The Membership Committee and the Treasurer ask your patience in waiting until the official renewal invoices are released by the NAHSL membership portal on January 1st, 2020. This helps immensely with both managing the membership roll and keeping all 2020 income within the correct year.
If you are a NEW member and wish to join, please wait until January 1, 2020. If you have questions, please contact Valori Banfi, Membership Chair.
Happy Holidays to all.
To join NAHSL or renew your NAHSL membership, you will need to access the NAHSL Membership Portal via "Wild Apricot," our membership management tool. Wild Apricot will allow you to:
Membership in the Chapter is open to individuals interested in the health information professions. For more information, contact Valori Banfi, Chair of the Membership Committee or the NAHSL Chair.
The NAHSL-L Listserv is a forum for the discussion of issues of interest to health science librarians in New England. It is restricted to only active members of NAHSL. The listserv is hosted at the Lamar Soutter Library, University of Massachusetts Medical School.
As a NAHSL Member, we will automatically add you to the NAHLS Listserv and notify you that this has been done. The Listserv is managed by members of the NAHSL Technology Committee.
Questions regarding NAHSL-L should be directed to Len Levin (Leonard_Levin@hms.harvard.edu), NAHSL Listserv Manager.
"Many things will happen to you on the way to your life as a librarian. You may work in different places and have different kinds of jobs. The one constant that will be with you and never let you down is friendship, the kind of friendship that stems from meeting your colleagues in this association environment. Yes, you will learn lots of new things, see the latest technology developments at the exhibit hall, hear some challenging speakers. But most of all, you have, by the end of this meeting, become a part of the…association, a part of a vast congregation of librarians who want the same things you do and who will share their ideas and dreams with you. When you have a problem, you have a wealth of talent in your colleagues. When you need advice, members in this association will be happy to talk with you. The tradition is that we are here for each other. That is something that money cannot buy."
~ Lucretia McClure, AHIP, FMLA (1925-2019)