Category Archives: Audiovisual

Himmelfarb Presents: 3D Printing

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Tableau: (Free) Data Visualization Tool

Bored of the default graphing options on Microsoft Excel? Want to take your data visualizations to the next level? Tableau is a software program which allows users to create stunning visualizations of their data. Users can import data in a number of … Continue reading

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3D Printing at Himmelfarb

Bring your ideas to life as 3D printed objects! Courtesy of a grant from the GW Hospital Women’s Board, Himmelfarb Library now has a 3D printer available to faculty, residents, students, and staff of GW’s School of Medicine and Health … Continue reading

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The 12 cranial nerves (of Christmas)?

How do you learn? Do you know the twelve cranial nerves (of Christmas)? A recent article in Anatomical Sciences Education explores how mnemonics and rhymes can be an important learning strategy.  Read the article to learn more about how mnemonics … Continue reading

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Holiday gift from Himmelfarb: Anatomy App

Want to study heart and lung anatomy?  Other aspects of human anatomy? Do you want an interactive anatomy atlas on your iPad?  Himmelfarb has the Visible Body Anatomy Atlas for you! Visible Body Human Anatomy Atlas provides a new way to … Continue reading

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Revamp Your Teaching with Open-Source Modules

How do you teach?  If you’re interested in adding innovation to your instruction, check out online modules made available by GW faculty! Online teaching materials and modules serve as  great teaching tools in medical education.  GW’s SMHS and CNHS faculty … Continue reading

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Need data? Want graphics?

Want to compare health data between states?   Interested in exploring data via maps, rank,  tables and bar graphs?   Check out the new State Health Compare tool developed by the the  State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) at … Continue reading

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