Welch Podcasts

#24 Podcast With Professor Barry Zirkin, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Professor Barry Zirkin speaks about his work, how the library influences his research and the particular challenges scientists face moving forward.

1:25  ---  What attracted you to Biochemistry and Molecular Biology?

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#23 Our National Library of Medicine Fellows

Our new Fellows, Christian Minter and Holly Thompson reveal what brought them to Welch, and offer a peek into their goals for the coming year:

.44 - What is the National Library of Medicine Fellowship, and what is the process to become a Fellow?

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#22) A Look Back At Recent Welch Library Highlights

Welch Informationist Victoria Riese and Communications Specialist Alonzo LaMont offer several takeaways from our Podcast with new Welch Library Director, Anne Seymour. Also, we take a look at several blog posts that focus on resources, and share a comment or two about our exciting new renovation.

0: 50 - The Library renovation --- what's new!

2:35 - Review of Podcast with Director Anne Seymour

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#21) Podcast Conversation With New Welch Library Director, Anne Seymour

Our new Director offers her thoughts on issues pertinent to the Welch Library, and provides observations about the direction of the Library as we move forward.

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0:46 ---- Introduction

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#20) Podcast with Dean of Johns Hopkins School Of Public Health, Michael Klag

We've got an EPIC Podcast with Dean Klag, who spent 18+ minutes sharing his observations and answering a variety of questions. It was such a pleasure to hear Dean Klag weigh in on topics such as the evolution of information access, the future of health science libraries, and the role of information experts in data-intensive health care environments.

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Welch Library Director Anne Seymour Speaks About "Librarians On Global Biomedical Partnerships"

Before she arrived at the Welch Medical Library, our new Director, Anne Seymour, shared her thoughts on a global partnership she helped establish between the University of Pennsylvania Libraries and Botswana. Anne provides an inside look at a very detailed library partnership that was developed between Penn and Botswana, and then expanded into Guatemala. Her efforts, vision and dedication speak to the heart of global relationships and the powerful impact they can have.


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#19 Interview With Dean Paul Rothman, Dean of the School of Medicine & CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine

Dean Paul Rothman took time to visit our Podcast and share his thoughts on a variety of issues. Before the Podcast he took a minute to reflect on this season's Baltimore Orioles and the University of Iowa Hawkeyes. (Both teams very dear in our hearts). But the Dean's time is precious and he got down to business. (The Q&A Timeline is below).  

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18) The Latest Welch Library Activity Along With A Big Announcement

Our August Podcast offers a potpourri of information. New items to review, and discuss. Here's our timeline:

1:05 --- Clinical Key replaces MD Consult 

2:51 ---The new DSM is now available through Welch Library

3:20 --- The debut of a new Welch Class (did you know you could request a new class?) 

4:55 --- Results and observations from our recent Communications Survey

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#17) The Hopkins Thesis and Dissertation Initiative - A Fresh Update

Following up on our blog post interview with David Reynolds regarding the Hopkins Thesis/Dissertation Initiative, Welch Informationist Victoria Goode and Communications Specialist Alonzo LaMont once again speak with David on this (fast-approaching!!!) initiative. Will your Thesis or Dissertation be affected? Take a listen.

:50 - What is the ETD Program?

1:55 - Who will be affected?

3:05 - Why are we making this transition?

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#16) Welch Visits "One Health - Medical Library Association Conference" (MLA '13): Comments & Observations

Several weeks ago the Welch Medical Library was represented at the MLA Conference by our Informationists. Clinical Informationist Victoria Goode and Alonzo (1st time guest blogger) LaMont offer their thoughts on the experience, along with clarifying an issue with Endnote, and taking a look at Bibliometrics.

0:50 - Endnote Question

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