Monthly Archives: October 2013

Publishing opportunity for GW faculty, residents and students through Himmelfarb Library: BMJ Case Reports

Join a new group of GW authors by publishing in BMJ Case Reports. GW has a fellowship to BMJ Case Reports through Himmelfarb Library. This means that you currently have access to 7,000+ case reports from 70+ countries, and the opportunity to have your research published. Case reports are published in … Continue reading

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Live Jazz Music – Healthy Living @ Himmelfarb

Take a break, bring your lunch to enjoy a special performance by the GW Jazz Guitar Ensemble under the direction of acclaimed classical/jazz guitarist and faculty, John Albertson. The concert is sponsored by Healthy Living @ Himmelfarb and it is … Continue reading

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E-Resources Access issue – Sat 10/26

Himmelfarb Library is experiencing an access issue today.  Resources are accessible from our Databases webpage for on-campus users and for off-campus users accessing via VPN/GWireless.  Unfortunately, access to information resources using the WRLC login is not available at this time.

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New Open Access Journals: PeerJ and eLife

Open access journals can charge up to $4000 per article to publish, which doesn’t always fit into your research budget. Are you looking for a high quality, low cost alternative for publishing your latest research? Two new open access journals … Continue reading

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Panel: Strategies for Interdisciplinary Publishing Success

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Drugs in breast milk?

Pediatric Care Online has just published an update regarding the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recent report entitled The Transfer of Drugs and Therapeutics Into Human Breast Milk.  In this report, Dr. Hari Cheryl Sachs writes “Many mothers are inappropriately advised to discontinue … Continue reading

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Express Yourself – Art Therapy

Need to de-stress from studying and work? Try Art Therapy and learn how self-expression through the arts can be a powerful method to help you relax…while having fun. Tally Trip, GW Art Therapy faculty, will be hosting an art therapy … Continue reading

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