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Create an Alert in PubMed to be Notified When MeSH Terms Have Been Applied
 
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Create an alert in PubMed to be notified when MeSH terms have been applied.
What do the Dates in MeSH Mean?
 
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What does the year introduced mean in MeSH? What if there are 2 dates or no date?
ROPES Phases of Instruction - Instructional Design
 
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Jessi Van Der Volgen of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Training Center Discusses how to use the ROPES model of Instructional Design when designing a class for adult learners. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Building and Refining Your Search: PubMed® for Librarians #4 (Recorded June 30, 2017)
 
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This session of PubMed for Librarians is focused on using some of the tools and features built into PubMed that are designed to help you search more effectively. Explore the filter Sidebar, topic-specific subsets, History, the advanced search Index feature and building a search using broad subject terms applied to journals in the NLM catalog. Earn 1.5 points of Continuing Education Credit from the Medical Library Association for watching this video! LEARN MORE: https://nnlm.gov/nto/professional-development/credit-recorded-classes Links in this session: Handout - https://nnlm.gov/sites/default/files/nto/files/Handouts/PMLBuildingHandout.pdf Subheading abbreviations: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3827/table/pubmedhelp.T.mesh_subheadings/ Other Videos in this series: Introduction to PubMed: PubMed® for Librarians #1 https://youtu.be/lXDU9-HG6wY MeSH - Medical Subject Headings: PubMed® for Librarians #2 https://youtu.be/BpCq8I30ZYY ATM - Automatic Term Mapping: PubMed® for Librarians #3 https://youtu.be/m2BbBoGF_3M Building and Refining Your Search: PubMed® for Librarians #4 THIS VIDEO Evidence-Based Medicine: PubMed® for Librarians #5 https://youtu.be/i2n6-3sGzc8 Customization Using MyNCBI: PubMed® for Librarians #6 https://youtu.be/mRzdofUr_pE The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Evidence-Based Medicine: PubMed® for Librarians #5 (Recorded July 7, 2017)
 
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Explore PubMed features that facilitate finding evidence from research. The class explores Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) used for indexing study design and how they work in PubMed, and introduces 3 PubMed products that facilitate evidence based searching. Earn 1.5 points of Continuing Education Credit from the Medical Library Association for watching this video! LEARN MORE: https://nnlm.gov/nto/professional-development/credit-recorded-classes Handout: https://nnlm.gov/sites/default/files/nto/files/Handouts/PMLEBMHandout.pdf Evidence based medicine: what it is and what it isn't. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2349778/ MeSH Categories: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/1000048 Adalimumab Jama Article in PubMed: http://pubmed.gov/27602665 Investigative Techniques Branch of MeSH: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/68008919 Video: What do the dates in MeSH mean?: https://youtu.be/CBU7FYJ5Hnk NLM Technical Bulletin https://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/techbull/tb.html PubMed Clinical Queries http://pubmed.gov/clinical NLM Technical Bulletin - New PubMed® Filter: Systematic Reviews https://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/techbull/jf02/jf02_systematic_reviews.html Other Videos in this series: Introduction to PubMed: PubMed® for Librarians #1 https://youtu.be/lXDU9-HG6wY MeSH - Medical Subject Headings: PubMed® for Librarians #2 https://youtu.be/BpCq8I30ZYY ATM - Automatic Term Mapping: PubMed® for Librarians #3 https://youtu.be/m2BbBoGF_3M Building and Refining Your Search: PubMed® for Librarians #4 https://youtu.be/f5qOIAOAA5s Evidence-Based Medicine: PubMed® for Librarians #5 THIS VIDEO Customization Using MyNCBI: PubMed® for Librarians #6 https://youtu.be/mRzdofUr_pE The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Displaying Author Information in PubMed
 
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How to have author information open or closed by default.
MeSH - Medical Subject Headings: PubMed® for Librarians #2 (Recorded June 16, 2017)
 
