Health Sciences Library Association of Louisiana

30 members | Louisiana

OUR MISSION
The purpose of HSLAL is to encourage and promote cooperation and communication among the librarians and library managers of health science institutions in the state of Louisiana. To this end, the Association is dedicated to the support of and the furtherance of programs which enhance the objectives of health sciences librarianship.

Membership in the Association is open to all persons interested in health sciences librarianship.

 
OUR HISTORY
The Health Sciences Library Association of Louisiana (HSLAL) had its first meeting in 1976 at the Louisiana Library Association Conference. A second organizational meeting was held in the fall of that same year.

On June 3, 1977, HSLAL members met in Pineville, LA. It was at this meeting that the members decided that HSLAL should remain independent from the Louisiana Library Association and the Louisiana Hospital Association.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

2018 SPRING MEETING IS HAPPENING MARCH 14!
March 2, 2018

The HSLAL Spring Meeting is coming up, so click HERE to check the agenda and fill out a registration form!

RECENTLY UPDATED DOCUMENTS:  BYLAWS AND PROCEDURE MANUAL
March 2, 2018

Click the links to access our most current version of these documents.

BYLAWS

PROCEDURE MANUAL

2018 OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES ANNOUNCED!
October 23, 2017

The HSLAL Fall Meeting was a great success, and the 2018 officers and committees were announced.  Check out the list HERE!

HSLAL FALL MEETING FROM SCC IN ALBUQUERQUE!
October 9, 2017
Updated October 24, 2017


The HSLAL Fall Meeting happened Monday Oct. 16, at SCC in Albuquerque.  Groups in New Orleans and Shreveport attended online through Web-Ex.

Click HERE for the agenda.

Click HERE for the minutes.

FREE CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITY FOR THE MLA CONSUMER HEALTH INFORMATION SPECIALIZATION!
August 15, 2017

The Health Science Library (HSL) at Louisiana State University Health Shreveport (LSUHS) has obtained a National Network of Libraries of Medicine grant to provide education for librarians/information professionals and library staff to obtain the Medical Library Association Consumer Health Information Specialization (CHIS) http://www.mlanet.org/p/cm/ld/fid=329 for free. The specialization is good for three years and is renewable though funds will not be available for free renewal.

Click here for more info:
http://guides.lsuhsc.edu/geauxconsumerla

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wlucas@lsuhsc.edu