CLIC-on-Health for Local Health Professionals: Introduction to Public Health Information on the Web
The CLIC-on-Health Professionals page is a gateway to free health information resources, including databases that contain information useful to the public health workforce. CLIC-on-Health is administered by the Rochester (NY) Regional Library Council.
RRLC invites you to learn about the CLIC-on-Health Access to Free Online Health Information –Training unaffiliated health professionals and Public Health Workers project in a series of series of five webinars covering public health resources used for health promotion and education, evidence based information, statistical information and disaster, environmental health and toxicology .
Feb. 13 / Noon – 1 pm: Using the CLIC-on-Health Public Health Resources page introduction & overview
Feb. 20 / Noon – 1 pm: Using the CLIC-on-Health Public Health Resources page to search for Health Promotion and Education information. Databases include MedlinePlus, PHpartners.org, CDC, Healthy Roads Media and more. Useful information for public health nurses, health educators, consumers.
March 20 / Noon – 1 pm: Using the CLIC-on-Health Public Health Resources page to search for Evidence Based Public Health Resources. Databases include PubMed, PubMed Health, Guide to Clinical Preventative Services, the National Guidelines Clearinghouse and more. Provides information about clinical effectiveness, clinical practice guidelines, and recommendations on preventative interventions.
March 25 / Noon – 1 pm: Using the CLIC-on-Health Public Health Resources page to search for Health Statistics and Data Sources. Databases include CDC Data and Statistics, Healthy People 2020 Data and more.
April 11 / Noon – 1 pm: Using the CLIC-on-Health Public Health Resources page to search for Disaster, Environmental Health & Toxicology information. Databases include TOXNET, the Toxicology and Environmental Health Program, Disaster Information Management Research Center and resources useful to first responders.
Webinars are free and will be recorded for future reference.
Click here to register: http://bit.ly/WxfR7D
This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, under Contract No. HHS-N-276-2011-00003-C with the University of Pittsburgh, Health Sciences Library System.