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‘Caturday: The Eve of Palm Sunday

CatsUnderTheStarsCDIt’s the eve of Palm Sunday and I wanted to find something about this feast day in popular culture. Among other things that turned up, I found out that, in 1978, Jerry Garcia recorded “Palm Sunday” with the Jerry Garcia Band for their album Cats Under the Stars.

The river so white, the mountain so red
and with the sunshine over my head
The honky-tonks are all closed and hushed
It looks like Palm Sunday again
It looks like Palm Sunday again
It looks like Palm Sunday again

The sky is so green, clouds of canary
Blood moon rise like a fat ripe cherry
Sunset quiet as a benediction
One true love, the rest is fiction

If I stay longer, trouble will find me
An epitaph and a sheet to wind me
A passable day for the least of men
it must be Palm Sunday again

Have a blessed and grateful Palm Sunday, Wildcats.

“God made Jesus human like us; he suffered probably more than we ever will to show us how we need to be, how to live our lives.” – Lenten Reflection, Tony Alfano, Connelly Center, Villanova University


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Foto Friday: Party time!

The Villanova University community came together on March 18 to celebrate the Rev. Dennis J. Gallagher, OSA, PhD’s golden jubilee. Best wishes, Father Gallagher, for another 50 years!

 

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Linda Hauck, the Rev. Dennis J. Gallagher, OSA, PhD, Joanne Quinn.

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Father Gallagher, University President the Rev. Peter Donohue, OSA, PhD, ’75 CLAS, Interim Library Director Bob DeVos, PhD.

 

 

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Rev. Dennis J. Gallagher, OSA, PhD.

Laura Hutelmyer is the photography coordinator for the Communication and Service Promotion team and special acquisitions coordinator in Resource Management

 


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The 8:30 | Things to Know Before You Go (3/27)

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Here’s your daily dose of library-oriented speed-reads to start your day!

TODAY IN THE LIBRARY…

Villanova Electronic Enthusiasts Club (VEEC) Regular Group Meeting. The VEEC is a social club, focused on recreation and relaxation. Participants gather once a week on (most) Fridays to play video games in a safe and fun environment. 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the first-floor lounge (Holy Grounds). Always accepting new members. Questions? Contact: laura.matthews@villanova.edu


HERE’S SOMETHING WE BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW….

1296663_0It’s Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day! What’s your favorite? We love this list of country music songs about school. And, of course, we’re a little partial to anything Toby Keith does – because of his Wildcat connection, of course! Hmm…if librarians wrote country songs, they might go a little bit like this: “I Left My Autobiography in Your Automobile, or “You Must Be Overdue ‘Cause You Have Fine Written All Over You.”  We’re betting you could do better! Write your suggestions in our comments section! :-)


NOM NOM NOM!
Sweet Sixteen is upon us in #NomNomNomatology! Be sure to vote for the winningest foods in some intensely delicious match-ups right here, or vote in person at the front desk in Falvey!
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Do you follow the library on YouTube? We have a great array of Falvey-produced videos old and new that are instructional and entertaining. Newcomers to the channel are archival copies of Gerald Dierkes’ Highlighter videos, which debuted last semester, featuring helpful insider tips on getting the most out of the library’s resources. View and rewind to your heart’s content!


Du BoisTHAT NEW BOOK SMELL…NEW HOLDINGS AT FALVEY

We’re heading into a weekend and next week brings a holiday. That will give you plenty of time to delve into The problem of the color line at the turn of the Twentieth century – the essential early essays by W.E.B. Du Bois and edited by Nahum Dimitri Chandler.

Seth Moglen, Lehigh University, describes this collection of essays as a “systematic, chronological tour of Du Bois’s evolving vision of the global color line, as that vision was developed in the crucial opening years of his publishing life.”


QUOTE OF THE DAY
“That is one good thing about this world. . .there are always sure to be more springs.” – Anne of Avonlea by Lucy Maud Montgomery


PUT A SPRING IN YOUR STEP AND THE REST OF THE DAY TO YOURSELF!