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Learn about the National Library of Medicine’s Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) database. We talk about the 4 different types of MeSH terms and how searchers can benefit from using MeSH to build a search. We investigate the structure of the MeSH database and we look at the components of a MeSH record. Earn 1.5 points of Continuing Education Credit from the Medical Library Association for watching this video! LEARN MORE: https://nnlm.gov/nto/professional-development/credit-recorded-classes Links in this Presentation: Upcoming NTO classes: https://youtu.be/ZNLrjB-FdWE Class Handout: https://nnlm.gov/sites/default/files/nto/files/Handouts/PML_MeSH_handout.pdf Video: What do the Dates in MeSH Mean? https://youtu.be/CBU7FYJ5Hnk Video: Advanced PubMed https://youtu.be/ZNLrjB-FdWE Video: PubMed for Librarians: Automatic Term Mapping https://youtu.be/XqPFPPZpzow 2017 MeSH Changes: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/disted/clinics/mesh_2017.html Other Videos in this series: Introduction to PubMed: PubMed® for Librarians #1 https://youtu.be/lXDU9-HG6wY MeSH - Medical Subject Headings: PubMed® for Librarians #2 THIS VIDEO ATM - Automatic Term Mapping: PubMed® for Librarians #3 https://youtu.be/m2BbBoGF_3M Building and Refining Your Search: PubMed® for Librarians #4 https://youtu.be/f5qOIAOAA5s Evidence-Based Medicine: PubMed® for Librarians #5 https://youtu.be/i2n6-3sGzc8 Customization Using MyNCBI: PubMed® for Librarians #6 https://youtu.be/mRzdofUr_pE The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
5 Clinical Questions you can answer with NCBI Databases
 
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In this webinar, you will learn about the NCBI databases GTR, ClinVar, and MedGen and how to use them to answer the following questions: 1. How do I locate tests for a clinical feature, gene or disease? 2. How do I locate records for a specified list of symptoms, clinical features (e.g., aortic aneurysm)? 3. How do I find specific disease-causing variants? 4. How can I get information about the review status of an assertion of clinical significance for a genetic variant in relation to a disease? 5. What are the differences between the NCBI medical genetics databases regarding searching for phenotypes / clinical features? A basic familiarity with genetics vocabulary will be helpful in understanding this Webinar. For a review, The New Genetics (link is below), an educational booklet by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). Presented by Peter Cooper & Bonnie Maidak, PhD, NCBI Staff Scientists Link to Handout, and other materials https://go.usa.gov/xRzC6 The New Genetics: https://publications.nigms.nih.gov/thenewgenetics/ Other Resources Mentioned in this Video MedGen: https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/medgen ClinVar: https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/clinvar Genetic Testing Registry: https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gtr ClinicalTrials: https://clinicaltrials.gov GeneReviews: https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK1116/ Genetics Home Reference: https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/ Medical Genetics Summaries: https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK61999/ MedlinePlus: https://medlineplus.gov/ OMIM: https://omim.org Variation Home Page: https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/variation NCBI GTR Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1C4A2AFF811F6F0B NCBI YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/NCBINLM GTR Annual Review Information: https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gtr/docs/annual_review/ "We do have an annual review requirement implemented and tests (and labs) that have not been reviewed in over a year are marked as out of date" The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Introduction to PubMed: PubMed® for Librarians #1 (Recorded January 10, 2018)
 
