• E.H. Sargent & Co. Hydrometer Kit

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-04-12)
    • Early Adoptors of Digital Library Technology

      King, DN; Division of Medical Information Science, University of California, San Francisco, CA (Medical Library Association. Journal of the Research Section of MLA., 1996)
    • Early History of MCG: Grandison Harris

      Allen, Lane; Augusta University (1983-12-13)
      This is a transcription of a lecture Lane Allen, MD gave regarding Grandison Harris given on December 13, 1983. The place and occasion for the lecture is unknown. Although the audiotape is labeled "Early History of MCG" the primary subject is Grandison Harris.
    • East Central Public Health District Disaster Health Information Project

      Davies, Kathy J; Seago, Brenda L; Adriano, Jonathan; Walker, Larry; Robert B. Greenblatt MD Library (2013-10)
      GRU Libraries developed adisaster health information portal in collaboration with Georgia East Central Public Health District. The portal content was based on a needs assessment survey. Several trainng sessions were conducted throughout the region to build awareness of NLM Disaster Health Information Resources.
    • Edison Faradic Battery

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-04-04)
    • Educational Backgrounds of Medical and Health Science Librarians

      Stuart, Ansley; Augusta University Libraries (2016-10)
      Objective: To determine the educational backgrounds of health science librarians before and while they maintain their current positions. Methods: Many librarians who work in the health sciences field do not have undergraduate or graduate degrees in a STEM field. Most publications about health science librarians’ education focus on job skills librarians should learn to become better information specialists rather than past educational accomplishments. An online survey will be distributed nationally using Qualtrics software. The survey will gather information about medical and health science librarians’ formal educational history and ongoing educational pursuits since accepting their current librarian position.
    • Effort Reporting Policy

      Division of Sponsored Program Administration; Georgia Health Sciences University (2003-04)
      This policy establishes institutional requirements for reporting effort on extramurally sponsored projects. Compensation for personnel services constitutes the largest component of the expenses charged to sponsored projects so it is important that the effort is charged correctly to the projects. Effort reporting is a process required by the federal government to verify that direct charges for salary to Federally sponsored agreements are reasonable and reflect actual work performed. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requires that distribution of salaries, whether treated as direct or facilities and administrative (F&A) costs, must be documented in the accounting system. OMB Circular A-21 requires that the allocation of salaries will be accomplished by a method which will be in accordance with the criteria in A-21, will produce an equitable distribution of charges for employee’s activities, and distinguishes employees’ direct activities from their F&A activities.
    • Einthoven String Galvanometer

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-06-03)
    • Electrical Safety Policy

      Electrical Health & Safety; Georgia Health Sciences University (2008-01-15)
      Georgia Health Sciences University has adopted and thoroughly endorses a progressive fire safety program to promote institutional safety in compliance with state and federal regulations. All GHSU faculty, staff, students, patients and visitors shall comply with institutional standards when planning, purchasing, installing, and using all electrical equipment and appliances.
    • Electrical Safety Policy

      Electrical Health & Safety; Georgia Health Sciences University (2008-01-15)
      Georgia Health Sciences University has adopted and thoroughly endorses a progressive fire safety program to promote institutional safety in compliance with state and federal regulations. All GHSU faculty, staff, students, patients and visitors shall comply with institutional standards when planning, purchasing, installing, and using all electrical equipment and appliances
    • Electrocardiograph: Cambridge VS-III

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-04-03)
    • Electrocardiograph: Sanborn Viso-Cardiette

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-04-03)
    • Electrodyne Transistor Pacemaker

      Augusta University Libraries
      Electrodyne Transistor Pacemaker
    • Electronic Data Backup Policy

      Information Technology Support and Services; Georgia Health Sciences University (2015-12-18)
      Georgia Health Sciences University maintains a large and growing body of data stored exclusively in electronic form. Much of these data are critical to the operation of the University, and it is clear that the University could suffer significant loss should an important set of data be permanently lost.
    • Electronic Mail Retention, Backup, and Recovery Policy

      Information Technology Support and Services; Georgia Health Sciences University (2015-12-18)
      To establish a retention and backup policy and procedure related to electronic mail
    • Elema-Schonander External Pacemaker Leads

      Augusta University Libraries
      Elema-Schonander External Pacemaker Leads
    • Embarrassment of Riches--Adapting to a Surfeit of Instruction Time Teaching Evidence-Based Dentistry Concepts to First-Year Dental Students

      Shipman, Peter; Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library (Augusta University, 2018-11-19)
      Objective: The medical librarian will develop new active learning content for first-year predoctoral dental students to learn the Question and Find portions of the evidence-based dentistry (EBD) process. Methods: Restructuring of the dental curriculum resulted in the librarian being awarded more instruction time to teach the Question (PICO –Problem, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome) and Find (search PubMed) portions of the evidence-based dentistry (EBD) process in a two-credit critical thinking research class. Instruction time increased from one session of 90 minutes to two sessions, 240 minutes total.A new active learning activity will be developed to enhance skills in portions of the course where the students have traditionally under performed, due to lack of time. These skills include more accurately matching clinical question concepts to the corresponding PICO element and analyzing the rigor of the automatic term mapping results in PubMed. Another key skill is to create new search strategies in PubMed when the search result list is inadequate or null.Some teaching elements from the previous version of the class will continue: the flipped classroom pre-class recordings, a PICO worksheet for in-class use, student reasoning of their search strategies, and the librarian providing live feedback of search strategies. Results: Increased instruction time leads to more examples of clinical questions, PICO formatting, and PubMed searching. A segment on the importance of lifelong learning in the context of competency-based education was added. A formative assessment session, a Jeopardy-style quiz element, was reinstated to the course. Conclusion: The students had more opportunities to actively learn evidence-based dentistry skills –PICO formatting, PubMed searching, and learning the EBD process. With more instruction time, greater emphasis could be devoted to lifelong learning, and a formative assessment session was used to tie in all the elements.
    • Embedded Librarians: Collaborations in Research and Teaching

      Gaines, Julie K.; Mears, Kim; Blake, Lindsay; Davies, Kathy J; Shipman, Peter; Ballance, Darra; Seago, Brenda L; Robert B. Greenblatt, MD Library, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA (Georgia Regents University, 2013-03)
      The increased use of online information resources has allowed health sciences librarians to seek new roles outside of the physical library. A proactive approach is needed to provide information at the time and location of need. The Georgia Regents University (GRU) Librarians have responded to this shift by exploring a model of embedded librarianship that provides specialized assistance and deeper involvement at the college level. Embedded librarianship uses a service model that incorporates librarians as active university participants as opposed to the traditional role of service providers.
    • Embryology Model

      Medical College of Georgia (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-02-22)