Thursday, January 14, 2021
Register MLA Jan Webinar "Expand Your Research Impact Services" on Jan 28 @ 2:00pm - 3:30pm EST
The MDMLG Professional Development Committee has received funding from the NN/LM GMR to host an upcoming MLA webinar “Expand Your Research Impact Services” on Jan 28, 2021 from 2:00-3:30 pm EST.
Please complete this registration form
to view this webinar or the recording up to 180 days past Jan 24, 2021.
As per usual, access codes will be provided on a first come, first served basis to the first 25 member registrants
. As this is a benefit for our membership, MDMLG members will receive CE priority.
If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Wu, members of the MDMLG Professional Development Committee, at email@example.com
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 1:04 PM
Monday, November 09, 2020
Mark your calendars for these upcoming MDMLG events:
Winter MDMLG Meeting
Friday, January 29, 2021
The guest speaker will be Kara Gavin, Research and Policy Media Relations Manager@ U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI). She will present on misinformation, how social media and other similar websites and applications delivering health information, focusing on Covid-19 but also other health issues relevant to the public. Event time TBD.
Spring MDMLG General Business Meeting
Thursday, March 25, 2021 - 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Joshua Thomson, PhD and David Fischer, PhD - microbiologists/ immunologists from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry will present on the topic of viruses, vaccines in general, and the COVID-19 vaccine in particular. Program will likely be followed by an online journal club article discussion worth 1 CE.
Summer Luncheon & Educational Event
Thursday, June 3, 2021
Portofino in Wyandotte
Program - To be determined
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 2:52 PM
Wednesday, October 07, 2020
It’s that time of year again: the MDMLG annual membership drive for 2020-2021.
To renew your current membership or to become a valuable member of MDMLG, please complete the membership form at http://www.mdmlg.org/membership-renewal.htm
. Memberships paid and received by January 1, 2021 will carry voting privileges in the 2021 MDMLG Election.
Types of MDMLG membership:
Membership provides great benefits, including, but not limited to:
Becoming part of the network with health information professionals who have the same interests and concerns
Free or discounted continuing educational opportunities for professional development
Opportunity to serve on the MDMLG executive board and committees
Access to Members-only portion of the MDMLG web site
Providing a sense of belonging to a community of health information professionals
Your membership will strengthen the organization and expand the professional network of health sciences/medical librarians in the Metropolitan Detroit area and beyond.
MDMLG Membership Services
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 4:38 PM
Friday, August 28, 2020
MDMLG General Business Meeting and MLA Webinar
MDMLG Professional Development Committee has received funding from the NN/LM
GMR to host the MLA webinar, “Librarians
are Teachers: Applying Theory to Help Adults Learn” on October 13, 2020!
Please complete the
registration form to save your spot for the upcoming combined Fall 2020 Virtual
MDMLG Business Meeting, and viewing of the 1.5 MLA CE Webinar. You may register
for the business meeting and real-time MLA Webinar viewing or to watch the MLA
Webinar recording on your own time.
The meeting will take
place on Tuesday, October 13,
2020 from 1:00pm – 3:30pm EST via Zoom (link
- 1:00 - 1:50pm : Business Meeting
- 1:50 - 2:00pm : Break/Networking Time
- 2:00 - 3:30pm : Webinar Viewing
As per usual, access codes will be provided on a first come, first
served basis to the first 25 member registrants.
have any questions, please contact Bethany
Figg, member of the MDMLG Program and Professional Development Committee.
link to copy/paste: https://cmichcba.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_881i4wIk7nmR9hr
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 12:37 PM
Friday, May 29, 2020
MDMLG Scholarship Winner - 2020
Congratulations to Leah Minadeo
who is the winner of the MDMLG Scholarship this year! Leah is a student in the Wayne State University School of Information Sciences program, and will be graduating in Spring 2022. She will be recognized at our upcoming Virtual Summer Luncheon & Meeting on June 4th.
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 9:46 AM
Friday, April 10, 2020
Introducing the New MDMLG Officers
Introducing the new officers:
President-elect -- Margaret Hoogland
Treasurer -- Gina Hug
Membership Services Chair -- Steven Moore
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 10:18 AM
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
New MDMLG Informational Flyers
Elizabeth Bucciarelli, the MDMLG Outreach Board Member, along with Michelle Rau, the WSU Student Representative for MDMLG, have created two brochures in order to market MDMLG to librarians and students.
MDMLG Informational Marketing Flyer for Students
MDMLG Informational Marketing Flyer for Librarians
Have you considered working in a Medical Library?
They have been linked on several of our MDMLG web site pages. Feel free to use these flyers with your colleagues and any librarian events you attend.
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 11:52 AM
Friday, November 01, 2019
The latest issue of the MDMLG Newsletter can be found here --
There are articles on the recent MHSLA Conference in Lansing, the Original Magnet Nurse, and Marketing the Medical Library.
Thanks to Marilyn Dow and her Newsletter Committee!
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 4:49 PM
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Have you ever wondered who the previous MDMLG presidents
are? Looking for the name of a speaker at one of our previous
meetings? Need to know the exact name and date of a MDMLG CE class for
your CV or AHIP application?
We are celebrating the 20-year anniversary of our MDMLG web
site this year! The site began in 1999, and most of our information
(executive board, committee rosters, meeting minutes, treasurer reports, etc.)
date back to 1999. The Nominating Committee slates and election results
go back to 1970. And the Newsletter index dates back to 1989.
Take a walk back through MDMLG history. You’ll come
across names of people that you haven’t thought about in years. And it’s
always fun to look at old photos –
Posted by Valerie Reid @ 1:17 PM