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Watch this video to learn about the difference between PubMed and MEDLINE, how to run a basic PubMed search, how to assess your search results, where to find search details, how to customize PubMed with My NCBI, and different ways to search for a known citation. We also briefly introduce Medical subject headings (MeSH), automatic term mapping, search tags and subheadings, which are covered in-depth in later episodes. Earn 1.5 points of Continuing Education Credit from the Medical Library Association for watching this video! LEARN MORE: https://nnlm.gov/recording-ce LINKS: Handout https://nnlm.gov/sites/default/files/nto/files/Handouts/PML_Introduction_Handout.pdf MEDLINE Journal Selection https://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/jsel.html Literature Selection Technical Review Committee (LSTRC) https://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/lstrc/faca.html Number of Titles Currently Indexed for Index Medicus and MEDLINE on PubMed https://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/num_titles.html FAQ: Finding a List of MEDLINE Journals https://www.nlm.nih.gov/services/medline_titles.html MEDLINE, PubMed, PMC: How are they different? https://www/nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/dif_med_pub.html Best Match ranking algorithm https://goo.gl/PGmdYA How PubMed identifies Similar Articles https://goo.gl/vouL4y Single Citation Matcher (Not Recommended) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/citmatch Bringing care to the community: expanding access to health care in rural Malawi through mobile health clinics. (Non MEDLINE citation) https://pubmed.gov/26400705 Other Videos in this series: Introduction to PubMed: PubMed® for Librarians #1 THIS ONE MeSH - Medical Subject Headings: PubMed® for Librarians #2 https://youtu.be/BpCq8I30ZYY ATM - Automatic Term Mapping: PubMed® for Librarians #3 https://youtu.be/m2BbBoGF_3M Building and Refining Your Search: PubMed® for Librarians #4 https://youtu.be/f5qOIAOAA5s Evidence-Based Medicine: PubMed® for Librarians #5 https://youtu.be/i2n6-3sGzc8 Customization Using MyNCBI: PubMed® for Librarians #6 https://youtu.be/mRzdofUr_pE The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Making Sense of Numbers, October 11, 2017
 
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Making Sense of Numbers: Understanding Risks and Benefits. Learning How to Communicate Health Statistics Sponsored by NNLM MAR Numeracy literacy is not only a problem for individuals receiving health information but also for those providing information that contain numbers. This class is a basic introduction for anyone who wants to understand how to communicate health information that involves numeracy. The purpose of this class is to understand risk and benefits from a layman’s perspective and to understand that the communication of numbers must be clear and easy to understand. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
ATM - Automatic Term Mapping: PubMed® for Librarians #3 (Recorded June 23, 2017)
 
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This session covers Automatic Term Mapping (ATM), the process that maps keywords from your PubMed search to the controlled vocabulary of the MeSH database. Learn why searching with keywords in PubMed can be an effective approach to searching. The session also covers the explosion feature, what is and isn’t included in Search Details and lastly how PubMed processes/handles a phrase. Earn 1.5 points of Continuing Education Credit from the Medical Library Association for watching this video! LEARN MORE: https://nnlm.gov/nto/professional-development/credit-recorded-classes Links in this session: Handout: https://nnlm.gov/sites/default/files/nto/files/Handouts/PML_ATM_Handout.pdf Publication that explains ORCIDs in PubMed (requires subscription): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27054531 MEDLINE®/PubMed® Data Element (Field) Descriptions - Author https://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/mms/medlineelements.html#fau Other Videos in this series: Introduction to PubMed: PubMed® for Librarians #1 https://youtu.be/lXDU9-HG6wY MeSH - Medical Subject Headings: PubMed® for Librarians #2 https://youtu.be/BpCq8I30ZYY ATM - Automatic Term Mapping: PubMed® for Librarians #3 THIS VIDEO Building and Refining Your Search: PubMed® for Librarians #4 https://youtu.be/f5qOIAOAA5s Evidence-Based Medicine: PubMed® for Librarians #5 https://youtu.be/i2n6-3sGzc8 Customization Using MyNCBI: PubMed® for Librarians #6 https://youtu.be/mRzdofUr_pE The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
The Pieces of Systematic Reviews with Margaret Foster - Session 1 (February 2, 2017)
 
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First in a six-session series on topics related to systematic reviews sponsored by the NNLM South Central Region. Presented by Margaret J Foster, MLIS, MPH, Associate Professor and Systematic Reviews Coordinator at Texas A&M University Topic for session 1: How do you determine if a research question is right for a systematic review? For more information, please visit: https://nnlm.gov/scr/professional-development/systematic-review-series
NNLM Resource Picks - NLM Traveling Exhibits - March 29, 2017
 
