Welch Public Health Informationist Donna Hesson sent along this nugget that speaks to the “perils” of multitasking. No doubt, Donna witnesses the same multitasking warning-signs we all see everyday. Examples are everywhere: Your main focus loses out to all the other tasks you think you can handle. Or with teens, their “free time” with family is replaced by gadget-time.
#30 Stella Seal, Speaks About Her Position As Associate Director of Hospital, Health Systems and Community Service
Longtime Welch "Family Member" Stella Seal answers questions about her position and her service to the Hopkins Community. Stella provides insights on her role and lengthy career at Hopkins. The breath of her commitment to the Welch Library and the Hopkins community is quite inspiring.
Using Dynamed's Practice Changing Updates
Dynamed is designed for use at the point of care, providing the best available evidence for use at the bedside to help diagnose, treat, and educate patients. It is updated daily and has over 3,200 clinical topic summaries.
As we mentioned in a previous post, it’s our 5th year anniversary (and we’re proud as punch!), so we’re looking back at previous blog posts during these past five years.
Our 2nd National Library of Medicine Fellow, Holly Thompson, provides observations about time her time at Welch. Before they depart, both Fellows spoke candidly regarding rewarding moments, challenges, surprises and all points in-between. Christian Minter and Holly answer the final question.
Before they depart, we once again revisit our Fellows. We wanted to hear from them individually, so we've split up the podcast. Our first interview is with Christian Minter, and --- SPOILER ALERT --- as you'll hear in her voice, at times Christian is quite passionate and honest in her reflections.
One of our NLM Fellows, Holly Thompson, did a little “field work” and reported back on the Systematic Review Workshop at the Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library. Below are Holly's observations on the Workshop.