Category Archives: Scholarly publishing

Artificial intelligence and augmented reality in gynecology

GW Faculty Dr. Gaby Moawad recently published an article in Current opinion in obstetrics & gynecology on the use of artificial intelligence and augmented reality in gynecology.  In this article Dr. Moawad and co-authors Paul Tyan and Michelle Louie review clinical applications of artificial … Continue reading

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Celebrate Peer Review Week with the Himmelfarb Library!

It’s Peer Review Week and Himmelfarb Library is celebrating this year’s theme “Quality in Peer Review.”  Peer review is vital to ensuring publication quality and there are a number of things you can do to help celebrate this foundational aspect … Continue reading

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GW Writing Center @ Himmelfarb

Are you are currently writing a class paper, working on your CE or writing an article for publication and need help? The GW Writing Center @ Himmelfarb  has posted their Fall 2019 hours! Starting on September 9, the GW Writing Center … Continue reading

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PubMed Full-Text link outage Feb 8-9

The Full-Text @ Himmelfarb links in PubMed will not function correctly from 8 PM on Friday, February 8 through about 8 PM on Saturday, February 9 due to system maintenance.  During this outage, please use the Find It @ Himmelfarb … Continue reading

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Discovery – Translation Acceleration – Community Engagement

Letters of Intent for the CTSI-CN pilot awards are due on January 4, 2019 and you can apply now via the online application! The CTSI-CN offers pilot awards once per year in three distinct pilot programs: Community Engagement Pilot Program, … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Clinician-Educator

What is a clinician-educator? How has medicine shaped the evolution of the clinician-educator? Emeritus faculty Larrie Greenberg describes this change in medical education from his unique perspective as an active participant in this history. In a recent article in Academic … Continue reading

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Europe PMC: Expand your borders!

You may be familiar with the U.S. National Library’s of Medicine’s PubMed search interface and PubMed Central, a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature – but have you heard of Europe PMC? Europe PMC is a repository of life sciences articles, … Continue reading

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