We’ve got another great webinar coming up as part of our Patient Safety series! Join us Tuesday, June 4th at 1pm CT / 12pm MT for What Problem are We Trying to Solve? How Continuing Education Professionals Help Close the Gap presented by guest speaker Dena Silva, Director of INCEDO at the
Hello everyone! The last session of the Pieces of Systematic Review with Margaret Foster webinar series is coming up this Thursday! Even if you haven’t attended other sessions, be sure to join us Thursday May 16th at 1pm CT / 12pm MT for the final presentation with Margaret discussing Explain & Summarize
Be part of a team with a mission to accelerate the translation of scientific discoveries and the implementation of evidence-based best practice for the purpose of improving human health. The Systematic Review Librarian is a team-oriented position engaged in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary transformative collaboration.
Happy start of Healthy Vision Month! We’ll be promoting eye health with our next SCR CONNECTions webinar, scheduled for next Wednesday, May 8th at 10am CT / 9am MT. Our guest speaker Iliana Molina, Director of EyeMobile for Children in California, will present Eye Health Across a Lifespan. Iliana gave a similar
3 spots left! 2019 Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-based Practice for Medical Librarians
Registration is OPEN for Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-based Practice for Medical Librarians to be held in Aurora, Colorado, July 28-31, 2019 (Sunday-Wednesday). To register, click on the large blue link below. PLEASE NOTE: Only three (3) seats are left. We opened registration to those on the early notification list
Serving Patrons with Disabilities in Your Library or Clinic<http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2052/serving-patrons-with-disabilities-in-your-library-or-clinic> Wednesday, April 17, 1:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m., central time. Christine Willis, author of Library Services for Persons with Disabilities: Twentieth Anniversary Update<https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02763869.2012.641855>, shows you how you can create welcoming environments for people with disabilities, instead of reacting to needs as they arise. She’ll also
Call for Proposals: Biomedical Scholarly Communications in the Digital Age Are you knowledgeable about scholarly communication in the biomedical sciences? Would you like to share that knowledge with librarians, researchers, faculty and students? If so, please consider submitting a proposal to the MLA Books Panel.
Greetings – Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives is seeking a dynamic and proactive liaison librarian for our Research & Education team! Come work with us! We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage applications from candidates of all races, genders, ages, ethnicities, cultural heritages, or
Well, the time has come. I will be retiring within the next two-three months. What a ride this has been!! The last 20 years have been extraordinary here at Sarasota Memorial. What a wonderful group of people to work with and to watch a hospital grow tremendously and successfully. Living in paradise
Registration open for two-week asynchronous online course “Wellness in the Library Workplace” (class begins April 15)
(via the National Network of Libraries of Medicine – Greater Midwest Region) The GMR is delighted to lead a partnership between the National Network of Libraries of Medicine and the American Library Association-Allied Professional Association (ALA-APA). We have developed a new course, “Wellness in the Library Workplace”, as part of ALA President