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Five questions you can answer using the NCBI Gene database

Contact: Molly Knapp
Contact: 5049571338 - All region
By exploring five questions you can answer through NCBI Gene, this webinar introduces the NCBI Gene database to librarians. NCBI Gene is a portal to gene-specific content based on NCBI's RefSeq project, information from model organism databases, and links to other resources. Bring your own questions for a special Q & A with NCBI experts at the end of the session.
RML Offerings about NLM Databases
Demonstration.
National Institutes of Health Library
Bldg 10, Rm 1L21, MSC 1150, 10 Center Drive
Bethesda MD , 20892

Introduction to Data Analysis and Visualization with R

Contact: Lisa Federer
Contact: 301-594-6283 - Mid-Atlantic region
So you’ve heard about R – how it will helps with statistical analyses, create beautiful graphs, and makes science more reproducible – but you’ve never written a line of code in your life. Don’t be scared! In this course especially for non-programmers, you’ll learn the basics to get started with using R. These skills are useful for librarians who work with students and researchers, as well as those who have their own data to analyze. We’ll use RStudio, a user-friendly interface for R, and cover topics including: • Key terminology and concepts • Essentials of data processing • Basic statistical analysis • Creating simple graphics
CE Contact Hours: 4 • Face to Face, Hands-on about Health Care Informatics, Research, Technology/Systems
Lecture, Demonstration, Discussion, and Hands-on Exercises.
NN/LM Southeastern Atlantic Region
University of Maryland
601 W Lombard Street
Baltimore MD , 21201

Keeping Up with PubMed

Contact: Tony Nguyen and Other NNLM Staff , , , , , , , , , , , and
Contact: 410-706-2855 Fax: 410-706-0099 - https://nnlm.gov/classes/keeping-pubmed - Mid-Atlantic region
With a hands-on approach, this class will show attendees how to use the features of PubMed effectively. Attendees will be able to describe the contents of PubMed; formulate basic search strategies; display, print, and save results in various formats; revise and refine searches; and use special features such as Related Articles, Link to journals, Citation Matcher, and Clinical Queries. The instructor will demonstrate online searches, and students, at computers connected to the Internet, will be invited to follow along. Time for individual practice will be provided. The course is also available as a four-week Web-based asynchronous class via Moodle for 6.0 CE credits; students will spend about 1-2 hours per week on class work.
CE Contact Hours: 3, 4, 6, 8; 6 (online) • Face to Face, e-Learning, Hands-on, RML Offerings about Consumer Health, Electronic Resources
Lecture, Demonstration, Discussion, and Hands-on Exercises.
Mabee Library, Washburn University
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka KS , 66621

Building Partnerships with Faculty, Clinicians, and other Stakeholders

Contact: Gwen Wilson and Kristen DeSanto
Contact: 785-670-2609 - Midcontinental region
Interested in strategies on building partnerships that lead to collaborative projects? This class will discuss barriers to building partnerships and detailed plans to help overcome these obstacles. Learn some strategies that will help open opportunities for collaborative projects in both the academic and hospital settings. After four hours in a hands-on workshop you will walk away with an action plan that fits you. Target audience: Professionals new to health librarianship, starting a new job, or anyone who wants to learn new partnership strategies Learning Outcomes: - Develop detailed plans for building partnerships - Refine strategies to start collaborative projects via these partnerships - Recognize opportunities to develop partnerships
CE Contact Hours: 4 • Face to Face, Hands-on, Chapter Offerings about Leadership, New Librarian, Outreach/Advocacy, Teaching/Instruction
Demonstration, Discussion, Brainstorming, Role Playing, and Hands-on Exercises.
Health Sciences Library System, University of Pittsburgh
200 Scaife Hall
3550 Terrace Street
Pittsburgh PA , 15261

Systematic Review Workshop: The Nuts and Bolts for Librarians

Contact: Mary Klem and Charles Wessel, Barbara Folb, Andrea Ketchum, and Rose Turner
Contact: 412 383-9947 Fax: 412 648-8819 - http://www.hsls.pitt.edu/systematicreview/ - Pittsburgh region
A panel of expert searchers, comprised of members of the HSLS Systematic Review Group, will provide attendees with a framework for the completion of a systematic review, with special emphasis on successful completion of the literature search process. Sessions will feature a mixture of small and large group discussion, interactive lectures, and hands-on exercises. Topics covered will include: 1) Understanding the structure and purpose of systematic reviews 2) The reference interview and communication issues 3) Approaches to comprehensive literature searching 4) Project organization This course is not designed to provide in-depth or advanced training in the searching of specific databases. Rather, participants will acquire an understanding of the theory and practice of systematic reviews and librarians’ role(s) in the systematic review process.
CE Contact Hours: 20 • Face to Face, Hands-on about Evidence Based Health Care, Expert Searching, Research
Demonstration, Slides, Discussion, Dialog, Brainstorming, Sharing/Self-disclosure, Role Playing, Hands-on Exercises, Case Study, and Other.
Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey
PO Box 12606
Wilmington DE , 19620-2606

