• Pantopaque Ampuls

      Augusta Unversity
      Sealed cardboard box containing 3 ampuls (3ml each) of Pantopaque (iophendylate injection) for Myelography. Mtd by Lafayette Pharmacal Inc. Dimensions are: .75" H x 1.8" W x 2.6" L; weight: .8 oz.
    • Paragon X-Ray Plates

      Augusta University
      Cardboard box of Paragon X-Ray Plates, which reads "made especially for fine radiographic work. Geo. W. Brady & Co. sole distributor, Chicago, ILL. Open in dark room only." Inside the box are two plates, each is an X-Ray of a child's elbow. Dimensions of box are: 1" H x 7" W x 9" L; weight: 8.9 oz.
    • Parke-Davis 2400 Series Electrocardiograph

      Augusta University Libraries
      Parke-Davis 2400 Series Electrocardiograph
    • Parking Penalty Appeals Committee

      Public Safety Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2005-12)
      To designate a committee to review appeals of campus parking citations
    • Partnering with Business Faculty for Information Literacy Instruction

      Bustos, Rod; Blocker, LouAnn; Reese Library (Augusta State University, 2012-10-12)
      Presentation given at GACOMO 2012 about partnering with business school faculty for information literacy instruction.
    • Password Protection Policy

      Information Technology Support and Services; Georgia Health Sciences University (2005-12)
      Passwords are an important aspect of computer security. They are the front line of protection for user accounts. A poorly chosen password may result in the compromise of critical GHSU resources. As such, all GHSU faculty, staff and students (including contractors and vendors with access to GHSU systems) are responsible for taking the appropriate steps, as outlined below, to select and secure their passwords.
    • Patient Confidentiality Policy

      Visual and Instructional Design; Georgia Health Sciences University (2007-12)
      10.05 Patient Confidentiality Policy: In accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), all customers using the services of the Division of Visual and Instructional Design must complete a form ensuring that all materials to be used in the design of the project meet HIPAA requirements for release of confidential protected health information (PHI).
    • Patient Encounter: Using Virtual EHR To Integrate Library Resources With Second Year Medical Students

      Davies, Kathy J; Bandy, Sandra L.; Kouame, Gail; Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library (Augusta University, 2018-11-19)
      Objective Library faculty collaborated to explore new teaching approaches to illustrate student use of library resources in simulated clinical settings with standardized patients. Methods: Librarians co-developed clinical scenarios in collaboration with medical educators to connect library resources to standardized patient experiences for second-year students. Students interviewed standardized patients and used critical thinking to diagnosis the condition, guided by a librarian and clinical facilitator. In real time, students selected appropriate evidence-based medicine resources to complete the course assignment. The patient scenarios were adjusted with each teaching session, this year incorporating simulated patient electronic health records (EHR). Students incorporated library resources at each stage to evaluate the provided patient’s history, prescriptions, and clinical results to determine diagnosis and treatment. Results: The clinical scenarios illustrated how to use library resources effectively in a “real world” setting. In previous years, students distributed searching of the resources among the team members rather than completing the evidence-based process as a cohesive unit. The implementation of the virtual EHR reversed this trend with students working together to address each component of the standardized patient encounter. The students were more engaged with the recent changes and expressed greater understanding of library resources. Library faculty gained deeper knowledge of how clinicians and students view library resources use for evidence-based practice. Conclusions: Students utilized the opportunity to practice information seeking skills within a mock clinical setting and gained more experience using patient care tools. Knowledge of clinical library resources increased amongst the students with the recent insertion of the virtual EHR within the standardized patient experience.
    • Performance Appraisals of Classified Employees Policy

      Human Resources Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2011-11)
      Georgia Health Sciences University supports a performance management process that is consistent and continuous, and emphasizes communication between supervisors and employees. Supervisors are expected to assess and ensure optimal employee performance, document acceptable and unacceptable performance, and to improve performance that is below standards or below an employee’s capabilities. Critical to meeting this expectation are regular evaluations of an employee’s progress, accurate documentation of that progress, and regular communications with the employee.
    • Personnel Action Request Policy

      Human Resources Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2003-07)
      To prescribe and define the necessary procedures, entry codes and effective dates for completing a Personnel Action Request for all employees
    • Pet Policy for Residence Halls

      Residence Life; Georgia Health Sciences University (2008-06-13)
      6.06 Pet Policy for Residence Halls: Animals of any kind, with the exception of aquatic fish in aquariums of 10 gallons or less, are prohibited from Georgia Health Sciences residence halls or adjacent grounds.
    • Photocopying of Copyrighted Work Policy

      Controller’s Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2014-08-07)
      To set forth the policies and procedures to be used by all GHSU faculty, staff and students reproducing any copyrighted work.
    • Phyllis Johnson O'Neal, Class of 1943, Medical College of Georgia

      O'Neal, Phyllis Johnson; Carlisle, Lynda Lee; Hicks, Claire; Medical College of Georgia (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 1984-10-23)
      This is a transcription of an audio-recorded interview of Dr. Phyllis Johnson O'Neal conducted by Lynda Lee Carlisle and Claire Hicks as an independent study project during their fourth year as medical students at MCG on October 23, 1984.
    • Physical Disabilities & Learning Disorder Policy

      Campus Life Services (2001-10)
      6.12 Physical Disabilities & Learning Disorder Policy: Georgia Health Sciences lkliversity, in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act,ensures that all students with disabilities are afforded equal opportunity and access to all programs and facilities at Georgia Health Sciences University. Georgia Health Sciences University also adheres to a policy of equal educational opportunities for all students with learning disorders. The University System of Georgia has adopted eligibility criteria to identify students who demonstrate specific learning disorders. The appropriateness of accommodations for each case must be evaluated on its ovvn facts and merits (Americans with Disabilities Act, 1990).
    • Physiology - Lymphatic System

      Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author and date are unknown. The subject is the lymphatic system.
    • Physiology Seminar on “The Hamilton Days”

      Dow, Philip; Augusta University (1976-10-11)
      This is a transcription of a lecture titled "Hamilton Days" given by Philip Dow, PhD on October 11, 1976 as part of the MCG Physiology Seminar.
    • Picker X-Ray Corporation Flexible Film Holder, 8x10

      Augusta University
      Picker X-Ray Corporation Flexible Film Holder, 8x10. Dimensions are: 8.6" W x 10.75" L; weight: 3.4 oz.
    • Pill Case

      Augusta University