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‘Cat in the Stacks: Michelle and Kallie’s Warm Weather Playlist

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 I’m Michelle Callaghan, a first-year graduate student at Villanova University. This is our column, “‘Cat in the Stacks.” I’m the ‘cat. Falvey Memorial Library is the stacks. I’ll be posting about living that scholarly life, from research to study habits to embracing your inner-geek, and how the library community might aid you in all of it.


It’s almost April – we’ve made it. We’re through the worst of the cold. Are you ready for warm weather?

Early spring is awesome and rejuvenating, but it is a time of such taxing challenges (pun intended). It’s freezing in the morning and hot in the afternoon—what do you even wear? It feels like it’s almost always just about to rain… and we’re so over boots by now. And let’s not even mention the unique challenge of spring semesters—okay, let’s mention it. How do we focus on staying inside and studying and writing and researching when The Outside is just begging us to come and play? How do we spend hours cooped up in front of our computers when the sun is waiting for us?

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One option is to use summer break as a carrot on a stick. Sure, you’re cooped up now, but how about at the end of May? Just a little longer and you’ll be in blissful freedom, maybe somewhere on a hot beach with your toes in the cool sand.

Another option is to move your studying outside! Be careful, though—one research session in my college quad lead to some of the worse sunburn I’ve ever had and a nifty farmer’s tan for the rest of the summer! Be smarter than me. You’ve been forewarned.

Option number three? Trick yourself into thinking you really are lounging in the sun with Michelle and Kallie’s Warm Weather playlist.

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Michelle and Kallie’s Past Playlists:
Music to Research By
Volume 1
Thanksgiving
Christmas
Valentine’s Day/Singles Awareness


Article by Michelle Callaghan, graduate assistant on the Communication and Service Promotion team. She is currently pursuing her MA in English at Villanova University.


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The 8:30 | Things to Know Before You Go (3/26)

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Here’s your daily dose of library-oriented speed-reads to start your day!

TODAY IN THE LIBRARY…

VSB Peer Tutor Office Hours. 6:00-7:30 p.m. in room 205. Open to all VSB students. Walk-in study sessions. (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the semester.) Questions? Contact: patricia.burdo@villanova.edu

Irish Studies Conversation Circle. 6:30-8:30 p.m. in room 204. Questions? Contact Jerry Sweeney: tighdon@gmail.com


SAVE THE DATE…

Join us in room 205 on Tuesday, April 14 at 4:30 p.m. for a Scholarship@Villanova lecture featuring Lisa Sewell, PhD, associate professor of English and co-director of the Gender and Women’s Studies Program in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.Lisa SewellDr. Sewell will read from and discuss her newly published collection of poetry, Impossible Object, which won the first annual Tenth Gate prize. The Tenth Gate, named in honor of Jane Hirshfield, recognizes the wisdom and dedication of mid- and late-career poets. A book sale and signing will follow the lecture.


ATTENTION FACULTY…

Final Week to Submit Falvey Scholars Award Nominations! 

Please consider nominating an eligible student for a Falvey Scholar award. The Falvey Scholar awards are given to seniors who have completed exemplary (and publicly presentable) scholarship or research during their undergraduate careers at Villanova. The awards traditionally have an emphasis on work that has required substantial use of scholarly literature of the sort provided and supported by the library. Nominations must be submitted by Tuesday, March 31. Interested in nominating a student? Submit a nomination.


THE AGE OF SCREENSHOTS
 “…screenshots let you see other people’s screenworlds, increasingly where we all do our best thinking. They invite a useful voyeurism.” When is the last time you took a screenshot on your phone? Read a piece featured by Wired exploring the screenshot culture.


