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Slides presented for burnout lookback ACMI_2020_consequences.pdf

Justin B Starren
Slides presented at the burnout retrospective of the American College of Medical Informatics Winter Symposium 2020

Collecting and Acquiring in Earnest (The 14th Annual Health Sciences Lively Lunch): Developments 2013-2014

Ramune K. Kubilius
Handout prepared for and presented in synopsis during a brief (traditional) annual update of interesting and noteworthy trends in the health publishing and health information sectors that occurred or were noticed since the 2013 Health Sciences Lively Lunch at the Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition. (14th Lively Lunch took place on Thursday, November 6, 2014 in Charleston, SC).

MeSH authority records with LCSH mapping data, 2018 : a MARC xml file

Anton J Olson
This is a file of Medical Subject headings (MeSH) authority records with Library of Congress Subject Headings mapping data which is entered into 750, 780, and 788 MARC linking entry fields. The mapping data has been updated to account for changes to MeSH and LCSH between 1990 and 2018. There are 13,222 authority records in this file. The records are in MARC xml format, and the file has been compressed as a zip file.

Collection Development Issues in Health Sciences Libraries (2nd Lively Lunch): Developments 2002

Ramune K. Kubilius & Linda Walton
Handout prepared for and presented in synopsis during the 2002 Health Sciences Lively Lunch at the Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition. (2nd Lively Lunch took place on Friday, November 1, 2002 in Charleston, SC).

Transformational Change (The 9th Annual Health Science Lively Lunch): Developments 2008-2009

Ramune K. Kubilius
Handout prepared for and presented in synopsis during a brief (traditional) annual update of interesting and noteworthy trends in the health publishing and health information sectors that occurred or were noticed since the 2008 Health Sciences Lively Lunch at the Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition. (9th Lively Lunch took place on Friday, November 6, 2009 in Charleston, SC).

Introduction to the oral history project of Northwestern University Medical School, Class of 1952

Betty Marion Hahneman
Includes multiple takes of Betty Marion Hahneman's introduction of the oral history project of Northwestern University Medical School, Class of 1952.

SARS-CoV-2 Serology Studies: A Rapid Review Proposal

Katie Chess, Lisa Ruth Hirschhorn & Mark D Huffman

Searching for the Best Available Evidence: Taking the Quest Beyond the Medical School Community

Q. Eileen Wafford
Presentation in the CALA sponsored program, "Treasure Hunters at Libraries? Why Not!!" on June 24, 2020 during the ALA Virtual Conference, held June 24-26, 2020.

Cost Effectiveness of Hearing Screening in Older Adults: A Scoping Review Protocol

Amber Kimball Hsu, Sarah Margaret Ray Bassett, Linda O'Dwyer, Megan Colleen McHugh, Allen Walter Heinemann & Sumitrajit Dhar

The challenge of social experience for children with disabilities

Carol Eileen Haywood
Proceedings of the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry Research Day 2014, Los Angeles, CA.

Complex narratives among individuals with spinal cord injuries from gunshots

Carol Eileen Haywood
Proceedings of Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry Research Day 2017, Los Angeles, CA.

Uses of NIH Toolbox in Clinical Samples: A Scoping Review Protocol

Corinne H Miller, Rina Sobel Fox, Manrui Zhang, Julie N Hook, Cindy J Nowinski, Kathleen Swantek, Saki Amagai, Jordan Nelson Stoeger, Elizabeth Mc Manus Dworak, Adrianna Bassard, Cat Han, Amy Kovacs Giella, Jessica E Kassanits & Richard Gershon

Comparing Objective and Subjective Measures of Hearing Aid Use: Systematic review protocol.pdf

Alexandra E Brockner

10 Simple Rules for File Organization

Sara Gonzales
Slideshow presentation for the Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center class "10 Simple Rules for File Organization."

Research Protocol for \"Scoping Review: The Science of Physician Caring\"

David Burstein

Identifying Predatory Journals and Questionable Conferences

Annie B Wescott & Annette Renee Mendoza

Logistic Regression: Odds & Ends

Lauren Christine Balmert
Statistically Speaking Lecture Series sponsored by the Biostatistics Collaboration Center (BCC). Presented virtually on May 11, 2020.

White Hat P-Hacking

Omkar Gayathri Venkatesh
Presentation at Biomedical Data Science Day, February 4, 2020.

From MIMIC to Model: Building a workflow to model retrospective clinical data

Garrett Johnson Eickelberg
Contains link to presentation at Biomedical Data Science Day, February 4, 2020.

10 Simple Rules for Data Cleaning with Excel

Sara Gonzales
PowerPoint slides to accompany the Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center class "10 Simple Rules for Data Cleaning with Excel."

Stained Glass Petri Dish

Alexandra Edelbrock & Zaida Lvarez
2019 Honorable Mention, Northwestern Scientific Images Contest. When growing cells outside the body, it is important to give them a safe place to attach and lay down roots. Like how plants need fertile soil, cells need nutrients to survive for long periods of time in a petri dish. One way to address this problem is to coat the surface of the dish with a biomaterial before laying the cells down. Researchers took this image to...

Fuzzy Wooly Ball

Maryam Kherad Pezhouh
2018 Honorable Mention, Northwestern Scientific Images Contest. Actinomycetes are a type of bacteria that are commonly found in soil, but can also be found in humans and other animals. Like many bacteria, they can be harmless, but in some cases can cause disease, especially in patients with weakened immune systems. This image is the gram stain of actinomycetes taken from a patient with a tumor in the esophagus. Pathologists can diagnose disease processes by looking...

Magnetic Nanoflower

Vikas Nandwana
2018 Honorable Mention, Northwestern Scientific Images Contest. This image shows flower-shaped nanostructures, a next-generation technology for treating cancer. These structures are 1000 times smaller than human hair and can be programmed to reach inside targeted cancer cells. They are also magnetic, allowing them to be visualized inside the body by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Identifying Medical Care and Support Models for FGM/C survivors in the United States and Canada: Protocol for A Scoping Review

Jessica Ibrahim Puri

1. PRO Planning Toolkit Overview

Therese Allen Nelson
This file contains a description of this collection of PRO planning tools, as well as a full list of authors at multiple institutions and complete funding acknowledgements.

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