The Collection Development Section is seeking nominations for the Daniel T. Richards Prize of $250.00 for writing related to health sciences collection development. The Richards Prize will be presented to an individual who created a work in any format related to collecting in the health sciences. This work must be widely accessible
Call for 2018 Louise Darling Medal for Distinguished Achievement in Collection Development Nominations
Nominations are due to MLA November 1, 2017 for the above award. This award is presented annually by MLA. Visit MLANET at http://www.mlanet.org/p/cm/ld/fid=242 for details and nomination application form. Please email Elizabeth Huggins, the Jury Chair, at email@example.com with additional questions.
Are you aware of a librarian who has engaged with the local, state, or federal government to encourage improved health? The Carla J. Funk Governmental Relations Award recognizes a medical librarian who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in the area of governmental relations at the local, state, or federal level, and who has
MLA’s greatest assets are the collective wisdom of its members and the support received from friends and affiliates. Some of our colleagues have made sustained and outstanding contributions to the profession and are deserving of recognition as Fellows of MLA. Individuals who are not members but who have similarly contributed in a
MLA is seeking nominations for the Research Advancement in Health Sciences Librarianship Award. This award recognized organizations whose exemplary actions have served to advance health information research and evidence-based practice in health sciences libraries. Honorees will have created and sustained a culture of research that enables and recognizes the research engagement of
Call for Nominations: MLA Award for Research Advancement in Health Sciences Librarianship Does your organization support your involvement in research activities? Nominate it for the new MLA Award for Research Advancement in Health Sciences Librarianship. This award is designed to acknowledge organizations that nurture librarian research engagement through dedicated time, funding, statistical
The Janet Doe Lectureship is a unique award, offering both significant recognition and the opportunity to present a major plenary session lecture at the annual meeting of the Medical Library Association. “The Janet Doe Lecturer is an individual chosen annually by the Medical Library Association for his or her unique perspective on the