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Navigating the Health Information Maze   Tags: biomed topic, community college, consumer health, national library of medicine, nlm  

Last Updated: Jul 30, 2013 URL: http://guides.library.ucla.edu/NavigatingHealthInformation Print Guide RSS Updates

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About Us

Navigating the Health Information Maze is provided by the NN/LM PSR, an outreach program of the National Library of Medicine, located at UCLA. Our mission is to enhance access to health information for health professionals and the public.  

 

About this Series

Navigating the Health Information Maze is a webinar series designed for community college librarians working with special populations, and with students in allied health fields.

In the different sessions, community college librarians will learn more about how their students can research health literature, find consumer health information, use mobile apps, and work with special populations. View the tabs at the top of the page for more information on each session.

 

Contact Us

Please direct any questions regarding this series to Kay Deeney: kdeeney@library.ucla.edu

 

View Previous Sessions

Recordings of the webinars held in spring of 2012 are available below.  Click on course titles below to launch a new window to view the Adobe Connect recording.

 

Instructors

Kay DeeneyEducational Services Coordinator

Kelli HamConsumer Health and Technology Coordinator

Stephen KiyoiNLM Associate Fellow

Lori TagawaCommunity Outreach Coordinator

 

Funding

The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Pacific Southwest Region is funded by the National Library of Medicine under a contract (HHS-N-276-2011-00009-C) with the UCLA Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library.

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