Congratulations participants on another successful Healthi4U Student Video Competition! From many impressive videos, 3 winners were selected: 1st Place ($3,000) was awarded to the “Care for Clean Air” video. Their video also won the People’s Choice awards, earning them an additional $500. 2nd Place ($1,000) was awarded to the video, “Today I Am Alive.” This …Read More »
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Who can judge this competition? Any University of Utah employee can judge the Healthi4U competition videos. What’s the time commitment? Judges will review 3-5 videos from November 7-14. Videos are 1-3 minutes in length, so the entire judging process will take about an hour. Judges will use an online rubric to judge each video on …Read More »
Healthi4U is an annual competitive program for interdisciplinary teams of students at the University of Utah to create short health-related videos. Monetary awards will be given to the top three, and 2 special categories, People’s Choice and Best Foreign Language.
Charles James Nabors, Ph.D is one of the featured activists in our Celebratory Retrospective on the History of African Americans in Utah. Below is Nabors’ biography from the Celebrating Leadership in INCLUSIVE EXCELLENCE Volume 1 by the University of Utah Health Sciences Office of Health Equity and Inclusion.
Games4Health is in full-swing and wants your participation! University of Utah employees can be judges. Students, it’s time to develop a health game idea, make a video, and win a cash prize!
The Eccles Library is hosting the NLM traveling exhibit, Life and Limb: The Toll of the American Civil War. The exhibit will be on display until Saturday, January 30, 2016, in the portrait area on the Main Level . More information about the exhibit can be found on the NLM exhibit website.
On Wednesday, January 6, 2016, Appy Hour traveled to the University Hospital’s Pharmacy conference room. Erin Fox, the Director of Drug Information Services, demoed both the web-based and app versions of Micromedex and LexiComp.
By Darell Schmick It’s that time again: R1 Research grant deadlines are coming up! If you’re benefiting from NIH funding, are you compliant? Many researchers believe this to be a hassle, but there’s a great benefit to what compliance brings. Public Access Policy requirements pertain to your published work if: It was peer-reviewed It was …Read More »
Join Us. Drop In. Come on Over. Wednesday, September 9, 2015, 2:30-3:30 PM Synapse, Garden Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library Exercise and chat with your colleagues for a mid-afternoon break! Join us for refreshments and conversation. Share your favorite app. Featured Apps: Moves & 7 Minute Workout Presentation at 2:15pm by Liz Joy, …Read More »
On Tuesday, March 17, Amanda Truong, a School of Medicine student, presented “VisualDx”. VisualDx is a “decision support software designed by clinicians to aid medical professionals in the diagnosis of visually identifiable diseases.” Amanda is very interested in dermatology and discovered the app while working in Ghana with the University of Utah’s Department of Dermatology. …Read More »