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Webinar Recording Available

MCR News - Tue, 2020-09-22 19:13

MCR Webinar – PubMed at the Public Library presented on September 15, 2020

Recording is now available: https://youtu.be/FUKM8KS2Q_k

More information about the webinar is available here: https://nnlm.gov/class/pubmed-public-library-mcr-webinar/27090

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Announcing Library Carpentry Workshops with NNLM

MCR News - Tue, 2020-09-22 18:47

The NNLM Training Office is pleased to announce a new opportunity for information professionals to build data skills through online Library Carpentry workshops, at no cost to participants.

Library Carpentry focuses on building software and data skills within library and information-related communities. Their goal is to empower people in these roles to use software and data in their own work and to become advocates for and train others in efficient, effective and reproducible data and software practices.

The target audience is learners who have little to no prior computational experience. The instructors put a priority on creating a friendly environment to empower participants and enable data-driven discovery. Those with some experience will also benefit, as the goal is to teach not only how to do analyses, but how to manage the process to make it as automated and reproducible as possible. To see some great examples of how you might use and apply these new skills, check out LibraryCarpentry.org. 

In addition to participating in Library Carpentry workshops, NNLM members will also have the opportunity to receive training to become instructors for Library Carpentry.

To learn more about these opportunities, we invite you to attend an informational session hosted by members of the Library Carpentry community, and The Carpentries Executive Director, Dr. Kari L. Jordan. Join us Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 11AM Pacific / 2 PM EasternRegister here for the session. Session recording will be distributed to all registrants.

Information on applications and workshop dates will be available soon. Contact nto@utah.edu for more information.

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Operationalizing the CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance in Research Data Management

SEA News - Tue, 2020-09-22 14:52

Description: Extractive and unethical research practices led to the accumulation of Indigenous collections in vast national repositories that have missing, incomplete, and impoverished records and metadata. These problems of inequity continue in the ways Indigenous Peoples’ data is created, stored, accessed, and used. Indigenous Peoples insist on the urgent need to integrate Indigenous knowledges and approaches into data and collections practices and policies. The articulation of Indigenous Peoples’ rights and interests in data about their peoples, communities, cultures, and territories is directed towards reclaiming control of data, data ecosystems, and data narratives in the context of open data and open science. The people and purpose-oriented CARE Principles (Collective Benefit, Authority to Control, Responsibility, and Ethics) reflect the crucial role of data in advancing innovation, governance, and self-determination among Indigenous Peoples. The CARE Principles complement and extend the more data-centric approach of the FAIR Principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable). This webinar will focus on the CARE Principles and identify practical tools for implementing the CARE Principles alongside the FAIR Principles in the context of the open science and open data environments.

This is part of the Research Data Management Webinar Series.

Presenter: Stephanie Russo Carroll (Ahtna-Native Village of Kluti Kaah) is Assistant Research Professor, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy (UC); Associate Director and Manager – Tribal Health Program, the Native Nations Institute (NNI) in the UC; Assistant Professor in the Public Health Policy and Management Program at the Community, Environment and Policy Department, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (MEZCOPH); Assistant Professor, American Indian Studies Graduate Interdisciplinary Program; and Co-Director, Center for Indigenous Environmental Health Research, MEZCOHP at the University of Arizona (UA).

Stephanie’s research explores the links between Indigenous governance, data, the environment, and community wellness. Her interdisciplinary lab group, the Collaboratory for Indigenous Data Governance Research, develops research, policy, and practice innovations for Indigenous data sovereignty. Indigenous data sovereignty draws on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples that reaffirms the rights of Indigenous nations to control data about their peoples, lands, and resources. The lab’s research, teaching, and engagement seek to transform institutional governance and ethics for Indigenous control of Indigenous data, particularly within open science, open data, and big data contexts. The lab primarily collaborates with Indigenous Peoples and nations in the US Southwest and the Arctic, as well an international network of Indigenous data sovereignty and governance experts. Lab members also often partner with communities to which they belong, including Indigenous communities. (https://nni.arizona.edu/people/staff/stephanie-carroll-rainie(link is external))

When: September 24th, 2020 | 11 PT/12 MT/1 CT/2 ET

Register: https://nnlm.gov/rdm-webinar-sept2020

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Weekly Digest: September 22, 2020

PNR Dragonfly - Tue, 2020-09-22 13:26

Weekly Digest – September 22nd, 2020

Items regarding COVID-19 information are indicated with an *

In the Dragonfly:

DataFlash: Library Carpentry Workshops with NNLM (Informational Session)

The NNLM Training Office is pleased to announce a new opportunity for information professionals to build data skills through online Library Carpentry workshops, at no cost to participants. Library Carpentry<https://librarycarpentry.org/about/> focuses on building software and data skills within library and information-related communities. Their goal is to empower people in these roles to use software and…read more about Library Carpentry Workshops on the blog

October is Medical Librarians Month AND Health Literacy Month!

Please join the NNLM in celebrating Medical Librarians Month and Health Literacy Month!  Learn about a contest and prizes we have for YOU to celebrate!

Announcing *new* NNLM PNR Funding Opportunity for COVID Health Information Outreach
During the COVID-19 pandemic, communities have a greater need than ever for access to high-quality electronic information resources, and the NNLM PNR wants to help. Learn about a *new* NNLM PNR COVID-19 Health Information Outreach Award.

