EBM and Clinical Support Librarians@UCHC

A blog for medical students, faculty and librarians about their use of evidence based medicine, clinical literature, Web 2.0, sources and search strategies

About

Kathleen Crea is the administrator for this blog. She is a member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals and holds a Masters and 6th Year Degree in Library & Information Science. Ms. Crea has been an Information & Education Services librarian at Lyman Maynard Stowe Library since 1996. She teaches a variety of formal and informal classes for UCHC School of Medicine, including facilitator for first and second year Problem Based Learning.

Views or opinions expressed on this page are those of the blogger and do not necessarily reflect views of her employer, UCHC, the Library or other members of the library staff. Ms. Crea is solely responsible for its content, and does not necessarily approve of – nor endorse – content found on third-party websites or blogs that she links to.

Information found on this site should never be used or applied as medical advice or for treatment of actual patients.  Confidential health information, or information about actual patients, is not collected or stored by the site administrator.Public comments from readers are filtered by the site administrator who reserves the right to delete any messages, images or spam which use derogatory or objectionable language, images or profanity.  Ms. Crea accepts no revenues or income from any source while writing or maintaining this blog. Link sharing between this blog and sites such as Technorati, StumbleUpon, Feed Burner or other RSS-feed or Web directory services does not generate income or revenue for the blogger. No advertising is accepted for placement on the blog.

Please direct all email inquiries to the site administrator at ebmblog@gmail.com

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9 responses to “About

  1. Visual Medical Dictionary August 30, 2007 at 2:30 AM

    Hi,

    I was reading your blog and thought you (or your readers) might be interested in a web-based medical dictionary visualization tool we host for free at our site:
    Visual Medical Dictionary
    http://www.curehunter.com/public/dictionary.do
    It goes beyond regular dictionaries by displaying an ontology context tree (MeSH based) and interactive network graph of related drugs, diseases and therapies.

    For example: a search for “obesity” will show a strong relationship with “Insulin” and “Exercise” among other drugs and therapies.

    Please check it out if you get a chance.

  2. creaky15 August 30, 2007 at 10:04 AM

    Thanks for your post. I will take a look at curehunter.
    Creaky15

  3. Sumer Sethi February 6, 2008 at 6:33 AM

    As you are covering radiology my radiology blog may be of interest to you. http://sumerdoc.blogspot.com It has been covered in Journal of thoracic imaging recently.

  4. creaky15 February 8, 2008 at 3:38 PM

    Thanks, I will take a look.
    Creaky

  5. Patti Fousek April 24, 2008 at 12:21 PM

    Hello there,

    My name is Patti Fousek. I’m helping WGBH (www.wgbh.org) and The League for Innovation (www.league.org) announce the launch of the Getting Results website at http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/.

    “Getting Results” (http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/index.html) is a free online professional development training course designed to give community college faculty effective teaching tools and strategies to enhance their teaching styles and methods. I feel that you and your readers – especially faculty members – would be interested in our professional development resource.

    Please take a look when you have a chance.

    thanks,

    Patti

  6. Alexandra Snyder June 18, 2008 at 5:57 PM

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  7. biochemistryquestions March 6, 2009 at 9:47 PM

    Congratulations for a nice and interesting blog. Besides the general structure and contents of the blog, I loved the idea of the Friday posts. It is a very good solution to the imperative needs that we feel sometimes to share some information that is not related to our blog, without having to open another blog.
    I will copy your idea, even the idea to do it on Fridays, just to call it “Casual Friday”!

  8. creaky15 March 9, 2009 at 7:18 AM

    “Casual Fridays” posts – go for it !
    Creaky

  9. Pingback: Casual Friday No.1: The song of the Medical Students « The Biochemistry Questions Site

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