January 18th, 2010

Free CE webinar series: Health Indicators

Where was the promotion on this joint Medical Library Association/National Library of Medicine free distance learning series that I completely missed until now?

Beginning this Wednesday (as in tomorrow for most of you reading this!) at 1pm Eastern (10am Pacific) and continuing each Wednesday through February 10th there will be a 4-part series exploring the role of health indicators and their data sources, how to use the Community Health Status Indicators (CHSI) effectively, how librarians can become more involved with improving the health of their communities & ways in which CHSI data can be used to work with public health, and examples of new health indicator projects.

Get the scoop on the class webpage and register for one, some or all of the webinars. The registration for this is through the University of Michigan School of Public Health(?). Note the button at the bottom where you can select  to register for one webinar or also register for another one… but you’ll have to enter your data all over again for each session.

You’ll receive confirmation emails but they don’t include the webinar URL, which is on the class page as the session title hyperlinks (https://webmeeting.nih.gov/healthindicators/) and registered participants will receive 1 hour of MLA CE for each 1 hour webinar attended & evaluation form completed.

Thanks MCR!

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4 Responses to “Free CE webinar series: Health Indicators”

  1. Rachel says:

    Thanks for sharing this, Nikki!

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  3. Sheila says:

    We have it up on our blog now, SEA Currents. I thought it was posted already but maybe not. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Nikki says:

    Thanks Sheila! I meant ‘other than NN/LM’ for promotion, as in a few weeks ago from MLA instead of ‘Oh by the way this starts NOW’ which seems like a strange way to promote such a valuable series!

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