Professional Development:

NNLM CE Opportunities:

NNLM offers training on a variety of topics related to health information. A complete listing of NNLM educational opportunities is available. Please note you need to create an NNLM account prior to registration if you don’t already have one. This is not the same as being a member of NNLM.  Learn how to register for classes and create a free account

Operationalizing the CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance in Research Data Management: Learn more about how CARE principles apply to FAIR data sharing principles as you learn more about responsible data sharing with the co-founder of the Global Indigenous Data Alliance (GIDA), Dr. Stephanie Russo-Carroll.  Join this innovative webinar session on September 24th at 11:00 a.m. PT. (1 MLA CE) Register

#CiteNLM Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Training: This October, join the Network of the National Library of Medicine for the Fall 2020 #CiteNLM Edit-a-thon as we add citations to Wikipedia articles on maternal & child health using trusted National Library of Medicine resources LactMed, MedlinePlus, PubMed, and more. To prepare, join this hands-on training session. September 25 at 11:00 a.m. PT. (1 MLA CE) Register

Citizen Science and Libraries – Advance Alzheimer’s Research Online Presentation and Q&A:  Citizen Science and Libraries is a 4-part webinar series that feature citizen science knowledge experts who will speak about their respective citizen science projects.  Join Dr. Pietro Michelucci discuss and explain the very popular citizen science project “Stall Catchers” on September 30th at 11:00 a.m. PT. (1 MLA CE)  Register

The Charts are Off: Approaches to Ethical Decision-Making in Data Visualization:  Learn how to make your data visualizations more ethical and transparent.  Join NYU’s Fred LaPolla and Nicole Contaxis on October 22nd at 11:00 a.m. PT.  (1 MLA CE) Register

How PubMed® Works: How PubMed Works is a series of four 90-minute classes presented via WebEx. The individual classes are:

October 1, How PubMed Works: Introduction
October 8, How PubMed Works: Selection
October 15, How PubMed Works: MeSH (Medical Subject Headings)
October 22, How PubMed Works: ATM (Automatic Term Mapping)

Register for each class separately. Each class is eligible for 1.5 MLA CE credits.

Additional Educational Opportunities:

These learning opportunities are provided by organizations beyond NNLM. All are free unless otherwise indicated.

Systematic Searching: Improving Effectiveness and Efficiency: Are you struggling with ever-more complicated systematic review searches? Do you have a basic knowledge of Boolean operators, thesaurus terms, and syntax and want to raise your search game? This webinar will give you guidance on creating high-quality searches in a faster way. Bramer and associates have taught his method at several filled-to-capacity annual meeting courses. NNLM PNR will provide access for our network members to this Medical Library Association webinar with limited number of CE availability. Please contact us at nnlmpnr@uw.edu for access. September 24 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. PT. Learn more about the webinar at the MLA website

Focus on Aging: Federal Partners’ Webinar Series: This webinar series will address important topics for public health and health care professionals, aging services organizations, the research community, and other stakeholders in aging. The series is a joint project of four of the federal agencies that support the health and wellness of older adults in the U.S. In addition to general topics of interest for older adults and those who work with them, each webinar will include information specific to individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, as well as their caregivers. First session is on Social Isolation and Loneliness, Sept. 28 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. PT. Learn more about the series

One Step at a Time: How Libraries Can Promote Healthy, Thriving, and Livable Communities: This WebJunction webinar will highlight the multiple benefits of walking and walkable communities and how libraries can help lead community efforts. October 22 at 12:00 p.m. PT. Register

News from the National Library of Medicine & National Institutes of Health:

Women in Tech at NIH: Togetherness Enables Transformation

MedlinePlus to Become the NLM Home for Information in Multiple Languages

*NIH funds community engagement research efforts in areas hardest hit by COVID-19

*NIH awards contracts to develop innovative digital health technologies for COVID-19

Vaping, marijuana use in 2019 rose in college-age adults

NIH public-private partnership to advance early interventions for schizophrenia

*Dr. Collins joins ABC News’ Vaccine Watch to provide an update on COVID-19 vaccine developments

New CDC data finds adult obesity is increasing

*Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Daily Roundup for September 21, 2020

*Healthcare Workers: N95 and Other Respirators

*COVID-19 Contact Tracing Communications Toolkit for Health Departments

*Colleges, Universities, and Higher Learning: Plan, Prepare, and Respond

*Monitoring and Evaluation Checklist for K-12 Schools

*Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): Schools and Childcare Programs: Plan, Prepare, and Respond

FYI:

*Contact Tracing
The CDC has created a Contact Tracing webpage that includes guidance, resources for health departments, a COVIDTracer Tool, training, FAQs and a communications toolkit. The CDC has also released a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report that provides data on COVID-19 among American Indian and Alaska Native Persons – 23 States, January 31-July 3, 2020

*Food Safety and the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has compiled a list of resources on Food Safety and COVID-19 that includes information for consumers, retail food establishments, the food service industry, food facilities and farms. Resources are available in English and Spanish.

 

 

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October is Medical Librarians Month AND Health Literacy Month!

PNR Dragonfly - Tue, 2020-09-22 13:16

Please join the NNLM in celebrating Medical Librarians Month and Health Literacy Month! To celebrate, we have a contest for YOU.

Who Can Participate?

All NNLM PNR members – if you’re not a member and wish to join, you can do so here.

What Do I Have to Do?

For the month of October, we want you to share with us health memes, created by YOU! Here’s how you can create one:

  1. Select one of the images below or use a free stock image from Pixabay, Unsplash, or other source.
    1. No copyrighted images will be accepted.
    2. Twitter images should be a width/height: minimum 600 x 335 pixels to maximum 1200 x 675. The aspect ratio should be 16:9 with a maximum image size of 15mb for Twitter.
    3. Facebook images should be at a maximum 1200 x 630 pixels.
  2. Create your health meme. You can use a free service such as imgflip to create your meme.

Names of players will be entered into a lottery for a prize listed below.  Each individual can submit THREE different health themed memes to get three chances at winning! Start NOW and submit through October 31st!

Looking for Inspiration?

Feel free to use one of these images (full sizes available via the links) to create a health meme if you are unable to find a free image:

mona lisa wearing a mask owl looking shocked and angry skeleton holding fingers to chin pensively

How Should I Share My Meme?

  • Start sharing now until October 31st via your Twitter of Facebook accounts.
  • Make sure that your post is “viewable for the public” so that we can see your submission.
  • Be sure to tag @NNLMPNR on Facebook or Twitter and include #NNLMmeme in your post.
  • We’ll reshare your post so that others can see your creativity!
  • Tag your library or organization too in your social media post!

