REMINDER Survey on medical and health sciences librarian community and co-authorship experiences

Good afternoon, We are conducting a research study of the medical and health sciences librarian community; we are investigating the experiences of librarians as co-authors on research, as well as challenges they may face. Many librarians within this field of librarianship are expected by their employers to participate in high-level research and

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Reminder: Hospital Searching Experience During COVID-19

Dear Colleagues, If you have already completed this survey, thank you! If not, it’s a friendly reminder that we’d love to hear from you! We’re researching hospital library database search experience during COVID-19. We have selected the time period February 2020 – August 2020 for this project. Our results will be submitted

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Hospital Library Searching Experience During COVID-19

Dear  MEDLIB Colleagues, We’re researching hospital library database search experience during COVID-19. We have selected the time period February 2020 – August 2020 for this project. Our results will be submitted for publication later this year. The survey (link below) includes 8 questions and runs until Friday, June 30, 2021 at 5

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News from the NLM History of Medicine Division

Greetings from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) History of Medicine Division. With continued appreciation of each and every member of our outstanding team-every day and especially during this Public Service Recognition Week 2021-we have the following news to share: *   Division staff continue to work remotely to support YOU in your

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Call for participation: Professional Development for Health Science/Medical Librarians

Dear Colleagues, I invite you to participate in a survey examining the different methods that health science librarians participate in to obtain professional development. There is no direct benefit to participation.  By giving me permission to analyze your survey responses, however, you will help us understand the best methods for health science librarians to obtain training to do their job. To participate, you

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