Haven’t decided which CE to attend at the upcoming Medical Library Association meeting? Consider attending the E-Patient Symposium. The Symposium provides 6 MLA CE contact hours and counts towards the Consumer Health Information Specialization (CHIS). E-Patients: The Techno-cultural Revolution of Health Consumers Saturday, May 22, 2010, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. With
MAC Members you are invited to attend the HS/HSL’s @ Hand: Mobile Technologies in Academia and Medicine Symposium The Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore will be hosting a day-long symposium on April 21, 2010 addressing the emerging and evolving uses of mobile technologies, such as smart
Oh, for the chance to be in two places at once! Had I such a power, the MAC/MLA TriChapter Conference would have been the perfect venue to deploy it. The best practices sessions simultaneously offered tips for managing electronic resources, librarians as learners, and health literacy. Or, on day 2, interfacing library
From Rick Peterson: Registration is now open for 3 by the Sea, a tri-chapter meeting of the New York/New Jersey, Middle Atlantic, and Philadelphia Regional Chapters of the Medical Library Association on October 5-8 at Resorts Hotel in Atlantic City.
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)
(This post is based in part on a UNC Chapel Hill HSL e-news article by Ginny Bunch) The Health Sciences Library at UNC-Chapel Hill was excited to host UNC’s resident Nobel Laureate, Dr. Oliver Smithies, Excellence Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, on March 30, 2009 at 4pm. Dr. Smithies talked informally
From Brandi Tuttle: Ready to share your MAC photos? You are invited to add your own digital images to the MAC 2008 Flickr pool!