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In late 2016, the University of Washington, based in Seattle, Washington, which serves as the Pacific Northwest Region (PNR) National Network library, hosted a brief questionnaire, using Survey Monkey, asking librarians what they would want to learn about hosting a National Library of Medicine traveling banner exhibition. Over 250 representatives from libraries across the country responded with questions, ideas, and preferences. Their replies shaped this webinar. Please listen in to learn about what your colleagues are doing to reach new audiences using NLM traveling banner exhibitions. Presenters: Patricia Tuohy, Head, Exhibition Program at the National Library of Medicine; Jennifer Butler Keeton, Programming/Publicity Coordinator of the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library in Alabama; Eva Sclippa, Art Librarian and Coordinator of Instruction from The Libraries at Alfred University in New York; Thomas Lawrence Long, PhD, Associate Professor-in-Residence School of Nursing, University of Connecticut; Nicole Hughes, Library System’s Community Relations Manager and Donna Smith, Assistant Branch Manager at the Palm Beach County Library System, Acreage Branch in Florida
5 Questions You Can Answer Using The NCBI Gene Database
 
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The Gene resource at NCBI is a central hub for accessing nearly all molecular and literature resources for a particular gene. You can easily answer the most common questions and perform the most common tasks by starting in Gene. In this webinar you will learn about the structure and contents of the Gene resource and how to use Gene to answer the following questions about a gene: Handout and Other Materials: http://go.usa.gov/xXa2g * Where is the gene located (chromosome and position) in the genome assembly? * What are the Reference genomic, transcript and protein sequences for the gene? * What variations are present in the gene and are they associated with disease? * In what tissues and under what conditions is the gene expressed? * What are the equivalent genes (homologs) in other species? Presenters: Peter Cooper and Bonnie Maidak, NCBI
The Pieces of Systematic Review with Margaret Foster - Session 5 (June 1, 2017)
 
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The fifth session in a six-session series on topics related to systematic reviews, sponsored by the NNLM South Central Region. Presented by Margaret J Foster, MLIS, MPH, Associate Professor and Systematic Reviews Coordinator at Texas A&M University Topic for session 5: How can a librarian support other types of reviews (scoping, integrative, rapid)? For more information, please visit: https://nnlm.gov/scr/professional-development/systematic-review-series
Getting Started with Community Health Information Outreach
 
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The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Introduction to Graphic Medicine
 
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This webinar, taught by Matthew Noe from the Lamar Soutter Library at UMass Medical School, introduces the emerging field of graphic medicine, or, the use of comics in healthcare. Begins with a brief overview of the field’s emergence, and then switchs directions to highlight the role that comics can play in two key areas of librarianship: health literacy and medical education. The webinar concludes with suggestions for collection development and programming to kickstart graphic medicine in your library. Orgionally presented 3/7/17 Slides available upon request nnlm-ner@umassmed.edu
Advanced PubMed® Tips, Tricks, and Tools - MeSH
 
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A recording of the March 16, 2016 class. This class covers several advanced concepts in the use of Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) for searching via PubMed. Topics include annual updates to MeSH, the effective use of subheadings, free floating subheadings, and commonly confused terms. This course is intended for those with at least beginning knowledge of PubMed and MeSH. For additional resources and PubMed Training visit: http://nnlm.gov/nto Developed resources reported in this site are supported by the National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health (NIH) under cooperative agreement number UG4LM012344 with the University of Utah Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of NIH.
Tales & Travel Memories: Literacy-focused Programming for People with Dementia
 
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In this 1-hour webinar, learn how 2017 Library of Congress Best Practices Honoree Tales & Travel Memories uses books and literacy activities to connect with people who have Alzheimer’s Disease or other dementias. Presenters will share an overview of Tales & Travel Memories, describe how the program works in memory care communities, and explain how to develop a similar program in your own library. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Beyond the SEA - Feb 1, 2018  Disrupting Diversity Narra. Introd. Critical Conversations in Libr
 
