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Seema B. Oct 15
Today was my first day as a Medical Librarian. Fitting that it's National Medical Librarians Month.
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Patrick Oct 10
Come work at the National Library of Medicine! We're looking to hire: * 3 new supervisors * 20 (!) recent Master's graduates in LIS, informatics, chemistry, biology, , etc. Apply soon! Please share!
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Nikki Dettmar Oct 16
I love me some armadillos but OMG our new river otter is ADORBS! Support scholarships , just ordered mine
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Strauss Health Sciences Lib Oct 16
Did you know that in one study of health professionals, 86% reported that information provided by clinical librarians had a positive impact on care they provided to patients? How can we help you improve your patient care today? Let us know!
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Angela Spencer Oct 10
friends- I am officially announcing that in a month I will be changing jobs and will be a Health sciences reference librarian at Saint Louis University.
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carolynthelib Oct 16
Just came across this description in a systematic review methodology: "For studies not published in English we used Google Translate to translate relevant journals to English" -- Am I out of the loop? Is Google Translate really this good?
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Bethany McGowan Oct 16
I just had the most stimulating convo with a first-year ph.d. student on controlled vocab, boolean operators, and the use of wildcards in PubMed. We both got really excited and it made my day. 🤓😎
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Emily Vardell Oct 14
When your conference asks you to make superhero costumes out of extra promo materials!
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Angela Spencer Oct 15
what do you use to keep track of literature in your area of interest? (You personally). Saved searches, app, TOC, other? I use Read, but know it doesn’t capture some library journals because it only looks at PubMed.
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Cait Oct 15
Validation of five search filters for retrieval of clinical practice guidelines produced low precision. J Clin Epidemiol. 2019 Oct 11.
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Billie Anne Gebb Oct 16
There's no term for "Medical Assistants"?? I don't think "Medical Laboratory Personnel" are the same thing.
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Eccles Health Sciences Library Oct 14
The EHSL's beautiful herb garden isn't just for decoration--everything planted there has had historically medicinal uses. Once upon a time, this lovely cranesbill geranium (Geranium maculatum) was used for headaches
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Chris Bishop Oct 15
I think something is up with Ebsco, specifically ASP, CINAHL, and Business Source. Getting no results from these, I have a call & ticket in but not a lot of answers. PsycInfo was working.
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P. F. Anderson 5h
The Ninth International Congress on Peer Review and Scientific Publication A Call for Research
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nina exner 6h
What do the research agenda documents of library professional associations at about the research priorities and needs of librarians? and colleagues. May be of interested innovation and research hub!
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Medical Library Assn Oct 15
It’s National Medical Librarians Month! MLA honors you as medical librarians are the greatest resource we have when looking for reliable, trustworthy health information. Medical librarians, visit to download the PDF of this year’s poster.
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Laura Menard, MLS Oct 15
Q: What’s the scariest thing in the library? A: Booooooooks 👻 👻 👻
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UCF COM Library 4h
Nice work, ! Congratulations on an excellent presentation!
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Adela Justice 8h
FYI there will be a quiet room at !
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Kate Nyhan 12h
and other academic librarians only see the tip of the annoying/distracting ads in licenses content iceberg, because we mostly have adblockers set up Kudos to our collection dev librarian Lindsay Barnett, who turns them Adblock off to see the real extent of the problem :(
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