We hope this message finds each of you healthy and well in these continuingly uncertain times. The Executive Board recently met to discuss the future of GHSLA and we have three options to offer to membership. These scenarios will be discussed at the Dec 10th meeting (10-11am) and an in-meeting poll will be conducted. Overview of options and meeting link was sent out via the GHSLA listserv. If you did not receive the message, let Emily Lawson know and she will forward it to you.
Please attend if you are able. If you are unable, reach out to an executive board member to make your preferences known as soon as possible.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
On behalf of the GHSLA Executive Board,
Shannon Glover, President
Emily Lawson, President-Elect
Kimberly Powell, Past President
Kate Daniels, Treasurer
Lachelle Smith, Secretary
Carolann Curry, Web Communications Coordinator
The Georgia State University Library seeks a highly motivated, dynamic, and innovative professional to build the Library’s connections with the sciences, including the Department of Biology, Department of Chemistry, Institute for Biomedical Sciences, and Neuroscience Institute. The position also collaborates with other librarians in providing outreach and services to health professions, public health, nursing, and other academic programs dependent on the candidate’s background and experience.
For more information on the position, click here.
The editors of the column, “Patient/Patron Perspectives” in Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet are looking for information professionals in any type of library (public, academic, hospital, or special) interested in writing for this column.
This column is intended to illustrate the perspectives of consumers of health information found on the Internet. The column provides an arena for consumer and health-sciences information professionals to share their use, attitudes, beliefs and understanding of health-related information found on the Internet.
Some examples of past column topics are: innovative new consumer-health programming in libraries, good and bad sources for consumer-health information, care-giving of loved ones from the librarian’s perspective, cyberchondria, and enhancing access to mental-health resources. The emerging consumer-role can have implications for health care relationships. Each article in the Patient/Patron Perspectives’ column will focus on consumers of health, and their perspectives on consumer-health found on the Internet.
Any librarians interested in submitting comments or material for publication should contact Mary Ellen Nolan, MLS, AHIP and Amy Knehans, MLIS, AHIP. Please send abstracts of 50-200 words with the e-mail subject line PROPOSAL FOR JCHI ARTICLE.
Please click this link for the revised meeting agenda.