NCNMLG Business Meeting Agenda & Minutes, February 23, 2015

Link to Minutes

Hi all,

Hope you can all join us for our business meeting and program, this Monday. Kay Deeney from the PSRML will also be joining us!

February 23, 9:30 – 12:00
Hoover Pavilion at Stanford Medical Center, room 208 (directions/parking info)

The Teleconference option will open at 9:55
Call 866-740-1260, and enter access code: 2066638
Webinar link to view slides (need to register first):


Potential merger with NCNMLG
RFI for new NLM director:
MLA Chapter Poster
Update on 2016 Joint Meeting
Treasurers Update
Update from Committee Chairs if present
New Business


EPIC Librarians – click here to see slides
Mina Davenport, MLS, CT
Librarians are using their skills to work in many new fields. Mina Davenport will discuss how she learned database navigation, customer service, and “do more with less” to teach an EPIC electronic health record module for 3 months, and to help with the go-live.

Engaging Underserved Patients with Patient Portals – click here to see slides
Stephen Kiyoi, MLIS
The San Francisco Health Network recently launched MYSFHEALTH, a patient portal where patients can access their health information online. Stephen will discuss his work to lead an interdisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, educators, and researchers to engage underserved patients with MYSFHEALTH.

Systematic Reviews for Nursing – click here to see slides
Michelle Henley, MLIS
Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is a global healthcare organization that promotes evidence-based practice in nursing and allied health. Publishing systematic reviews is one of their core functions. Michelle will discuss the training she received to become a JBI reviewer, as well as her involvement in teaching portions of the JBI course for nurses and allied health professionals.

Looking forward to seeing (or hearing) you there!

Stephen Kiyoi, MLIS
President, NCNMLG
Director, UCSF/SFGH Library
LinkedIn * (415) 206-6639

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