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Former EBM I Literature Review Requirements: Scientific Writing Resources

This guide has information about the literature review assignment for the Evidence Based Medicine I course at NEOMED.

General Writing Resources

Other Writing Resources

See the chapter of the following book available via AccessPharmacy for information about literature evaluation and professional writing.

Kier KL. Drug Information and Drug Literature Evaluation. In: Nemire RE, Kier KL, Assa-Eley M. eds. Pharmacy Student Survival Guide, 3e New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2014. [cited 3/20/18]. Available here.

Scientific Writing Resources

Help for English as a Second Language Students

Support Services for ESL Students

The Learning Center has hired a part-time ESL tutor from Kent State University’s Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) graduate program. This tutor, Amanda Balch, will collaborate with Learning Center staff, and faculty from both the COM and COP to offer one-on-one meetings to address students’ concerns with writing, communication, public speaking, field-specific vocabulary, and more.

 

Sessions will be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings throughout the academic year.

  • You can sign up for a 30 minute session with Amanda, one-on-one, from 4:00-8:00 pm, while additional availability from 12-4 PM may become available as well. All sessions, including their specific location, are currently available for you to view and sign-up in AIMS.

We look forward to enhancing our support for ESL students throughout this semester and beyond. If you have any questions about these services, please contact Amanda Balch (abalch@neomed.edu).