• Damage to Residence Hall or Loss of Personal Property Policy

      Residence Life (2008-06-13)
      6.02 Damage to Residence Hall or Loss of Personal Property Policy: Georgia Health Sciences Uniiversity is not responsible for any property damaged or destroyed while a student occupies an apartment or room in a Georgia Health Sciences University residence hall facility except in a case where the Georgia Health Sciences University is found negligent. Students living in Georgia Health Sciences University residence halls are not permitted to make any permanent changes to an apartment or room in the residence hall. This includes, but is not limited to, installation of or tampering with ceiling fans, light fixtures, shelves, partitions, lofts, W'indow coverings, wallpaper, painting, plumbing, and heating.
    • Data Management and Classification

      Office of the Provost; Georgia Health Sciences University (2007-03)
      Information is one of Georgia Health Sciences University’s most valuable resources and as such requires responsible management by all members of the GHSU community. This policy describes the roles, responsibilities, and classification for institutional data.All institutional data should be used with appropriate and relevant levels of access and with sufficient assurance of its security and integrity in compliance with existing laws, rules, and regulations.
    • Data Repositories For Research Reproducibility

      Davies, Kathy J; Putnam Davis, Jennifer; University Libraries
    • Dean's List Policy

      Registrar; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-01-24)
      4.06 Dean's List Policy: Georgia Health Sciences University recognizes the superior academic performance of undergraduates and College of Dentistry students by awarding them Dean's List designation for a given semester according to the conditions set forth in this policy. To qualify for the Dean's List, an undergraduate student must be enrolled for 12 or more hours of graded academic work in a semester and have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.50 for that semester. for students with an incomplete grade, Dean's List computations will not be made until a grade is determined. To qualify for the Dean's List in the College of Dentistry, students must exhibit acceptable professional behavior and have a grade point average of at least 3.50 (on a 4.00 scale) or higher for that semester while carrying at least 12 hours of credit and must not have received any unsatisfactory or failing grades for that semester. the achievement of each student who qualifies for Dean's List is acknowledged and noted in the student's permanent record
    • The Dental College of Georgia - Deans

      Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 2011)
      Portraits of individuals who served as Dean of the Dental College of Georgia. Up until February 2011, the Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • The Dental College of Georgia, 1960s

      Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 2011)
      Photographs of the legislative beginnings and early history of the The Dental College of Georgia. Up until February 2011, The Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University Up until February 2011, The Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • The Dental College of Georgia, 1970s

      Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 2019-01-10)
      Photographs of dental medicine students, faculty and patients from the 1970s. Up until February 2011, The Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • The Dental College of Georgia, 1980s-1990s

      Augusta Unversity Libraries; Historical Collections & Archives
      Photographs of dental medicine students, faculty and patients from the 1980s and 1990s. Up until February 2011, The Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • Departmental Deposits Policy

      Controller's Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-03)
      This policy applies to any department accepting funds on behalf of GHSU, whether for services or otherwise. This policy applies continuously. No major conditions or restrictions apply.
    • Derangements of the Functions of the Liver

      Unknown
      Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author and date are unknown. The subject is the derangements of the liver's functions.
    • Designated Parking For: Conferences, Institutes, Special Events Policy

      Public Safety Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (1988-01)
      To provide a procedure for scheduling designated parking for attendees at GHSU sponsored or related conferences, institutes, or special events.
    • Designing a DREAM Database and Delivering TIME Competency Measures: Library Faculty Integration in Medical Education Assessment

      Davies, Kathy J; Blake, Lindsay; Georgia Regents University (2013-10)
      Purpose: This paper describes librarian roles as full partners in creating a database of health sciences education assessment instruments (DREAM) and locating instruments to measure medical student milestones for the Transformation in Medical Education (TIME) initiative to design a competency based medical education curriculum. Setting/Participants: A research university with an academic health sciences center and undergraduate liberal arts and sciences campus. Librarians partnered with faculty in the institution’s Educational Innovation Institute to develop the DREAM database and serve as members of the TIME project consultation team. Methods: Library faculty tailored PubMed searches for assessment instruments linked to ACGME competencies. Librarians and research faculty determined that a public searchable database of free, validated, and peer- reviewed assessment tools would fill an existing information gap. The DREAM database was presented at the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting and is now hosted on MedEdPORTAL at the AAMC website. Lead faculty members of the TIME project then contacted the DREAM team to request consultation on identifying assessment instruments. Librarians will complete assessment searching based around 12 main competency areas with over 100 student achievement milestones. Results: Library faculty developed assessment filters for MEDLINE and CINAHL and adapted them as needed for competency search processes. The next phase was developing the database taxonomy from existing controlled vocabulary resources. Library faculty assisted in creating peer review forms and determining database record format. Identifying TIME competency assessment tools required developing over 60 comprehensive searches focusing on specific student behaviors. Intensive searching of health sciences databases has led librarians to develop a better grasp of medical education and assessment terminology and article indexing. Conclusions: DREAM is scheduled for a fall launch; TIME reports will be completed during the winter of 2013. The DREAM team will monitor the database and library faculty will design search strategies to identify additional assessment instruments. Library faculty can be fully integrated in research and assessment initiatives. Collaboration with EII faculty has brought librarians additional referrals and provided opportunities to assist in projects benefiting the library, university and our own careers.
    • Developing Information Analysis Mastery: Blending Bioinformatics and Evidence Based Searching

      Blake, Lindsay; Davies, Kathy J; Yang, Frances; Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library (2014)
      Presentation from the 2014 Medical Library Association Southern Chapter Annual Meeting.
    • Development of a Nurse-Led Clinic for Patients with Atrial Fibrillation

      Tihey, Allison B.; Young, Lufei; Wheeler, Brittany B.; Sohinki, Daniel; Department of Cardiology (2020-09-09)
      Poster Presentation at the 2020 American College of Cardiology Quality Summit
    • Digifoline Ampul

      Augusta University
    • Direct Charging Policy

      Division of Sponsored Program Administration; Georgia Health Sciences University (2004-04)
      To provide the institutional standard for determining how costs are charged to sponsored agreements.
    • Disarticulated Skull

      Medical College of Georgia (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-02-08)
    • Disciplinary Procedures for Classified Employees

      Human Resources Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2004-10)
      This policy describes the procedures for disciplining a classified employee.
    • Discrimination Policy

      Office of the Provost; Georgia Health Sciences University (2015-12-18)
      To prevent illegal discrimination and to guide the Institution towards a diversified workforce
    • Document Delivery (Interlibrary Loan) Policy

      Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library; Georgia Health Sciences University (2007-05-27)
      8.03 Document Delivery (Interlibrary Loan) Policy: Document Delivery (formerly known as Interlibrary Loan) is a fee-based service provided by the Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library in support of scholarly research at Georgia Health Sciences University. This policy defines what is covered by the service, who is eligible to receive the service, and the means and conditions under which documents are delivered