RICHARD III’s SECOND BURIAL
Perhaps you remember the news a couple years ago that Richard III’s remains were found under a municipal parking lot. That lot used to be a monastery graveyard, where battle-killed Richard III was buried and at some point forgotten. Today, the maligned monarch will have a real interment at Leicester Cathedral in England.
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NOM NOM NOM!
Sweet Sixteen is upon us in #NomNomNomatology! Be sure to vote for the winningest foods in some intensely delicious match-ups right here, or vote in person at the front desk in Falvey!
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Hyper-nationTHAT NEW BOOK SMELL…NEW HOLDINGS AT FALVEY

It took me a second to realize that part of the title, On Emerging from Hyper-Nation: Saramago’s “historical” trilogy, was a play on words. In the book the author, Ronald W. Sousa, seeks to answer the question, “Why do I smile on reading one of [Jose] Saramago’s ‘historical’ novels?” You’ll have to check out this book to find out why.


QUOTE OF THE DAY
“The early mist had vanished and the fields lay like a silver shield under the sun. It was one of the days when the glitter of winter shines through a pale haze of spring.” – Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton


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The Curious ‘Cat: Who would be an ideal study partner?

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This week, the Curious ‘Cat asks Villanova students, “Who would be an ideal study partner?

Kaitlyn Barney'Kaitlyn Barney—“The ideal study partner would be The Flash, Barry Allen, because he’s smart, and he’s a scientist like me. He’d be great to study with.”

 

 

 

 

 

Santosh KothaSantosh Kotha—“My ideal study partner is Arany Levitin [PhD] from the computer science department. He’s a professor there. … The way he thinks really amazes me. … He analyzes things very well.”

 

 

 

 

Ellen MoxleyEllen Moxley—“I would choose Benjamin Franklin because he is my idol. I just love all of his thirteen virtues. … He seems to be very diligent and purposeful and successful, and I aspire to be like him.”

 

 

 

 

Sr. Oanh VoSr. Oanh Vo, ACJ—“my sister, Michelle: We don’t interrupt each other. … We take breaks together, and we respect each other’s time.”

 

 

 

 

 

Kumaresh BalajiKumaresh Balaji—“My ideal study partner would be someone who is highly intelligent and very on top of things in class.

So, for example, for the past two years I’ve been a bio major, so most of my classes were with this one student whose name is Thomas, and he’s a pre-dental student. Now he’s in Penn dental. He’s very intelligent, very bright, and so I always looked to him as motivation.

It was never any kind of hierarchy—he’s better than me—or anything like that. Whenever we were studying he was very quiet, I was very quiet. We would do things together … If I needed any kind of assistance, I would ask him, and if he needed any kind of assistance, we would work through it together. … That mutual collective spirit during studying is very helpful.

I don’t like big groups, a lot of chatter, I like quiet solitary studying with one guy who really knows his stuff … Working through problems whether it’s bio or physics … really teaches me to learn. If he asked for any kind of guidance I would explain my perspective, and that reinforces it in my mind … That’s my ideal partner: someone I can learn from and … draw inspiration from.”

Jennifer MaxwellJennifer Maxwell—“Well, right now I’m studying counseling. … I like musicians. I would like John Lennon and people like that. I feel like they always have good insight into the world.”


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Nomnomnomatology: Sweet (Savory) Sixteen

March Madness is marching by and it won’t be long now until our chompians are determined. Sweet Sixteen is upon us! As you’ll see, however, these matchups are a little more savory than sweet. But don’t be salty—Reese’s Cups, Dark Chocolate, Ben and Jerry’s, and Brownies aren’t out of the game yet!

512px-BK-French-FriesFrench Fries vs. Buffalo Chicken Dip
French Fries are storming the court this season. It’s uncertain if anything can slow their roll. Buffalo Chicken Dip, while a most perfect food, just doesn’t have the universal fan base of Fries. Those who love buffalo sauce love it passionately, but French Fries have the chance to go all the way. I give this round to Fries.

PopcornPopcorn vs. Chips and Dip
Chips and Dip made a surprising one point win over Chips and Salsa last week, but that doesn’t mean they’re coming into this round underpowered. Still, Popcorn and all of its happy movie theater memories are a force to be reckoned with. Chips and Dip has the allure of mystery that might work in its favor—what kind of chips? What kind of dip? Still, Popcorn is the cinema and party food darling. Popcorn for the win.

