Systematic Review Class: Asking the Important Question, Finding the Best Answer

Do you want to research whether calorie or nutrition labeling helps reduce obesity or diabetes? Do you need to know the number of nurses needed on staff for your hospital to meet the demands of its patients? Or, do you want to discover whether participation in the creative arts helps reduce cognitive decline in patients . . . → Read More: Systematic Review Class: Asking the Important Question, Finding the Best Answer

Conducting a Systematic Review: An Overview

Due to the high attendance of our last webinar on Conducting a Systematic Review and to meet the demand for understanding this important component in evidence-based care, we are happy to present another webinar on Friday, Jan 25, 2019 at 1:00 to 2:00 PM Eastern Time. We will cover the steps, standards, and resources needed . . . → Read More: Conducting a Systematic Review: An Overview

Systematic Review Class: Asking the Important Question, Finding the Best Answer

Do you want to research whether calorie or nutrition labeling helps reduce obesity or diabetes? Do you need to know the number of nurses needed on staff for your hospital to meet the demands of its patients? Or, do you want to discover whether there is a correlation or perhaps a causation between participation in . . . → Read More: Systematic Review Class: Asking the Important Question, Finding the Best Answer

Upcoming Lecture!

The Art of Observation: Fine Tuning the Clinical Skills Needed to not Only Look, but to See…

Paintings reveal stories and represent people who live and breathe the complicated realities of life. There is much to learn and discover in examining a collection from the Metropolitan Museum of Art as the Health Sciences Library welcomes Carolyn Halpin-Healy to the Nevins Auditorium on Monday, November 5th at 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Carolyn . . . → Read More: Upcoming Lecture!

The Art of Observation: Fine Tuning the Clinical Skills Needed to not Only Look, but to See…

Cool Classes for Hot Nights

Students observing the Frick Collection

The Frick Collection, located in one of Manhattan’s most beautiful neighborhoods on 70th street across from Central Park, is pleased to offer a series of free summer courses for high school, college, and graduate students beginning Tuesday, June 26th and running until Thursday July 19th.

Space is limited . . . → Read More: Cool Classes for Hot Nights