Association of Mental Health Librarians (AMHL) -- President's Message
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President’s Message 2016-2017

Association of Mental Health Librarians

Dear AMHL Colleagues,

AMHL MEETING and CONFERENCE
SALIS has graciously invited AMHL to partner with their group again for the 2017 MEETING and CONFERENCE which will be held May 3-6, 2017 in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Information about the conference can be found at: http://salis.org/conference/conference.html

JOINING AMHL AND RENEWAL OF MEMBERSHIP
You can join AMHL as a new member or renew your membership for 2017 at any time during the year.
The membership form can be found at http://www.mhlib.org/forms/membershipform.pdf

UPDATING YOUR AMHL DIRECTORY LISTING
This is also a good time to make sure that your listing in the member directory is accurate. Please send any needed corrections to, Brian Seguin, at brian.seguin@nic.edu.

BENEFITS TO JOINING AMHL
AMHL members enjoy reciprocal interlibrary lending, are eligible for our small grants program, meeting scholarships, and discounts through various publishers such as American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. and Guilford. See http://www.mhlib.org/about.htm#benefits for more information on these great benefits.

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
First-time attendees at the annual meeting may apply for a $500 scholarship for annual meeting expenses. Requirements are: membership for at least 2 years and never having attended an annual meeting. Contact Stuart Moss at moss@nki.rfmh.org for more information.

ABOUT AMHL
The Association of Mental Health Librarians (AMHL) is a professional organization of individuals working in the field of mental health information delivery. Its members come from a variety of settings: inpatient hospitals, academic and research institutions, and psychiatric and psychological agencies. AMHL provides opportunities for its members to enhance their professional skills; encourages research activities in mental health librarianship; and strengthens the role of the librarian within the mental health community. See http://www.mhlib.org/about.htm for more information about AMHL.

Have a great rest of the year and we look forward to 2017!

Sincerely,

Pam Hastings
AMHL President

 

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