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Substance Use Disorder Webinar Series 3: Innovative Strategies for the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorder Join us for a series of one-hour webinars about topics related to the prevention and treatment of  substance use disorder and mental health.
Suicide Risk Assessment: Tools for Providers and Resources for Patients Primary care providers play an important role in suicide prevention. Research shows that people who commit suicide are more likely to have talked to their primary care provider recently than to any other healthcare provider. Understanding the risks of suicide, engaging the community and referring patients to appropriate sources of information are all important parts of the whole picture.
Teach me to fish: From instructors to teachers as science and health science librarians Workshop will be facilitated by Dianne Brown (Tufts University) and Megan Bresnahan (University of New Hampshire)  Description:
The Food and Drug FDA website: an overview for the health Sciences librarian Webinar: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website: an overview for the health sciences librarian
The Pieces of Systematic Review with Margaret Foster Webinar Series Pieces is a special monthly webinar offered by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine South Central Region in collaboration with Margaret Foster, Associate Professor and Systematic
The Tide is Rising and So are We: Stabilizing Our Communities Through Climate Change and Resilience Programming Libraries, as important communities centers and partners, have an important role to play in education around tough subjects including emergency preparedness, our relationship to climate change and
The Value of Communication Every course, webinar, class, and session is this series is meant for improving communications. These classes may be national, for the New England Region, or geared for certain audiences.
True North: Navigating Your Way to Freely Available Public Health Resources This is a collaborative course that covers concepts related to searching for freely available public health resources, reviewing resources for bias, and thinking outside-the-box for your search str
Trusted Health Resources for Parents and Caregivers More and more people search for health information online.
Understanding the Opioid Crisis: Where do I begin? An estimated 1.9 million people in the U.S. have a prescription opioid use disorder, while another 586,000 have a heroin use disorder. This class will help you to understand what addiction and opioids are and where you can find authoritative information to understand this complex epidemic.
Universal Design for Learning: Accessibility at the Library More and more libraries and educational institutions provide online content whether databases, archival collections, videos, and documents.
Using ALTBIB: What, Why and How This one-hour webinar provides a basic introduction to the NLM Database ALTBIB: Resources for Alternatives to the Use of Live Vertebrates in Biomedical Research and Testing.
Wellness in the Library Workplace You’re a library worker. You’re already helping those in your community find health information. As a library worker, what are you doing to manage your own well-being?
When I Returned: Partnerships between comics and healthcare James Sturm, co-founder of The Center for Cartoon Studies and the Pulitzer Prize winning Seattle newspaper The Stranger will discuss the collaboration between the CCS and the White River Junction V
Will Duct Tape Cure My Warts? Examining Complementary and Alternative Medicine The goal of this class is to increase understanding of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). Students will learn the history of CAM and its impact on medical practices.