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As the NNLM R7 year draws to a close at the end of April, it’s a good time to look back at all we’ve accomplished since May, 2021. The R7 year in Graphic Medicine was a year of restarting old projects, expanding others and even creating something new. Restarting-Graphic Medicine Book Club Kits After having… Read More »
Back in October, I wrote about past Region 7 Graphic Medicine work, outlined a few ideas of where we might go next and invited partners to give feedback on a five minute R7 Graphic Medicine COI Survey. With the information that’s been shared so far, it’s time to talk about what we’ve learned and… Read More »
Posted in: Graphic Medicine
Over the years, NNLM NER has been a part of supporting a strong New England Graphic Medicine community through educational opportunities, networking and resources. As we continue the transition from the New England Region to Region 7, we continue to build and grow our partnerships and opportunities to provide resources and training that are useful… Read More »
We know that rural hospitals are economically stressed and that hospital libraries are closing. This is particularly notable in New Hampshire and Vermont. NER was interested in hearing how this is impacting the remaining hospital librarians. On February 9, we invited twelve people who are interested in the fate of hospital libraries in NH and… Read More »
Posted in: Communities of Interest
Public Health is a broad set of actions that promote wellness, but a lot of people don’t understand what public health does for us. Can graphic medicine (comics and graphic novels with health, wellness and disease themes) help us better understand public health? Spoiler Alert: the answer is yes! Here are a few examples… Read More »