From the NIH: Proposed Principles and Guidelines for Reporting Preclinical Research. This concensus document resulted from a workshop with NIH and Nature Publishing Group and Sciences. Learn about this effort to enhance rigor and support research that is reproducible, robust, and transparent.
Expect longer and more detailed Methods sections? See the Nature Editorial: Reducing our irreproducibility.
We’ve all been there when it comes to formatting citations. Read on and see what you think.
From the Scholarly Kitchen: Why Are Publishers and Editors Wasting Time Formatting Citations?
Nurses are front line caregivers. The challenge to safely care for those with Ebola is primary.
The ANA is offering a 90 minute webinar at no charge on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 from 1-2:30 p.m. EDT
You may earn 1.5 CE contact hours.
Also consider the 10/30/2104 Webinar: Lessons Learned from Texas.
What the CDC recommends for health care workers, courtesy of a piece titled the same as the above, in today’s New York Times. It is nicely condensed with important information.
CDC website: http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/
New York State Department of Health – Get the Facts About Ebola
As promised for NUR348, the list of good nursing databases for research.
Also, don’t forget to try searching TRIP!
Now live! The Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce that we are providing a BioMed Central membership for the university.
Active on October 2nd , this membership gives UB authors a 15% discount on the article processing charges.
BioMed Central publishes over 100 online journals, across the whole spectrum of biology and medicine. For a full list, visit http://www.biomedcentral.com/browse/journals/
Visit our member page to see UB’s activity on BioMed Central.
Dr. Lynn Kozlowski will be presenting the School of Public Health and Health Profession’s 26th Annual Perry Lecture:
Thoughts and Data on the Hot Button Issues that Divide Us on Vaping and E-cigarettes
October 9, 2014
Butler Auditorium (Farber Hall, Room 150), UB South Campus
All are welcome
Text Recycling? Salami Slicing? What about the Lesser “Crimes” of Writing?
I came across a good information from the Office of Research Integrity:
Introduction to Avoiding Plagiarism
Download the PDF or check out a great Table of Contents here.
The University Libraries are providing even more access to streaming videos to support classroom instruction. Kanopy Streaming Video is now available through a joint pilot project with other regional colleges.
Kanopy offers more than 6,500 films in a wide variety of subject areas and from several educational film distributors including these popular collections: Criterion Collection, Symptom Media, PBS, Green Planet Films, First Run Features, California Newsreel, BBCActive, NEVCO and German Film.
Create clips/playlists and embed any video or clip in UBlearns. Questions? Please contact Multimedia Collections and Services at email@example.com.