GSBMS Thesis Prep: Class 3: Critical Appraisal, Writing & Citing

This series is intended for those Basic Medical Sciences students who expect to complete a Literature Review or M.S. Thesis in 2018. The series is sponsored by the GSBMS in partnership with the Health Sciences Library faculty.

Registration is required for each class. Register for Class 3.

Class 3: Critical Appraisal, Writing & Citing Monday, December 4, 2017   2:30-4 . . . → Read More: GSBMS Thesis Prep: Class 3: Critical Appraisal, Writing & Citing

Make a Gift to the Library: Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday

Please consider a gift to the Health Sciences Library this season. #GivingTuesday is 11/28/17.

To make a donation to the library, go to https://6633.thankyou4caring.org/ and select “Health Sciences Library” from the drop down menu.

The Library has an ongoing vision for improved facilities, technical capabilities, and resource access — all of which benefit the entire NYMC . . . → Read More: Make a Gift to the Library: Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday

Social Media for Research Dissemination

Edited by Lara Killian, AHIP

Social media has been around for quite a while but has an iffy reputation, especially in the academic community. Social media may seem to be full of trolls and celebrity gossip, but it is also useful in communicating knowledge and as a siren for emergency response. If done right, . . . → Read More: Social Media for Research Dissemination

GSBMS Thesis Prep Class 2: Conducting an Effective Literature Search

This series is intended for those Basic Medical Sciences students who expect to complete a Literature Review or M.S. Thesis in 2018. The series is sponsored by the GSBMS in partnership with the Health Sciences Library faculty.

Registration is required for each class. Register For Class 2

Class 2: Conducting an Effective Literature Search Monday, November 20, 2017  . . . → Read More: GSBMS Thesis Prep Class 2: Conducting an Effective Literature Search

Break a Leg in Medical School?

 

Bajar, Nathan. (2017). Retrieved from The New York Times

Yes, which is precisely what the student-run theater company at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons have been doing since the group was founded in 1967. Known as the Bard Hall Players, they remove their lab coats and surgical scrubs to unwind from their intense . . . → Read More: Break a Leg in Medical School?