The OERC posted a link to the American Evaluation Association Online Public Library – a collection of AEA conference presentations, assessment instruments (such as rubrics and logic models) and more. Check out their post at http://goo.gl/4x9hWp or go straight to the AEA site at http://goo.gl/NR9z7f – bk
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The Blue Button Initiative is a public-private partnership that seeks to give consumers easy and secure access to their health records from a variety of sources and it supports ONC’s (the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology) focus to increase the interoperability of health information. You can join this effort and support patient education by featuring the Blue Button public service announcements on your library website and promoting activities of the campaign. Link to “Launching this fall: the National Blue Button Consumer Campaign” to find the national partnership organizations, a link to the PSAs and additional details about the campaign. /rv
We’ve renamed our” Spotlight! on National Library of Medicine Resources” to…. “Discover NLM and More.” The change is being made to help us re-gear, rethink, and restructure our webinars, not just to include more and different resources, but to include you, to interact with you in these training sessions, and discover right along with you, all the wonderful resources we have at our fingertips, from the National Library of Medicine, and other resources, that may be relevant to you.
Our “first” new session will be on Wednesday, June 25 at 1:00 MT/2:00 CT -Clinical Trials
- “However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the result.” Wise words from Winston Churchill, and they could not be more appropriate for this one-hour session on the ClinicalTrials.gov results database. This free public registry of clinical trials launched in 2000 with a mere 4,000 studies, and today boasts nearly 168,000. Join Dana Abbey to explore the basics of clinical trials, the purpose of registering and submitting results, and searching and interpreting results. One MLA CE credit will be available for this class.
JOIN US AT: https://webmeeting.nih.gov/mcr2 Equipment: connection to the Internet and a phone, Login: as a guest with your first and last name. Instructions to connect to the audio will show up once you’ve logged in. No registration required. Captioning will be provided and the session will be recorded. Questions to email@example.com (mm).
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has announced the release of Connecting Health and Care for the Nation: A 10-Year Vision to Achieve an Interoperable Health IT Infrastructure.
“This paper describes ONC’s broad vision and framework for interoperability and is an invitation to health IT stakeholders – clinicians, consumers, hospitals, public health, technology developers, payers, researchers, policymakers and many others – to join ONC in developing a defined, shared roadmap that will allow us to collectively achieve health IT interoperability as a core foundational element of better care, at a lower cost and better health for all.” The ONC welcomes your feedback on this paper and will offer several opportunities over the coming months to provide your feedback. Stay tuned for future details. /rv
Interested in patient safety? Check out the new “Patient Safety: Perspectives on Evidence, Information and Knowledge Transfer” volume by Lorri Zipperer. You can read a chapter for free at http://tinyurl.com/ld24t58 This book is a great way to examine the role for librarians in patient safety! (bbj)
We have received an anonymous tip that your network agent identities may have been compromised. It is necessary to complete your missions by tomorrow and then cease your activities. Make sure your reports have been added to the Mission I’mPossible site by April 30 to ensure your success as you attempt to become the Top Network Health Information Agent.
As always, should you or anyone on your IMF (I’mPossible Missions Force) Team be caught or killed, the secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This message will self-destruct in five seconds. Good luck to you all.
Attention all Network member secret agents:
You have, if you choose to accept it, one FINAL mission. You must work with the SIS (Specialized Information Services) by attending the Spotlight session Wednesday, April 23. You still have the opportunity to change your agent status and achieve a higher level of health information knowledge (and earn more points) by finishing uncompleted mission tasks. Remember, the game ends April 30, 2014 and you must complete your tasks and turn in your secret agent credentials at that time. The winning agent will be awarded accordingly. Will it be you? /rv
Time is limited! You have only three weeks to complete your missions and become a Super Secret Agent! And it is a possible mission. Join now and complete all three parts of any of the following missions: “Emergency Preparedness,” Walk’n Talk Like a CFO (both under Mission Advocacy) and “Community Languages” (under Mission Health Information Literacy) and earn 3 hours of MLA Certified CE. Currently 0ur top three agents are Kitty Serling, Erin Wimmer, and Amy Birks. Become an agent by registering online and compete for the top spot! For mission details and classified information, contact John “Game Master” Bramble at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-338-7667. /rv
Hello NN/LM MCR Full Network members!
The deadline to apply for a $50 iTunes/GooglePlay purchase card is April 15, 2015.
Why are we encouraging your to apply?
We have learned from past mobile device projects that the cost of apps is a major barrier to accessing and experimenting with for-fee apps that might improve work performance or efficiencies vs. the free versions of for-fee apps or just focusing on free apps.
To address this issue, the NN/LM MCR would like to offer librarians working at full Network member institutions either a $50 iTunes or $50 GooglePlay purchase cards (depending on your device) in exchange for them sharing what they learned about the app.
The deadline to submit your application is April 15, 2014.
In order to apply for the $50 purchase card, applicants simply fill out the form and agree to fully participant in the project as outlined at the link below.
Recordings and slides of the “Preventing Diagnostic Error” Webinar series which was held in conjunction with Patient Safety Awareness Week, March 2014 are available at http://www.npsf.org/events-forums/patient-safety-awareness-week/diagnostic-error-webinar-series/ Titles of the three presentations are: “Patient and Family Engagement to Prevent Diagnostic Error”, “Diagnostic Safety in an EHR-enabled Health Care System” and “How to Do a Root Cause Analysis of Diagnostic Error”. (bbj)