Researchers at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, and Children's Hospital Boston, MA evaluated the incidence rates of written-language disorder (WLD), with and without reading disability (RD), according to gender, among children with and without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in a population-based birth cohort.
This sub-collection includes materials that pertain to Base Hospital #12, which was Northwestern's Unit during World War I. The documents range from entertainment programs, to reunion invitations, to correspondence that refer to Base Hospital #12.
Base Hospital #12
DigitalHub. Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center
The Dissemination, Impact, and Access Workshop for Programs, Centers, and Institutes at Northwestern University was held on Thursday, July 20, 2017 from 9:45 a.m. 3:30 p.m. All program assistants, program coordinators, program managers, research administrators (and other similar titles!) were invited for the one-day interactive workshop hosted by Galter Library and NUCATS. Lunch was provided by Galter Health Sciences Library.
This workshop had sessions on: Dissemination. How do you make your program's work more visible? Dissemination is much more than publishing in journals. Learn about making a dissemination plan, using social media, and see dissemination in action. Impact. Do you know how the research community is using your program's outputs? Impact can be challenging not only to track, but also to write about. Learn how to efficiently track scholarly work and creatively describe impact. Access. Even brilliant research can go unnoticed if it's not accessible. Learn how to make your program's research accessible in many avenues and brush up on complying with federal policies.
Dissemination, Research impact, Accessibility, Research support, Open science, Galter Library , Workshop, Evaluation
Gutzman, Karen E, Smith, Patty Lauren, Shaw, Pamela L