Childhood_Favorite_Boxed_Mac_&_Cheese_(3387828736)Mac and Cheese vs. Mashed Potatoes
Comfort, comfort, comfort. These players are matched in their strengths as home cooked happiness. I’m sure it’ll be an extremely close vote. I’m almost hesitant to make a prediction; frankly, the match can go either way. Both have shown up for the past two weeks and have shown up big. With an eye to the cheese lovers, I’ll give the match to Mac, but won’t be surprised to be proven wrong.

Chocolate_-_stonesoupSushi vs. Dark Chocolate
This choice is ridiculous levels of hard. Dark cocoa goodness melts in your mouth, rich and warm, like a nice-smelling hug … on your tongue. Sushi, especially if we’re talking the sushi from Sushi Land on Lancaster Avenue (I’m obsessed), is masterful. The two aren’t even remotely similar in strengths, which should make it a wild round. Again, while I wouldn’t be surprised to be proven wrong, I want to wager for Dark Chocolate and only, only because of the sizable portion of the population that despises raw fish. (I’m sorry, sushi – we can still be friends!)

Is your stomach rumbling yet? Be sure to vote for week 3 online or at the circulation desk in Falvey. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more #nomnomnomatology action.

Also, check out the Wildcats this Thursday at home court or on the Big East Digital Network as the women’s basketball team takes on St. John’s at 7:00!

Images accessed through Wikimedia Commons, via Jules Clancy, D Sharon Pruitt, and free use. 


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The 8:30 | Things to Know Before You Go (3/25)

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Here’s your daily dose of library-oriented speed-reads to start your day!

TODAY IN THE LIBRARY…

Food For Thought Discussion-VITAL. 11:30 a.m. in room 205. The discussions provide a forum for networking and exchanging ideas with colleagues from across the campus. Faculty are invited to bring their lunch. VITAL will provide dessert and beverages. Questions? Contact: gabriele.bauer@villanova.edu 

“Lafayette and the Farewell Tour: Odyssey of an American Idol” Lecture featuring Alan R. Hoffman, JD, Harvard Law. 4:30 p.m. in room 205. After earning a JD from Harvard law School Alan R. Hoffman practiced law in Boston. An avid reader of early American history, he “discovered” Lafayette in 2002 and translated Auguste Levasseur’s “Lafayette en Amérique, en 1824 et 1825.” Hoffman has lectured widely on Lafayette and currently serves as President of the American Friends of Lafayette and President of the Massachusetts Lafayette Society. Questions? Contact: anne-marie.joyce@villanova.edu

Please note the room change! VSB Peer Tutor Office Hours. 6:00-7:30 p.m. in room 204. Open to all VSB students. Walk-in study sessions. (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the semester.) Questions? Contact: patricia.burdo@villanova.edu


THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE
X-Files fans, have you heard the news? Mulder and Scully will be back for six new episodes after what series creator Chris Carter referred to as “a 13-year commercial break.” Read more.
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NOM NOM NOM!
Sweet Sixteen is upon us in #NomNomNomatology! Be sure to vote for the winningest foods in some intensely delicious match-ups right here, or vote in person at the front desk in Falvey!
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lesson studyTHAT NEW BOOK SMELL…NEW HOLDINGS AT FALVEY

Interested in new teaching methods? Take a look at a new book in our collection, Lesson Study: A Japanese approach to improving mathematics teaching and learning. The Teachers College at Columbia University describes lesson study as “a popular professional development approach in Japan whereby teachers collaborate to study content, instruction, and how students solve problems and reach for understanding in order to improve elementary mathematics instruction and learning in the classroom.”