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In 2012, the Association for College and Research Libraries issued a document outlining eleven diversity standards for academic libraries to use in developing the skills and competencies that are necessary to serve diverse populations. The American Library Association lists “diversity” as one of its 11 core values. In 2016, the Medical Library Association identified diversity and inclusion as essential values for the association, and in 2017 appointed a Diversity Task Force to determine how to operationalize these values. Typically, when we use the word “diversity” we refer to specific categories of identity: race, gender, ability, and sexual orientation, to name a few. As libraries and library organizations engage in more diversity initiatives, how is the conversation around diversity, inclusion, and equity taking shape? What is left unsaid when these conversations take place? This session will challenge attendees to unpack, rethink and reframe the diversity conversation. The presenter will share findings from a content analysis project of academic library diversity plans, provide a brief overview of critical race scholarship in the field, and challenge attendees to think critically about current library rhetoric around diversity.
The Pieces of Systematic Review with Margaret Foster - Session 3 (April 6, 2017)
 
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The third session in a six-session series on topics related to systematic reviews, sponsored by the NNLM South Central Region. Presented by Margaret J Foster, MLIS, MPH, Associate Professor and Systematic Reviews Coordinator at Texas A&M University Topic for session 3: What happens after the search? For more information, please visit: https://nnlm.gov/scr/professional-development/systematic-review-series
Beyond the SEA - January 18, 2017 Data Science 101 An Introduction for Librarians
 
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Presenter: Lisa Federer, MA, MLIS; Research Data Informationist, National Institutes of Health Library Contact: For additional information or questions, please contact Tony Nguyen. Summary: The term “big data” is often tossed around in conversations about science, but what does it really mean? This webinar will explain what big data is and provide an introduction to the data science techniques that can be used to analyze it. We’ll talk about how data science can help researchers find meaning in data and discuss some of the common techniques and tools used in a variety of different research areas. MLA CE Contact Hours for this NNLM hosted video is only available within the first 6 months of its presentation.
Developing Escape Rooms at Libraries, March 20, 2018
 
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Sponsored by NNLM MAR This session features guest speakers Alison Wessel and Olivia Glotfelty, who discussed the development of escape rooms at libraries in Delaware and Pennsylvania. Both speakers describe their experiences planning and implementing these escape rooms and how they proved beneficial to their audiences and libraries. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
WISER - Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders
 
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WISER (Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders) is a system designed to assist emergency responders in hazardous material incidents. WISER provides a wide range of information on hazardous substances, including substance identification support, physical characteristics, human health information, and containment and suppression advice. Standalone versions are currently available for the Microsoft Windows™, iOS, and Android platforms. A web-based version (WebWISER) supports web browsers for PCs and mobile devices. This video is part of Discovering TOXNET, an online self-paced course covering TOXLINE, ChemIDplus, TRI, TOXMAP, Hazardous Substances Data Bank, IRIS, Haz-Map, LactMed, WISER, CHEMM, and REMM. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov/classes/discovering-toxnet The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
CiteNLM2018
 
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The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Healthy Aging | Midday at the Oasis (November 15, 2017)
 
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The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov Recorded on November 15, 2017 Note: We strongly recommend the recording be viewed full screen. Presentation Title: Healthy Aging - Promoting Healthy Living in Older Adults through Quality Health Information Presenters: Stephanie Dailey and Olivia Kent from National Institute of Aging; and Andrew Plumer, from the Reference and Web Services Section, NLM Description: This webinar focuses on seniors and their use and access to Quality Health Information. Resources from National Institute on Aging (NIA) and MedlinePlus will be highlighted. NIA offers a variety of health information for seniors including Go4Life.
How to find a known citation in PubMed using author, journal title, date
 
