The Mission of the NNLM is to advance the progress of medicine and improve public health through access to health information.
The NNLM MidContinental Region serves the biomedical information needs and supports collaboration among over 300 member libraries and information centers in the states of Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Utah, and Wyoming.
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NNLM Online Courses Now Available
Keep your brain entertained! The NNLM offers a wide variety of online courses to keep you up to date and learning right from your living room. Try one today!
Did we mention these are free?
New Name, Same Network!
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine has changed our name. We are now the Network of the National Library of Medicine! Our signage and logos will be updating throughout the coming weeks, but don't worry! Even with a new name we are still the same great network!
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Day: July 26th
Throughout July, celebrate 30 years of progress in access & inclusion. The NNLM has a variety of resource to help your library celebrate this historic day. Follow the link below to access materials found under the month of July.
CHIS Accelerated Learning Plan
Librarians and other information and health professionals know the life-saving and life-enhancing value of accurate health information. By earning your CHIS, you acquire skills and knowledge needed to become a confident, expert provider of health information to your community.
Earn a health specialization certificate in about a month through free, online, self-paced classes from the Network of the National Library of Medicine.