Pacific Northwest Chapter
of MLA
 

Save the date for the 2015 meeting of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association:

   Taking off in the Jet City: Librarians Reach for the Stars
   October 17-20, 2015
   Seattle, Washington

Join your colleagues for a variety of exciting learning opportunities in the Jet City! Get on board with our welcome reception, hit the runway with the latest research projects at the poster session and paper presentations, explore new destinations with our exciting guest speakers, and let our meeting exhibitors help you reach for the stars. The call for participation is open (extended through June 12) and registration information will be available soon. We hope to see you in Seattle this Fall!


The Pacific Northwest Chapter/Medical Library Association promotes excellence and leadership of health information professionals through education, research and communication; fosters the utilization of information systems and services in support of informed health care decision making; promotes cooperation among library/information services; and represents chapter members' interests to MLA and other groups and agencies.

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Medical Library Association
Founded in 1898, the Medical Library Association is a professional organization of more than 1,200 institutions and 4,000 professionals in the health information field. MLA fosters excellence in the professional achievement and leadership of health science library and information professionals to enhance the quality of health care, education, and research. Members interested in MLA's peer-reviewed professional development and career recognition program should visit the AHIP page. Contact the PNC AHIP Liaison if you have questions about this program. MLA also provides financial support (awards) to health sciences librarians at a variety of levels, including grants, scholarships, and fellowships. MLA has guidelines, tip sheets, and resources for mentoring on their site. Visit the MLA web site at www.mlanet.org and the Connections blog on MLAnet.

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