March 10

CRC Luncheon: Updates that Affect You

NC TraCS has been working diligently with other offices on campus to help facilitate the conduct of clinical research studies here at UNC. Join us for a free lunch so that we can share with you projects that have been completed and those that are in progress.

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Translational Technologies Workshop

Join Oscar Alzate, PhD, for a presentation on "Analysis of Post-Translational Modification of Proteins: New Methods to Study Biological-Relevant PTMs using Differential Display Quantitative Proteomics."

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CTRC Educational Session- Vital Signs & Infection Control

The learning objectives for this session are to review standards of practice for assessing, measuring and monitoring vital signs and to review infection control policies and implications.

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Translational Technologies Workshop

Join David Smalley for a presentation on "Relative Quantitation of Complex Protein Mixtures and Characterization of Post-translation Modifications Using Modern Proteomic Approaches."

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PM&R Lecture: The Spine Center Concept

UNC Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation will host a guest lecture: Brian A. Casazza, MD, from Athens Regional Spine Institute will speak on "The Spine Center Concept."

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Call for Nominations: 2011 Thomas Jefferson Award

The Thomas Jefferson Award was established in 1961 by the Robert Earll McConnell Foundation. It is presented annually to "that member of the academic community who through personal influence and performance of duty in teaching, writing, and scholarship has best exemplified the ideals and objectives of Thomas Jefferson."

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Integrated services provide new CME credit option

As part of an ongoing effort and to better support the health care professionals at UNC Hospitals, the UNC Health Sciences Libary (HSL) and the WebCIS team at UNC Health Care have been working together to provide a new and easier way for UNC Health Care professionals to accrue CME credit.

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HSL launches new blog

HSL launches new blog

The UNC Health Sciences Library (HSL) launched a new blog (ILoveMyHSL.org) on Feb. 14 designed to encourage anyone who interacts with the HSL to share their stories and/or comments about what it is they love about the library - resources, services, people or anything else.

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First Consult cancelled: Alternatives available

In order to maintain the majority of our online resources, and after careful consideration, the UNC Health Sciences Library (HSL) has decided to cancel First Consult.

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May 9 Workshop: Asian scholars writing for publication

Do you want to write for publication, but don’t know where to start or how to find the time? Writing for publication is difficult for most faculty and practitioners, and this program will help by giving you the tools to publish scholarly manuscripts. The workshop is sponsored by the School of Nursing Center for Lifelong Learning, but is open to all health professionals

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Help improve interlibrary loan & delivery services

Have you ever tried to get an article or a book that the Health Sciences Library (HSL) doesn’t have? We want to know about your experiences obtaining articles and/or books, your expectations, and any ideas you may have to improve the services.

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Caring for Yourself is Caring for Your Child

Caring for Yourself is Caring for Your Child

The UNC School of Medicine and Duke Health are collaborating on a program named Caring for Yourself is Caring for Your Child, which encourages parents of children with eating disorders to engage in self-care. Read the following article written by Cynthia Bulik, PhD, Director, UNC Eating Disorders Program about the program.

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The cardiovascular disease epidemiology seminar series

The topic will be, "Effect of calcium supplements on risk of myocardial infarction and cardiovascular events: meta-analysis," presented by John A. Baron, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine, on March 15. The seminar series is sponsored by the Department of Epidemiology in the School of Public Health.

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Faculty: Please take this 3-minute survey regarding medical education

Dr. Michael Meyers has put together a survey to gauge faculty opinion as to the importance of obtaining competence of basic technical skills during medical school.

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