The Georgia Health Sciences Library Association (GHSLA) is a professional organization founded to promote the health sciences in Georgia through activity, communication, and interaction among those involved or interested in health sciences librarianship.
The conference is a great chance for librarians to gather and learn from each other. The conference has a a jam packed schedule including a panel discussion by Carolyn Klatt and me:
2:45 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. Panel Discussion: Library Promotion: Free and Evidence Based. Pulaski Room – Lobby LevelAlisha Miles, MLIS, AHIP, Manager of Library Services, Simon Schwob Medical Library, Columbus Regional Healthcare System & Carolyn Klatt,Reference and Electronic Resources Librarian, Mercer School of Medicine, Savannah. Library Promotion: Free and Evidence Base
The great news is this conference is very affordable, especially since the cost for the CE classes was just reduced to $35. Thirty-five dollars for a 4 hour class on “PubMed Clinics of North America” or $35 for a 6.5 hour class on “Promoting Effective Use of E-Resources,” and it includes lunch! Sign-up for this great deal by March 9th.
I know I am excited to gather with my fellow librarians in Savannah next week and I will be blogging and tweeting from the event. I hope to see some of you there!