Are you interested in hearing how other libraries support primary care clerkship programs? Join us in this informal and short webinar to hear our colleague, Paul Bain, share his experience teaching Evidence-Based Medicine in a Primary Care Clerkship. There will also be time for questions and to get ideas from other teaching librarians.
Time & Date: 10:00 to 10:30 on Wednesday, May 4th
Description: Paul Bain, a Reference and Education Librarian at Harvard’s Countway Library of Medicine, will share his experiences teaching Evidence-Based Medicine within a Primary Care Clerkship.
Webinar details will be sent to participants.
LiME, or Librarians in Medical Education, began as a SIG within the NEGEA community in 2007. The purpose of the SIG was to serve as an opportunity for those teaching information literacy skills to students, residents and faculty to meet with and learn from others in the region who are on the forefront of planning and executing medical curriculum. LiME is not just for librarians but is for anyone interested in how knowledge of using the medical literature and information literacy plays a role in medical education.
This webinar is co-sponsored by the NN/LM NER Instructional Design Community of Interest.
More Information: Contact Jessica Kilham (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly.
Jessica Kilham, MLIS
Public Services Librarian
Edward and Barbara Netter Library
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518
- 582. 7952