Bailey Sterling, MSIS

Student Engagement & Marketing Strategist, Region 3

E. Bailey Sterling MSIS is the Technology & Library Information Science Coordinator with the Network of the National Library of Medicine, Region 3. In her work, Bailey focuses on developing and disseminating digital resources to improve health information literacy primarily in vulnerable and historically excluded communities in the seven-state region of Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas. She is also charged with supporting student engagement with NNLM, DOCLINE regional support, and written/visual communications.

Bailey is a '21-'22 Medical Library Association Research Training Institute Fellow, MLA Disaster Information Specialist, and Communications Chair of the MLA New Members Caucus. Her research interests include disaster information literacy and analog gaming.

Classes I Teach

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Improving Health Outcomes: Utilizing Integrated Behavioral Health and Value- Based Payment Modeling to Transform Healthcare with Older Adults Learn how utilizing an integrated approach to primary care funded by Value-based Care, a newer payment model which financially incentivizes effective and quality treatment, can improve health outcomes, patient and staff satisfaction, and reduce overall cost of care in senior health clinics.
Making Sense of Numbers This 1.5 hour webinar explains how to interpret statistics and numbers.
Musicians' Hearing Health Noise-induced hearing loss is a preeminent concern among musicians, educators, and researchers worldwide. National health standards for tertiary institutions accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) mandate that faculty, students, and staff be educated on hearing health fundamentals. Similar standards exist in Texas for junior high and high school educators. This presentation will introduce noise-induced hearing loss, current standards, prevention measures and ways to integrate prevention methods in the music classroom.

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