[mla-nynj] Disaster Health Information Resources: On the Road to Specialization

Harvey, Missy mjharvey at pitt.edu
Fri Oct 17 16:37:28 UTC 2014


Disaster Health Information Resources:  On the Road to Specialization
UNYOC Annual Meeting CE
http://www.unyoc.mlanet.org/blog/annual-meetings/unyoc-2014/
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 / 1 - 5 pm (ET)
Disaster Health Information Resources: On the Road to Specialization
Instructor: Michelle Burda, Network & Advocacy Coordinator for the NN/LM MAR
Meeting the demand for Ebola information has been challenging.  This class will be a great way to learn where to find quality and reliable information to meet the needs of your healthcare professionals and community.  Infectious disease is not usually considered a health disaster but we know the Ebola virus is not a normal virus.
The Regional Medical Library of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Middle Atlantic Region is rolling out training for the Disaster Information Specialist Program.  We are offering you an opportunity to combine the content of Disaster Health Information Sources:  The Basics and Packing Your Digital Go-Bag:  Essential Disaster Health Information on Your Mobile Device for 4.0 MLA CEUs by attending this session.
Participants are encouraged to bring their smartphones, iPads or some type of device that you can use to access the internet and mobile apps.  This is an interactive class with an emphasis on searching the resources covered in the class.  This course is open to anyone -not just librarians!
For more information or questions contact Michelle Burda: mburda at pitt.edu<mailto:mburda at pitt.edu>  and
http://disaster.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/disasterinfocurriculum.html

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