Greetings from the Chair:
Welcome to the new History of the Health Sciences blog, “The Incipit”. At the HHSS business meeting in May, we decided to move from our section newsletter, also named “The Incipit”, to a blog. Our hope is to write more frequently and informally. We will continue to use
For the last couple weeks I have been spottily scheming and creating a plan of attack for my MLA-Mosiac’16 trip. I had signed up for two CEs, downloaded the app (which has not-literally saved my life), studied the program like a good little academic and made notes, jumped through all of...
I have been working quickly to transition from student to professional; which is much like being the ugly duckling for much longer than hoped. One way I have found to be extremely helpful in regards to blossoming into a professional librarian (AKA swan) is through continuing education.
The goals for the CE were to talk about: vision and the brain, color, the toolkit, storytelling, and how the library fits. Needless to say I was stoked. The first question is what is data visualization?
Are you familiar with Schwartz Rounds? This is a great opportunity for hospital librarians to proactively connect with clinical staff to support compassionate care for both patients and the staff.