Health information library

HLA/MedicalDirector Digital Health Innovation Award: Application form

The HLA/MedicalDirector Digital Health Innovation Award is funded by MedicalDirector and maintained by the ALIA Health Libraries Australia group. The Award focuses on innovation projects in health care information delivery with practical outcomes. 
The Award is presented annually at a relevant HLA (ALIA) event. The recipient/s are to be presented with a certificate and $3,000 to implement the innovation or further their (or their team’s) professional development in the area of the innovation.

Special libraries and COVID-19: Lessons learned and future directions

Speaker notes for this presentation which discusses:

  • Highlights of the HLA Survey results Australasian Health Libraries responses to the COVID 19 pandemic.
  • HLA Initiatives in response to the COVID 19 pandemic.
  • Redeployment: my journey from the Library to the Emergency Department.
  • Insights into Library responses from the international literature.

Special libraries and COVID-19: Lessons learned and future directions [slides]

This presentation (PowerPoint slides) discusses:

  • Highlights of the HLA Survey results Australasian Health Libraries responses to the COVID 19 pandemic.
  • HLA Initiatives in response to the COVID 19 pandemic.
  • Redeployment: my journey from the Library to the Emergency Department.
  • Insights into Library responses from the international literature.

Digital Health Literacy screen display template (vertical) [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

Digital Health Literacy screen display template (horizontal) [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

Digital health banner template [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

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