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La Importancia de la Información De Salud de Calidad y El Programa All Of Us — The Importance of Quality Health Information and the All of Us Program

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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 la información que es de calidad. Así como también distinguir que información se debe evitar, por ejemplo, se debe evitar información que trata de influenciar los puntos de vista de los lectores.

Cuando la información es de calidad, existen las siguientes características:

  • Exactitud: : Información que se basa en metodología científica con referencias a fuentes informativas que se pueden verificar.
  • Autoridad: Información que proviene de profesionistas con experiencia y de organizaciones reconocidas.
  • Imarcialidad: Información que no trata de influenciar puntos de vista y de fuentes imparciales.
  • Actualidad: Información que fue actualizada recientemente, con enlaces activos y fechas de actualización recientes.
  • Cobertura: Información completa y con citas de fuentes adicionales para más detalles.

Es por esto que la Network of the National Library of Medicine South Central Region, el All of Us Program y la National Association of Hispanic Nurses, han creado una alianza para ofrecer una sesión informativa y gratuita acerca este tema. Acompáñenos a una sesión donde aprenderá acerca del programa All of Us y sobre la importancia de obtener información de salud confiable y de alta calidad. En esta sesión se darán a conocer fuentes de información en español, fáciles de entender y al alcance de sus manos. Además, se dará a conocer información detallada acerca del programa All of Us.

Fecha: Sábado, 14 de noviembre del 2020

Hora: 12pm (Hora estándar del centro)

Inscripción (Gratuita): https://nnlm.gov/nahn2020

*Referencia bibliográfica: Network of the National Library of Medicine (s.f). Evaluating Health Websites. Recuperado el 3 de noviembre de 2020, de https://nnlm.gov/initiatives/topics/health-websites


During a pandemic, it is crucial to know the characteristics of quality information. We must also distinguish information that must be avoided; for example, it is important to avoid information that comes from sources that try to influence the reader’s point of view.

The following are characteristics of quality information:

  • Accuracy: Information is based on scientific methodology with references to verifiable information sources.
  • Authority: Information that comes from experienced professionals and from well-known organizations.
  • Impartiality: Information that does not try to influence points of view and that comes from unbiased sources.
  • Updated: Information that is current and includes the date of the most recent update, and has active links.
  • Coverage: Information that is complete and references additional sources for further details.

The Network of the National Library of Medicine South Central Region, the All of Us Program, and National Association of Hispanic Nurses have teamed up to offer an informative and free webinar covering this topic. Please join us to learn about the All of Us program and the importance of obtaining quality, reliable health information. This meeting will introduce information sources in Spanish that are easy to understand and access. Information about the All of Us program will also be provided.

Date: Saturday, November 14, 2020

Time: 12pm CT

Registration (free): https://nnlm.gov/nahn2020

References
Network of the National Library of Medicine. (n.d.) Evaluating Health Websites. Retrieved November 03, 2020, from https://nnlm.gov/initiatives/topics/health-websites


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E. Bailey Sterling is a Digital Communications Specialist with the NNLM SCR and presently a graduate student pursuing an MS in Information Science specializing in Health Informatics from the University of North Texas (GMG!). She's also a Graduate Student Council Senator, Teaching Assistant, analog gamer, writer, and lifelong learner living in DFW. If you have anything you'd like to see featured on the NNLM SCR blog or social channels, please email Bailey.Sterling@unthsc.edu. We would love to hear more about what's happening at your library!

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