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Browse recordings of past NNLM webinars from Jan 1, 2020 - current. To see curated playlists by topic, audience, or region, visit the NNLM YouTube channel.

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Identifying and Providing Health Education Materials for Migrant Farmworkers

Migrant farmworkers face a host of different health issues and yet are the backbone of our food economy. In order to address some of the vast health disparities that exist for this population, partners from East Carolina University, NC State, and Student Action with Farmworkers worked together on a National Library of Medicine grant for three years. The main aims of the grant that the library was involved in included searching for and identifying health education materials for farmworkers, making them available online, and creating training materials on how to search…
Date: November 9, 2022

How PubMed Works: Selection

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Date: November 9, 2022

Social Workers: Building a Connection Between the Library, Service Agencies and Patrons

It's hard for people to navigate complex systems to obtain basic needs when faced with life changing events. The Kansas City Public Library recognized that members of their community would benefit from a program that helps pave the way. To fill the need, KCPL launched Community Resources. The Community Resources Team provides individuals experiencing life challenges an inclusive place to access the connections, support, and services they need. Made up of social workers, education…
Date: November 9, 2022

How PubMed Works: Introduction

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Date: November 2, 2022

Science-Self-Fandom: How to promote your science and your worth

The ability to highlight your professional strengths, promote your work, and identify and endorse your transferable skills does not come naturally for the majority of us. But more recently, scientific institutions have begun to strengthen their efforts to diversify and expand the scientific workforce, creating and maintaining a more inclusive environment for all. In order to be seen, promotion is necessary, and self-advocacy starts with you!

Join us to learn tips for self-promotion, self-marketing, and self-branding for advancing your career. Participants will learn how to…
Date: October 20, 2022

Community Discussion: Addressing the NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy Session 2

The NNLM National Center for Data Services will be holding a series of interactive "Community Discussions'' about the upcoming NIH Data Management and Sharing Plan Requirements (effective January 25, 2023). 

In these discussions, medical librarians and information professionals working in research data management will discuss challenges in addressing the National Institutes of Health Policy for Data Management and Sharing at their…
Date: October 17, 2022

Partners in Public Health: Healthy People 2030 and the Role of Public Libraries in Promoting Health and Health Equity Part 2

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This event is hosted by NNLM in collaboration with the NIH Office of Disease Prevention (ODP), the HHS Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP), and the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).

We'll hear from Carter Blakey
Deputy Director, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health

Date: October 13, 2022

Bridging the Divide: Improving Mental Health Care, Access, and Delivery in our Communities

According to a recent report by SAMHSA, it’s estimated that about 20% of US adults had any mental illness in 2020. Previous national surveys demonstrate that the lifetime prevalence of mental illness in adolescents nears 50%. However, among adults with any mental illness and adolescents with major depression, less than 50% receive mental health services. The widespread inaccessibility of these services is made even more clear among communities experiencing systemic health disparities, such as rural and racial/ethnic minority communities. 
Date: October 12, 2022

Farming for Public Health: Thinking Upstream

Approximately 50 million pounds of pesticides are applied to corn and beans in Iowa annually.  As troubles of escalating pesticide use in Iowa and the Midwest are becoming more visible (weed resistance, pesticide drift, crop damage, etc.), there is a paucity of easily accessible informational resources for Iowans about the environmental and public health impacts of pesticides in our state. Furthermore, the system of agriculture that relies so heavily on synthetic chemical inputs has many other implications on ecological sustainability that ultimately impact human…
Date: October 12, 2022

NNLM Region 1 Funding Webinar Part 4: Show

Thinking of applying for NNLM Region 1 funding for projects beginning May 1st, 2023? 

Join us when we talk about wrapping it up; Evaluation; Reporting; Carrying it Forward; Q&A

Applications open September 12th and close on November 4th, 2022. 

Tony and Nancy will be available for one-on-one consulting as well to address…
Date: October 11, 2022

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