Don’t want to use your own social media account? E-mail your Health Meme to Maddie Romansic directly who will share it on our Social Media account and credit you with your submission.

What Do I Get?

If you are in the NNLM Pacific Northwest Region (AK, ID, MT, OR, and WA), you can select one of the following continuing education and professional development opportunities:

  • Take The Inclusive Manager’s Toolkit, a 10-week online course for anyone in a formal or informal leadership or managerial role who wants to have inclusive and practical tools for maximizing workforce performance.
  • Select a conference registration or continuing education opportunity (virtual or in-person) of your choice, up to $1,750 for one person.

If you select a continuing education option, registration must be completed by March 31, 2021.

When Will Winners Be Announced?

We will have a drawing in the first week of November. Winners will be notified by e-mail and we’ll share the name of our award winners on social media!

Thank you for all you do to promote health literacy in the PNR region – Keep up the great work!

 

 

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Announcing *new* NNLM PNR Funding Opportunity for COVID-19 Health Information Outreach

PNR Dragonfly - Tue, 2020-09-22 11:57

 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, communities have a greater need than ever for access to high-quality electronic information resources, and the NNLM PNR wants to help.

The NNLM PNR is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a *new* COVID-19 Health Information Outreach Award.

Network members in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington are eligible to receive up to $15,000 to pilot and/or develop programs that address community health needs resulting from the COVID-19 global pandemic. This also includes tools and training to manage information overload or combat misinformation.

At least five (5) COVID-19 Health Information Outreach Awards are available, and applications are due October 30, 2020.

If you plan to submit a proposal, please email a brief statement of intent no later than Friday, October 16. Please submit your statement of intent to apply to nnlm@uw.edu.

Visit the link below for more complete information on the award and how you can apply today!

COVID-19 Health Information Outreach Award

Programming ideas you might propose could include (but are not limited to) virtual or in-person* programming such as:

  • health fairs
  • exhibits
  • classes
  • story times
  • development of toolkits
  • train-the-trainer sessions or bootcamps
  • guest speakers for webinars or online lectures

*Dependent on your state, county, and institution’s policies on gatherings and travel, it may be prudent to have contingency plans with alternative virtual programming.

You can also propose to expand e-services and distance programming through enhanced technology, such as (but not limited to):

  • equipping librarians or community health workers with mobile technologies to aid in providing remote instruction
  • installing high speed or broadband access to the Internet in areas where Internet is not presently available
  • Upgrading a slow dial-up Internet connection to a higher speed connection such as cable or broadband
  • Piloting a new distance learning software program or system

Preference will be given to proposals supporting NIH-designated U.S. health disparity populations as defined under the Evaluation Criteria section in the RFP.

We look forward to your ideas and hope to see proposals from all 5 states of the NNLM PNR, which includes AK, ID, MT, OR, and WA!

If you have a question, please drop us a line (nnlm@uw.edu). We welcome all questions and input.

Like NNLM PNR on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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Information from Genetics Home Reference Is Now in MedlinePlus

SEA News - Tue, 2020-09-22 10:26

Genetics Home Reference, NLM’s resource on genetic health conditions, is now part of MedlinePlus, and its current standalone website will be sunset in October 2020. The announcement of this transition was posted on MedlinePlus on September 1.

Like Genetics Home Reference, MedlinePlus’s Genetics page contains information on over 1,300 health conditions with genetic causes or risk factors, 1,475 genes related to health, mitochondrial DNA, and all 46 human chromosomes. It also includes a primer on basic concepts in genetics and information on related topics like precision medicine.

To find this information at its new location, follow this direct link to MedlinePlus’s Genetics page, or go to MedlinePlus.gov and click on the new Genetics link at the top of the webpage. If you’ve used Genetics Home Reference before, the layout of the information will be familiar. More information about this transition can be found in the announcement on MedlinePlus.

The new Genetics webpage within MedlinePlus.gov

The new Genetics webpage within MedlinePlus.gov

MedlinePlus.gov homepage, with the Genetics link circled in red

MedlinePlus.gov homepage, with the Genetics link circled in red

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Graphic Medicine and Emergency Preparedness

NER News - Mon, 2020-09-21 13:54

 Zombie Pandemic, Coping After a Disaster, A Fire Story, Ready Freddie, Survivor Tales.

September is National Preparedness Month! How can graphic medicine help with emergency preparedness, response and recovery?

Graphic Medicine is comic books and graphic novels that cover topics of health and wellness.  The visual format makes the information easier to understand and digest.  By reading a personal, non-fiction story, we can learn about issues we may not have experienced ourselves.  These stories can also help us feel less alone in our own lives.

So how can graphic medicine help with emergency preparedness, response and recovery? Here are graphic medicine resources for getting started with graphic medicine and emergency preparedness, response and recovery.

Mental Rehearsal-Comics about emergency preparedness, response and recovery can help people mentally practice what they would do in an emergency which can help overcome the initial feelings of being overwhelmed that can have people freezing.

Dealing with trauma-Seeing other people’s responses to emergency and disaster related trauma can help people feel less alone and build empathy.

Comics can help people understand social and political issues that affect personal and community emergency preparedness, response and recovery.

Learn more about emergency preparedness, response and recovery with resources from Ready.gov.

To learn more about Graphic Medicine visit the NLM’s website for the traveling exhibit Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived, Well-Drawn.  Or request information about the Graphic Medicine Book Club Kits (due to COVID, kits are not currently ciruclating), including the Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery kit that uses Drowned City by Don Brown.

The post Graphic Medicine and Emergency Preparedness first appeared on NER Update.

