FORUM Leaders Summit
The Research Specialty Discussion is scheduled for Tuesday, September 8, 2020 from 3:00-3:45 EST. Here is the agenda. To join us use this link https://www.google.com/url?q=https://umich.zoom.us/j/99707184765&sa=D&source=calendar&ust=1596025987373000&usg=AOvVaw2a2RKEDOA-zrid1_Xw-GvW
Thank you for putting together the agenda, Rachel!
Our team was wondering if anyone had partnered with WealthQuotient in the past for prospecting: https://mywealthq.com/methodology/
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Thanks in advance!
We haven't partnered with them. We had a call with a rep at WealthQuotient. Cool concept but felt like we could do something similar in-house for relationship mapping if needed using RelSci, etc.
@Viv Chappell Thanks for your note!
Hi, Lindsey. We partnered with WQ earlier this year in Michigan Medicine and are currently working through the first round of our "HUB" conversations. I'm happy to share our experiences, how we use them in complement to our other tools, and our planned next steps.
Upcoming Research Specialty meetings:
-December 8, 2020 at 3pm Eastern Time
-Topic: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
-March 9, 2021 at 3pm Eastern Time
Topic: Innovation & Best Practices
-Leads: Jessica, Betsy, Sara
-June 8, 2021 at 3pm Eastern Time
-Topic: Advocacy & KPIs
-Leads: KPIs--Viv, Sarah, Rachel; Advocacy--Brock, Dan, Erin
Anyone know where to access Newspaper Archive for free? Or perhaps a similar online resource for viewing/searching print newspapers/publications?
Our team had previously accessed Newspaper Archive for free via an obscure source--the Boyd County Public Library in Kentucky (https://www.thebookplace.org/access-newspaper-archive/). It was a favorite resource for researching family history, employment, etc. It recently became unavailable, so wondering what else people are using. Thanks for any tips!
Do you have access to the University of Wisconsin's library and those databases? If they don't have Newspaper Archive you could try Factiva or one of the ProQuest news databases. I've heard of Newspaper Source too, but have never used it.
@jszadziewicz Thank you for the suggestions!