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Oregon Health & Science University Library
Mail Code LIB
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd
Portland OR , 97239

Biomedical Information Literacy Training for Research Interns

Contact: Jackie Wirz
Contact: 503.494.3443 - http://libguides.ohsu.edu/researchinterns - All region
This project developed a suite of online resources to provide training on 1) information literacy, 2) biomedical informatics databases and tools, and 3) basic data and information management.
Face to Face about Electronic Resources, NLM Databases, Reference Resources & Services, Research
Lecture and Slides.
Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center (HAM-TMC) Library
1133 John Freeman Blvd.
Houston TX , 77030

Information Anywhere: Mobile Technology, Libraries and mHealth

Contact: Emily Hurst and NN/LM Instructors
Contact: 713-799-7189 Fax: 713-790-7030 - http://nnlm.gov/training/mobile/index.html - South Central region
This four-hour class provides an overview of mobile devices available today and how they impact libraries and medicine. The class includes discussion of mobile devices such as cell phones, smartphones, and tablets. Popular uses and applications for these devices, with particular emphasis on those that make use of the products of the National Library of Medicine will be highlighted. Students will learn what it takes to create a mobile friendly website as well as mobile applications. Class discussions include planning your organization's mobile website or mobile application. Mobile Health also referred to as mHealth is addressed with timely examples. Quick Response (QR) codes as well as augmented reality (AR) and their connection to the mobile landscape are addressed in brief.
CE Contact Hours: 4 • Face to Face, Hands-on, RML Offerings, Chapter Offerings about NLM Databases, Technology/Systems, Web Design
Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Learning Videotape, Discussion, Hands-on Exercises, and Problem-based.
NN/LM Middle Atlantic Region
University of Pittsburgh
200 Scaife Hall 3550 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh PA , 15261

PubMed and Beyond: Clinical Resources from the National Library of Medicine

Contact: Kate Flewelling and NN/LM Instructors
Contact: (412) 624-3336 Fax: (412) 648-1515 - http://nnlm.gov/training/clinical - All region
Taught by an experienced medical librarian, this presentation will introduce free bedside information resources for the busy clinician. Resources presented will include Clinical Queries in PubMed/MEDLINE and free drug, patient education, and evidence-based information.
CE Contact Hours: 1, 2 or 3 • Face to Face, e-Learning, RML Offerings about Consumer Health, Evidence Based Health Care, NLM Databases
Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, and Hands-on Exercises.

PubMed Health [trifold brochure]

Contact: Holly Burt
Contact: - http://nnlm.gov/training/resources/pmhealthtri.pdf - All region
Introduces the PubMed Health database which focuses on systematic reviews related to clinical effectiveness. PubMed Health was developed and is maintained by NCBI (the National Center for Biotechnology Information of the National Library of Medicine). Available in PDF format that can be used to produce tri-fold brochure. Also available as a customizable brochure in Word (.doc and .docx) format. This is a National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) resource.
Brochure**, Handout**, RML Offerings about Consumer Health, Electronic Resources, Evidence Based Health Care, NLM Databases
National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Southeastern/Atlantic Region
University of Maryland, Baltimore
601 W. Lombard St.
Baltimore MD , 21201

Beyond the SEA

Contact: Tony Nguyen
Contact: 410-706-2855 Fax: 410-706-0099 - http://nnlm.gov/sea/services/webconf/index.html - Mid-Atlantic region
Beyond the SE/A is a monthly webinar from the Southeastern/Atlantic Regional Medical Library of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM SE/A). Speakers cover different topics of interest to health science librarians, health care practitioners, librarians, and other health focused groups in the region. Topics include new and updated National Library of Medicine (NLM) resources, RML Awardee presentations on their research and outreach programs, Disaster Resources, Electronic Health Records, and many others related to health science and health care. All sessions are online webinars using Adobe Connect, which allows for live phone conversation and online chat. Beyond the SE/A sessions are held on the Third Wednesday of every month at Noon (ET) and last an hour. Sessions are recorded, closed captioned, and made available for later viewing.
CE Contact Hours: 1-1.5 • e-Learning, RML Offerings about Assessment/Evaluation, Consumer Health, Disaster Preparedness, Electronic Resources, Evidence Based Health Care, Expert Searching, Health Care Informatics, Leadership, Management, New Librarian, NLM Databases, Outreach/Advocacy, Publishing, Reference Resources & Services, Research, Subject Specific Resources, Teaching/Instruction, Technical Services, Technology/Systems
Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Panel Discussion, Discussion, Case Study, and Other.
EBSCO Information Services
10 Estes St.
Ipswich , 01938

