The US-Mexico Border Virtual Health Library is organizing a workshop in El Paso on June 3. From the workshop announcement: “Using a hands-on approach, this workshop will train participants on how to use the online tools available through the U.S.-Mexico Border Virtual Health Library (Border VHL), as well as from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Online Databases, effectively. Furthermore, the workshop will highlight other Web resources tailored to the public health workforce.”
The workshop will be offered as part of the US-Mexico Border Health Association’s annual meeting. Space is limited and pre-registration for the meeting is required. The workshop will be led by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine – South Central Region and the Pan American Health Organization/WHO US-Mexico Border Office.