MAR 27

Health Happens in Libraries: Prioritizing Patron and Partner Engagement

A webinar with WebJunction and ZeroDivide exploring inventive patron and partner engagement approaches which have been implemented by libraries in conjunction with the initial open enrollment period of the Affordable Care Act.

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Staying attuned to community needs and engaging strong partners to address those needs are hallmarks of 21st century public librarianship. Libraries across the country have implemented inventive patron and partner engagement approaches in conjunction with the initial open enrollment period of the Affordable Care Act, which ends March 31, 2014. Join the Health Happens in Libraries project team for this interactive session, to discuss how your library can integrate these best practices into your local health information service priorities.

Start time: 2:00 Eastern / 11:00 Pacific

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National Network of Libraries of Medicine:

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Marketplace Application and Enrollment:

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation County Health Rankings:  

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Competency Index for the Library Field:

Community Commons:

Rural Assistance Center: Health Insurance Outreach and Enrollment

Health Matters LA Public Library:

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27 March 2014


2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]



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