NNLM NER connects librarians, health professionals, and public health workers with health information in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.New England Region
If your organization provides health information services, become a Network Member to learn about freely available, quality health and science information resources.
NER Graphic Medicine Initiative:
Graphic Medicine is an emerging field that considers the role that comics can play in medicine – including medical education, health literacy, healthcare communication, and much more. Each of these areas include heavy involvement of librarians. The NER Graphic Medicine initiative seeks to provide training and tools, to inform and encourage growth in the use of comics in our work.
Graphic Medicine Book Club Kits
If you are curious about medical comics, want to start a book club in your organization, or just want to learn more about the experience of a specific topic, our Graphic Medicine Book Club Kits can help. Each kit includes six copies of a graphic novel, a quick-guide to reading comics, discussion questions, and topic-relevant MedlinePlus information. Currently there are eleven Book Club Kits available at this time, are only available to organizations within the New England Region (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT).
Graphic Medicine Education & Information
Recordings of previous trainings and events, as well as other educational materials related to Graphic Medicine.
NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Network
The National Libraries of Medicine (NLM) is honored to be selected as a community partner of the NIH All of Us Research Program. Through this collaboration, the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) focuses on consumer access of high quality health information to Underrepresented in Biomedical Research communities throughout the United States while raising awareness of precision medicine and the importance of the NIH All of Us Research Program to enhance medical breakthroughs and advance individualized treatment, prevention, and care for all of us.