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Vol 10 No 3 – March 2012

Who’s Doing What in the RML

We’ve been moving responsibilities around in the RML so if you’re a little confused, it’s understandable. (more…)

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Introducing Monica Rogers

Photo of Monica RogersMonica Rogers is the new Health Information Literacy Coordinator for the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region. She is located at Creighton University. Monica earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Anthropology from the University of Illinois – Springfield and her Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Missouri. She was most recently at Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University School of Medicine, as the Community Health Librarian, working with St. Louis Public Library to develop a Consumer Health Department.

On a more personal note, she likes to play pinball and listen to vinyl records of rock & roll music. She has over 300 LPs and over 500 45s, of which almost half have their original picture sleeve.

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Refugee Health Resources

Image of a globe covered with flags of many nations.Research conducted over the past 25 years has shown a strong correlation between language barriers and poor quality health care. Language can affect the accuracy of patient histories, the ability to engage in treatment decision-making, poorer understanding of a medical diagnosis or treatment, under use of primary and preventative services, lower use and misuse of prescription medications, and a decreased level of patient trust.

Linguistically, the majority of the population in the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region (NN/LM MCR) speaks English as their primary language. Spanish ranks second, German third, and French fourth. (more…)

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Professional Development in Mindfulness:

Mindfulness in Clinical Practice, Education and Research

Emily Eresuma, Librarian
Primary Children’s Medical Center
Salt Lake City, Utah
emily.eresuma@imail.org

Picture of a drop of water falling into a pond from the tip of a leaf

Breathe in, breathe out…breathe in, breathe out…where do you feel your breath the most? Through your nose, in your chest, or when your abdomen expands? Did you know when you practice yoga that is a form of practicing mindfulness? Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present, without judgment or distraction. (more…)

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Downloadable E-books

Yes, we have them!

 Cover image - Cbrarian Extraordinaire  Cover Image - Humor and Information Literacy  Cover Image - The Secret of Teams Cover image - The Acciental Health Sciences Librarian Cover Image - How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian

For several years the NN/LM MCR has maintained a collection of more than 100 e-books focused on technology and library management topics. This year – we’ve increased our EBSCOHost (formerly NetLibrary) collection again by adding a few new titles: (more…)

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