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This video shows how to search PubMed for a known citation using three keywords: author, journal title, and date
The Pieces of Systematic Review with Margaret Foster - Session 2 (March 2, 2017)
 
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Second session in a six-session series on topics related to systematic reviews, sponsored by the NNLM South Central Region. Presented by Margaret J Foster, MLIS, MPH, Associate Professor and Systematic Reviews Coordinator at Texas A&M University Topic for session 2: What searches beyond the typical databases should be done? For more information, please visit: https://nnlm.gov/scr/professional-development/systematic-review-series
PNR Rendezvous - Bibliometrics, Altmetrics - 01/17/18
 
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What does it mean for research to be meaningful? How do metrics help and hinder our understanding of research impact? This PNR Rendezvous session addresses the history and evolution of meaningful metrics in higher education. Robin Chin Roemer, Head of Instructional Design and Outreach Services at the University of Washington libraries addresses topics such as the pros and cons of bibliometrics; the rise and risks of altmetrics; tools for tracing researcher impact; and the influence of different venues and disciplines on impact communication. The session is eligible for 1 Medical Library Association (MLA) CE credit whether attending the live session or watching the recording up to 6 months after the live session. To obtain MLA CE credit, please fill out this evaluation: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3529624/jan2018rendezvous Class page: https://nnlm.gov/class/bibliometrics-altmetrics-question-research-impact/8048 The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
American Indian Health Information Resources
 
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According to the 2010 US Census, approximately 5.2 million people stated that they were American Indian or Alaskan Native. A recent study shows that American Indian use of the Internet to find health information is lower in comparison with the adult U.S. population. This three-hour program will introduce a variety of governmental and non-governmental Internet resources that have health information for American Indian populations. Students attending will be able to practice their skills in finding health information using web resources in this hands-on program.
Memory Cafes and Libraries: The Perfect Fit, Kernel of Knowledge Series, GMR
 
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A memory cafe is a safe and fun social opportunity for those living with memory loss, as well as their families and caregivers. Memory cafes have been offered in the Netherlands since 1997, but only in the US since 2013. Learn how your library can start a memory cafe and collaborate with key players in the community for the perfect fit. A memory café is a social gathering place for persons with memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, early Alzheimer’s, or other dementia and their family and friends. Library memory cafes meet once per month in a safe and comfortable space to facilitate connections of persons living with memory loss. Each café is as unique as the library that hosts it and offers a program or activity that is engaging and fun. Community partners and aging specialists provide guidance and respond to questions or requests for resources. If your library wants to get involved with the local community while doing health outreach and programming, this webinar will provide you with the essential first steps to get started. Presenter Bio: Angela Meyers is the Coordinator of Youth and Special Needs Services at the Bridges Library System in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Meyers has previous work experience in public libraries and area non-profits. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree (2002) and a Master of Library & Information Science degree (2008) from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
Teaching Topics - Get in the Picture: ACRL Framework and You
 
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This video offers an overview of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy and how health science librarians are responding to this change in information literacy standards. The Framework replaced ACRL’s Information Literacy Competency Standards (2000) in May 2016. The new ACRL Framework is a group of six conceptual understandings considered critical to organizing many other concepts and ideas about information, research, and scholarship into a coherent whole. Two added elements illustrate related learning goals: knowledge practices - demonstrations of ways in which learners can increase their understanding of these information literacy concepts, and dispositions - ways in which to address the effective, attitudinal, or valuing dimension of learning. Links from this presentation: Handout - http://goo.gl/graOIx The Framework is Elitist - http://scholar.dickinson.edu/faculty_publications/500/ Is the Framework Elitist? Is ACRL? - https://meredith.wolfwater.com/wordpress/2016/10/18/is-the-framework-elitist-is-acrl/ The Framework: Love it or Hate it? - https://cjcls.wordpress.com/2017/02/15/the-framework-love-it-or-hate-it/ Presenters: Heather Collins, A.R. Dykes Health Sciences Library, University of Kansas Medical Center Topics: 1) AAHSL Competency-based medical education and Framework project 2) The New Literacies Alliance Project (Framework-based Online Learning Objects) Hanna Schmillen, MLIS, Subject Librarian for Health Sciences Ohio University Libraries Topic: Using Framework-based rubrics for health sciences library instruction Jessica Shira Sender, MLS, MET, AHIP, Librarian for the College of Nursing, Michigan State University Topic: The Framework and Nursing Jean Song - Assistant Director, Academic and Clinical Engagement, Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan Topic: Getting Started Mapping the Framework to the Health Sciences Natalie Tagge, MLIS, Education Services Librarian, Ginsburg Health Sciences Library, Temple University Topic: to The Framework and Undergraduate Medical Students
Introduction to Searching in TOXLINE
 
