Librarians Without Borders® Tulane University HINARI Workshop Report: February 6, 2015
Saturday, February 28th, 2015
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA (February 6, 2015)
In February a one day HINARI workshops was conducted at Tulane University, a U.S. based University that has significant history as public health institution with numerous global health projects. This institutions is similar in breath to the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine or Antwerp School of Tropical Medicine
The workshop, titled HINARI Training: Access to Global Health Resources, was hosted by the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. The program planning and local arrangements were ably coordinated by Elaine Hicks, the public health librarian at this institution.
The goal of the training was to develop a group of HINARI users with 21st century information skills who will have a positive impact on evidence-based public health research, policy and clinical decision making. This enable learners to be advocates for information access in LMICs. The course was designed for Individuals from eligible countries who will be returning to their respective institutions and individuals who will have contact with those from eligible countries – either as students or visitors to their US based institutions or during visits to such organizations.
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- Lenny Rhine FMLA, “Librarians Without Borders® Tulane University HINARI Workshop Report: February 6, 2015“, 28 February 2015