January in Review

January was the start of the Spring semester as it was for many of my colleagues that work in academic libraries. In this new year, there are still virtual events happening which is fantastic for me.

The list of webinars that I attended: 

Since I am a health sciences librarian, I need to get evidence-based practice(EBP) training and systematic review training. Thankfully, I was able to register for the UNC at Chapel Hill evidence-based training for librarians. This training started in January. The class ends in March. I am looking forward to deepening my understanding of EBP. 

The books that I finished were: 

  • Heavy: An American Memoir by Kiese Laymon
  • Medical Apartheid by Harriet A. Washington

I conducted a literature search for some pieces that I am working on, so I was happy to finally read some articles that I wanted to read for some time now.

Articles that I read: 

I am so glad to share with you my activities from January. Please share with me your thoughts, and I look forward to reading them. 

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