A health information professional locates, evaluates, synthesizes, and delivers authoritative information in response to biomedical and health inquiries.





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Topic Searching in PubMed: Using the Medical Subject Headings (On Demand)*

Learn how to use the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) for expert PubMed searching in this hands-on, self-paced, online course.
Information Services Systematic Review Services Specialization Free Evidence-Based Practice & Research NNLM/NLM
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Translational Bioinformatics

The major goals of this face-to-face course are to familiarize participants with 1) clinical bioinformatics databases; 2) acquisition of expert level search strategies within these database; and 3) acquisition of human genetics principles and vocabulary.
Information Services Instructor-owned Health Science Librarianship Professionalism
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Treasures of the All of Us Research Data*

The All of Us Research Program is a National Institutes of Health funded initiative to capture and share comprehensive longitudinal health data. This face-to-fae course will provide participants knowledge about the available data and inspire ways to interact with researchers at their institutions.
Information Services Instructor-owned Evidence-Based Practice & Research Data Services Specialization
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Using PubMed in Evidence-Based Practice*

Evidence-based practice is a method for framing clinical questions that will help yield optimal search results. This one-hour, online course will show you how to use evidence-based practice when searching clinical questions using PubMed®, a free research tool from the National Library of Medicine®.
Information Services Free Evidence-Based Practice & Research NNLM/NLM
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Visualizing the Value of Researcher and Institution Publications*

iCite is a free NIH web application using an algorithm to display bibliographic data for a researcher or institution. In this face-to-face class, attendees will learn how to harvest the power of iCite to show the influence, publication area, and citations associated with an author or institution.
Information Services Instructor-owned Information Management
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Wikipedia + Libraries: NNLM*

Gain insight into the value of Wikipedia as a viable reference and build the skills and knowledge needed to evaluate articles on Wikipedia for yourself or your patrons, with a specific focus on health and medical topics, through a four-week, online course.
Information Services Consumer Health Information Specialization NNLM/NLM