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Browse recordings of past NNLM webinars from Jan 1, 2020 - current. To see curated playlists by topic, audience, or region, visit the NNLM YouTube channel.

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Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Food Sovereignty in the Chickasaw Nation

Abstract

This presentation will begin with an introduction to traditional ecological knowledge (TEK); what it is and why it is important.  It will share a historical example of how TEK was used during a health crisis in the Navajo Nation with Navajo elders and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) working together to solve a problem in the 1990s. The changing environment for First Americans will be discussed as tribes were removed from their homelands in the 1800s to Oklahoma. TEK is now being used as we add back…
Date: March 9, 2022

Transgender and Gender-Nonbinary Sexual and Reproductive Health

Title: Transgender and Gender-Nonbinary Sexual and Reproductive Health
Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2022, 10am-11am PT/ 11-noon MT/ noon-1 CT/ 1-2pm ET

Description: Healthcare providers often make incorrect assumptions about the reproductive and sexual health needs of their transgender and gender-nonbinary patients. In this webinar, participants will learn the principles of taking a transgender-inclusive sexual health history. We will also review evidence-based counseling…
Date: March 8, 2022

Health Statistics on the Web

Health Statistics on the Web is a 1 hour live webinar presented Wednesday, March 2 at 2pm ET/1pm CT/12pm MT/11am PT.

Learn the difference between data and statistics, key features and use of health statistics, steps to finding health statistics, and sources of health statistics at the local, state and national level. 


Date: March 2, 2022

Commercial Determinants of Health: Tobacco Use

Commercial Determinants of Health: Tobacco Use is a 1 hour live webinar presented Wednesday, March 2 at 1:00 pm ET | 12:00pm CT | 11:00am MT | 10:00am PT.

Tobacco use remains the leading cause of preventable death, attributable to more than 480,000 deaths per year in the United States. Neighborhood availability of tobacco retailers (tobacco retailer density) is associated with tobacco use behaviors, such as smoking initiation and relapse, among both youth and adults. Additionally, several studies have documented a greater availability of tobacco…
Date: March 2, 2022

Tell Us About Your NNLM Project Award

Have you seen our call for funding proposals? Are you interested but hesitant? Do you wonder what's involved? Do you question if your idea qualifies?

Now's your opportunity to learn from the people who have done it. Three of our current award recipients will describe their programs/projects and share their application experience.

Be empowered to apply for your own award after attending this panel speaker session. Questions are encouraged.

Guest Speakers

Michelle Andersen has been library director at…
Date: March 1, 2022

Trauma-Sensitive Programming: Using Mindfulness to Create Safe Space

This one-hour webinar will include topics such as yoga, meditation, self-defense, mindfulness, self-care, non-violent intervention, and mental health first aid training. We will explore different populations that may be living with trauma and how to make programs accessible for everyone.

Spotlight Speaker: Jenn Carson is an internationally recognized expert in physical literacy, an award-winning author, a yoga teacher, and the director of the L.P. Fisher Public Library in Woodstock, New Brunswick. She is a visionary leader who was deemed by Amplify East…
Date: February 23, 2022

Yoga, Social Justice, Redefining Body Image and Personal Power (Session 3)

Yoga, Social Justice, Redefining Body Image and Personal Power:
In this series you'll learn how to deconstruct the values, norms, and perceptions that guide the current western view of yoga, beauty and success. We will explore these poignant topics through in-depth, open forum discussions, practical hands-on asana labs, and interactive yoga practices.

The sessions will be lead by Dianne Bondy, a social justice activist, author, accessible yoga teacher, and the leader of the Yoga For All movement. …
Date: February 23, 2022

NIH Data Management and Sharing Session 2. Practitioner Perspectives: Internal Outreach and Policy

This is webinar number 2 in the series.

The webinar introduces the basics of data management and the new requirements for data management and sharing that will be in place beginning in 2023.

This webinar will provide “practitioner perspectives” – i.e., data librarians sharing their opportunities, barriers, methods, and successes as they work toward improving data management practices at their institutions.

 


Date: February 22, 2022

Do No Harm with Data Viz

In today's increasingly diverse world, it is more important than ever for data communicators to make sure that the way they analyze and present their data upholds the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and avoids perpetuating harm. This session will offer a set of starting points on how to apply an equity lens to the way we visualize data. Participants will learn about considerations surrounding the use of language, color, icons and imagery, ordering, and more in their charts and graphs. Participants should walk away from this session with an…
Date: February 17, 2022

Yoga, Social Justice, Redefining Body Image and Personal Power (Session 2)

Yoga, Social Justice, Redefining Body Image and Personal Power:
In this series you'll learn how to deconstruct the values, norms, and perceptions that guide the current western view of yoga, beauty and success. We will explore these poignant topics through in-depth, open forum discussions, practical hands-on asana labs, and interactive yoga practices.

The sessions will be lead by Dianne Bondy, a social justice activist, author, accessible yoga teacher, and the leader of the Yoga For All movement. …
Date: February 16, 2022

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