Training: Specializations Guides
|Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)||
NNLM offers free classes that support Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), a certification given to individuals who have a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree in health education or significant coursework in this field.
|Consumer Health Information Specialization||
Learn about the Consumer Health Information Specialization, a program that recognizes your skills in finding and communicating data to consumers.
|Consumer Health Information Specialization for Library Students Program||
In partnership with MLA, NNLM is pleased to guide LIS and iSchool instructors through getting their course approved as a consumer health course for students to earn their CHIS certification.
Have you ever wondered how your course can be certified for the Consumer Health for Library Students program? This page will show you how!
|Data Services Specialization||
Learn about the Data Services Specialization, a program that recognizes your skills in providing data services to researchers, clinicians, students, librarians, and others who work with data.
|Disaster Information Specialization||
The MLA Disaster Information Specialization (DIS) provides training and recognition for librarians and others who rely on information for their work in disaster preparedness and response. The specialization, developed by MLA and the National Library of Medicine (NLM), trains professionals to access, use, and manage information to support their institutions and communities in planning for, responding to, and recovering from emergencies and disasters.
A subject primer for health occupations.
|Obtain a Specialization||
NNLM offers free classes that support continuing education programs and specializations for public health and library audiences. Learn how NNLM can support you!