Pacific Northwest Chapter of MLA (PNCMLA)

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The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association (PNC/MLA) was established in 1953 as a regional library group representing Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington state. It became an official chapter of the MLA - Medical Library Association (U.S.) in 1978. As an organization of librarians, individuals and institutions interested in health sciences libraries, PNCMLA is committed to:

  • Promoting professional excellence among health care information providers
  • Offering opportunities for education and professional growth
  • Providing leadership in the health care information field in the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
  • Providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information
  • Promoting cooperation among health sciences libraries
  • Representing the chapter and its members before MLA and other organizations

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