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Community Mapping and Health

MAR News - Mon, 2020-09-21 12:23
Tess Wilson

Tess Wilson

Health literacy and digital literacy go hand in hand. At the Network of the National Library of Medicine, Middle Atlantic Region (NNLM MAR), much of the outreach we do is centered around this intersection. In order to navigate health information in an increasingly connected world, it is necessary to address the awareness and accessibility of digital health information resources. Similarly, data literacy can be an invaluable skill when it comes to exploring and using consumer health resources. Many of the datasets housed by local data repositories – like Pittsburgh’s own Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center (WPRDC) – are intimately connected to health. When consumers have access to data relating to air and water quality, food accessibility, age dispersion, and other social determinants of health, they have the opportunity to make more informed decisions and advocate for their community. As part of our Boost Box series, NNLM MAR hosted a class called Consumer Health Data Literacy in June of this year that explored introductory data literacy concepts, examples of reliable health data resources, and resources for facilitating a data literacy program. Both digital literacy and data literacy are integral to NNLM’s core mission of equipping consumers with the tools they need to make informed health decisions for themselves and those in their care.

Community asset mapping – specifically with a focus on health resources – is a practice at the intersection of data literacy, digital literacy, public health, and health information resources. Through this approach, community-based organizations, local providers, consumers, and other stakeholders are centered in the information gathering process. Assets, individuals, places, and other resources are gathered and mapped in a community, as a joint effort to build a reliable and relevant database. This approach to civic resources has been implemented in countless communities, both informally and formally. The latter has been made more widely accessible and easily disseminated through the use of digital platforms and large virtual efforts. As the Community Health Maps project (originally a joint effort between NLM and Bird’s Eye View, now solely coordinated by Bird’s Eye View) states: “While access to quality health information is frequently a focus of attention in efforts to reduce health disparities in underserved communities, the ability to visualize spatial data and information has received less attention. This is in part due to the historic scarcity of affordable and intuitive data collection and mapping applications.” With platforms like Bird’s Eye View, PolicyMap, and others, the concept of digital community asset mapping is a feasible approach for many communities.

Together with the Southeastern/Atlantic Region (NNLM SEA), NNLM MAR hosted another Boost Box in August, this time focused on community mapping efforts. “We Mapped This City: Centering Health Resources and Engagement Around Community Assets” featured guest speaker Diana Lu, coordinator for the Germantown Info Hub, a community-centered journalism project that shares information for and by residents of the Germantown neighborhood in Philadelphia. This workshop provided an overview of the history of urban planning, examples of community mapping efforts, and strategies for conducting health resource mapping. Some of the resources from that class are provided below.

NNLM MAR is excited to explore the ways we can support community health mapping, whether through offering more classes, collaborating on specialized trainings, or acting as the conduit between community-based organizations and the resources they need!

Online Resources:

  • Community Health Maps began as a collaborative project between NLM and Bird’s Eye View, but is now exclusively coordinated by Bird’s Eye View. This project aims to “facilitate the use of GIS mapping by those who understand the potential of mapping for public health but think they can’t afford it, or are overwhelmed by the technology.”
  • Bird’s Eye View is an organization based in New Mexico, providing the tools and training needed to turn data into visual aids for advocacy, collaboration, research, and more.
  • The Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center supports “research, analysis, decision making, and community engagement” through the storage, publication, and maintenance of datasets. They also provide trainings and are currently working with the Allegheny County Library Association on a data literacy project funded by NNLM and All of Us Research Program.
  • The North American Cartographic Information Society is a group of individuals interested in maps and mapping. Through annual meetings and collaborative projects, they support map-making and the use of these resources for research, advocacy, and just plain fun.
  • PolicyMap is a platform for building, sharing, and interacting with maps based on a variety of factors, including social determinants of health. There is a page dedicated to the ways PolicyMap can support community health.

Recommended Reading:

Written by Tess Wilson, Community Engagement Coordinator, for the Fall 2020 edition of The MAReport quarterly newsletter.

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DataFlash: Library Carpentry Workshops with NNLM (Informational Session)

PNR Dragonfly - Fri, 2020-09-18 16:18

The NNLM Training Office is pleased to announce a new opportunity for information professionals to build data skills through online Library Carpentry workshops, at no cost to participants.

Library Carpentry<https://librarycarpentry.org/about/> focuses on building software and data skills within library and information-related communities. Their goal is to empower people in these roles to use software and data in their own work and to become advocates for and train others in efficient, effective and reproducible data and software practices.

The target audience is learners who have little to no prior computational experience. The instructors put a priority on creating a friendly environment to empower participants and enable data-driven discovery. Those with some experience will also benefit, as the goal is to teach not only how to do analyses, but how to manage the process to make it as automated and reproducible as possible. To see some great examples of how you might use and apply these new skills, check out LibraryCarpentry.org. <https://librarycarpentry.org/audience/>

In addition to participating in Library Carpentry workshops, NNLM members will also have the opportunity to receive training to become instructors<https://librarycarpentry.org/get_involved/#Host> for Library Carpentry.

To learn more about these opportunities, we invite you to attend an informational session hosted by members of the Library Carpentry community, and The Carpentries Executive Director, Dr. Kari L. Jordan.

Join NTO Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 11AM Pacific / 12PM Mountain/ 1PM Central/ 2 PM Eastern.

Register here<https://nnlm.gov/class/library-carpentry-workshop-information-session/27637> for the session. Session recording will be distributed to all registrants.

Information on applications and workshop dates will be available soon.

Contact nto@utah.edu for more information.

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Announcing Library Carpentry Workshops with NNLM

NTO News - Fri, 2020-09-18 15:03

The NNLM Training Office is pleased to announce a new opportunity for information professionals to build data skills through online Library Carpentry workshops, at no cost to participants.

Library Carpentry focuses on building software and data skills within library and information-related communities. Their goal is to empower people in these roles to use software and data in their own work and to become advocates for and train others in efficient, effective and reproducible data and software practices.

The target audience is learners who have little to no prior computational experience. The instructors put a priority on creating a friendly environment to empower participants and enable data-driven discovery. Those with some experience will also benefit, as the goal is to teach not only how to do analyses, but how to manage the process to make it as automated and reproducible as possible. To see some great examples of how you might use and apply these new skills, check out LibraryCarpentry.org. 

