MembershipLearn about the benefits of joining our network, and find tools, resources and services for NNLM members.
FundingFind information about NNLM funding, and other sources you can explore beyond NLM and NNLM.
Use our proposal writing resources to boost your expertise in grant-writing, and learn about general best practices for submitting proposals to NNLM.
TrainingExplore resources related to NNLM's wide variety of training opportunities.
Already registered? Find a resource guide to supplement your upcoming NNLM or NLM class.
TopicsBrowse our complete catalog by topic.
Explore tools and programs supported by the NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Network, and learn more about this initiative with the All of Us Research Program.
Find tools and programs you can use to promote citizen science and crowdsourcing in your institution, and learn more about this NNLM priority area.
Looking for health resources you can share? Check out NNLM's consumer health guides to promote quality sources of health information for any audience.
Review subject primers and programs related to managing, storing and sharing data, and learn more about this NNLM priority area.
Explore resources for developing institutional practices around diversity, equity and inclusion, and learn more about this NNLM initiative.
Find tools and programs you can use for emergency preparedness, and learn about quality sources of disaster health information.
Learn more about graphic medicine as a medium for sharing health information, including tools you can use for developing comic-based programs.
Find resources for interpreting health information online, understanding health information, and evaluating literacy levels for health websites.
Explore resources for organizations that provide HIV/AIDS information services, and learn more about this NNLM priority area.
Learn how you can champion health sciences librarianship and increase diversity in the Library and Information Sciences pipeline through this NNLM priority area.
Find localized public health resources, and free programs and tools supported by public health departments.
Bolster your Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) initiatives with quality health information resources, and explore programs and tools you can use to help students consider a career in STEM or the health professions.
Find resources and programs you can use to support patrons living with substance use disorders, and learn more about the NIH HEAL initiative.
AudiencesBrowse our complete catalog by audience.
Find guides and resources for academic libraries and library staff, including community colleges, universities, and other post-secondary educational institutions.
Find guides and resources for hospital libraries, health sciences libraries, and library staff.
Find guides and resources for public libraries and library staff, and learn more about the NNLM public libraries initiative.
Find guides and resources geared toward other library or information professionals.
Find guides and resources for community-based organizations and their staff.
Find guides and resources for college and post-grad educators, such as faculty and staff who provide health programming and instruction to adults.
Find guides and resources for college and post-grad students, including those seeking supplemental learning opportunities.
Find guides and resources for K-12 educators, such as faculty and staff who provide health programming and instruction to children.
Find guides and resources for K-12 students, including children who are seeking supplemental learning opportunities or information about careers in the health professions.
Find guides and resources for public health professionals, public and community health workers.
Regional FocusExplore resources and programs for specific geographic populations in the United States.
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Guides and resources for members in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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Guides and resources for members in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and U.S. Territories and Freely Associated States in the Pacific.
Guides and resources for members in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
Resource SharingExplore tools you can use for scholarly communication and interlibrary loan.
Learn how your institution can use DOCLINE, the National Library of Medicine’s Interlibrary Loan request routing system.
Environmental factors can influence human health, including physical, chemical, and biological factors that are external to a person, and all related behaviors. Collectively, these are referred to as environmental determinants of health (EDHs). Threats to any one of the EDHs can have an adverse impact on the health and well-being of the population. These environmental threats can occur naturally, human-made, or because of social conditions and ways people live. Addressing these EDHs will directly improve the health of the population.
The NNLM will establish a baseline of understanding of EDHs for NNLM members. This area will cover a wide-range of topics that include (but are not limited to) socioeconomic factors, natural and built environmental factors, pollution, climate change, disaster information management, mental and emotional health, rural and urban health, tribal health, access to health care, health advocacy, and sustainability.