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Using Improv to Develop Communication Skills for Medical Students
Strong communication skills are essential for clinicians, and clear and confident self-presentation is important for medical students. Techniques of improvisational theater have been adapted for use in many classroom ...
Mind the Gap: Identifying What Is Missed When Searching Only the Broad Scope with Clinical Queries
Objectives: PubMed Clinical Queries are subdivided into “broad” and “narrow” versions, tuned to maximize retrieval sensitivity and specificity respectively by using similar but different sets of terms. This study seeks to ...
Search Workbench: Building, Refining, and Comparing PubMed Searches Using Interactive Visualizations
Objectives: Search Workbench is designed to facilitate the process of developing complex PubMed searches by allowing the user to examine, edit and visualize searches from a single interface. Importantly, the system not ...
What's in You Bag? Practical Tools and Strategies for Scalable Digital Preservation
In 2017, the University of Georgia Libraries developed and implemented a redundant, secure, monitored digital preservation storage environment (ARCHive) for its most important digital archival assets. Before ingesting ...