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Spring Break Studying

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014 | Posted in Faculty, News, Services, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Before you head to the beach, how about hitting those books?  The FMHI Research Library will be open the week of spring break.  If you need assistance with papers, projects, research topics, literature reviews, and using the databases, stop or give us a call.  (We’re also available online:  send us a question OR request a research consultation). We’re happy to assist!

Claudia Dold:  cdold@usf.edu; 813-974-7040

Tomaro Taylor: tomaro@usf.edu; 813-974-5750

Faculty Panel Discussion on the Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014 | Posted in Events, Faculty, News, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

FMHI Research Library Faculty Panel Discussion on The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, 02/26/14.

(L to R): Paul Stiles, Tamara Baker, Penne Williams

On February 26, 2014, the FMHI Research Library held a faculty panel discussion centered on the 2013-2014 USF Common Reading Experience selection, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.  The panel featured three faculty members from the USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences: Tamara Baker, Ph.D., Paul Stiles, Ph.D., J.D., and Penne Williams, MSW, LCSW.  Following a 30-minute presentation with topics ranging from research and medical ethics, health disparities, and the grieving and bereavement process, a lively discussion considering race, socioeconomic class, ethical and moral research, and both contemporary and future issues in the research process ensued.

 

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Attendees consider the ethical, moral, racial, and socioeconomic factors presented by the panelists.

 

If you were able to attend the presentation, we hope you had a great time.  If you weren’t able to attend, other  events centered on The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks continue around campus.  Check out the events calendar for more information.

A.A. Heckman Endowed Fellowship Fund

Monday, February 10th, 2014 | Posted in Faculty, News, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

The A.A. Heckman Endowed Fellowship Fund is intended to fund research, study, documentation, and dissemination of archival materials that advance the historical record and provide insight into America’s continuing relationship with-and response to-alcohol and drug use, misuse, and addiction.

The Fellowship is available to scholars in the fields of anthropology, sociology, history, medicine, and related fields. Depending upon applicants’ anticipated expenses, it provides partial to full financial support for travel to and from an archives collection, including but not limited to the Hazelden Pittman Archives Collection.* Room and board expenses may also be eligible. The Fellowship will be paid upon receipt of a copy of a written document of the project’s findings or results, and dated and itemized expense receipts.

The number of Fellowships awarded each year and the amounts of Fellowships awarded each year will vary, depending upon the number of qualified applicants who submit applications and who are accepted, as well as the estimations of anticipated expenses. Fellowship awards may vary from $100 to $4,000 per award.
Applications may require an interview. Applications are reviewed by committee, whose decisions are final.

To apply for the Fellowship, please email the following information to Barbara Weiner, Library Manager, at bweiner@hazelden.org.

YOUR NAME
CONTACT INFORMATION
NAME AND LOCATION OF ARCHIVE TO BE ACCESSED
EDUCATION AND/OR EDUCATIONAL AFFILIATION
PURPOSE OF RESEARCH
SPECIFY LEARNING OUTCOMES YOU HOPE TO ACHIEVE
EDUCATIONAL GOAL FOR THIS FELLOWSHIP
DESCRIBE THE SCHOLARLY WORK
ESTIMATED PROPOSED DATES OF TRAVEL
ESTIMATED DATE OF SUBMISSION OF PROJECT FINDINGS
PROJECTED EXPENSES
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*The Hazelden Pittman Archives is a collection of historical alcoholism literature and artifacts located at Hazelden’s main campus in Center City, MN, USA. It is comprised of over 1,500 books, and about 2000 pamphlets, letters, posters, postcards, trade labels, novelties, memorabilia, movies, journals, newspapers, magazines, and medicine bottles. The collection is focused on the topic of alcoholism, along with the related topics of drug addiction, prohibition, temperance, Alcoholics Anonymous, treatment, counseling, and gambling. It is available for research by appointment.

Todat at 11:30: Faculty Panel Discussion on Henrietta Lacks

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 | Posted in Events, Faculty, Hours, News, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Join faculty from the USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences as they discuss The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks within the context of African American mental, behavioral, and physical health and well-being.  Panelists include Tamara A. Baker, Ph.D., Paul Stiles, Ph.D., and Penne Williams, MSW, LCSW.  Light refreshments will be provided.

Location: FMHI Research Library, MHC 1727
Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Time: 11:30 AM

For additional information or to request reasonable accommodations, please contact Librarian Tomaro Taylor at tomaro@usf.edu or 813-974-5750.

