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November 6-9, Boston welcomed 12,000 public health professionals and students from around the US and across the world for the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference. Celebrating their 150th year, APHA Annual Conference 2022 hosted sessions on health topics such as COVID, maternal and child health, SUD, HIV/AIDS, on public health practice such as… Read More »
We talk a lot about resources like MedlinePlus or PubMed, but one of the things we don’t talk about as much is the fact that the National Library of Medicine is a physical library that includes a large collection of historical documents, records and more. And these resources are available to the public through the… Read More »
Posted in: NLM Resources
In November, 2019 and February, 2020, I wrote about NLM and NNLM resources that our public health partners often find particularly useful in their work. Since then, ongoing streamlining has moved, retired and reorganized some of the resources previously discussed in this series. So what’s new for our public health partners? HealthReach and Genetics Home… Read More »
Posted in: Public Health
Public health professionals mark your calendar for the second Wednesday of every other month from 2:00-2:45 PM ET (September, November, January, etc.). We hope you’ll join us to learn about topics such as data in community health assessment and finding emergency preparedness health information and more. Every webinar in this series will offer .75 CECH for Certified Health Education Specialists!… Read More »
Back in November, I wrote about databases, resources and services from NLM and NNLM that are useful for our public health partners beyond MedlinePlus and PubMed. In that post, I covered the databases that had a broad appeal to a public health audience or that had public health information for a general audience including resources… Read More »