National Library of Medicine Exhibits: Managing Information Around Public Health Emergencies and Pandemics

Source: National Library of Medicine [National Institutes of Health] (NLM). Published: 2/14/2019. Speakers in this one-hour webinar from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Disaster Information Management Research Center (DIMRC) discuss several new DIMRC activities, the NLM Exhibition Program ’s new Exhibitions Connect initiative, and the activities of the NLM Web Collecting and Archiving Group. The first speaker details the CHEMM program’s new information about fourth generation agents, and NLM’s events at the 2019 Preparedness Summit on March 26-29. The second speaker highlights the Exhibition Connect initiative’s new exhibition, Politics of Yellow Fever in Alexander Hamilton's America. The third speaker discusses how NLM’s Web Collecting and Archiving Working Group collects born-digital web resources on public health emergencies, such as the Ebola Outbreak of 2014, the 2016 Zika Virus health threat, and most recently, the ongoing opioid epidemic. (Video or Multimedia)
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