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PNR Partners

PNR Partners is an intermittent webinar series showcasing the work of our funding recipients.Each session includes two awardees highlighting their funded projects. Through hearing the inspiration, the challenges and successes, and the stories surrounding these projects, we hope our listeners will be inspired to create their own projects and apply for PNR funding. These funded projects have provided a much needed service in the Pacific Northwest communities. 
Attending the live or viewing the recorded session qualifies for 1 MLA CE.

How Do I Connect to PNR Partners?

It is recommended to review the document in the link below prior to joining WebEx or if you are having trouble joining the webinar:

To join the training session
1. Go to
2. Enter your name and email address.
3. Enter the session password: partners
4. Click "Join Now".
5. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.

To view in other time zones or languages, please click the link

To join the session by phone only
To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the training session, or call the number below and enter the access code.
Call-in toll number (US/Canada):1-650-479-3208
Global call-in numbers:
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Access code: 626 584 494

For assistance
You can contact MADELENA E ROMANSIC at

Class Length: 
1 hour
Continuing Education:

Obtain 1 MLA CE credit by:

  • attending the live webinar session
  • watching the recording up to 1 year from the live session

The Medical Library Association has recently changed its process for obtaining MLA CE credit. Download the instructions Redeem MEDLIB-ED_Code-Instructions.docx

Past Classes

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Robin Jones, dentist and President of Children's International Health Relief, will talk about educating patients about the importance of dental health through use of smart phones and other technolo


Jean Shreffler-Grant, a professor at Montana State University's College of Nursing, presents her project to improve the health literacy of older adults in rural areas about complementary and altern


Melanie Swenson, Director of Health Information Technology at Kalispell Regional Health Care, will present how through the use of laptops, iPads and training they were able to improve access to the


Erin Foster will present about her work in her second year of the NLM Associate Fellowship at Oregon Health & Science University library where she helped to develop an assessment tool to measur



Upcoming Classes

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