Read More Journals

Friday, January 31st, 2014 | Posted in Collections, Faculty, News, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

We have 10 journal titles onsite that are ready to be read! Here are highlights of the most recent issues:

Psychiatric Services, 64.12

  • Use of administrative data to identify off-label use of second generation antipsychotics in a medicaid population
  • Prescribing of psychotropic medications to patients without a psychiatric diagnosis
  • Interventions to increase initial appointment attendance in Mental health services: a systematic review
  • Antipsychotic formulation and one-year rehospitalization of schizophrenia patients: A population-based cohort study

Evaluation and Program Planning, 41

  • An economic evaluation of public programs for internationalization: the case of the diagnostic program in Spain
  • Building national M&E systems in the context of changing aid modalities: The underexplored potential of National Evaluation Societies

POZ, January/February 2014

  • Body counts pg
  • Faith, hope, and charity
  • POZ heroes

JAIDS, 65.2

  •  Impact of HIV Exposure on Health Outcomes in HIV-Negative Infants Born to HIV-Positive Mothers in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • The Veterans Aging Cohort Study Index is Associated With Concurrent Risk for Neurocognitive Impairment
  •  Cotrimoxazole Prophylaxis Versus Mefloquine Intermittent Preventive Treatment to Prevent Malaria in HIV-Infected Pregnant Women: Two Randomized Controlled Trials
  • Peak Bone Mass in Young HIV-Infected Patients Compared With Healthy Controls
  • Brief Report: Incidence and Risk Factors for Incident Hepatitis C Infection Among Men Who Have Sex With Men With HIV-1 Infection in a Large Urban HIV Clinic in Tokyo
  • Implementation and Operational Research: High Risk of Obesity and Weight Gain for HIV-Infected Uninsured Minorities

Health Affairs, 33.1

  • Let’s Make A Deal: Trading Malpractice Reform For Health Reform
  • Greatest Impact Of Safe Harbor Rule May Be To Improve Patient Safety. Not Reduce Liability Claims Paid By Physicians
  • National Health Spending In 2012: Rate Of Health Spending Growth Remained Low For The Fourth Consecutive Year
  • New Evidence On The Affordable Care Act: Coverage Impacts Of Early Medicaid Expansions
  • Moving For Medicaid? Recent Eligibility Expansions Did Not Induce Migration From Other States
  • The Care Span Analysis Of Early Accountable Care Organizations Defines Patient, Structural, Cost, And Quality-Of-Care Characteristics
  • Survey Finds Few Orthopedic Surgeons Know The Costs Of The Devices They Implant

Behavioral Disorders, 38.3

  • Preliminary Psychometrics of the Participatory Evaluation and Expert Review for Classrooms Serving Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities (PEER-EBD)
  •  Can Students with Emotional and/or Behavioral Disabilities Improve on Planning and Writing in the Content Areas of Civics and Mathematics?

What’s New at the FMHI Research Library?

Thursday, January 30th, 2014 | Posted in Collections, Faculty, News, Resources, Services, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Have you seen some the recent changes to the library?

  • The CARD Resource Library now occupies the northwest corner of the FMHI Research Library.
  • Next to CARD’s new space is a new “Knowledge is Power!” wall decal (Thanks, CARD!)
  • A group study room is now available in MHC 1738.  Visit the front desk for more information.
  • And, we have four “airport stations” just waiting for you and a project partner to use.  (No, they’re not as new as the other stuff, but you’ll find them located in the middle of it all!)

Stop by and see the changes!

Consult with a librarian

Thursday, January 30th, 2014 | Posted in Faculty, Services, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

A research consultation is a one-on-one session with a librarian to help you conduct research efficiently and successfully.  Consultations may include developing search strategies, structuring systematic literature reviews, and delving deeply into databases -  and much more.  To schedule a consultation with Claudia or Tomaro, complete the form at http://lib.usf.edu/fmhi/schedule-research-help/.  Include your name, email address and information about your research project, and we’ll get back to you in 24-48 hours.

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Contact Us

Thursday, January 30th, 2014 | Posted in Faculty, News, Services, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Do you have a question for an FMHI Librarian?  Contact us using our new form: http://lib.usf.edu/fmhi/contact-us/.  Leave your name, email address/phone number, and a brief message, and we’ll be sure to return contact within 24-48 hours.  It’s just that simple!

And, yes – you’re always welcome to stop by or give us a call during regular business hours:  Monday- Thursday, 8 AM – 6 PM, and Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM.

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Happy New Year!

Monday, January 6th, 2014 | Posted in Faculty, News, Resources, Services, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Welcome to the new year, and welcome back to campus!  FMHI Librarians and Staff are here to help you have a successful and productive new year.  Here’s how we can help:

Research assistance -  Librarians Claudia Dold and Tomaro Taylor can help you focus your research question, search for pertinent information, and manage and cite the materials you’ve found.  If you’re a faculty researcher, we can conduct systematic literature reviews on your behalf or work with your research team to ensure effective search results.

Course support – Onsite reserves, customized instruction sessions, instructional videos, and embedded course content are just some of the ways we assist with classes.

Study and project spaces Check out our newest study room, MHC 1738.

Basic technical assistance -  FMHI Library students assistants can help you navigate basic library computing, printing, and scanning problems.  Just ask at the front desk!

Have a great semester!  Go Bulls!

 

 

 

 

 

Journal Subscription Changes

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 | Posted in Collections, Faculty, News, Resources, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Beginning January 2014, the following journals will no longer be available in print.  Journal content from 2014 forward will be accessible online only via the library’s e-subscriptions.

Questions about this change should be directed to FMHI Collections Librarian, Tomaro Taylor.

 

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