Past Events

Here you can read about some of the past events that were held by the NY/NJ MLA Chapter.

Continuing Education Events

Date Description
September 30, 2013 Demystifying Molecular Biology
February 6, 2013 ABCs of DNA: Unraveling the Mystery of Genetics Information for Consumers
Instructor: Carrie Iwema
April 30, 2012 EBM and the Medical Librarian
Instructor: Connie Schardt
Sept 20, 2010 Communicating with Physicians: for Librarians
Instructors: Bradley Long & Dr. Peter Jocovy
Jun 16, 2010 PowerPoint Alternatives – Webinar
Instructor: Jovy-Ann Rosario
Mar 30, 2010 Master Your Metrics: Understanding Bibliometrics – Webinar
Instructor: Aileen McCrillis
Oct 5&8, 2009 3 by the Sea Trichapter Conference CEs
Oct 30, 2008 Presentation Skills Workshop
Instructor: Carla List Hardy
Mar 4, 2008 Practical Project Management: Getting It Done When You Are The Only One (Or Feel Like The Only One)
Instructor: Pat Wagner
Nov 17, 2006 Emerging Mobile Technologies
Instructors: Gabriel R. Rios and Melissa De Santis
Apr 27, 2006 Super Searcher: Searching the Web
Instructors: Denise O’Shea, MLS
Jun 21, 2005 PubMed for Experts
Instructor: Joan Seidman
April 19, 2004 Introduction to Reference Sources in the History of Health Sciences
Instructors: Patricia E. Gallagher, MLS, AHIP and Stephen J. Greenberg, Ph.D.
Sept 19, 2003 Getting the Message Across
Instructor: helen-ann brown, MLS, MS, AHIP
 Jul 23, 2003 Government Resources in Consumer Health
Instructor: Kathleen A. Moeller, MLS, AHIP
 Mar 26, 2003 Evidence Based Medicine Resources from Ovid Technologies
Instructor: Ovid Technologies
 Winter 2002 Mini-Medical School for Librarians
 Sept 24, 2002 Drug and Pharmaceutical Information Resources
Instructor: Elizabeth Wood, MA, MSLS, AHIP
 Jul 10, 2002 Introduction to Reference Services in the Health Sciences
Instructor: Elizabeth Wood, MA, MSLS, AHIP
 Apr 19, 2002 Mini Medical School for Librarians
Announcement: “The Continuing Education Committee of MLA, New York-New Jersey developed an exciting new program:
the Mini-Medical School for Librarians.”
“The day-long session, designed specifically for librarians who work with health information, provides an introduction to the basics of clinical medicine. A variety of topics are addressed in 45-minute lectures given by health care professionals.”
Sept 24, 2001 Building Medical Vocabulary
Instructor: helen-ann brown, MLS, MS, Librarian, Information Services, Weill Cornell Medical Library
 May 9, 2001 History of the Health Sciences: A One-Day Overview
Instructors: Patricia Gallagher, MLS, AHIP, Special Projects Coordinator, New York Academy of Medicine Library; and Stephen Greenberg, MSLS, PhD, Reference/Collection Access Librarian, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine
 Oct 16, 2000 Allied Health Professions: Information Issues and Resources (* MLA CEU)
Instructors: Ellen Hall, MLS, AHIP, Dana Medical Library, University of Vermont-Burlington and Elizabeth R.Warner, MSLS, AHIP, Scott Memorial Library, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia
Aug 9, 2000
(AM / PM sessions)
Introducing The New Web Docline (3 MLA CEU?)
Instructor: Joanne Jahr, Middle Atlantic Region, National Network of Libraries of Medicine
Site: METRO, New York, NY
 July 18, 2000
(AM / PM sessions)
Introducing The New Web Docline (3 MLA CEU?)
Instructor: Joanne Jahr, Middle Atlantic Region, National Network of Libraries of Medicine
Site: New York Academy of Medicine, New York, NY

Annual Spring Dinners

Date Description
Jun 15, 2010  6:30pm at the East of Eighth Restaurant, Manhattan
Jun 16, 2009 6pm at the El Quijote Restaurant, Manhattan