Learn how primary health care providers and clinics are changing to become “patient-centered medical homes” and the opportunities this opens up for libraries, public health, early learning and oth
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Nicole Vasilevsky PhD, Research Assistant Professor at Oregon Health & Science University Library will present regarding the development of freely available, online Open Educational Resources (
This webinar will discuss the changing visibility and accessibility of post-publication activity in PubMed.