MLA Mentoring Program
Whether you are new to the profession, in mid-career, or exploring the profession, the Medical Lbraray Association (MLA) can help you meet your career goals. Search online to find a mentor or sign up to become a mentor to your peers.
The MLA Mentor's site will help you find tip sheets, suggested websites, and guidelines to help you be an effective mentor.
- Mentor Agreement
Complete the Mentor Agreement to receive Academy points
- Mentor Guidelines
- Mentor Tip Sheet
- Mentoring Brochure
- Print Resources for Mentors
- Web Resources for Mentors
Visit a Health Sciences Library
There are medical libraries throughout Connecticut that would love to give you an opportunity to see more. You may want to speak with a medical librarian about what it is they do or perhaps you'd like to visit a medical library. Feel free to contact these CAHSL members to gain a peek into the world and work of medical librarianship.
All mentoring opportunities offered by CAHSL conform to the standards and guidelines of the Medical Library Association. Information about MLA standards may be found above. Appropriate paperwork and agreement forms must be completed prior to the inception of any mentor/mentee relationship.
Lori Bradshaw, MSLIS, AHIP
41 Brewster Road, Bristol, CT 06011
P: (860) 585-3239
Specialties: Public Health, Poster and Lightening Presentations, Professional Organizations Leadership
Amy Frey, MA AHIP
Health Sciences Library & Resource Center
Hospital For Special Care
2150 Corbin Ave, New Britain, CT 06053
P: (860) 827-4875
Specialties: Available to mentor new librarians or library students seeking a special project opportunity.
Lyman Maynard Stowe Library
263 Farmington Ave, Farmington, CT 06030
P: (860) 679-3200
AHIP: YesSpecialties: Pedagogy, Marketing, Health IT, Bibliographic Management (EndNote, RefWorks), History of Medicine