an NNLM Public Library Collaboration Grant. The series was called Seniors Be Well held once a month in the auditorium of the Main… Read More »