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It’s Spring – so we have a questionnaire for you!

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

Each Spring we turn to our members for feedback on some of our programs and resources. It’s that time again! Please help us once again by answering a few questions about the MCR’s Technology and Advocacy programs. Click here to complete this year’s Spring Questionnaire. We’d love to hear from you by Wednesday April 22. Questions? Contact Betsy Kelly at betsy.kelly@wustl.edu

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Free Live Webinar on ScreenCasting – Four chances to attend a live session April 1-4

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Hello all,

If you are interested in a great tech speaker, you may consider registering for one of the live webinars on ScreenCasting.

Even though DottoTech  is a .com website, they have always provided excellent educational technology offerings presented in fun and understandable way.

There are a variety of dates and times between April 1st through April 4th to select from.

Register here

jb

 

Responsive Design for DIMRC Resource Guide

Friday, March 20th, 2015

Stacey J. Arnesen, Branch Chief, Disaster Information Management Research Center at the National Library of Medicine announced today that the Disaster LitTM: Resource Guide for Disaster Medicine and Public Health is now in responsive design so it’s easy to search and display records on your mobile device.  This resource keeps you current with the latest guidelines, reports, and more from your phone or tablet.

You can test the responsive design by checking out the resources added in the last week here.  [jh]

Quick Health Data Online Shuttered

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

After many years of hosting Quick Health Data Online, the Office of Women’s Health has decided to close the website March 31, 2015. You will be able to download information up until that time from resources such as:

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St. Patrick’s Day Disease?

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

Shamrock imageWhat happens when a young boy consumes too many Shamrock shakes? Read on: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1819298/pdf/canmedaj01445-0021a.pdf. /da

One More Professional Development Award Left

Monday, March 16th, 2015

Congratulations to Peggy Cruse from National Jewish Health who was just approved to attend the Research Data Access and Preservation Summit in April. The NN/LM MCR has one more award for a member who wants to attend an event to improve her/his skills in supporting researchers (e.g., e-science event). You could be the one! The event must take place by the end of April 2015. For more information and to apply you can go to our funding page or talk to your state coordinator. /ch

HHS Syndication Storefront

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Looking for an easy way to keep your website fresh with health-related information? The HHS Syndication Storefront allows you to syndicate (import) content from many HHS websites directly into your own website or application. These services are provided by HHS free of charge. /da

PubMed Central: Publication Source for NIH-Funded Research

Monday, March 9th, 2015

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a  comprehensive set of plans outlining how its agencies will expand access to the results of scientific research for the public. The centerpiece for this effort is PubMed Central where investigators will make any peer-reviewed publications resulting from research from the five key HHS  funding agencies available to the public within 12 months of publication.  The plans also require that data produced by researchers be made publicly accessible in a digital format. At a minimum, the data underlying publications will need to be available at the time of publication. More information on the plans are available from the HHS Idea Lab Blog.

The five funding agencies within HHS covered by the plans are:

  • NIH (National Institutes of Health)
  • CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • FDA (Food and Drug Administration
  • AHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • ASPR (Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response.

These plans have implications for librarians helping users to locate information and librarians supporting NIH funded researchers. /ch

 

“Advanced PubMed® Tips, Tricks and Tools: MeSH

Monday, March 9th, 2015

Join the National Library of Medicine Training Center (NTC) for a new online class, “Advanced PubMed Tips, Tricks, and Tools:  MeSH.”

Format:  This is a FREE 90-minute online class using Adobe Connect.  It is worth 1.5 MLA CE credits.

Description: This class covers several advanced concepts in the use of Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) for searching via PubMed. Topics include annual updates to MeSH, the effective use of subheadings, free floating subheadings, and examples of commonly confused terms.

Experience Level: Intermediate; this course is intended for those with at least beginning knowledge of PubMed and MeSH.

When:  Choose from four upcoming dates in April and July 2015.

To register:  Click here to register. <http://nnlm.gov/ntcc/classes/class_details.html?class_id=917>  Class enrollment is limited, so register now!

Questions?  Contact the NTC trainers at ntc@utah.edu. /ch

Scheduled Online Consultation Hours Ending

Monday, March 9th, 2015

Network members,

The NN/LM MCR has ended support of the regularly scheduled online consultation services.

We will continue to provide Network members excellent consultation services when you need help on a project or any issue you may have. Please visit our contact page so you can get in touch with our staff.

If you would like to learn more about the online consultation service, please click on this link…Original Announcement

If you any comments or questions about this announcement, please do not hesitate to contact john.bramble@utah.edu, 800-338-7657 (within Region), 801-585-5743 (office).