NLM Spring Lectures Continue…

NLM’s spring lecture series continues! The third lecture is tomorrow, Wednesday, April 10th from 3:30-5:00pm. Dr. Andrew Pleasant, Senior Director for Health Literacy and Research at the Canyon Ranch Institute, will be joining us on the NIH campus in Natcher Conference Center, Rooms G1-G2 (lower level), NIH Building 45. Please note that this is a change in location from the two previous lectures.

More information about Dr. Pleasant can be found at: http://www.canyonranchinstitute.org/about-cri/leadership/team/89-andrew-pleasant

Please see visitor information and lecture series details below. We hope to see you there!

This event will be videocast live and archived at: http://videocast.nih.gov.

Thank you to our two wonderful speakers who joined us on March 27th, Drs. Nancy Harrington and Linda Neuhauser. To watch this lecture, or Dr. Gary Kreps’ kick off lecture from March 4th, please visit videocast.nih.gov. Both are available under “Past Events.” Past lectures are listed by date (starting with the most recent).

NIH Visitor Information – Please allow extra time to pass through security.

NIH Visitor Information: http://www.nih.gov/about/visitor/index.htm
NIH Visitor Map: http://parking.nih.gov/visitor_access_map.htm

NIH access
You need a badge to get into all NIH buildings. Please wear your badge at all times (at NIH/NLM). Access badges are issued at the NIH Visitor’s (Gateway) Center. You need a picture ID to obtain an NIH badge. The NIH Visitor’s (Gateway) Center is directly across as one exits the escalator of the ‘Medical Center’ metro rail stop.

The Lister Hill Auditorium is on the first floor of the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications, which also is called Building 38A. The Natcher Building is a short walk from the NIH Visitor’s (Gateway) Center and is across the street from the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications building.

Driving to NIH
Please do not park at NIH. The campus has a shortage of parking spaces and walking distances from parking areas to buildings can be significant. We strongly suggest taking the Metro to NLM. Driving instructions to NIH: http://www.nih.gov/about/directions.htm

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