Himmelfarb Library Faculty Posters and Presentations

 

Posters and presentations created by Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library faculty librarians.

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Submissions from 2005

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Reaching Out to All: Medical Informatics as Service to Diverse Populations in an Academic Medical Center, Patricia Wilson and Richard Billingsley

Submissions from 2004

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Integration of Medical Informatics Curriculum into Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Course for 1st Year Medical Students, Laura E. Abate, Anne Linton, and Patricia Wilson

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Empowering Faculty to Choose: Open Access and Alternative Publishing, Laura E. Abate, Leah Pellegrino, Anne Linton, and Patricia Wilson

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Seize the Power: Librarian Roles in Developing and Implementing Enterprise-Wide HIPAA Training, Shelley Bader and Alexandra Gomes

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2004 MLA Poster, Himmelfarb Staff

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Skyrockets 24/7: A Response to Flat Budgets, Skyrocketing Serials Costs, and Patron Pressure for Increased Access to Electronic Journals, Cynthia Swope, Kathe Obrig, Laura E. Abate, and Anne Linton

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PDA Power at the Bedside, Patricia Wilson, Richard Billingsley, and Leah Pellegrino

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Consortia Purchasing: The Himmelfarb Experience, Patricia Wilson and Anne Linton

Submissions from 2003

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Online Requests: Toward Expanded and Efficient Management, Michael Acadia, Natalie Collins, and Patricia Wilson

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Solutions for the Crisis in Scholarly Publishing in the Sciences, Anne Linton, Leah Pellegrino, Laura E. Abate, and Kathe Obrig

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Evaluation of Evidence-Based Medicine Search Skills in the Clinical Years, Anne Linton, Patricia Wilson, Alexandra Gomes, and Matthew Mintz

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Testing Search Skills in a Real-Time, Cased-Based Setting, Patricia Wilson, Alexandra Gomes, and Anne Linton

Submissions from 2002

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E-Journals - Toward Expanded Access and Efficient Data Tracking, Laura E. Abate, Leah Pellegrino, and Michael Acadia

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"Real-Time" Computer-Based PBL Exam, Matthew Mintz, Patricia Wilson, Alexandra Gomes, and Anne Linton

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Real Time Testing of First Year Medical Students, Patricia Wilson, Alexandra Gomes, and Anne Linton