Monthly Archives: January 2017

Published?  Now it’s time to promote  

Published?  Now it’s time to promote!   Academic Medicine recently published an infographic describing how to use social media platforms as an individual and with the support of your institution and the publishing journal to get the word out about your … Continue reading

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Health policy information? Himmelfarb has it…

If you’re interested in health policy changes, you can take advantage of Himmelfarb Library‘s online resources to help you keep up to date on what’s going on. These online resources provide access both to the academic literature and legislative news … Continue reading

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Proquest & RefWorks downtime

Proquest systems which include RefWorks will be down for a brief period this weekend for maintenance. The systems will unavailable on Saturday, January 28 from 10:00 PM EST through Sunday, January 29 7:00 AM EST.

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It all starts with a good question

You can’t find the answer without first asking the question.     Academic Medicine recently published an infographic to guide you through the steps of generating a good research question.  The infographic presents the steps for developing a research question along … Continue reading

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Clinical eCompanion

  Clinical eCompanion brings together freely-available medical information into one searchable database, providing for a wide array of resources applicable to primary care.  Clinical eCompanion includes drug information, free full-text PubMed articles, patient education materials, USPSTF recommendations, as well as an ICD-10 lookup … Continue reading

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A sample of sampling  

Convenience sampling or random sampling?  Simple random sampling – or stratified or clustered random sampling?   Academic Medicine recently published an infographic to describe these methods of sampling and their use in health sciences education.   This graphic provides a description of each method of … Continue reading

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Which qualitative research methodology should you use?

Academic Medicine recently published an infographic to differentiate qualitative research methodologies commonly used in health sciences education. This graphic provides a useful snapshot of the goal, unit of study, research question framing, data analysis approach, and potential study outcome for … Continue reading

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