Consumer Health: An Evidence Based Approach to Complementary and Alternative Medicine
From Steve Beleu, U.S. Government Information Librarian at the Oklahoma Department of Libraries:
"On December 6th Metrodocs (the group of Federal Depository libraries in the Oklahoma City area) will host a free 4-hour afternoon workshop from 1:00 to 5:00 at the University of Central Oklahoma's Max Chambers Library. This event will be co-hosted by the Oklahoma Health Sciences Library Association.
Titled Consumer Health: An Evidence Based Approach to Complementary and Alternative Medicine, it is designed to give attendees an understanding of the history and practice of alternative medicine. This is an Internet-based workshop in which each attendee will use a computer in their Library Instruction room. The workshop is free, but you must be registered to attend.
Who can attend: all library workers, hospital and health clinic staff, university and college staff, anyone engaged in providing complementary and alternative medicine, and the general public. Although this workshop is designed for librarians, anyone interested in Complementary and Alternative Medicine will learn from it.
Our instructor will be Karen Vargas, Consumer Health Coordinator, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, South Central Region.Here is a website where you can read more about this workshop--http://nnlm.gov/scr/edn/cam.htm
To register, please send your name and the name of your library/institution to firstname.lastname@example.org"