Stony Brook’s health sciences librarians are active members of the Medical Library Association (MLA). This year MLA will undergo a major transformation, with its many sections and special interest groups (SIGs) restructuring to provide a more meaningful experience for MLA members.
One of our health sciences librarians, Gregg Stevens, is involved with this transition. He was invited to join a work-group which will provide guidance to MLA’s communities as they become caucuses and align themselves better with MLA’s professional competency domains hubs. He and three colleagues previously researched the role of MLA’s communities and possible ways to improve their value to MLA members.
Gregg’s work starts February 1 and will continue through until June 2020.
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