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Learn the basics of searching in TOXLINE This video is part of Discovering TOXNET, an online self-paced course covering TOXLINE, ChemIDplus, TRI, TOXMAP, Hazardous Substances Data Bank, IRIS, Haz-Map, LactMed, WISER, CHEMM, and REMM. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov/classes/discovering-toxnet The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
PNR Rendezvous - How Patients Use Social Media - 2/17/2016
 
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Presenters: Health journalist, Sally James and patient advocate, Stacey Tinianov Health and science journalist Sally James and patient advocate, Stacey Tinianov lead you through how patients, as well as clinicians and researchers, increasingly use Twitter and Facebook to find and exchange many kinds of health information: including technical information about diseases, comparisons of treatments, as well as support for survivor issues in chronic and rare diseases. Live chats on these platforms draw thousands weekly. Some researchers break news about peer-reviewed journal articles first on Twitter. Other researchers are recruiting subjects directly on social media. This webinar provides practical examples to help you explore and understand how these resources are used and how moderators “curate” and archive tweets and posts from such conversations so they remain accessible. MLA CE credit is available for 6 months following each session of PNR Rendezvous. If you have questions, please email nnlm@uw.edu
TechTime: Designing Conference Posters in PowerPoint, November 28, 2017
 
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Sponsored by NNLM MAR This session will present you with design strategies for professional looking posters, such as size specifications, good visual balance, and organizing content. You will see how PowerPoint’s extended menus and tools can be utilized to transform a blank slide to a ready-to-print poster. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Teaching PubMed Subsets for Alternative Medicine Searches with Q. Eileen Wafford | Teaching Topics
 
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Q. Eileen Wafford shares her experience teaching interns to use PubMed Subsets for alternative medicine searches, and the importance of knowing your audience when teaching. Other Videos from this Session: Visual hands-on PubMed Introduction with Margaret Vugrin https://youtu.be/Lx92D5o7hrM Teaching PubMed to Large Groups with Heather McEwen & Rienne Johnson Schinner https://youtu.be/sfchJCIeIN8 Flipped Classroom to Teach Biology Students PubMed and Gene with Michelle Price https://youtu.be/PoYwPhWoQhg Flipping the Classroom to Teach Medical Students PubMed with Jennifer Dinalo and Lynn Kysh https://youtu.be/Foz7zBd3xNY The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
5 Healthcare Trends to Watch in 2017 - Breezing Along with the RML - February 2017
 
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Chrstian Minter, Education Coordinator and Nebraska Outreach, of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine MidContintal Region discusses 5 key Healthcare Trends that medical librarians should be aware of and follow in 2017. Link to Evaluation Form: http://sgiz.mobi/s3/cce6ab60836e
Marty Magee - Knowledge, Attitude, and Networking
 
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Marty Magee talks about her top effective practices in health sciences librarianship. Share your Effective Practices: http://nnlm.gov/mcr/interviews.html See nnlm.gov/mcr for more information about the National Network of Libraries of Medicine MidContinental Region Interviewee - Marty Magee Video Editing by - Matt Steadman NN/LM Logo Animation by - Matt Steadman "Light Sting" by Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0 This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, under Contract No. HHS-N-276-2011-00006-C with the University of Utah Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library
SEAside Webinar - January 14, 2016 -  Grey Literature: What is it?!
 
