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Over the last several months, Amanda Wilson, Chief of Engagement and Training at NNLM’s Office of Engagement and Training, has frequently reminded NNLM staff of a few NIH topics of interest “that might be coming down the pike for NNLM”; these are topics that may or may not already be top-of-mind for NNLM staff. NNLM… Read More »
This post comes to us from our friends in the NNLM Pacific Southwest Region and MidContinental Region. Although this content did not originate locally, we think it is relevant to many communities in the South Central Region. Find Trusted Health Information in Spanish for Your Patrons When library patrons ask you for health information in… Read More »
Each year, NNLM observes Men’s Health Month in June. Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21st, and even if you don’t have a fantastic father to celebrate, this is an excellent time to show a guy in your life – a brother, a son, a friend, an uncle – how much you value him by talking… Read More »
May is Mental Health Month! Mental health is a big deal. For centuries, largely disregarded and under-attributed as a vital factor in overall health, so-called “mental hygiene” was first taken seriously in the early 1900s. It’s been more than a hundred years since this revelation in health, but mental illness sufferers, whether their afflictions are… Read More »
The day is drawing near! One of our most important events of the year, the spring 2020 #citeNLM Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, is on Thursday, April 30. This is a chance for all of us – experts and citizen scientists alike – to make sure that medical information on Wikipedia is correct and properly cited, fostering an… Read More »