Category Archives: Rad 2325 Inter-Hospital Case Studies Project
There is a MANDATORY MEETING today October 31 for all Group Leaders with Professor Vinokur in the Lab Room 501 at 12:45 P.M. TODAY!
Today I finally got this.So Lets try to work on it ASAP: Dear Colleagues, Thank you for your participation in the 11th Annual Poster Session. You make the Poster Session a success. Please find below information related to the … Continue reading
PowerPoint Presentation Due October 9th, 2013
The PowerPoint Presentation due on Wednesday October 9th, 2013 should include the following: – a few radiographic images -a description of the images and small summary of the case study -the entire presentation should be approximately 2-3 slides. *Please send … Continue reading
Group meeting with Professor Vinokur at 12:45 PM TODAY in the LAB! It will only take 5-10 minutes of your time and this meeting is mandatory.
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Group #4 Assessment
Identify responsibilities within the group: Presentation- Li & Zonia, Poster-Alejandra & Mathew, powerpoint- Cristina, Essay-Rehab & Jennifer 2. Did you complete all of the tasks assigned to you? _X__ yes ____ no ____ most of them 3. If either the … Continue reading
City Tech Eleventh Annual Poster Session Dear Colleagues, The Eleventh Annual Poster Session will be held on Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 1 to 4 pm. This event will feature the results of the research of our faculty and students, … Continue reading
AMA Style Attention Group Leaders
Hi All Just a quick correction we should be using the AMA (American Medical Association) style of formatting for our papers, not the APA(American Psychological) style. I found a link to make it a bit easier on our paper writers http://library.stkate.edu/pdf/citeAMA.pdf … Continue reading
GROUP ASSESSMENT #4
Group Assessment 1. Identify your responsibilities within the group: I’m the group researcher . 2. Did you complete all of the tasks assigned to you? most of them 3. If either the above answer is “no” or “most of them,” … Continue reading