The live session took place on Thursday, August 13. You can access the recording of the session by selecting the "Access recording" button and using password: GPs*P9qB
Session Format: Panel discussion Objective: Recognizing the important role that public libraries play in the health and wellness of their communities, NNLM funding has enabled academic health sciences and public librarians across the country to make precision medicine and health literacy primary components of their institutional programming. Four librarians will share stories of collaboration with multiple community stakeholders to lead their communities to quality health information while raising awareness of All of Us. From their successes and challenges, discover tips, techniques, and resources to develop similar community engagement strategies for your health outreach endeavors. Instructional
Methods: With a focus on improving health literacy around the country for populations Underrepresented in Biomedical Research (UBR), as well as raising awareness of the NIH All of Us Research Program, four librarians will share examples of their collaboration efforts. Handout materials and a video will introduce participants to the All of Us Research Program, which was the funding source for the initiative. Participant Engagement: Minimum of 15 minutes for Q&A with panelists Sponsors: National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM); University of Iowa, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences; University of North Texas Health Science Center; University of Chicago, John Crerar Health Science Library; The Ohio State University Health Science Library
Upon completion, participants can describe how two academic health science libraries and two large public library systems partnered for community health literacy.
Upon completion, participants will be able to adopt strategies shared by the presenters in an effort to develop their own community health literacy outreach program(s).
Upon completion, participants are capable of sharing three facts about the NIH All of Us Research Program