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    Friday, August 19, 2016
    MHSLA Conference Program Now Available!


    Registration for the 2016 MHSLA (Michigan Health Science Librarians Association) Annual Conference is open!  The conference will be held on October 12-14, 2016 at the Baronette Renaissance Hotel in Novi, Michigan.

    Want to know more? The full conference program is now available on the MHSLA Conference Site! It includes detailed descriptions of the classes and speakers, as well as the schedule of events and vendors who will be attending. Read more here: http://mhsla.org/home/2016/program.htm

    Other helpful links:
    Registration for Conference: http://mhsla.org/home/2016/registration.htm
    Hotel Registration (MUST BE COMPLETED SEPARATE FROM CONFERENCE REGISTRATION): http://mhsla.org/home/2016/hotel.htm

    Join us for this year’s panel discussion, Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes: Turn and Face the Strain, where a panel of two library directors and an assistant director discuss the radical changes that have occurred in their libraries. Elizabeth Lorbeer, Library Director of the Western Michigan University Homer Stryker School of Medicine will talk about her experience in getting WMU's new medical school up and running. Toni Janik, Library Coordinator Windsor Regional Hospital, has dealt with two hospital library mergers. She will discuss her experiences with consolidating the Hotel Dieu Grace Hospital and Windsor Regional Hospital as well as her initial merger of the Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph's and Salvation Army Grace Hospital libraries. Jean Song, Assistant Director for Research and Informatics at the Taubman Health Sciences Library will discuss the University of Michigan's experiences with going book-less a year out from the project.

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    2016 MHSLA Annual Conference Publicity Committee

    Bethany Figg, MBA, MLIS, AHIP
    bethany.figg@cmich.edu

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    Posted by Valerie Reid @ 9:46 AM   0 comments