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Presenter: Danielle Aloia, Special Projects Librarian, New York Academy of Medicine Summary: Have you heard the term Grey Literature (greylit) but don’t know what it is? This webinar will help you to understand what greylit is and why it is important. The discussion will include examples of greylit, resources that include greylit, and how and where to search for relevant greylit. MLA CE Contact Hours for this NNLM hosted video is only available within the first 6 months of its presentation.
Searching with Subheadings in PubMed
 
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The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
Cultural Competency for the Information Professional | Breezing Along with the RML Feb. 2018
 
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Shaundra Walker, PhD, Interim Library Director of the Ina Dillard Russell Library at Georgia College, discusses the importance of cultural competency for information professionals, and how to improve Cultural Competence. According to the National Association of Social Workers, cultural competence is "a congruent set of behaviors, attitudes, and policies that enable a person or group to work effectively in cross-cultural situations." This webinar will provide an introduction to cultural competence, discuss why it is important and how it applies to the work of information professionals. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
SCR Teaching Webinar - NLM's Online Playground K-12 Resources (August 24, 2017)
 
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"NLM's Online Playground: K-12 Science and Health Education Resources" Presented by Debbie Montenegro, MSIS Consumer Health Coordinator, NNLM SCR Description: This presentation will introduce free K-12 resources from the National Library of Medicine (NLM). Resources span a variety of subjects including biology, careers, chemistry, environmental health, forensics and medical technology, general health, genetics, health information tutorials, and HIV/AIDS. The presentation is designed as an introduction to NLM resources for K-12 professionals, public librarians, and individuals working with K-12 populations. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
How Do Communities Welcome People Managing Mental Illnesses and the Disease of Addiction?
 
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April 18, 2018 Sponsored by NNLM MAR Many communities have made concerted efforts to welcome and serve vulnerable people who manage mental illnesses and/or the disease of addiction. Very often, libraries function as the focal point for information about services, diagnoses and treatments, and other community groups turn to them for guidance. This webinar provides ideas about how community members can learn about behavioral health issues, so they can serve these citizens with respect and dignity. The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
MeSH Changes and PubMed Searching - 2018
 
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Every year, the Medical Subject Headings are updated. How does this affect your PubMed searches? What happens when a term gets changed, or added, or removed; or moved to a different part of the MeSH hierarchy? How do you accommodate vocabulary changes over time in your comprehensive searches? How do you check your saved searches and alerts? This class incorporates content from the previous class Advanced PubMed: MeSH (https://nnlm.gov/classes/advanced-pubmed-mesh). Objectives: Successful participants will be able to: Describe how the MeSH vocabulary is maintained Explain how the addition, revision, deletion and rearrangement of MeSH terms affect your PubMed searches Check your saved searches and alerts for needed changes The National Network of Libraries of Medicine is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services. Learn more at https://nnlm.gov
NNLM Resource Picks PubMed Update - January 25, 2017
 
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Presentation Summary: The PubMed interface didn’t change much in 2016, but the systems underlying PubMed changed in significant ways. Kate will talk a little about what’s under PubMed’s hood these days. She will also demonstrate a new alerting feature called PubMed Journals and touch on some highlights of 2017 MeSH. Presenter: Katherine (Kate) Majewski, MEDLARS Management Section, Bibliographic Services Division, U.S. National Library of Medicine
Misperceptions and the Misused Language of Addiction
 
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Despite recognition of addiction as a health condition, terminology used in both layperson and scientific publications is often inaccurate and stigmatizing. National and international efforts are now afoot to encourage the use of terminology that can improve accuracy, reduce stigma, and even improve care. Dr. Richard Saitz from the Boston University School of Public Health will discuss the rationale for terms that should and should not be preferred.