In addition to participating in Library Carpentry workshops, NNLM members will also have the opportunity to receive training to become instructors for Library Carpentry.

To learn more about these opportunities, we invite you to attend an informational session hosted by members of the Library Carpentry community, and The Carpentries Executive Director, Dr. Kari L. Jordan. Join us Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 11AM Pacific / 2 PM Eastern. Register here for the session. Session recording will be distributed to all registrants.

Information on applications and workshop dates will be available soon. Contact nto@utah.edu for more information.

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NNLM SEA Digest News – September 18, 2020

SEA News - Fri, 2020-09-18 10:20

Welcome to the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM), Southeastern/Atlantic (SEA) Region’s Weekly Digest. This digest includes upcoming events, online training opportunities, news, and past events.  

NNLM News

Upcoming Online Training Opportunities*

Moodle LMS Asynchronous Course Opportunities

Webinars September 21 – September 25

Webinars September 29 – October 1

Visit the NNLM Training Schedule for all upcoming webinars, scheduled, and on-demand classes. For past webinars and classes, please visit the NNLM on YouTube**

National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Library of Medicine (NLM), and National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) News

NIH News

NLM News

NCBI Insights

NNLM SEA Communications

* Notes on NNLM Training Opportunities

  • All sessions listed are sponsored by a specific regional or national office, but open to all.
  • Webinars are scheduled for 1 hour unless otherwise noted.
  • The NNLM class registration system requires a free NNLM account prior to registration.
  • Visit the NNLM Training Opportunities to register and view a full calendar of training opportunities.
  • Please visit the NNLM Acronym Guide to understand the acronyms.
  • Refer to this guide to claim MLA CE credit.
  • Not all Training Opportunities listed provide MLA CE credit. Please refer to the class page to see if a specific session offers credit.

** Please note that NNLM recordings on YouTube may not have MLA CE Credit available. Please contact the regional office that sponsored the webinar for details.

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Weekly Postings

MAR News - Fri, 2020-09-18 08:00

See something of interest? Please share our postings with colleagues in your institutions!

Spotlight

COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation.
Get the latest public health information from CDC: https://www.coronavirus.gov
Get the latest research information from NIH: https://www.nih.gov/coronavirus

Read the MAReport: In her article, “October is Health Literacy Month!“, Kelsey Cowles explores ways to actively engage in promoting health literacy in your library and community, or on a broader scale.

Network of the National Library of Medicine News

NNLM MAR Professional Development Funding – MARquee News Highlights

October is Medical Librarians Month AND Health Literacy Month! – SEA Currents

Hurricane Sally Update – September 17, 2020 – SEA Currents

Wildfires in the Northwest – The Dragonfly, News from the Northwest and Beyond, by PNR

Dr. Choo’s McGovern Lecture: Article Links – NER Update

NLM/NIH News NLM Catalog Survey: As announced earlier this year in the NLM Technical Bulletin “New Library Services Platform to Support Library Operations” NLM is migrating from Voyager to Alma, and from LocatorPlus to PrimoVE. This migration aligns with the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Strategic Plan 2017-2027 to modernize infrastructure, consolidate systems, and streamline workflows. NLM is also investigating the use of the NLM Catalog, which shares many features with LocatorPlus. If you are a regular user of the NLM Catalog and are familiar with many of its features, we invite you to participate in a short survey to help NLM determine the important features that are used frequently in the NLM Catalog. This survey should only take about 5 minutes to complete. The survey will close after 200 responses have been received.

Women in Tech at NIH: Togetherness Enables TransformationNLM Musings from the Mezzanine, Innovations in Health Information from the Director of the U.S. National Library of Medicine

Commencement During CoronavirusCirculating Now, from the Historical Collections of the National Library of Medicine

Months After Recovery, COVID-19 Survivors Often Have Persistent Lung TroubleNIH Director’s Blog

Subscribe to the NLM Technical Bulletin for the latest updates on NLM tools you may be using! The current issue announced the RxNorm September monthly release.

NLM and NNLM Educational Opportunities

NNLM and NLM classes are free and open to all. Please feel free to share our training opportunities!

September 2020

National Library of Medicine Resources for Citizen Scientists – September 21, 1:00-2:00 PM ET

NNLM Reading Club Presents…We Live for the We with Dani McClain – September 22, 3:00-4:00 PM ET

Mental Health Awareness During COVID-19 – September 23, 2:00-3:00 PM ET

Operationalizing the CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance in Research Data Management (NNLM Research Data Management Webinar Series) – September 24, 2:00-3:00 PM ET

#CiteNLM Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Training – September 25, 2:00-3:00 PM ET

Correction of Health Misinformation on Social Media – September 28, 1:00-2:00 PM ET

Virtual Programs for Public Libraries – September 29, 2:00-3:00 PM ET

Citizen Science & Libraries: Advance Alzheimer’s Research Online Presentation and Q&A – September 30, 2:00-3:30 PM ET

NNLM Resource Picks: PubMed Central – September 30, 3:00-4:00 PM ET

October 2020

How PubMed® Works: Introduction – October 1, 1:00-2:30 PM ET

Wikipedia + Libraries: NNLM – October 5-November 2

Effective Health Communication and Health Literacy: Understanding the Connection – October 6, 2:00-3:00 PM ET

Connections: Virtual Anti-loneliness Programs in the time of COVID-19 – October 7, 3:00-4:00 PM ET

HESPA II 2020 Curricular Mapping for Advancing Health Education Specialist Professionals Webinar – October 8, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

How PubMed Works: Selection – October 8, 1:00-2:30 PM ET

NLM Drug Information Resources – October 13, 1:00-2:00 PM ET

25 Years of Occupational Safety and Health in Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing: The Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education – October 14, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET

Evaluating Health and Medical Information on Wikipedia – October 14, 2:00-3:00 PM ET

Health Statistics on the Web – October 15, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

How PubMed® Works: MeSH – October 15, 1:00-2:30 PM ET

New Drugs, Old Problems: The Sulfonamide Revolution and Children’s Health Care Delivery in the United States, 1933-1949 – October 15, 2:00-3:00 PM ET

ABCs of DNA: Unraveling the Mystery of Genetics Information for Consumers – October 19-November 15

Environmental Justice & Community-Engaged Research in Communities of Color – October 20, 3:00-4:00 PM ET

On-Demand Learning

Looking for self-paced learning opportunities? Check out the classes below that are available to begin at any time! You can also watch recordings from past NNLM classes on a broad range of topics.

