Class Recordings

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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Creating a Road Map for Career Success: Applying for Tenure, Promotion, or AHIP

This webinar will provide guidance on applying for tenure, promotion, and membership in the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP). The presenters will give an overview of these various processes, focusing on their similarities and differences, benefits and drawbacks, and timelines and requirements. Drawing on their unique professional experiences and institutional situations, the presenters will share widely applicable best practices to prepare attendees to create a roadmap for career success. This webinar is brought to you through a…
Date: July 26, 2023

Homelessness and Inclusion Health

The interactions between homelessness and health are complex. Having a greater understanding of these interactions, of complex trauma, historical trauma including racism, and the negative effects of social exclusion on health is essential for librarians and others in supportive roles. Evidence-based interventions like inclusion health, health through housing, and health literacy supportive education, help to improve the health and life trajectories of people experiencing homelessness. Brief case studies and discussion of the role of librarians will be included in this presentation.…
Date: July 20, 2023

How PubMed Works: ATM

This 90 ATM (Automatic Term Mapping) class looks at the contents of the 3 translation tables used to map your search terms and looks in-depth at Search Details.

Date: July 20, 2023

How PubMed Works: MeSH

Date: July 18, 2023

Reproductive Health and the Reference Desk: How libraries can provide information in a post-Roe country

It has been over 1 year since the U.S. Supreme Court repealed Roe v. Wade. Abortion is now illegal in a significant portion of the country. What does this mean for information access? This webinar will discuss reproductive health as an information access concern, introduce the Reproductive Justice framework, and offer ideas for how libraries can provide create environments that are supportive of sexual and reproductive health information.

Barbara Alvarez is a PhD student in Information Science at University of Wisconsin–Madison with a focus on reproductive health.…
Date: July 18, 2023

How PubMed Works: Selection

This 90 minute class 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.

Date: July 13, 2023

R4 Connections: Bed Bugs in Libraries

Bed bugs are not a new challenge to libraries. 

In the first 30 minutes of this session, we will hear from Janet Anderson, previous Library Director of Minot Public Library. Janet will discuss the issues with these pests in libraries and describe the thorough policies and procedures created by Minot Public Library to deal with such infestations.

Janet will also describe the research conducted by staff on preventing and treating bed bugs and how they can impact a library.  While dealing with bed bugs can be a huge pain, it's something that anyone can…
Date: July 13, 2023

On-farm health screening needs of immigrant dairy workers

This presentation will discuss the results of a pilot study done to determine the health needs of dairy workers and the feasibility of on-farm health risk screenings.  Findings suggest there is a need and interest for on-farm health risk screenings and education among immigrant dairy workers. Addressing known barriers to health should be paramount to the organization of on-farm health risk screenings.  

Date: July 12, 2023

How PubMed Works: Introduction

This 90 minute introduction class provides overviews about finding articles by a specific author and articles on a specific subject. The class also explores the Advanced Search Builder and Search History.

Date: July 11, 2023

Region One Insights. Climate Change, Health and Equity Among Minority and Vulnerable Populations

The environment plays a major role in our health and well-being. Health disparities exist when communities are exposed to the effects of climate change and environmental hazards and experience socioeconomic inequities. These factors increase the risk of illness and disease. Historically marginalized communities are impacted by these disparities at far greater rates than other communities. Therefore, public health approaches to address climate, health, and equity are warranted.

Join NNLM's Region One when they host two guest speakers:

LaDawna Walker Dean, ABD, MSW…
Date: June 26, 2023

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