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Grand Rounds Webcasts from Mayo Clinic

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Provider: Mayo Clinic
Descriptions: As of January 2011, a selection of 30 Grand Rounds video presentations by Mayo Clinic staff members are posted here and freely accessible. Click on the title to launch the video, which will open in a new window. Mayo Clinic's free Physician Update email newsletter (link included) highlights any newly-posted presentations.
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GetBodySmart: An Online Examination of Human Anatomy and Physiology

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Provider: Scott Sheffield
Descriptions: The intended purpose of this site is to provide "a fully animated and interactive eBook about human anatomy and physiology," appropriate for students as well as lecturers. The site's developer has more than 20 years experience teaching the material at the university level. GetBodySmart is designed "help explain the body's complex physiological interactions and illustrate its important anatomical landmarks." Diagrams and drawings, as well as free quizzes and tutorials are included. General subject divisions include: skeletal system, muscle tissue physiology, muscular system, nervous system, circulatory system, respiratory system, urinary system, and histology.
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WebMonkey: the web developer’s resource

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Provider: WebMonkey.com
Descriptions: WebMonkey is a free website development tool that provides tutorials, a code library, color charts, "cheat sheets" and other resources that make website creation faster and easier.
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Virtual Lab Book

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Provider: Dr. Stephanie Dellis, College of Charleston
Descriptions: This is a short molecular biology laboratory handbook for college undergraduate and graduate students, composed of a series of pdf documents and including web pages that illustrate methods for dealing with gels and loading DNA samples.
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Virtual Body

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Provider: Medtropolis.com/EBSCO
Descriptions: Human anatomy site with animation, narration, cross-sections.
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TILT (Texas Information Literacy Tutorial)

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Provider: University of Texas at Austin Library Instruction and Information Literacy Services
Descriptions: A tutorial for library and Internet users that helps users to: determine which are the best resources to answer their research questions; evaluate the quality of information retrieved via the Web; understand the basics of copyright law; and more. Shockwave Flash 3 plug-in required for interactive features.
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Evidence Based Medicine: Finding the Best Clinical Literature

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Provider: University of Illinois at Chicago Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria
Descriptions: Jo Dorsch of the UIC Library of the Health Sciences, Peoria has created an excellent guide to the practice of Evidence Based Medicine and this website is also a rich gateway to other EBM resources. Some links are to subscription resources held by UIC, but most are free.
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EndNote Product Training

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Provider: EndNote
Descriptions: Support and Tutorials on using EndNote.
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Cells Alive!

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Provider: James A. Sullivan, M.A., 1970, Developmental Biology, University of Virginia
Descriptions: Photos, animations and interactive models of cells and cellular processes; definitions and explanations included.
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CDC Radiation Emergencies Fact Sheets

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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.
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Cancer Genome Anatomy Project (CGAP)

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Provider: National Cancer Institute
Descriptions: This is a section of the National Cancer Institute website designed specifically for researchers. "The goal of the NCI's Cancer Genome Anatomy Project is to determine the gene expression profiles of normal, precancer, and cancer cells, leading eventually to improved detection, diagnosis, and treatment for the patient. By collaborating with scientists worldwide, CGAP seeks to increase its scientific expertise and expand its databases for the benefit of all cancer researchers. Interconnected modules provide access to all CGAP data, bioinformatics... and biological resources, allowing the user to find "in silico" answers to biological questions in a fraction of the time it once took in the laboratory."
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Surgical Planning Laboratory

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Provider: Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, MA
Descriptions: From the website: "The main research of the SPL is to develop post-processing methods for digital medical imaging data and to use these methods for answering real-life questions." Contains an image gallery, full-text access to publications, downloadable tutorials and software. Brigham & Women's Hospital is a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
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Research 101

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Provider: University of Washington Information Literacy Learning
Descriptions: This is an interactive tutorial on the basics of doing research, appropriate for use by secondary school and college undergraduate students. Addresses topic choice, primary and secondary sources, evaluation of information sources, and more.
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NN/LM Emergency Preparedness & Response Toolkit

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Provider: National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM)
Descriptions: This website from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) contains useful resources on preparing plans to meet any kind of disaster-- storms and flooding, earthquakes, terrorism, pandemics-- and links to many governmental and outside sources. In addition to providing a clearly organized site, to help the new user navigate the website, a video tutorial has been posted.
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Learning Radiology

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Provider: William Herring, MD, FACR, Albert Einstein Medical Center
Descriptions: This free radiology education resource includes podcasts, lectures (some by faculty at Albert Einstein Medical Center) and interactive tutorials. The materials are divided into categories that include Lectures, Notes, Images, Case of the Week, and Quick Quizzes. Visitors can find lectures on topics ranging from bone tumors to heart disease. Many of the talks are available as .pdf files or PowerPoint presentations. FlashPlayer required for most lectures.
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Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice

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Provider: Duke University Medical Center Library and Health Sciences Library, UNC-Chapel Hill
Descriptions: This classic tutorial provides a clear explanation of the reasons for using an evidence-based approach to patient care, and uses a detailed example to illustrate how to research a case using the evidence-based method. There is a self-test at the end.
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