*Please note that the class registration system requires obtaining an NNLM account prior to registration. Learn how to register for classes from the NTO.

Other Items of Interest

Job Postings:

From Libraries to Homeless Shelters, Two Friends Teach Youth and Adults How Growing Food Can Be a Path to Health and Resilience – Grid Magazine

ALA Report on Tribal Libraries and Broadband

2020 National Tribal Broadband Summit – September 21-September 25, 12:00-5:00 PM ET – Sponsored by the U.S. Department of the Interior

FLS Focus on Friends Webinar Series: Engaging Millennials as Friends Volunteers – September 23, 2:00-3:00 PM ET – Sponsored by NYLA; $25 for members / $35 for non-members

The Impact of Covid-19 on the Disability Community – September 24, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM ET – Sponsored by ACHIEVA Family Trust

The Importance of Integrating Recovery Support Services: The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Model – Thursday, September 24, 1:30 PM ET – Sponsored by SAMHSA

Systematic Searching: Improving Effectiveness and Efficiency – September 24, 2:00-3:30 PM ET – Sponsored by MLA; $65 for members / $85 for non-members

Mental Health Advanced Directives – October 9, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM ET – Sponsored by ACHIEVA Family Trust

Librarians Are Teachers: Applying Theory to Help Adults Learn – October 13, 2:00-3:30 PM ET – Sponsored by MLA; $65 for members / $85 for non-members

One Step at a Time: How Libraries Can Promote Healthy, Thriving, and Livable Communities – October 22, 3:00-4:00 PM ET – Sponsored by WebJunction

Advanced Searching Instructor-Led Courses Series – Sponsored by MLA; Three courses: $750 Members / $1300 Non-members. The single course registration fee is: $300 Members / $525 Non-members

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Upcoming Webinar: #CiteNLM Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Training

SEA News - Thu, 2020-09-17 14:16

Date: Friday, September 25th

Time: 2 PM ET/ 1 PM CT

Description: This October, join the Network of the National Library of Medicine for the Fall 2020 #CiteNLM Edit-a-thon as we add citations to Wikipedia articles on maternal & child health using trusted National Library of Medicine resources LactMed, MedlinePlus, PubMed, and more.

In this hands-on training, attendees will gain an overview of:

– The importance of Wikipedia as a health information resource
– The ongoing #CiteNLM Wikipedia project
– How to participate in the #CiteNLM Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
– Hosting a virtual edit-a-thon for your community
– Adding citations from trusted National Library of Medicine resources

For more information about #CiteNLM and to join the Fall 2020 campaign, visit our project page at https://nnlm.gov/wiki.

Registration: Registration is free and can be accessed through the NNLM class instance.

For additional information, please contact Liz Waltman.

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GMR Funding Opportunity – Data Internship Award

GMR News - Thu, 2020-09-17 14:01

 

The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) is committed to supporting access to biomedical and health information with the goal of making data discoverable, accessible, and citable. NNLM is committed to supporting NLM’s vision to increase access to biomedical and health information with the goal of making data findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR). One outcome of this initiative is the NNLM RD3: Resources for Data-Driven Discovery website. This award looks to expand awareness of and build the professional competencies of students in the field of data science and research data management.

The purpose of the Library Data Internship Award is to build capacity in the library and information science community to support data-driven research and health. To do so, the GMR will provide funding to support health sciences libraries within the Greater Midwest Region to offer a student internship focused on data services. This internship should be designed to enable participating students to achieve basic level proficiency from one of the Performance Indicators outlined in the linked article, The Medical Library Association Data Services Competency: a framework for data science and open science skills development(link is external), and listed below:

  1. Applies principles of data literacy
  2. Establishes and advances data services
  3. Supports research data best practices across the data lifecycle
  4. Applies knowledge of research methods, research ethics and rigor, and open science practices
  5. Provides training and consultation for data-related topics

In addition, the internship should clearly identify how the work will support at least one of the Data Science Areas of Activity as outlined on the Opportunities for Building Capacity in the Library and Information Science Community to Support Data-Driven Research and Health webpage.(link is external) Applicants are encouraged to view Where OET & NNLM Can Build Capacity(link is external) to review possible project ideas.

Learn more and apply here!

 

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2020 Library Marketing Professional Development Award Still Available

MCR News - Thu, 2020-09-17 13:40
New Deadline of September 30, 2020

We still have some spots available for the Library Marketing Professional Development Award. Check out the website for more information at https://nnlm.gov/mcr/funding.

The Library Marketing Professional Development Award supports librarians or library staff of MCR member institutions to attend the Library Marketing & Communications Conference which will be held online November 4-6, 2020. In addition to attending the conference, the award recipients will also receive individual coaching and mentoring for the duration of the award period in the area of library engagement.

We will close the funding award on September 30 so please apply soon so that we can quickly review applications.

This funding opportunity is available to all MCR member institutions located in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Utah, and Wyoming.

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October is Medical Librarians Month AND Health Literacy Month!

SEA News - Thu, 2020-09-17 10:01

Please join the NNLM in celebrating Medical Librarians Month and Health Literacy Month. To celebrate, we’re hosting a Meme Contest!

Who Can Participate?

All NNLM SEA members – if you’re not a member and wish to join, you can do so here.

What Do I Have to Do?

