From Dale Prince: Subject: Reminder: Beyond the SEA Web Conference: A discussion of funding from NN/LM and NLM?s Division of Extramural Programs Wednesday, June 3, 2009 12:00 Noon – 1:00 pm (EST)
The MedlinePlus team is pleased to announce a new email alerting service for the NIH MedlinePlus magazine.
(From Anne Linton, 5/13/09): We are still recruiting for the postion listed and welcome qualified and interested candidates.
From the MAC-MLA listserv (Joanne M. Muellenbach): TITLE: Head, Electronic Resources and Technical Services, The Commonwealth Medical College Library, 501 Vine Street, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18509 MINIMUM SALARY: $55,000
From Connie Schardt: Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-Based Practice for Medical Librarians <http://www.dartmouth.edu/~biomed/institute2009/> When: Monday, August 3rd, 5:00pm – Thursday, August 6th, noon Where: Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
From Christine Caufield-Noll: The Harrison Medical Library has an opening for a temporary intern to work as a Library Informationist during the Fall 2009 semester. Students will be expected to work a total of 120 hours during the semester, approximately 7.5 hours a week, and will receive a small stipend.
(this position is open until June 15) From Anna Tatro: Non-Tenure Track Faculty Position Vacancy TITLE: Head of Reference and Research Services MINIMUM SALARY: $54,000 Health Sciences and Human Services Library University of Maryland 601 West Lombard Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201 POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: The Health Sciences and Human Services Library (HS/HSL), University
From Amy Blevins: A while back, Michelle Kraft posted a blog entry about a library video contest that would be taking place this Spring. The contest was put out by Gale and asked libraries to create videos that talked about power to the user. Full details can be found on the Librareo
(Submitted by Brandi Tuttle) From American Libraries Direct 3/25/2009: Librarians looking for a credible and easy-to-use health promotion and wellness online resource for their customers should visit Healthfinder.gov. This is a National Health Information Center website full of personalized health information and tools presented in an easy-to-read format with simple navigation. The
From Terri Ottosen: healthfinder.gov: The Health Promotion Information Resource Librarians Have Been Searching For Librarians looking for a credible and easy-to-use health promotion and wellness online resource for their customers should visit http://www.healthfinder.gov. healthfinder.gov is a Government Web site full of personalized, actionable health information and tools presented in an easy-to-read format