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Issue 11 - November 2006 - A Google Scholar meets the Search Queen, plus Women's Health and Mount Zion Memories
The Search Queen sets the Google Scholar straight on the pitfalls of searching. Plus, we pay a visit to the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health and their Women's Health Resource Center, and talk with Dr. John Kerner about his years as a Mount Zion physician.
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The Search Queen and the Google Scholar
The Search Queen lectures the Google Scholar about the dangers of bypassing other research databases.
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Mount Zion Memories
We visit with John Kerner, M.D., former Chief-of-Staff and Director of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Mount Zion.
The Center of Excellence in Women's Health
The UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health (CoE) is one of the original six institutions so designated by the US Department of Health and Human Services. Since 1996, the CoE has played a key role as a leader of innovations in clinical practice, in the discovery of new information, and in the development of professional and community education. In this video segment, we visit with Dr. Nancy Milliken, Director of the UCSF CoE and the UCSF Women’s Health Center, and some of the CoE staff as they celebrate the 10th anniversary of the UCSF Center of Excellence in Women’s Health.
The CoE model of health integrates five core components- all important aspects for transforming women’s health and improving lives:
- Clinical care
- Professional Education and Training
- Leadership Development
- Community Partnership
Visit these UCSF Women's Health websites to learn more:
- The UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health
- The Women's Health Resource Center
- The UCSF Women's Health Clinical Research Center
- Issue 6, February 2005
- Issue 7, May 2005
- Issue 8, December 2005, Mount Zion Chronicles
- Issue 9, February 2006
- Issue 10, June 2006
- Issue 11, November 2006
- Issue 12, March 2007
- Issue 13, August 2007
- Issue 14, March 2008
- Issue 15, December 2008
- Issue 16, January 2010
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