Deciphering Clinical Statistics

Contact: James McLellan
Contact: 978.356.6500 ext 2010 - All region
Through lecture and hands-on exercises, students will gain an understanding of basic statistical concepts necessary for the interpretation of clinical and epidemiologic research. Topics covered will include p-values and confidence intervals, power calculations, measures of relative and absolute risk, and meta-analysis.
CE Contact Hours: 4 • Face to Face about Evidence Based Health Care
Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Discussion, and Hands-on Exercises.
David Osterbur, Ph.D.
Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
10 Shattuck St.
Boston MA , 02115

Introduction to Genetics Databases

Contact: David Osterbur and none
Contact: 617 432-2636 - North Atlantic region
Students in this class will learn about the freely available resources provided by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory/ European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL/EBI). All medical librarians are extremely familiar with Pubmed, one of the most commonly used of NCBI's resources, but very few are familiar with resources beyond PubMed and how these resources are all searchable with the same search strategies as are used in PubMed. We will explore the use of these free tools and the students will learn about some of the useful tools that even their research faculty members do not know about.
CE Contact Hours: 4 • Face to Face about Electronic Resources
Lecture, Slides, Discussion, and Simulation.
Middlesex Hospital
28 Crescent St.
Middletown, CT 06457 CT

Health Literacy in Practice: Writing and Instructing in Plain Language

Contact: Nancy Goodwin and Margo Coletti
Contact: 860-358-6286 Fax: 860-358-6115 - North Atlantic region
Participants will identify the problem of low health literacy, its definition, and how it impacts patient outcomes. Using three broad principles of writing in plain language they will critique and rewrite poorly worded sentences and brainstorm in small groups how to rewrite a sample handout. Participants will share their experience with health literacy and list at least four ways that librarians can use this expertise in their health care institutions. The workshop begins with a PowerPoint lecture on basic concepts of health literacy. A lecture with a handout for participants to follow on creating patient handouts is next. Using sample handouts the participants will do several hands-on activities to practice their new skills. The second half will cover numeracy and Teach-back technique. Following that, we concentrate on the role of health literacy in the informed consent process. It will be a “train the trainer” session in which participants will learn how to instruct clinicians and researchers in the use of plain language in informed consent, both verbal and written. A PowerPoint lecture with sample informed consent language will be presented and examined. Small groups will be formed to reformulate “legalese” and “medspeak” into patient-readable language for the informed consent process.
CE Contact Hours: 4 • Chapter Offerings about Consumer Health, Teaching/Instruction
Lecture, Slides, Learning Videotape, Discussion, Sharing/Self-disclosure, and Hands-on Exercises.
Center for Genome Dynamics at the Jackson Laboratory
600 Main st.
Bar Harbor ME , 04609

Concepts in Genetics

Contact: Susan McClatchey and none
Contact: 207-288-6431 - North Atlantic region
This class will present a review of molecular genetics followed by a study of human genetics in disease. The class will introduce the use of next generation sequencing technologies in clinical diagnostics, and will examine genomic analysis with publicly available data and tools.
CE Contact Hours: 4 • Face to Face about Reference Resources & Services
Lecture, Slides, Hands-on Exercises, and Case Study.
Georgia Regents University
Greenblatt Library AB 241
1120 15th Street
Augusta GA , 30912

NLM Georgia Biomedical Informatics Course

Contact: James Cimino and Donald Lindberg
Contact: 301-443-9696 - http://gru.edu/library/greenblatt/informaticscourse - All region
This week-long survey course is designed to familiarize individuals with the application of computer technologies and information science in biomedicine and health science. Through a combination of lectures and hands-on computer exercises, participants will be introduced to the fundamental concepts and application areas of biomedical informatics. The conceptual components will include principles of controlled terminology, standards, mathematical modeling, bioinformatics, natural language processing, clinical information systems architectures, and methods for assessing and influencing institutional adoption of information technology. Application areas will include use of the Internet for biomedical applications, current and emerging wide area network technologies, use of literature and molecular sequence databases, telemedicine, public health, patient-centered care, clinical research, and disaster response. Evening workshops will include hands-on projects to give students the opportunity to bring their own expertise to bear and apply the lessons learned in class to a relevant informatics application. Taught by a nationally known faculty, the course will prepare the student to become actively involved in making informed decisions about computer-based tools in his/her organizational environment, and improve the student's own computer skills. This is a National Library of Medicine fellowship program directed at medical educators, medical librarians, medical administrators, clinical practitioners, and faculty who are not currently knowledgeable but can become agents of change in their institutions. Limited to 30 fellows per session. Costs of attending this course, including travel, housing, and meals at the Brasstown Valley Conference Center, are fully supported by the National Library of Medicine, NIH.
CE Contact Hours: 35 Hours MLA CE Credit • Face to Face, e-Learning, Handout**, Hands-on about Health Care Informatics
Lecture, Demonstration, Discussion, Brainstorming, Hands-on Exercises, and Case Study.