For the month of October, we want you to share health memes, created by YOU! Here’s how you can create one:

  1. Select one of the images below or use a free stock image from Pixabay, Unsplash, or other source.
    1. No copyrighted images will be accepted.
    2. Twitter images should be a width/height: minimum 600 x 335 pixels to maximum 1200 x 675 pixels. The aspect ratio should be 16:9 with a maximum image size of 15mb for Twitter.
    3. Facebook images should be at a maximum 1200 x 630 pixels.
  2. Create your health meme. You can use a free service such as imgflip to create your meme.
    1. Please make sure your memes are appropriate and respectful.
    2. Any determined to be inappropriate will be removed.

Names of players will be entered into a lottery for a prize listed below. Each individual can submit THREE different health themed memes to get three chances at winning! Start NOW and submit through October 31st!

Looking for Inspiration?

Feel free to use one of these images to create a health meme if you are unable to find a free image:

Mona Lisa wearing a face maskWide eyed owlSkeleton

How Should I Share My Meme?

  • Start sharing now until October 31st via your Twitter of Facebook accounts.
  • Make sure that your post is “viewable for the public” so that we can see your submission.
  • Be sure to tag @NNLMSEA on Facebook or Twitter and include #NNLMmeme in your post.
  • We’ll reshare your post so that others can see your creativity!
  • Tag your library or organization too in your social media post!

Don’t want to use your own social media account? E-mail your Health Meme to Liz Waltman directly who will share it on our Social Media account and credit you with your submission.

 What Do I Get?

If you’re in the SEA region, you will be entered into a drawing and can select one of the following continuing education opportunities:

  • Take The Inclusive Manager’s Toolkit, a 10-week online course for anyone in a formal or informal leadership or managerial role who wants to have inclusive and practical tools for maximizing workforce performance.
  • Have the administrative fees covered to host Library Carpentry Workshops, a program designed to build software and data skills within library and information-related communities to empower people to use software and data in their own work.
  • You can receive free conference registration or continuing education opportunity (virtual or in-person) of your choice up to $1,500 for one person.

Whatever you select, registration must be completed by March 31, 2021.

When Will Winners Be Announced?

We will draw a winner the first week of November. Winners will be notified by e-mail and we’ll share the name of our award winner on social media!

Thank you for all you do to promote health literacy in the SEA region – Keep up the great work!

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NNLM MAR Professional Development Funding

MAR News - Tue, 2020-09-15 13:20

Members of the Network of the National Library of Medicine, Middle Atlantic Region (NNLM MAR), are encouraged to apply for professional development funding to take these courses!

MLA Instructor-Led Blended Courses in Expert Searching

Expert Searchers know they are never done developing and extending their expertise. MLA has brought together four popular search experts to offer three courses that will enable you to take your searching skills to new heights!

Advanced Search Techniques and Resources for Systematic Reviews and Other Evidence Syntheses
Julie Glanville & Carol Lefebvre
Live session dates: 10/7 & 10/20

Advanced Search Strategy Design for Complex Topics: Strategy Development Including Text Mining
Julie Glanville & Carol Lefebvre
Live session dates: 11/3 & 11/17

Effectiveness and Efficiency in Exhaustive Searches
Wichor Bramer & Melissa Rethlefsen
Live session dates: 1/14 & 1/28

The courses are expanded versions of face-to-face courses planned for MLA20. . . at lower cost and greater length than the originals.

  • The courses offer a small class experience
  • Seats are limited (20 students maximum)
  • Two live sessions plus readings, assignments, and discussions outside of the sessions
  • All live session times are 11:00 AM-1:30 PM ET
  • Each course is 8 MLA CE credits
  • Audience: These courses are for advanced searchers. Participants should have basic knowledge of databases (Boolean operators, thesaurus (MeSH) terms and syntax, and experience searching databases such as MEDLINE / PubMed.

Each course stands alone. Together, they constitute a powerful course of study in advanced searching.

To make it easy for you to take all three courses, we offer the Advanced Searching Instructor-Led Courses Series: Three courses: $750 Members, $1300 Non-members. The single course registration fee is: $300 Members, $525 Non-members

The three course option ends on 10/7, when the first course begins.

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PNR Weekly Digest: September 15, 2020

PNR Dragonfly - Tue, 2020-09-15 11:56

Items regarding COVID-19 information are indicated with an *

In the Dragonfly:

Wildfires in the Northwest
The states of Oregon and Washington are plagued by major wildfires and smoke this summer.  Learn about resources on response and recovery, smoke inhalation, fire and smoke hotspots, coping, and more-– from the National Library of Medicine Disaster Information Resources Center and other agencies and organizations.

Professional Development:

NNLM CE Opportunities:
NNLM offers training on a variety of topics related to health information. A complete listing of NNLM educational opportunities is available. Please note you need to create an NNLM account prior to registration if you don’t already have one. This is not the same as being a member of NNLM.  Learn how to register for classes and create a free account

Effective Health Communication and Health Literacy: Understanding the Connection: This introductory class to health literacy and health communication will help you understand and raise your awareness of the complexity of these concepts. We will define health literacy today, identify various types of literacy, explore how communication and health literacy affects how a person manages and makes health care decisions. October 6 at 11:00 a.m. PT. (1 MLA CE) Register

HESPA II 2020 Curricular Mapping for Advancing Health Education Specialist Professionals Webinar: The New HESPA II 2020 Curricular Mapping for Advancing Health Education Specialist (HESPA) Professionals Webinar, is a one hour webinar for any public health professional who would like to learn how to map Health Education curriculum to the new HESPA II 2020 competencies. October 8 at 9:00 a.m. PT. (1 MLA CE) Register

NLM Drug Information Resources: The National Library of Medicine provides a variety of resources to locate the most up-to-date information on drugs. This one-hour webinar designed for health sciences librarians and other health information specialists will provide an overview of locating relevant consumer and clinical drug information, as well as normalized names for clinical drugs. The session will include interactive audience participation with hands-on exercises, polls, and discussion. October 13 at 10:00 a.m. PT. (1 MLA CE) Register

