Find virtual health programming that's right for your community.
Offering ways to engage with your community online is no easy task, especially around the topic of health information. Instead of planning your own online programming, check out the following programs. Each program comes with downloadable marketing materials you can use to get the word out. It’s as easy as that!
Let us help you promote your virtual program: Use this page to get the word out about your own virtual health program! List your event in a centralized and convenient location with downloadable marketing materials, making it easier than ever for NNLM Members, including public libraries, to promote your upcoming events to their patrons.
Submit an event to begin the review process. All events submitted for publication will be reviewed using our Virtual Event Evaluation Criteria to ensure relevancy to the community engagement goals of the NIH All of Us Research Program.
If you have any questions about the submission process, you can email Holly Stevenson at the NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Center (CEC).
Date: June 24th, 6pm ET
The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) & Association on Health & Disability (AAHD) are proud to present a series of virtual screenings and panel discussions of LIFE INTERRUPTED, an intimate film, featuring empowering stories of breast cancer survivors told through unflinching graphic imagery from the survivor’s perspective. The film will be available up to 7 days in advance of the panel discussion for viewing as well as a live screening immediately ahead of the panel discussion. Following the live screening, attendees can participate in a moderated discussion featuring three breast cancer survivors representing women with disabilities.
Date: Tuesday, August 24th
Time: 8 PM ET | 7 PM CT I 6 PM MT | 5 PM PT
Duration: 45 minutes
What does the current COVID-19 situation mean for your student and family? What can you do?
We invite parents, caregivers, and families to join us on August 24th for a 45-minute conversation online with clinical psychologist and health care advocate Dr. Jane Delgado about the mental health challenges children face while being in school during COVID-19. Get tips and resources on managing anxiety in times of uncertainty.
This program will be in Spanish with English interpretation.
For more information and to register, please visit our Eventbrite page.
Miss an event, or just want to watch it again? Catch a few of our Virtual Health Programs below. For a complete list, view our playlist on YouTube. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified when new programs are added to our calendar.
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