Monthly Archives: March 2017

Lexicomp app – renew or download!

It’s time to renew (or install) your Lexicomp app! Lexicomp is a comprehensive clinical drug information app  including Lexi-Drugs, a drug interaction tool, and an extensive library of clinical calculators.  Lexicomp is available both via web access and as an app that you can install … Continue reading

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Predatory Publishing: What You Don’t Know, Can Hurt You!

Predatory publishing is a growing problem for faculty, researchers, and librarians. Predatory publishers may appear legitimate at first glance, promising quick peer review and name recognition, but in fact have little or no editorial control or peer review, and ultimately, … Continue reading

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NIH Public Access Policy: What You Need to Know

Himmelfarb Library’s spring series, Updates in Scholarly Communications: Publishing, Impact, and Visibility, will sponsor a session on the NIH Public Access policy. Compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy: What You Need to Know is essential viewing for recipients of … Continue reading

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Research Day posters – now even better!

How to Present Your Poster and Wow the Judges! On Wednesday, March 22 from 12 noon to 1 p.m., you can get feedback from experienced faculty on your Research Day poster and presentation.  In this session, you will learn what … Continue reading

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Library hours – Tues March 14

Himmelfarb Library will close at midnight on Tuesday, March 14 due to inclement weather. Himmelfarb Library is open for a study hall until noon today. The library’s front desk will be staffed from noon to midnight. Reference is offering chat services from … Continue reading

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Submit to the 30th Annual Himmelfarb Library Art Show!

A Gene Davis Color Field by Dr. Frank Slaby Today begins the submission period for this year’s Art Show.  Between today, March 13th, and March 31st, drop off your masterpieces at the Reference Desk. The Reference Desk is open 8:30am … Continue reading

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Professionalism on social media?

Does learning about social media issues help students identify professionalism issues and recognize positive social media use? A new article by GW faculty that answers these questions was recently published in Teaching and Learning in Medicine. In The Development and … Continue reading

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PILOTS for PTSD information

The PILOTS database (Published International Literature on Traumatic Stress) can assist researchers in finding publications on post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other types of traumatic stress.  PILOTS is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs but does not … Continue reading

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PubMed – Find info fast with filters!

Himmelfarb Library‘s PubMed filters have been updated to help you find information fast! PubMed‘s filters appear for every search you execute and provide shortcuts to identify specific types of articles.  Himmelfarb Library’s PubMed filters are designed to support evidence-based practice … Continue reading

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Research Day: Show Off Your Data!

Get ready GW Research Days with this workshop! Workshop: Do you need to create graphs for your poster? The workshop will teach you how to create Excel graphs, pie charts and tables to help display your data. Date: 03/07/2017 Time: … Continue reading

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