Date: Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
Time: 2pm – 3pm ET
Description: Discover how to engage and create long lasting partnerships with community members while disseminating consumer health information. This webinar will discuss the difference between engagement and outreach, building trust within your community to support impactful collaborations, and creating and finding community engagement resources. We will also review and discuss key takeaways from several community health engagement initiatives including helpful strategies learned and finding positive aspects from events that did not go as planned.
Lauren Adkins (MLIS, AHIP) is the College of Pharmacy Liaison Librarian at UF HCSL. She is also the Liaison Librarian to UF’s College of Medicine’s Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Lauren has over five years of experience of developing, coordinating and implementing consumer health outreach initiatives, panels and programs.
Margaret Ansell (MLIS, AHIP) is the Nursing & Consumer Health Liaison Librarian and Associate Chair of Gainesville faculty at the University of Florida’s Health Science Center Libraries. She works with the College of Nursing and clinical nursing staff at UF Health Shands Hospital, as well as with the College of Health and Human Performance’s Health Education and Behavior department. Her area of research involves flattening the learning curve for privileged spheres of knowledge, such as research methodology, consumer health information, and governmental affairs.
Jane Morgan-Daniel (MLIS, AHIP) is the Community Engagement and Health Literacy Librarian at the University of Florida’s Health Science Center Libraries. She is also the Liaison Librarian to the College of Medicine’s School of Physician Assistant Studies, and the College of Public Health and Health Profession’s Rehabilitation Science Program and Departments of Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy. Her primary research interest is understanding and meeting the health information needs of underrepresented and underserved communities.
Registration is free and can be accessed through the NNLM class instance.
For additional information, please contact Kiri Burcat.