Region 7 Presents

Join subject experts from Region 7 as they share their insights on resources, programs, methods and more on topics that are current and relevant for Network members.

  • Discuss information and resources presented by Region 7 experts from various fields on current and relevant topics.
  • Explore methods of practice and programming to apply new knowledge to their own work.
  • Engage in peer-to-peer sharing on topics current and relevant to members.

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Continuing Education

This class has been approved for Medical Library Association (MLA) continuing education credits.


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Region 7 Presents - Cancer Screening, Prevention and Early Detection Hear how three community-based organizations in Massachusetts are reaching their communities to build awareness about cancer: from prevention to the importance of screening and early detection, to connecting with health care providers and support services. Each organization is using different methods to bring awareness of signs and symptoms of cancer, cancer prevention, and how to connect with resources for cancer screenings and early detection strategies. Also hear how each group is uniquely positioned to reach their target audience. 1.00 CHIS Level 1 On
Region 7 Presents - History of the Rochester Study: Literature Discussion Join us for a discussion of three journal articles about the Rochester Study. Explore previous research into the impact of hospital library services on clinical decision making. 1.00 On
Region 7 Presents - Evaluating Health Information on Wikipedia Do you ever use Wikipedia for health information, even though you feel like you shouldn’t? Despite widespread skepticism of its value, studies have shown that the quality of information on Wikipedia is often similar to other encyclopedias.

In this webinar you will learn about Wikipedia’s biomedical content and the standards that guide its creation, how to evaluate health articles on Wikipedia, and how to use these articles as starting points for further research.
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Lessons learned: Engaging teens in evaluating online health information Join the National Association of Hispanic Nurses Connecticut Chapter (NAHN-CT) to learn about their successful 2020-2021 NNLM funded project to bring training to teens about evaluating health information online. 0.00 On
Region 7: Hospital Libraries Advisory Group Annual Meeting Region 7 will share what we are learning from hospital libraries, and we will ask for webinar suggestions. This is an opportunity for Region 7 to connect with hospital librarians in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. 0.00 On
Graphic Medicine Virtual Social Join colleagues interested in graphic medicine to network through interactive activities including book talks, drawing and storytelling activities, watercooler chats and more. 0.00 On