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Demystifying the NIH Public Access Policy: How to Optimize Access to Your Published Research
The NIH Policy on Enhancing Public Access requests that publications resulting from NIH-funded research be voluntarily deposited in PubMed Central, the National Library of Medicine’s open access archive of life sciences ...
The NIH Enhanced Public Access Policy at the University of New Mexico: Transforming Data into Action
Purpose: This study aims to 1) determine investigators’ awareness of the NIH Policy on Enhancing Public Access to Archived Publications Resulting from NIH-Funded Research, 2) identify potential barriers to participation, ...
Re-imagining the Role of the Health Sciences Librarian in the New Information Economy: an Informaticist’s Perspective
(Medical Library Association South Central Chapter Meeting 2007, 2007-10-21)
The future of medicine and medical librarianship is going to be significantly information and knowledge driven. How we defined physicians, patients, and librarians is going to be critical to the future success in these ...
Keeping Current with Medical Advances: New Ways to Access the Medical Literature
(University of New Mexico 30th Annual Advances in Primary Care Conference, 2008-09-05)
The Future Roles of Librarians and the Interdisciplinary Imperative
(Medical Library Association, 2009-05-18)
Title: The future roles of librarians and the interdisciplinary imperative Abstract: Historically librarians have catalogued and organized a fairly small group of item types that were well standardized and relatively ...
UNM Medicine Grand Rounds Presentation: Medical Informatics –- What is the Evidence?
Electronic physician order entry and medical records systems are being installed in health care settings throughout the country. Many physicians and other providers may not be aware of the science behind the potential ...
NIH Policy at UNM: How to get translational investigators to participate
This file contains the presentation slides from Dr. Kroth's presentation on the NIH Public Access Policy at the Evidence Based Scholarly Communication Conference, March 11-12, 2010, in Albuquerque, NM.
Evaluation of an evidence-based scholarly communication conference focused on support of translational investigators using a prospective longitudinal cohort design
(The Sixth International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice conference, 2011-06-29)
To determine if Evidence-Based Scholarly Communication Conference (EBSCC) that was held March 11-12, 2010 in Albuquerque, NM would have both immediate and long-term effects on participants’ attitudes, skills training, and ...