Register Now: MEDLI Spring 2021 Meeting

The Healthy Libraries Program (HeLP)

When:

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

9:15 AM- 10:30 AM

Register By Friday May 28th:

Zoom Meeting (Hosted by LILRC) (Instructions will be sent to you when you register.)

Professional Development Hours: 1 (.1 CEUs)

An inter-professional team addressing the health needs of public library patrons. The Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (HeLP) is an interdisciplinary team of nursing, social work, public health, and library science students whose aim is to provide evidence-based health information, screening, and case management to a diverse community of patrons in a public library setting. Students refer patrons to appropriate local health and social services programs as needed, with the goals of improving overall health and wellness to decrease health disparities.
The program has been in effect since the spring of 2020, and there are currently five partnering libraries in Suffolk County, with many more libraries currently requesting the services of the HeLP team.

Presenters:

HeLP Program Coordinator, Gabriella Pandolfelli will be presenting, along with HeLP interns Meave Gallagher (LIS student), Nicole Malley(LIS) student and Winnie De Los Santos (MPH student).

SCHEDULE:
Sign on starts at 9:15 AM.
Speaker 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
MEDLI Meeting to follow 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM.

The presentation portion of the program is free and open to all. MEDLI Business Meeting follows the presentation and open to MEDLI Members. To join MEDLI or renew your membership click here.

Please contact us in advance if you will need an accommodation that will make the event accessible to you.

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