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Welcome to the 103rd issue of Biofeedback!
- Director's Notes
- SC/MLA Annual Meeting in Mobile, October 26-30
- October is National Medical Libraries Month!
- New Books at the Biomedical Library
- Searching for Articles Written by Nurses
- Resources for Slides and Video Presentations
- AccessMedicine App
- Get Clear, Concise Information on NTIs and Confused Names in Clinical Pharmacology
- MeSH on Demand
- PubMed Health
- Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency of Health Research: EQUATOR
- Community Health Advocates Retreat, 2014
- Faculty Publications: July - September 2014
Thanks to an exciting partnership between TEDMED and the University of South Alabama Biomedical Library, the library will be hosting a live stream of this year’s TEDMED event, titled “Unlock Imagination in the Service of Health and Medicine.” The university community is encouraged to convene and share in free access to the innovative program, comprising more than 70 Talks from transformative thinkers in health and medicine.
Many people are probably familiar with TED, the global movement dedicated to “ideas worth spreading.” TED Talks have been viewed online 2 billion times around the world. TEDMED, created by the same founder, is focused exclusively on health and medicine, and is dedicated to bringing together extraordinary people from all walks of life and blending our unique yet complementary ideas and perspectives.
The TEDMED conference will be broadcast live as it happens September 10-12 in the Baugh Biomedical Library Conference Room (222-A), with an encore performance of sessions five and seven to be shown at UMC in the 3rd floor south conference room on Monday, September 15 at 10am. As university employees those interested in watching from their offices can sign up individually at tedmedlive.org. For more information about the event, contact biomedical librarian Andrea Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org or (251) 461-1424.
Session 1 – "Turn it Upside Down"
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 – 8:00-9:40am
Topics: Telemedicine 3D imaging, placebo research, medical research history, heart disease prevention, medical education and the global physician shortage
Session 2 – “We Just Don’t Know”
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 – 11:30-2:00pm
Topics: Predictive analytics in health care, neuroscience of sleep, gun violence policy, the limits of knowledge, patient decision making, autism
Session 3 – “Flat Out Amazing”
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 – 3:45-5:15pm
Topics: Relieving the global physician shortage, high-tech diagnostics, pushing physical limits, biometrics, syringe innovation, medical catastrophe
Session 4 – “Stealing Smart”
Thursday, September 11, 2014 – 7:30-9:10am
Topics: media and health behavior, insights from animal health, conserving antibiotics, reducing injury with smart garments, obesity as addiction, medical surrogacy, impact of language on health, tissue engineering, clinical trials and patients
Session 5 – “Don’t You Dare Talk About This”
Thursday, September 11, 2014 – 11:45am-1:30pm
Topics: Easing pediatric pain, medical transparency, drug abuse, caregiver shortcomings, patient experience, organ transplant policy
Session 6 – “Play is Not a Waste of Time”
Thursday, September 11, 2014 – 3:30-5:05pm
Topics: Self-motivated mobility, power of play, fine tuning haptic skills, adventurous science writing, interactive 3D health games
Session 7 – “Human Nature Inside and Out”
Friday, September 12, 2014 – 7:15-8:40am
Topics: End-of-life ethics, the neuroscience of anesthesia, short film on the brain, health care facility design, light and health, psychological healing after disease and trauma, bio-inspiration in medicine, digital behavioral health, brain injury diagnostics
Session 8 – “Weird and Wonderful”
Friday, September 12, 2014 – 10:00-11:40am
Topics: Alternative prosthetics, humor and healing, Ig Nobel Prize stories, wearable medical devices, where thoughts and emotions come from, advanced patient adherence technology, synthetic voice technology, science research opportunity, handheld consumer medical devices
Session 9 – “I Was Just Thinking Too Small”
Friday, September 12, 2014 – 1:30-3:00pm
Topics: Nanoparticle drug delivery, health and environmental design, healthcare for indigenous peoples, physiologic impact of stress on children, a no typing required electronic health record system
For more information about speakers and topics, visit www.tedmed.com.
The Biomedical Library will be closed Monday, September 1, 2014 for the Labor Day holiday. We will remain open with regularly scheduled hours for the weekend preceding the holiday and will re-open at 7:15am on Tuesday.
Have a safe and happy Labor Day weekend!
photo credit: McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Men work to construct the interior of the Bankhead Tunnel, 1940
The USA Simulation Lab has purchased Bates' Visual Guide to Physical Examination, and we are pleased to announce that it is now available through the Biomedical Library website. Bates' Visual Guide offers over 8-hours of systems-based examination techniques and clinical skills videos to support health professions' curricula.
Welcome to the 102nd issue of Biofeedback.
- Director's Notes
- Springer Images
- Tech Corner: Free App Update
- Benefits of a My Access Personal Account in AccessMedicine and AccessSurgery
- ClinicalKey Video Guided Tour
- Community Health Outreach to Seniors: a Healthcare Information for Seniors Project Update
- Write Articles? Meet JANE: the Journal/Article Name Estimator
- TEDMED Talks
- World Health Organization Joins PubMed Central
- NLM Launches Value Set Authority Center
- Faculty Publications: May-July 2014
The Biomedical Library will be hosting extended hours this weekend for exam study.
- Friday, July 18 - 7:15am-9:45pm
- Saturday, July 19 - 9:00am-9:45pm
Good luck on your finals!
photo credit: US Library of Congress
The Baugh Biomedical Library will be closed on Friday, July 4 in honor of Independence Day. It will open with regularly scheduled hours on Saturday, July 5.
The Health Information Resource Center at the USA Medical Center will be closed Friday, as well, but will remain accessible with 24-hour key card access through the security desk.
Enjoy your Fourth of July!
photo credit: The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Welcome to the 101st issue of the Biofeedback!
- Director's Notes
- Off-Campus Login Changes
- Increasing Value and Reducing Waste in Research
- Librarians' Roles in Producing Systematic Reviews
- Healthcare Information for Seniors (HCIS) Project
- Create Your ClinicalKey Personal Account
- Electronic Versus Print: Which is Better for Cognition?
- Canopy Medical Translator
- MeSH on Demand: Get Subject Headings from Abstracts
- Faculty Publications: March-May 2014
photo: "Gulf Shores Shrimp Festival 1973" from the Press Register collection of The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of South Alabama
The Baugh Biomedical Library will be closed Monday, May 26, 2014 for the Memorial Day holiday. The Health Information Resource Center will also be closed, but will remain available through 24-hour key card access as usual. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday morning.
Enjoy the holiday weekend!
photo credit: Randy Robertson
The Biomedical Library will be closed due to a planned campus power outage this Sunday, May 18. Since the web server is housed on site, this will also cause the website to be down for several hours.
Biomedical Library resources can be accessed during this time in the following ways:
Marx Library website: http://www.usouthal.edu/univlib/database/medical.html
ALHeLA911.org emergency backup: http://www.alhela911.org/?page_id=9
Please bookmark these sites ahead of time for Sunday availability.