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ALIAVic Browse&Brunch

ALIA Vic welcomes you to an opportunity for exploration, networking and food.

On Saturday 10 December, come meet people from across the GLAMR sector in our first ALIA Vic event at the end of the working year.

Come browse the lovely Kathleen Syme Library at 10.30am with our tour guide Ben Manolas, then join us after for a tasty brunch at Trotters (398-400 Lygon St, Carlton), a short walk away.

RSVP to eileen.louden@alia.org.au by Wednesday 7 December.

 

Health Information Workforce Summit Employer Engagement

Employers and other stakeholders with an interest in the employment of health information workforce (HIW) professionals in the Australian health system are invited to a Summit to behosted by HIW peak organisations HIMAA, ACHI, HISA and ALIA/HLA with the support of ACHSM.

Aim: To develop a joint action plan for employers and the health information profession’s peak bodies to address HIW shortage and meet configuration changes required by eHealth reform and the rapid digitisation of health information.

ALIA HLA: Advanced Searching workshop (Geelong)

ALIA HLA will be hosting this full day workshop which will be presented by Carol Lefebvre from the UK.

This full day session will provide opportunities to learn new techniques, to discuss best approaches, to share insights and to assess variations in current best practice. The workshop will be facilitated by Carol Lefebvre who is experienced in literature searching to inform systematic reviews and HTAs and in conducting research into the evidence base for information retrieval.

ALIA RAIS (Vic) Seminar - What is it that you really do?

What is it that you really do?

Finding it difficult to navigate your way around today’s new job titles?

Do these job titles mean new or different skills?

 

Discover the hidden meaning and skill sets required in the ever-changing Library and Information Management sector. We have three great speakers:

•       Greg D’Arcy – Socio-informatician (University of Melbourne)

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