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This week’s guest blog post comes from Porcha Grigsby, Executive Directory of Black Girl Health Foundation. She tells us a little bit about what her organization is doing to improve health outcomes in New Orleans’ Louisiana and beyond. Please note that portions of the original post have been edited for clarity. Description of Minds Matter… Read More »
We are excited to announce that Linda Loi has joined the South Central Region as our new All of Us Community Engagement Coordinator. She brings in diverse experiences in both the private and non-profit sector, having managed relationships with companies such as Whole Foods, UPS, and Shake Shack. Previously, Linda worked for Wharton Executive… Read More »
This week, we are pleased to share with you a guest blog post from Myriam Hernandez. Myriam will be presenting a Spanish-language webinar on 11/14/20 entitled La Importancia de la Información De Salud de Calidad y El Programa All Of Us. Read on for further information. Durante una pandemia, es primordial distinguir las características de… Read More »
The SCC/MLA Virtual Conference is right around the corner, and we are thrilled to award two students the LIS Fall Development Award (formerly known as the Library Student Outreach Award). These students – both Information Science graduate students at the University of North Texas – have demonstrated an interest in health science librarianship and have… Read More »
September is Healthy Aging Month, which is a great reminder of how vital it is that we care for ourselves and our aging populations. As we age, we all experience changes in our physical, mental, and emotional health, and it becomes increasingly important to prioritize our own wellness. According to the World Health Organization (WHO),… Read More »