National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) MidContinental Region
New Interactive Professional Development Experience!
You are invited to join us on an adventure! This is an online game that uses theories that gaming in adult learning leads to better and more in-depth engagement by the learner. There are lots of challenges you can participate in. Many of the challenges can earn you MLA CE credit.
New job opportunity with MCR!
This position works as the National Network of Libraries of Medicine MidContinental Region (NN/LM MCR) coordinator for the state of Kansas, providing outreach and training to medical librarians, healthcare professionals, and the public. In addition, this position also serves as a co-coordinator of...
Ebola Outbreak Information Resources Page
A new web page, Ebola Outbreak 2014: Information Resources, is now available from the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) Disaster Information Management Research Center. The resources on this page may be of value to international and local organizations and individuals providing Ebola outbreak-related services...
November CDC Vital Signs: Cervical Cancer
Not enough women are being screened for cervical cancer, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in this month’s issue of Vital Signs. More than 12,000 women get cervical cancer every year. Up to 93% of cervical cancers are preventable. Human papillomavirus...
Announcing: a NEW way to connect with MCR Staff
The folks at the NN/LM MCR are now offering a new way to connect with them by offering online consultation services. MCR staff have created online offices where you can go and meet with them to talk about pretty much anything under the sun or on something in their work expertise (or hobby) area.
Upcoming Educational Opportunities
Discover NLM Resources and More
Dec. 3 • Jan. 28 • Feb. 25
1:00pm MT/2:00pm CT
Breezing Along With the RML
Nov. 19 • Jan. 21 • Feb. 18
10:00 MT/11:00 CT
NCCAM Clinical Digest: Meditation for Health
This issue of the digest summarizes current scientific evidence about meditation for health conditions, including cancer symptoms and treatment side effects, high blood pressure, menopausal symptoms, anxiety disorders, smoking cessation, and ADHD. /da
Plains to Peaks Post
In the current issue: Gaming in the RML; Whooo Says…; Health Tracking Aggregator Platforms; Professional Development Award Funding …Still Available; The 2013 Network Member Questionnaire Results; Communication Advice from the MCR Regional Advisory Board; Mobile App...
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