Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Location: Street Level Conference Room
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Provider: Kauffman Innovation Network, Inc.
Descriptions: "Linking ideas & innovation" is the motto of the iBridge organization. "While traditional search engines provide a means for looking for information, the iBridgeSM Network provides a public, centralized source for unbiased information about early stage technologies and inventions. Our objective is to drive transparency and access to university developed innovations that are available today as well as to field experts, ideas and information. Through the iBridgeSM Network, researchers and those seeking innovations can easily search for and obtain the resources they need." Non-members exploring this site can view the brief descriptions of inventions/innovations by subject or by organization, and see which of these organizations form special communities in iBridge. A free sign-up allows the user to e-mail for more information about the entries. Submissions include technologies that can be licensed, research opportunities, material transfer agreements, and laboratory and equipment availability. The provocative and informative blogs here are accessible to all who visit the site. iBridge is funded in large part by the Kauffman Foundation.
Keywords: Baylor, biology, biomedical research, biotechnology, business, collaborative, drugs, engineering, environmental, genetics, information technology, medicine, multidisciplinary, nanotechnology, open source, research, scientist, software, technology
Provider: International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment (INAHTA)
Descriptions: INAHTA has 46 member agencies in 26 countries in North and Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. The members are non-profit organizations producing Health Technology Assessments, and are linked to regional or national government agencies. Member agencies engage in joint projects to evaluate medical technologies of mutual interest. INAHTA produces regularly published Briefs, in which member agencies present overviews of recently published systematic reviews, linked to the full text; HTA (Health Technology Assessment) Checklists, and a newsletter that reports on, among other things, developments and trends in health policy research. Member agencies engage in joint projects to evaluate medical technologies of mutual interest.
Keywords: clinical evidence, healthcare policy, reports, reviews, systematic reviews, technology
Descriptions: Much information and many links to other useful resources about infectious diseases. Practice guidelines, many available for PDA download; fact sheets.
Keywords: clinical practice guidelines, infectious disease, PDA access, public health
Provider: City of Houston Dept. of Health and Human Services
Descriptions: Informacion en espanol del Ciudad de Houston que incluida una lista de signos clave de emergencia que requieren atención médica inmediata.
Keywords: consumer health, epidemic, H1N1, Houston, influenza porcina, pandemic, public health, spanish, TX
Provider: IHTSDO (International Health Terminology Standards Organisation)
Descriptions: IHTSDO is a not-for-profit association that develops and promotes use of SNOMED CT to support safe and effective health information exchange. SNOMED CT is a clinical terminology and is considered to be the most comprehensive multilingual healthcare terminology in the world... Each year, avoidable deaths and injuries occur because of poor communication between healthcare practitioners. The delivery of a standard clinical language for use across the world's health information systems can therefore be a significant step towards improving the quality and safety of healthcare.
Keywords: electronic health record, informatics, information management, international, multilingual, ontology, quality, software, standard of care, terminology
Provider: International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility
Descriptions: INCF develops and maintains database and computational infrastructure for neuroscientists. Software tools and standards for the international neuroinformatics community are developed through INCF programs that address infrastructural issues of high importance to the neuroscience community. INCF collects and makes available neuroinformatics tools in the INCF Software Center, where anyone can upload documentation, executables and related files, track use of their software, create a wiki, and establish development teams. Two of the most popular INCF products are Waxholm Space and MUSIC, which are direct outcomes of the INCF Program on Digital Atlasing and Multi-Scale Modeling, respectively. INCF also arranges Scientific Workshops and holds an annual neuroinformatics conference.
Keywords: biomedical research, brain, brain mapping, informatics, neuroscience, open access, open source, research
Provider: International OCD Foundation
Descriptions: The mission of the Foundation is to educate the public and professional communities about OCD and related disorders; to provide assistance to individuals with OCD and related disorders, their families and friends, and to support research into the causes of, and effective treatments for, this disease.
Keywords: advocacy, consumer health, diagnosis, education, mental health, psychiatry, research
Provider: Internet Archive (nonprofit organization)
Descriptions: The Internet Archive, a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts, holds a great many free diversions, and many of these are educational-- full-text books, university lectures, music, films, photography and software. There is also the Wayback Machine, for viewing earlier versions of websites: "Browse through 85 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago." In collaboration with the National Federation of the Blind, Internet Archive now also provides free access to more than a million books for blind, sight-impaired and dyslexic readers.
Keywords: books, collaborative, continuing education, culture, digitization, education, full text, general reference, history, images, Internet, libraries, multicultural, multidisciplinary, multilingual, open access, popular, technology, video
Provider: Fordham University History Department
Descriptions: An extensive collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts and original sources, divided into sections on Ancient, Medieval and Modern history, with geographic and demographic sub-categories, as well as a number of special resource collections. Some resources are linked and others are provided directly by Fordham University.
Keywords: education, history, literature, multicultural, open access, philosophy, women
Provider: University of Virginia
Descriptions: A guide to chest imaging with sections on positioning the patient, technique, anatomy, interpretation, pathology, and a post-test.
Keywords: education, internal medicine, medical imaging, radiology
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.
Keywords: courseware, Creative Commons, evidence-based medicine, student, tutorial
Provider: Drexel University, Florida State University, members of the IPL2 Consortium
Descriptions: This resource is the result of a merger between the Librarians' Internet Index and the Internet Public Library. Lists of authoritative websites selected by librarians and arranged by subject areas.
Keywords: general reference, Internet, libraries, multidisciplinary
Descriptions: "Here you will find authoritative taxonomic information on plants, animals, fungi, and microbes of North America and the world... The ITIS is the result of a partnership of federal agencies formed to satisfy their mutual needs for scientifically credible taxonomic information."
Keywords: botany, general reference, systems biology, taxonomy, U.S. Government, zoology