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New Workshop Coming In October: “De-Identifying Human Subject Data For Sharing”

Save This October Date!


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Welch On The Go!

We keep our library folks moving far and wide. Here and There. Out and Back. So here are a few pictures of where we’ve been lately, and what we’ve been up to.


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Spring Events Coming Your Way

Maybe all the recent events are behind us. Maybe they’ll be more to come. If Baltimore was a boxer, we’d be a boxer who could take a few blows and still keep coming. We’ve taken a few blows recently and we’re still standing. So for now, as our lives and city return to some semblance of normalcy, let’s look ahead to several upcoming events that bring a smile and let us enjoy life a little bit.


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National Library of Medicine Fellow Reflects On Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Conference

Recently, Holly Thompson, one of our National Library of Medicine Fellows, attended a conference in Portland, Oregon. Holly graciously provided us with a first-hand account of her experience, highlighting several strategy sessions she attended.  


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Items For Your Consideration

Here are several items for your consideration, my friends.


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Welch Medical Library Newsletter--March


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Welch Monthly Newsletter -- February


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Welch Library Out & About

 

We’ve been taking road trips around campus, staffing information tables, meeting future patrons, and greeting some old ones.  I haven’t shared pictures in awhile so here are some new ones.


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ClinicalKey vs. MD Consult Comparisions & THE LAST GREAT THING

My buddy the Krafty Librarian has a great article on ClinicalKey and MD Consult. CK apparently ate MDC. Swallowed it whole. Krafty, in her no-nonsense way, always spells out the differences clear as day. Many thanks for her getting to the bottom of things.


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Welch December Newsletter - Stories Galore!

 

            New Year’s Greetings! We had so many great stories to end the year with, covering a WIDE range of medical/scientific territory. But, we also had some human interest developments that peaked everyone’s interest. So let’s look back at December, shall we……


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