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National Network of Libraries of Medicine, New England Region
University of Massachusetts Medical School
55 Lake Ave North
Worcester MA , 01655

New England Science Boot Camp for Librarians

Contact: Julie Goldman
Contact: 5088563048 - http://guides.library.umass.edu/BootCamp2017 - North Atlantic region
Science Boot Camp is a fun and affordable 2 ½ day immersion into science topics offering opportunities for librarians and library students interested in science, health sciences, and technology to learn, meet and network in a fun, laid-back atmosphere. Each day involves presentations from scientists about their respective scientific field. One presenter will present an overview of the subject, and the second presenter discusses their research application within the field. This set-up provides science librarians with the base knowledge needed to understand the subject, and also understand how researchers are working in the field. Each presenter provides key resources for their subject, and also addresses how librarians can help researchers within the field of study. Subjects in the past have included nursing, engineering, genetics, public health, toxicology and data visualization. The final day of Boot Camp includes a Capstone Session which provides librarians with a hands-on activity in a related area of study including: research data management, how to talk to researchers, science literacy and citizen science.
CE Contact Hours: 16.5 • Face to Face, Hands-on, Specialization, RML Offerings about Outreach/Advocacy, Reference Resources & Services, Research, Subject Specific Resources
Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Panel Discussion, Discussion, Sharing/Self-disclosure, Hands-on Exercises, and Other.
Texas A&M University
4462 TAMU
College Station TX , 77843

The Pieces of Systematic Review with Margaret Foster

Contact: Margaret Foster
Contact: 8177352169 - South Central region
Pieces is a monthly web conference presented by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine South Central Region on topics related to systematic reviews on the first Thursday of every month from 10am-11am CT. The webinar highlights the following topics: • Determining the feasibility of a research question for systematic reviews • Developing searches beyond standard databases • Describing the process of what happens after the search • Identifying tools for conducting systematic reviews • Describing ways of supporting other types of reviews • Identifying new trends and developments in systematic review methods There are plans for at least 6 webinars, each with their own objectives and evaluations. Attendance of each webinar is worth 1 CE credit.
CE Contact Hours: 1 • RML Offerings about Evidence Based Health Care
Slides, Discussion, and Case Study.
NN/LM Training Office, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
10 North 1900 East
Salt Lake CIty UT , 84112

What is Bioinformatics Librarianship?

Contact: Molly Knapp and Kate Majewski, Peter Cooper, and and others
Contact: 801-585-3928 - Midcontinental region
A growing number of librarians are filling a special niche in the information world: Serving those who work with genetic and molecular biology information. In this one-hour Webinar, meet eight of your colleagues as they explain their specialized and uniquely valuable roles at their institution: • Julie A Arendt, Virginia Commonwealth University • Marci Brandenburg, University of Michigan • Rolando Garcia-Milan, Yale University • Karen H Gau, Virginia Commonwealth University • Tobin Magle, Colorado State • Robyn Reed, Penn State University • Elliott Smith, University of California, Berkeley • Rob Wright, Johns Hopkins Medicine
CE Contact Hours: 1 • RML Offerings about Research, Subject Specific Resources
Panel Discussion.
Duke University Medical Center Library
DUMC 3702
10 Searle Drive
Durham NC , 27710

Teaching and Leading EBM: A Workshop for Teachers and Champions of Evidence-Based Medicine

Contact: Megan von Isenburg
Contact: 919.660.1131 Fax: 919.684.5906 - http://sites.duke.edu/ebmworkshop/ - Mid-Atlantic region
This workshop is an intensive and interactive 4-day session designed to develop the knowledge and skills required to practice and teach evidence-based care. The primary audience is teachers and educators (clinicians, nurses, librarians, etc.) of evidence-based medicine. Sessions will feature a mix of both small and large group discussions, interactive lectures, and case-based studies. Participants will spend 36 hours in active and assigned course work. As a key workshop highlight, attendees will be assigned a dedicated small-group mentor to guide them in achieving personal goals and objectives. April 7-10, 2015. For more information see: http://sites.duke.edu/ebmworkshop/
CE Contact Hours: 32.5 • Face to Face about Evidence Based Health Care, Teaching/Instruction
Lecture, Demonstration, Discussion, Brainstorming, Sharing/Self-disclosure, Role Playing, Gaming, Hands-on Exercises, Case Method, Case Study, and Problem-based.
US National Library of Medicine
38A Center Dr.
Bethesda MD , 20894

The Insider's Guide to Accessing NLM Data: EDirect for PubMed

Contact: Mike Davidson and Marie Collins, Sarah Helson, and Kate Majewski
Contact: - https://dataguide.nlm.nih.gov/classes.html - All region
This series of workshops will introduce new users to the basics of using EDirect to access exactly the PubMed data you need, in the format you need. No prior Unix knowledge is required; novice users are welcome! This series of classes involves hands-on demonstrations and exercises, and we encourage students to follow along. Before registering for these classes, we strongly recommend that you: Watch the first Insider’s Guide class “Welcome to E-utilities for PubMed”, (see https://dataguide.nlm.nih.gov/classes.html) or be familiar with the basic concepts of APIs and E-utilities. Be familiar with structured XML data (basic syntax, elements, attributes, etc.) Have access to a Unix command-line environment on your computer. Install the EDirect software. Information on technical requirements and software can be found at: https://dataguide.nlm.nih.gov/edirect/install.html#unix-command-line-environment
CE Contact Hours: 4.5 • e-Learning about NLM Databases, Technology/Systems
Lecture, Demonstration, and Hands-on Exercises.
National Institutes of Health Library
10 Center Drive
MSC 1150
Bethesda MD , 20892

Data Sharing and Reuse: Roles for Health Sciences Librarians

Contact: Lisa Federer
Contact: 301-594-6283 - Mid-Atlantic region
Funders and journals increasingly are requiring biomedical researchers to make their research data available, and meaningful use criteria also call for clinicians and hospitals to share data for public health purposes. Librarians’ expertise with information organization makes them invaluable collaborators for researchers who want to share their data or locate datasets for reuse and reanalysis. This course will provide librarians with tools and skills to help support data sharing and reuse. Participants will learn about policies regarding data sharing, how to assist researchers to prepare data for sharing, and how to locate and prepare datasets for researchers to reuse. The course will also introduce participants to free software to facilitate sharing and organization of data.
CE Contact Hours: 4 hours • Face to Face, Hands-on about Research, Technology/Systems
Lecture, Demonstration, Discussion, Hands-on Exercises, and Problem-based.