A Strategic Plan for your Research Data: Join us for a Webinar

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Your research data is an asset.

A strategic plan allows you and others to find and understand the significance of your research, and ensures consistency, accuracy, integrity, and time effectiveness throughout the life of your project.

Increasingly, publishers and foundations that provide funding for research are requiring data management . . . → Read More: A Strategic Plan for your Research Data: Join us for a Webinar

HSL Part of Touro Research Development Webinar Series

Librarians at the Health Sciences Library are presenting four webinars as part of the Touro Fall Research Development Webinar Series: Creating Prize-Winning Posters; Navigating the New PubMed; Conducting a Systematic Review: An Overview and Research Data Management.

Webinars from four TCUS libraries, including topics such as altmetrics; predatory journals; open educational resources and ORCID, . . . → Read More: HSL Part of Touro Research Development Webinar Series

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