Metrics Toolkit: A Tool for Navigating the Research Metrics Landscape: The Metrics Toolkit is an open access resource aimed at helping researchers, evaluators, and librarians understand and responsibly use research metrics, including bibliometrics and altmetrics. The Toolkit provides evidence-based information about research metrics across disciplines, including how each metric is calculated, where it can be found, and how it should (and should not) be applied. Join this PNR Rendezvous to hear how it can be used by librarians to facilitate research impact outreach and education efforts, helping authors and institutional evaluators gain knowledge about specific metrics and choose appropriate metrics based on the type of impact being considered and the nature of one’s work. October 21 at 1:00 p.m. PT. (1 MLA CE) Register

Will Duct Tape Cure My Warts? Examining Complementary and Alternative Medicine: The goal of this class is to increase the understanding of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). Students will learn the history of CAM and its impact on medical practices. You will learn how CAM is used, how to avoid “bad science” and how to look up evidence of the effectiveness of CAM therapies. Class runs from Nov. 2 – Dec. 11. (8 MLA CE) Register

Additional Educational Opportunities:
These learning opportunities are provided by organizations beyond NNLM. All are free unless otherwise indicated.

Health Disparities: The Core Paradox: The Cross Cultural Health Care Program webinar will explore how poor health outcomes can occur when the needs of patients diverge from traditional Western medicine. September 16 at 3:00 p.m. PT. Register

Economic Inequality and Health: Join this free NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) lecture by former director of NIEHS on September 21 at 8:00 a.m. PT. Learn more about how to attend

Secrets of the Super Searchers: Turbocharge your Federal Government information reference skills! Join Super Searcher Chris Brown, long-time depository coordinator at the University of Denver, Main Library, as he shows you his search strategies to answer the toughest Federal Government information reference questions. Chris literally wrote the book on Federal Government information reference with his new book, “Mastering United States Government Information: Sources and Services.” September 22 at 11:00 a.m. PT. Register

News from the National Library of Medicine & National Institutes of Health:

“A 21st-Century Approach to Health Services Research: NLM Moves Forward with You in Mind”, from the NLM Director’s blog

NLM seeks comment on strategic opportunities and challenges, through Oct. 19

Darkening Day: Air Pollution Films and Environmental Awareness, 1960–1972

Coming Soon: NLM Classification Redesign

MEDLINE/PubMed Year-End Processing Activities for 2021 MeSH

NLM Welcomes Applications to its Michael E. DeBakey Fellowship in the History of Medicine for 2021, deadline to apply is Sept. 25

*”Genome Data Help to Track COVID-19 Superspreading Event”, from the NIH Director’s blog

*Testimony on Vaccines: Saving Lives, Ensuring Confidence, and Protecting Public Health

*NIH ACTIV initiative launches adaptive clinical trials of blood-clotting treatments for COVID-19

Access to the COVID-19 Data Analytics Platform Now Open

*Tiffany Haddish interviews Dr. Fauci about COVID-19, view on YouTube

September is National Recover Month, visit the NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse for resources

FYI:

Parts of the Cell Animation Resource for the Virtual Classroom
Are you looking for images or animations to update your lesson plans this fall? The “Parts of the Cell” resource is a series of short 3-D videos that journeys into the human cell revealing cell parts such as the nucleus, Golgi body, mitochondria, the endoplasmic reticulum and other organelles. These digital media files are available for educational use by the general public, students, and teachers. “Parts of the Cell” videos and associated images are considered public domain images and may be freely used. Additional credit details can be found on the webpage.

*Rural Healthcare Surge Readiness
The Rural Healthcare Surge Readiness resource aims to provide the most up-to-date and critical resources for rural healthcare systems preparing for and responding to a COVID-19 surge. The resources span a wide range of healthcare settings (EMS, inpatient and hospital care, ambulatory care, and long-term care) and cover a broad array of topics ranging from behavioral health to healthcare operations to telehealth.

*Learning Community: The HHS Telemedicine Hack
To support the wide adoption of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic, the HHS Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response has partnered with the ECHO Institute at the University of New Mexico and the Public Health Foundation’s TRAIN Learning Network to deliver Telemedicine Hack, a free, virtual peer-to-peer learning community to accelerate telemedicine implementation. September 16 and 23, 7:00 a.m. PT, Virtual. Register

*COVID-19 Podcasts
The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) Public Health Review podcast recently aired an episode on Addressing Rural Health Disparities in a Pandemic, and the CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) has developed a new podcast series to update the public on the latest scientific information from CDC’s COVID-19 response: the MMWR Weekly COVID-19 Briefing.

2019 Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System
The CDC has released the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) 2019 Results and Data. The YRBSS monitors several categories of health-related behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and disability among youth and adults, including unintentional injuries, violence, unintended pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV infection, alcohol and other drug use, tobacco use, unhealthy dietary behaviors, inadequate physical activity and asthma.

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Get Ready: Hurricane Sally

SEA News - Tue, 2020-09-15 08:38

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Projected Path of Hurricane Sally

At a Glance
  • Sally is expected to turn more northward later Tuesday into Wednesday.
  • Landfall is most likely to occur sometime on Wednesday from Mississippi to Alabama and the western Florida Panhandle.
  • However, there is uncertainty in this intensity forecast as well as its track, so stay alert for possible changes.

Visit the NNLM SEA Page for additional Federal and State Emergency Management Contact Resources.

Alabama

Florida

Georgia

Mississippi

South Carolina

NLM Disaster Information Management Resource Center (DIMRC)

We encourage you to visit the following pages from the NLM Disaster Information Management Research Center (DIMRC). You can embed the content from both of these pages on your own Website by accessing the Health and Human Services (HHS) Content Syndication Storefront. When we update any of these pages, your pages will be automatically updated as well.

MedlinePlus

Mobile Apps

NNLM SEA Resources

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