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|Wright A.; Thomas B.L.; Asikin-Garmager A.; Wolfe S.M.
|TAKING HEALTH INFORMATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL: STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN NLM AND PUBLIC LIBRARIES
Wright A.; Thomas B.L.; Asikin-Garmager A.; Wolfe S.M. TAKING HEALTH INFORMATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL: STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN NLM AND PUBLIC LIBRARIES,Advances in Library Administration and Organization 43
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|Public libraries are vibrant and trusted community hubs that provide services, support, and resources in a variety of ways that impact the well-being of their communities. The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) partnered with the National Institute of Health (NIH) All of Us Research Program (All of Us) to support libraries to serve as health information resources for their patrons and provide All of Us awareness through community engagement. The NNLM All of Us National Program provides infrastructure and resources to public libraries, such as free training for library staff, health information outreach funding, connections with other organizations, and free programming tools to expand health programming beyond fitness to boost digital and health literacy in their communities. © 2022 by Emerald Publishing Limited.