|Beyond the Binary: Understanding LGBTQIA+ Health||
The class aims to provide culturally appropriate health information and resources for LGBTQIA+ populations and the librarians and health care practitioners who support them. We have done our best to use culturally sensitive language and examples recognizing that language on this topic, like gender and sexuality, can be fluid. Providing access to health information for and about these populations is extremely important.
|Disaster Planning & Preparation Forum (September 2023)||
This free virtual forum on disaster planning and preparedness will feature expert speakers presenting on data tools and resources, disaster planning communication, and institutional preparedness with a focus on greater inclusiveness and community resilience. Disasters may include weather events, pandemic, violence (mass shooter, violent protests), accidents (train derailment, building collapse, etc.), earthquake, explosion or any other event that may be sudden, unexpected and poses dangers to life and property. The webinar series will take place between September 12 - 28, 2023.
|Disaster Planning Recorded Webinars||
This Moodle class supports the provision of information to institutions and communities during disaster situations.
We've gathered several of our past webinars in one place. Each webinar features one or more guest speakers. Each recording is worth 1 MLA CE credit.
|Effective Health Communication and Health Literacy: Understanding the Connection||
How are health communication and health literacy connected? How can you be more effective in providing health information to consumers, patients, clients, library patrons and your community? This 1 hour webinar introduces the concepts of health literacy and health communication, outlines components of clear health communication, and identifies online resources from NLM, government agencies and other recognized resources for health literacy and health communication.
|Finding and Using Health Statistics||
This online, self-paced course for librarians and students in health sciences describes different types of health statistics, how they are collected, and where they can be found.
How many Americans are affected by cardiovascular disease each year? Are there geographic gaps in access to health care? How do the leading causes of death in the United States differ from those worldwide? Do mRNA vaccines, like the COVID-19, cause cardiovascular events? Does the use of oral contraceptives (birth control pills) increase the risk of breast cancer?
|From Problem to Prevention: Evidence-Based Public Health||
This presentation meets the NLM/NIH strategic plan goal of building a workforce for data-driven research and health in order to address increasing health equity through information by using the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed bibliographic database and other freely available resources.
|Health Statistics on the Web||
This presentation meets the NLM/NIH strategic plan goal of building a workforce for data-driven research and health in order to address increasing health information access and use.
|NNLM Information Access Webinar Series||
This webinar series supports the provision of information to institutions and communities, public access to biomedical literature and research results and access to information in disaster situations.
Each webinar will focus on a different topic with a guest speaker.
|NNLM Region 6 Speaker Spotlight Series||
The NNLM Region 6 Speaker Series is an intermittent webinar series hosted by NNLM Region 6. It showcases guest speakers who address various topics relevant to our members, including librarians, public health practitioners, educators, clinicians, and other healthcare information professionals. Our selection of topics is influenced by audience preferences and requests, trends, seasonal relevance, and speaker availability, ensuring a dynamic and engaging experience for all participants.
|Public Health Webinar Series||
In this series of webinars, guest speakers will discuss a health information topic relevant to the public health workforce. Sessions aim to provide the public health workforce with new resources and skills to locate high quality health information or knowledge of health information topics. Programs will be featured on the national calendar and will be open to all, but the series will explicitly focus on meeting the health information needs of the public health.
|Rural Health Resources||
Evidence shows that there are marked health disparities between those living in rural areas versus their urban counterparts.
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