During UNeMed’s Innovation Week, members of the UNMC Makers Club will facilitate the 3D Printing in Healthcare Panel. Expert panelists will discuss the potential of 3D printing in biomedical applications, what is possible today, and all that might be possible tomorrow.
Plus, during this event, you can register to win a free 3D printer to be given away during the Innovation Awards Ceremony and Reception on Oct. 6. (Must be present to win.)
Join us on Tuesday, October 4 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm in DRC 1002 (auditorium). Free lunch will be provided for the first 80 people. This event is co-sponsored by the McGoogan Library of Medicine.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services today issued a final rule (link is external) that specifies requirements for registering certain clinical trials and submitting summary results information to ClinicalTrials.gov. The new rule expands the legal requirements for submitting registration and results information. At the same time, the National Institutes of Health has issued a complementary policy (link is external) for registering and submitting summary results information to ClinicalTrials.gov for all NIH-funded trials, including those not subject to the final rule. A news release includes links that provides summaries and a table to better understand the changes.
Important elements of the final rule include:
- Providing a checklist for evaluating which clinical trials are subject to the regulations and who is responsible for submitting required information;
- Expanding the scope of trials for which summary results information must be submitted to include trials involving FDA-regulated products that have not yet been approved, licensed, or cleared by the FDA;
- Requiring additional registration and summary results information data elements to be submitted to ClinicalTrials.gov, including the race and ethnicity of trial participants, if collected, and the full protocol;
- Requiring additional types of adverse event information; and
- Providing a list of potential legal consequences for non-compliance.
Post from Midcontinental Region News. Used with permission.
Library Acquisitions Technician
Collection Development and Metadata
Tell us about your job in the library.
I order books, journals, equipment and office supplies for the McGoogan Library. I process the invoices for payment for these items and maintain records of the payments. I also register and process the payments for Library staff members attending meetings, conferences, classes and webinars.
When would you most likely meet or talk with me?
I would most likely meet or talk with you when I am contacted about possible donations of book and journals to the Library.
What do you like about working in the library?
I like doing my part to make materials available to our patrons that will help them in their work and studies. I like working with other Library staff so resources can be accessed both electronic and print.
What do you like to do outside of work?
I enjoy reading and traveling outside of work. I like to spend time with my family, especially my nieces and nephews.
There is good news for RefWorks users who have the latest Word versions on Mac or Windows!
RefWorks has engineered a new version of Write-n-Cite, the tool used to insert citations in Word documents. The new version called RefWorks Citation Manager (RCM) is installed through the Windows Store and is compatible with the latest version of Office. This is available on both Mac and Windows and will eventually be available on iOS, Android and Office 365. Please see these instructions for adding RCM to Word.