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PHS@the Library Returns to the Health Sciences Libraryby Kimberley Barker on 2023-03-09T13:26:08-05:00 | 0 Comments
WHAT IS IT?
Public Health Sciences @ the Library is a free service staffed by UVA School of Medicine Public Health Sciences statisticians that addresses introductory statistics and research methods questions.
HOW DID IT BEGIN?
PHS@the Library began several years ago as an in-person service, operating out of the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library. The pandemic changed that, with consultations occurring only online for the past three years. However, we're happy to announce that PHS@the Library is back in-house!
WHAT ARE THE DETAILS?
Beginning March 14, PHS@the Library will offer walk-up consultations in the Health Sciences Library. Knowing that some may prefer or require an online consultation, the service is also offering a Zoom Room option. Finally, for those who are unable to make the available time slots, PHS@the Library offers appointments upon request by contacting Mark Smolkin, PHS Senior Biostatistician at email@example.com.
PHS@the Library is available to students (medical, nursing, BIMS), clinical staff (residents, nurses, clinicians), research staff, and iTHRIV partners.
HOW DO I ACCESS THIS SERVICE?
Consult the schedule below to plan your visit:
Monday 2:00 PM-4:00 PM PHS@the Library zoom room https://virginia.zoom.us/j/94295365649?pwd=QnMrS3JaVGZadlhtZVd1R3NzbkR3UT09
Tuesday 2:00 PM-4:00 PM: In-person at HSL (first floor)
Wednesday 2:00 PM-4:00 PM In-person at HSL (first floor)
Thursday 2:00 PM-4:00 PM In-person at HSL (first floor)
Friday 2:00 PM-4:00 PM PHS@the Library zoom room https://virginia.zoom.us/j/94295365649?pwd=QnMrS3JaVGZadlhtZVd1R3NzbkR3UT09
We are happy to see PHS@the Library back in the Library, and are grateful for their partnership in providing support to the UVA Health research community.
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