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Monday, January 30th, 2017
Would you like to keep up with health information shared on social media feeds without cluttering up your personal accounts? Or perhaps you are unable to access social media at your library, but you’d like to stay looped in with what is going on. Our Social Media Streams are still available to help you view and access feeds from NIH, NLM, or NN/LM, member libraries in the region, and research enterprise social media feeds. These bring in the latest Tweets, Facebook posts, YouTube videos, and blogs on one screen that you can scroll through and use to stay connected.
Please contact Alicia Lillich, MCR Technology Coordinator, if you have any questions. /al
Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
The Disaster Information Management Research Center (DIMRC) of the Division of Specialized Information Services at the National Library of Medicine sponsors monthly webinars. This month, : Emily Wild, Librarian and Physical Scientist at the Denver USGS Library, will share the wealth of earth science information resources available from the library. November 10, 2016 11:30 MT/12:30 CT
Meeting URL: https://nih.webex.com/nih/onstage/g.php?mtid=ee13abdbbe612ee0ecf209b71c91bcf79
Event Password: 1234
For more information on this and past meetings, see http://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/dismeetings.html
Scroll down the page if you wish to view archived recordings of past webinars.
Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
A free workshop on National Library of Medicine (NLM) Disaster Information Resources (WISER, REMM, CHEMM, & TOXNET) will be provided in Kansas City from 1-5pm on Apirl 22, 2016. Lunch is provided.
This is one of a series of workshops on the same topic sponsored by a NLM information dissemination grant. The other three workshops will be held in St. Louis, Columbia, and Springfield, MO. The announcement email will be sent out once the dates are finalized. (bbj)
Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
Attention all Librarians in Oz game players! Now is your chance to “Deliver the Doughnuts” and work on your library promotion skills. Come to Quadling Country and learn how to create the “one-pager” – an essential tool for informing your institutional colleagues about your skills and resources. Will you accept the challenge to get out and introduce others to the skills of the librarian? Can you “Deliver the Doughnuts”?
To accept this challenge, go to http://nnlm.gov/ntc/classes/class_details.html?class_id=835 (bbj)
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016
All citations mentioned by presenters during the forum are now listed in the resources section of the web site. Presenter presentation slides are also available on request. A link to make that request is also on the web site.
The recording is still in process. An announcement will appear in the RML News when it is available.
Over 100 participants in-person and online explored the use of EHR-based data to improve patient safety, quality of care and evidence-based practice on March 7, 2016. /ch
Monday, March 14th, 2016
Join your colleagues in MCMLA and others to discuss, “David and Goliath” by Malcolm Gladwell. While every story might not impact you in the same way, each is bound to challenge your current thinking about issues, education, and more. Join us on this path of discovery. Note: Some chapters are long and we will do our best to hit the high points from each. Moderators will post questions to the group LibGuide prior to the discussion.
Week 1: Introduction, Chapters 1-2 – March 15th at 2:30 pm Central Time, 1:30 pm Mountain Time
Week 2: Chapters 3-5 – March 22nd at 2:30 pm Central Time, 1:30 pm Mountain Time
Week 3: Chapters 6-7 – March 29th at 2:30 pm Central Time, 1:30 pm Mountain Time
Week 4: Chapters 8-9, Wrap-Up – April 5th at 2:30 pm Central Time, 1:30 pm Mountain Time
Sessions will be held in Adobe Connect – https://webmeeting.nih.gov/mcradvocacy (bbj)
Tuesday, March 1st, 2016
On a February 29th, 2016 post, Health IT Buzz shared the following:
“Today, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) issued its annual report to Congress on health IT progress. Developing this report provided us with an opportunity to reflect on our collective health IT journey and the significance of the past year for HHS and our federal and private partners.”
Read the full HealthIT Buzz blog post for more background.
Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
Using Data to Improve Clinical Patient Outcomes forum. Join us on Monday, March 7th at the University of Washington or University of Utah or online as we explore this fascinating and timely topic with leaders in the field. More information is available on the website, and registration is open. Professional Development funds are available for MCR members. https://nnlm.gov/2016-using-data-patient-outcomes (bbj)
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
What is the connection between data, clinical outcomes and the librarian? Come and explore this connection with three of the nation’s leaders on big data and patient outcomes at the Using Data to Improve Clinical Patient Outcomes Forum on March 7, 2016. The Forum will be held in person in Seattle or Salt Lake City as well as in a live broadcast. Registration is required. For more information see the website. Professional development funding is available for MCR members. https://nnlm.gov/2016-using-data-patient-outcomes (bbj)
Monday, February 1st, 2016
During the week of February 1-5, you can take part in the adult coloring craze with the Color Our Collection event.The event invites users to download images from library and cultural institution collections, color them, and share them on social media using the event hashtag: #ColorOurCollections.
Some of the libraries participating include the The New York Academy of Medicine, the Biodiversity Heritage Library, Oregon Health and Science University Historical Collections & Archives, and the University of Missouri Special Collections & Archives. You can also view a Twitter list of all #ColorOurCollections participants.