Training Session: Open Access and Funder Requirements

Canada’s funding agencies (CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC) require that peer-reviewed articles resulting from funded research must be made Open Access (accessible freely to the general public) within 12 months after the original publication date. This Researcher Workshop will review Open Access options to help you comply with the funder requirements. Bannatyne Campus Date:Wednesday, October 12, 2016 Time:12:00pm – 1:00pm … Continue reading

Research Essentials – Training Session at NJM

Due to popular demand, the NJM Library will be holding an extra GradSteps session on Research Essentials. This session will highlight library tools and services that every graduate student should know. Learn about searching for theses, document delivery, article alerts, an overview of citation management software and more. What: Research Essentials When: Tuesday, October 5 … Continue reading

Updated: Current Perspectives in the Literature on End of Life Care

“End of Life Care”, from the J.W. Crane Memorial Library’s Current Perspectives series, has been updated with information on new articles, books, videos and web resources. It can be accessed here: http://libguides.lib.umanitoba.ca/endoflife Current Perspectives consists of selected articles from the current journal literature, focusing on systematic reviews, best practices and innovative approaches to encourage excellence in … Continue reading

Young Carers Program – Crane Library Web Pick of the Week

The Young Carers Project, in partnership with the Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (MAREP), engaged in a joint research/knowledge translation project to: Identify the needs of young carers in the community Create resources that will help them meet their needs and manage in their roles Help community agencies understand how they can better support … Continue reading

Researcher Workshop Series – 2016/17 Series

The 2016-17 Researcher Workshop series will be starting soon. The Health Sciences Libraries will be running free lunchtime sessions once a month at both the NJM Library and St. Boniface Research Centre, focused on topics that will provide new ways for participants to enhance their technical expertise and expand their research presence. Topics to be … Continue reading

Music and Memory at Misericordia Health Centre – Crane Library Web Pick of the Week

This document is intended to introduce interested long-term care workers and program managers to the role of music in dementia care, in particular individualized music and the Music and Memory™ program. It describes Music and Memory™ implementation at Misericordia Health Centre, the development of an Observational Checklist designed to capture resident responses to music and … Continue reading