Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Time: 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Presenter: Amy Sisson
Location: Street Level Classroom
This class will demonstrate how EndNote can be used to manage systematic review searches to blind-screen and organize large citation sets.
Provider: CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Descriptions: This sector of the CDC website on radiation emergencies is a prime resource on radiation disasters for public health professionals, emergency responders and individual healthcare practitioners. It presents patient and management information, guidelines and recommendations, and links to additional online training resources, including short videos. Some fact sheets contain general information suitable for the layman: being prepared, sheltering in place and other protective measures, facts about contamination levels and substances in food and water, the difference between contamination and exposure, and more.
Keywords: bone, clinical practice guidelines, consumer health, disaster, dosage, emergency medicine, emergency preparedness, environmental, federal agencies, patient education, physician, population, public health, radiation, skin, syndrome, toxins, tutorial
Contents: animation, case reports, images, partial full text
Access Level: Free, Partially Open
Descriptions: This French company provides very good interactive online anatomy and imaging modules and case examples, some of which are freely available. Notably, a multi-unit online course on MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) physics is fully open-access. Intended for radiology residents, radiologists, MRI techs, medical physicists and students, its content includes interactive animations, experiments and quizzes designed to add fun while learning MRI physics. For individuals, a modest annual subscription fee affords full access to all materials. Mobile and iPad applications are available.
Keywords: anatomy, bone, education, interactive, medical imaging, MRI, partial open access, physiology, radiology, skeletal anatomy