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.
How PubMed Works: ATM
The How PubMed Works: Automatic Term Mapping (ATM) session addresses increasing health information access and use by highlighting information about the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed bibliographic database.
During this 90-minute session about ATM we'll go behind-the-scenes in PubMed with an in-depth explanation of:
Date: February 29, 2024
How PubMed Works: MeSH
The How PubMed Works: MeSH session addresses increasing health information access and use by highlighting information about the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed bibliographic database.
Date: February 27, 2024
PATIENTS Program Part 2: Continuous Engagement after the PATIENTS Professors Academy: Methods and Pathways
This is part two of a series, continued from the From Problem to Prevention: Evidence-Based Public Health webinar on Jan 30, 2024
In authentic community-engaged research, continuous engagement in does not end when a grant ends. In this webinar, PATIENTS Professors will share how they have helped their academic research partners improve engagement and provide resources to support patient advocacy, grant writing, and community engagement workshops. After attending this session, participants will be able to challenge narratives about how different communities participate…
How PubMed Works: Selection
The How PubMed Works: Selection session addresses increasing health information access and use by highlighting information about the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed bibliographic database.
This 90-minute session covers issues and concerns surrounding the current publishing landscape; the selection criteria for the different components of the PubMed database and NLM responsibilities and practices in collecting and providing access to the biomedical literature.
MEDLINE and PMC staff will be available to answer audience questions.
Date: February 21, 2024
How PubMed Works: Introduction
This How PubMed Works: Introduction session addresses increasing health information access and use by highlighting information about the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed bibliographic database.
Date: February 20, 2024
NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy Overview
This online class meets the NLM/NIH strategic plan goal of accelerating discovery and advancing health through data driven research in order to increase health information access and use.
The NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy requires funded researchers to submit a plan outlining how scientific data from their research will be managed and shared. This session is intended for information professionals who are unfamiliar with this policy and it will review the policy components and how you can prepare to address the policy at your institution. Topics to be covered include…
Artificial Intelligence & Healthcare: An Overview for the Curious - Love Data Week 2024
AI is widely utilized in healthcare. This presentation provides a friendly introduction to the topic for librarians, health professionals, and anyone with an interest in the topic. Attendees will come away informed about the field’s history, conversant with definitions of important concepts, an understanding of how AI can become biased (and what that means for patients), and familiar with some of the many ways that AI is currently being used in healthcare.
This session will be taught by Kimberley R. Barker, MLIS, the Librarian for Belonging & Community…
Health literacy of people living with mental health or substance use disorders
This presentation will shed light on the health literacy of individuals living with mental health and substance use disorders. Despite often facing health inequalities, poorer outcomes, and difficulties accessing good healthcare, this group remains understudied. The webinar will provide an overview of a program of research examining the multidimensional health literacy levels of this population and how it affects their health outcomes. The research draws comparisons with other populations and explores the connection between health literacy and service…
Generative AI in Health Sciences Libraries: What to Do Now
In this webinar, Lauren Hays will share about the current state of generative AI. Then, she will lead a discussion about how this technology is impacting health sciences libraries and how it may impact health sciences libraries in the future.The webinar will end with information on how to effectively incorporate generative AI and address challenges it creates.
The session will be interactive and practical. Attendees are encouraged to bring their ideas and questions.
Lauren Hays Ph.D. is an associate professor of instructional…
Advancing Rural Health: Utilizing State Rural Offices and Plans to Create Healthier Communities
People living in rural communities, make up approximately 60 million or one-fifth of the U.S. population. Rural America and rural Americans experience unique needs and challenges and rural communities in each state have unique health care needs. All 50 states have a State Office of Rural Health (SORH) and many have created state rural health plans to address their states’ rural health needs and challenges.
This webinar will discuss the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health and the process of two states: Pennsylvania and Virginia, that recently…