News from the NLM History of Medicine Division

Dear Colleagues, Greetings from the National Library of Medicine’s History of Medicine Division. In accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and to promote social distancing, the National Library of Medicine Reading Rooms are closed to the public starting at Noon, Monday, March 16, 2020, until further

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Job Posting: Supervisory Technical Information Specialist (Engagement Section Head) at the National Library of Medicine

Job Title: Supervisory Technical Information Specialist (Engagement Section Head) The following position is posted on USAJOBS.gov from Friday, March 13 – Tuesday, March 17. This position is located in the Office of Engagement and Training (OET), part of Library Operations, National Library of Medicine (NLM). In this role, you will serve as

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Job opportunities at Geisinger Health Sciences Libraries in northeastern PA

The Geisinger Academic Health Sciences Libraries are implementing a new vision for providing specialized services to meet the information needs of the Geisinger community. We are currently recruiting informationists to engage with students, faculty, clinicians, and researchers to optimize access to and use of information in their work processes. The informationist team

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MLA March Webinar: Basic Statistics for Research Design

MLA March Basic Statistics Webinar Basic Statistics for Research Design Wednesday, March 25, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time. Do you have a basic understanding of research or assessment, but are confused by statistics? This webinar will help you identify the statistical analysis that best fits your data and questions and help you

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Librarian Computer-Mediated Communication Survey

Dear Colleagues, Do you have a moment to share how you share? We would like to invite academic librarians to take part in a survey designed to examine how librarians use instant messaging tools to communicate in the workplace. Instant messaging tools typically lend themselves to more informal communication techniques, and may

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Job Posting: Head of Clinical Research and Education, Yale

Colleagues, Please help us recruit our next Head of Clinical Research and Education, a key library leadership position that serves as our point person to one of the largest hospitals in the country. Yale offers great benefits, relocation support, and a wonderful group of innovative and dedicated colleagues. New Haven is a

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MLA March Webinar: Statistics that Don’t Disappoint

MLA March Basic Statistics Webinar Basic Statistics for Research Design Wednesday, March 25, 1:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m., central time. If you were disappointed by statistics classes that gave you the math but didn’t tell you how to use statistics to answer a question, this course is for you! You will gain an understanding

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Job Posting – GME Librarian, Tampa, FL – Extended

*EXTENDED CLOSING DATE: March 30th* The University of South Florida (USF) Health Libraries is *still* accepting applications for a full-time GME Librarian. *Please share with others who may be interested. Thank you in advance!* POSITION SUMMARY: This position will serve as liaison to medical residents and faculty in the GME program to

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Hypothesis journal: Call for copy editors, peer reviewers, and social media marketers

Hypothesis is the official, peer-reviewed journal of the Medical Library Association Research Caucus, continuously published since 1987. Hypothesis provides a venue for original research and research-related content, including research studies and reflections on the process in order to encourage a broader, reflective conversation among MLA members, medical librarians, and librarians interested in

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Job Posting: 2 positions open, Drexel University Libraries

Recruitment Underway for Librarians with Medical and / or Health Sciences expertise The Libraries is currently recruiting for two librarian positions with expertise in health sciences and / or medical librarianship. Discipline expertise in genetics, neuroscience, pharmacology or bench science is preferred. Candidates should also have an understanding of evidence-based practice and

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