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Information Literacy: Revolution in the Library.
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A study of personal digital assistants to enhance undergraduate clinical nursing education.
Results of this study support PDAs as an effective student learning resource, especially for reference materials, and suggest providing faculty with PDAs is recommended to enhance their comfort with and incorporation of PDAs into clinical teaching. Expand
Adaptive filtering of ECG signal for deriving respiratory activity
A new approach is introduced for deriving the respiratory signal from a single-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) by adaptive filtering. The method uses the R-R interval and the R-wave amplitude timeExpand
Lessons Learned from Single Service Point Implementations
  • F. Allegri, M. Bedard
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Medical reference services quarterly
  • 13 June 2006
The experiences of two libraries are summarized and compared, and the advice culled from those experiences is shared, answering six frequently asked questions about combining services and staff under a single service umbrella. Expand
Paging Materials to Maintain Quality Library Service During a Two-Year Renovation
Abstract Beginning in July 2002, the Health Sciences Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill underwent an 11 million dollar renovation. During three phases of the renovation, partsExpand
Course Integrated Instruction:: Metamorphosis for the Twenty-First Century
Comparisons are made between the health Sciences and general settings for bibliographic instruction and the health sciences literature after 1975 and issues of concern to health sciences librarians are described. Expand
Observed Smoking in Car: Results of a Study From the National Health Prevention Service of Veneto, Northern Italy
In spite of the efforts to limit the dangers of second hand smoke, smoking in car is still a common behaviour, and represents a serious risk both for both, adults and children. Expand
[Smoking in car: monitoring pollution of particulate matter, of organic volatile compounds and of carbon monoxide. The effect of opening the driver's window].
Measuring particle number seems to be the best way to assess ETS pollution inside a car, as it is helpful to remove coarse PM and volatile pollutants, but is ineffective against submicrometer particles. Expand
Low-Tech Scavenger Hunt Model for Student Orientation
The low-tech nature and small scale of the scavenger hunt program described here might be more suitable for health sciences libraries than other models, particularly for libraries with small staffs. Expand
Helping Improve Dissemination of Research: Toastmasters Is a Novel Mechanism
  • F. Allegri
  • Medicine
  • Medical reference services quarterly
  • 1 April 2014
A potentially novel way of helping students and faculty in health disciplines to improve their abilities to communicate professionally in health sciences libraries is suggested. Expand