Using Ethnography and User Experience in Health Sciences Libraries

Contact: Janina Kaldan and Nancy Foster and Pete Coco
Contact: 9739715780 - New York and New Jersey region
The proposed program will consist of a whole day CE workshop given by two speakers on the topic of ethnographic research and user experience and how these topics relate to providing library services and design that facilitate users’ locating and accessing needed information resources. The workshop will include hands-on activities and small group work.
CE Contact Hours: 7 • Face to Face, Hands-on about Assessment/Evaluation, Leadership, Management, Research, Technology/Systems
Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Brainstorming, Hands-on Exercises, and Problem-based.
National Institutes of Health
NIH Library
10 Center Drive, Building 10 Room 1L13A
Bethesda MD , 20892

GIS for Public Health Information Professionals

Contact: Douglas Joubert
Contact: 301-594-6282 - Mid-Atlantic region
DESCRIPTION The use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to solve public health problems and as a decision making tool in healthcare has increased. Because of this trend, it is important for public health information professionals to have a basic understanding of GIS and mapping. This webinar will provide an overview of GIS, types of geospatial data, and the basics of visualizing health information. OBJECTIVES By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to: 1. Describe the major components of GIS. 2. Describe geographic coordinate systems and their role in map projections. 3. Categorize the major types of data used in GIS and mapping. 4. List the major U.S. geospatial data collection systems. 5. Describe the major uses of GIS in public health. 6. Illustrate how color, shape, and scale influence the design of maps and geospatial data visualizations.
CE Contact Hours: 75 minutes • e-Learning about Disaster Preparedness, Subject Specific Resources, Technology/Systems
Slides, Discussion, and Case Study.
National Network of Libraries of Medicine - SEA Region
601 W Lombard Street
5th Flr.
Baltimore MD , 21201

PubMed Basics [trifold]

Contact: Tony Nguyen and Any NN/LM Staff
Contact: 410-706-2855 - https://nnlm.gov/training/resources/pmtri.pdf - All region
To hone basic searching techniques and the ability to develop general search strategies that will take advantage of the various interface access points of PubMed. The difference between PubMed and MEDLINE will be explained. Topics covered include Automatic Term Mapping, Interpreting Search Results and Search Details, understanding Related Articles, Searching with MeSH, Journal searching (Single Citation Matcher) and establishing a My NCBI account.
Handout** about NLM Databases
Sharing/Self-disclosure and Other.
University of Washington
Health Sciences Library

Searching Effectively & Efficiently

Contact: Terry Jankowski
Contact: 206-362-1477 - Pacific Northwest region
How can we search effectively & efficiently? In this class you will learn (and practice) methods used by expert searchers. You will learn some advanced search techniques for PubMed and create a self-study plan to hone your skills.
CE Contact Hours: 4 • Face to Face about Expert Searching
Lecture, Demonstration, Discussion, and Hands-on Exercises.
National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContiental Region
10 North 1900 East
Salt Lake City UT , 84112

Debrief and Discuss BD2K Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science

Contact: John Bramble and Shirley Zhao and Nathalie Reid
Contact: 8015855743 - https://nnlm.gov/mcr/news_blog/2016/10/debrief-and-discuss-bd2k-guide-to-the-fundamentals-of-data-science-weekly-sessions-with-your-colleagues/ - Midcontinental region
Health Sciences Library support for data researchers and computer scientists is a new role for librarians. Working being done in biomedical big data fields and precision medicine is The Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Initiative presents a weekly online lecture series on the data science underlying modern biomedical research. The series began in September 2016 and is scheduled to run through early 2017. The weekly presentations are from experts across the country covering the basics of data management, representation, computation, statistical inference, data modeling, and other topics relevant to “big data” in biomedicine. The webinar series will provide essential training suitable for individuals at an introductory overview level. All video presentations from the seminar series will be streamed for live viewing, recorded, and posted online for future viewing and reference. This webinar series is a collaboration between the TCC, the NIH Office of the Associate Director for Data Science, and BD2K Centers Coordination Center (BD2KCCC). To shape these sessions, we will attempt to address these questions: 1. In the context of health information access (organization of information, research, findability, etc.) what role can the librarian play to support researchers in their data lifecycle at your institution? 2. What assets do librarians have to bring to the table? 3. What skills do librarians need? 4. What Resources are needed? 5. Who are the most important stakeholders librarians need to align with to get a seat at the table?
CE Contact Hours: 2 per session attended • e-Learning, Hands-on, RML Offerings about Electronic Resources, Health Care Informatics, Leadership, Research, Technology/Systems
Lecture, Discussion, Debate, Dialog, Hands-on Exercises, and Other.