The National Institute of Nursing Research has several upcoming programs with an extended application deadline.

 

http://www.ninr.nih.gov/Training/TrainingOpportunitiesIntramural/SGI-GPP-extend

 

Alonzo LaMont


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"Bridging The Gap: Finding Passion in your Research Career" It's today at noon, so skedaddle on down there. Can never have enough passion, am I right? Make sure you RSVP (it's in the link)

http://www.insidehopkinsmedicine.org/news/news_detail_page.cfm?id=11271

 

Alonzo LaMont


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CommComm posted on March 29, 2011 18:27

Katie De Sousa, our crack Library Specialist from Eisenhower, announced there's a virtual plethora of new ACLS Humanities E-books (this brings the total to 2,651 titles, there were 1,062). Katie was kind enough to send along the link to the ACLS search page:

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=acls;cc=acls;page=simple

Alonzo LaMont


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Wake up sleepyhead. It's Monday morning and and we're rolling out some news.....

The National Library of Medicine is updating myNCBI.  MyNCBI can be used to keep track of searches in PubMed, keep collections of articles or bibliographies and keep track of an author’s papers in the process of complying with the Public Access policy.  Read more about it here:

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/techbull/ma11/ma11_myncbi_redesign.html


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Maybe you saw this elsewhere, maybe you didn't. Thursday, March 31st.

http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dGdqVldLM2JDUi1JNGFKR1FmMllmdXc6MQ

 

The Professional Development Office also has a few spring registrations to consider:

 

http://www.jhu.edu/~pdo/

 

Alonzo LaMont

 


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Hello Dere new SPH'ers! I'm feeling you out there, scrambling around Fells Point or Charles Village talking everybody's ear off about allllllll the work you have to do, alllllll the moving hassles you haven't resolved----well relax---and make your way around the School of Public Health's Office of Admissions informatoin page. Give yourself a head's up. You have questions, they have answers.  Now go enjoy that happy hour.

 

http://www.jhsph.edu/admissions

 

Alonzo LaMont


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CommComm posted on March 17, 2011 08:28

Yes it's real. No it's not accredited. But a fascinating concept nonetheless. Methinks it's worth looking into. Where was all this free knowledge when I was a wee tot?

 

http://en.einstein-university.org/Einstein_University:About#Introduction_to_Einstein_University

 

Alonzo LaMont


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CommComm posted on March 14, 2011 19:12

The theme of the newsletter is "leaving the buildings behind". The article about Welch is very apropos. When you scroll down, there we are, smack dab on page two---"The Welch Medical Library of 2012---Wherever you are".

http://libraryconnect.elsevier.com/lcn/0901/lcn0901.pdf

 

Alonzo LaMont

 


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CommComm posted on March 11, 2011 21:58

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is accepting applications for the Public Health Informatics Training Program until April 15, 2011. The program, offered in collaboration with the schools of Medicine and Nursing, and the Public health Data Standard Consortium (PHDSC), targets public health professionals. Program graduates will earn a post-baccalaureate Certificate in Public Health Informatics, approved by the state of Maryland.

The Program offers training in methods and concepts of health informatics and health information technology that are applicable to public health. It is designed for current (and future) public health professionals who wish to develop expertise or specialization in this area.   Courses for this program are available completely online.  Individuals residing in the Mid-Atlantic region may also take selected courses on campus.

The training program focuses on the following:
•  Overview of public health and biomedical informatics
•  Health information systems design and development
•  Health information technology standards and systems interoperability
•  Systems evaluation in health sciences informatics
•  Population health informatics
•  Knowledge engineering, knowledge management and decision support in public health
   (including spatial analysis and GIS)
•  Real time public health bio-surveillance
•  "mHealth" mobile consumer health applications

More information about the Public Health Informatics Certificate Training Program can be found at:
http://www.jhsph.edu/dept/hpm/certificates/informatics


Public health workers are encouraged to apply. Tuition subsidies are available.

 

Alonzo LaMont


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