Registration Open for June 29 GMR Webinar, “Health Services Research & Public Health Information”June 8, 2017
(via Molly Roberts, National Network of Libraries of Medicine – Greater Midwest Region)
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine – Greater Midwest Region is offering the class “Health Services Research & Public Health Information: An Introduction to NICHSR ONESearch”. The webinar will take place on Thursday, June 29, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM CST. To register, go here. More information about the class is below.
In December 2016, the National Information Center on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology (NICHSR) released NICHSR ONESearch. This consolidated search site allows researchers to search two unique databases and two specialized web portals with one simple search.
- Health Services Research Projects in Progress (HSRProj)–information about ongoing health services research and public health projects
- Health Services and Sciences Research Resources (HSRR)–health services research and public health research relevant data sets, instruments and software
- Health Services Research Information Central (HSRIC)–links to high-quality news, data/tools/methods and grey literature selected to meet the needs of the health services research community
- Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce (PHPartners)–links to high-quality news, data/tools/methods and grey literature selected to meet the needs of the public health workforce
Join us for this online webinar as we learn more about NICHSR ONESearch, the underlying databases and websites, and when to use each resource! This session will be presented by Patricia Gallagher from the National Information Center on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology office The webinar is part of the GMR’s “Kernel of Knowledge” series. The GMR Office provides one-hour training sessions on topics of interest to Network members several times a year. Formerly known as “Lake Effects”, the new name reflects the GMR’s current initiatives for the 2016-2021 grant.