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“The Field Guide to Citizen Science: How You Can Contribute to Scientific Research and Make a Difference”, written by SciStarter experts Darlene Cavalier, Catherine Hoffman, and Caren Cooper is a fantastic read. They do an excellent job of explaining what defines citizen science, its history, and how you can easily become a citizen scientist with… Read More »
The following update regarding Coronavirus information is from the National Library of Medicine’s Disaster Information Research Center (DIMRC) Information available from the National Library of Medicine on the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is highlighted on the NLM homepage. This section continues to be updated as new information becomes available. Most recent updates include: Clinical studies related to the… Read More »
The Call for Requests for Rise, Serve, Lead! America’s Women Physicians and Rashes to Research: Scientists and Parents Confront the 1964 Rubella Epidemic is now open. All submissions must be received by February 28, 2020, 11:59pm, E.S.T. An announcement of host sites will be made on April 13, 2020 by 5:00pm. If you would like… Read More »
Technology is continuing to improve, and more and more people are looking online for health information, managing care, and trusted advice. Despite the increasing use, there is a digital divide for many individuals that greatly impact their ability to find and access trusted quality health information. Wisconsin Health Literacy developed a digital health literacy program,… Read More »
NLM has been busy updating training resources for the new PubMed. Here are a few new or updated resources: The New PubMed: Trainers’ Toolkit: includes handouts, slide decks, and video tutorials How PubMed Works: a 4-part webinar series, beginning on Wednesday, March 11. Introduces PubMed, Selection, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), and Automatic Term Mapping (ATM)…. Read More »