QUOTE OF THE DAY
For his part, every beauty of art or nature made him thankful as well as happy, and that the pleasure to be had in listening to fine music, as in looking at the stars in the sky, or at a beautiful landscape or picture, was a benefit for which we might thank Heaven as sincerely as for any other worldly blessing.” – Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray


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The 8:30 | Things to Know Before You Go (3/24)

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Here’s your daily dose of library-oriented speed-reads to start your day!

TODAY IN THE LIBRARY…

Food For Thought Discussion-VITAL. 11:30 a.m. in room 205. The discussions provide a forum for networking and exchanging ideas with colleagues from across the campus. Faculty are invited to bring their lunch. VITAL will provide dessert and beverages. Questions? Contact: gabriele.bauer@villanova.edu 

Scholarship@Villanova/Endowed Chair Lecture featuring Helene Moriarty, PhD, RN. 2:30 p.m. in room 204. Dr. Moriarty is a nurse advocate for military veterans and their families who has targeted her scholarly work on the health needs of those who have served in the military. Her lecture will focus on her research with interprofessional teams at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Questions? Contact: laura.matthews@villanova.edu

Search, Capture, Done!  Bibliographies Made Easy with Zotero! 4:00-4:45 p.m. in room 207. If you are still hand-copying references and typing bibliographies the old-fashioned way, here’s your chance to learn how to use the powerful citation management tool and Zotero. Open to students, faculty, and staff. Questions? Contact: barbara.quintiliano@villanova.edu

VSB Peer Tutor Office Hours. 6:00-7:30 p.m. in room 205. Open to all VSB students. Walk-in study sessions. (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the semester.) Questions? Contact: patricia.burdo@villanova.edu


SAVE THE DATE…

Tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. in room 205! “Lafayette and the Farewell Tour: Odyssey of an American Idol” Lecture featuring Alan R. Hoffman, JD, Harvard Law. After earning a JD from Harvard law School Alan R. Hoffman practiced law in Boston. An avid reader of early American history, he “discovered” Lafayette in 2002 and translated Auguste Levasseur’s “Lafayette en Amérique, en 1824 et 1825.” Hoffman has lectured widely on Lafayette and currently serves as President of the American Friends of Lafayette and President of the Massachusetts Lafayette Society. Food and refreshments will be served.


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NOM NOM NOM!

Sweet Sixteen is upon us in #NomNomNomatology! Be sure to vote for the winningest foods in some intensely delicious match-ups right here, or vote in person at the front desk in Falvey!

NOMNOMNOMATOLOGY


HAVE SCIENTISTS FOUND THE GRAVE OF CERVANTES?

Scientists say they have found the bones of Cervantes, his wife and others recorded as buried with him in Madrid’s Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians. Cervantes has been dubbed the father of the modern novel for The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha, published in two parts in 1605 and 1615. While location of his grave may or not be certain, the location of his books at the library is not. Click here to start your search of Falvey’s wide array of Cervantes resources.

 


QUOTE OF THE DAY

“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.” – Hamlet by William Shakespeare 


tradition performance bookTHAT NEW BOOK SMELL…NEW HOLDINGS AT FALVEY

According to the publisher, Tradition, Performance, and Religion in Native America: Ancestral Ways, Modern Selvesexplores a possible theoretical model for discussing the religious nature of urbanized Indians. Donald L. Fixico, (Shawnee, Sac & Fox, Muscogee Creek and Seminole), Professor of History, Arizona State University, comments on the book saying that “Indians have acculturated to live according to nature’s cycles and the circle of life, and [the author] Dennis Kelley brilliantly shows how this was done in the twentieth century and now.”


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Dig Deeper: Helene Moriarty, PhD

MoriartyOn Tuesday, March 24 at 2:30 p.m. in room 204 of Falvey Memorial Library, Helene Moriarty, PhD, RN, Professor at the College of Nursing will present a Scholarship@Villanova/Endowed Chair lecture. Dr. Moriarty is a nurse advocate for military veterans and their families who has targeted her scholarly work on the health needs of those who have served in the military. Her lecture will focus on her research with interprofessional teams at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She will present findings from an intervention study, funded by NIH, that evaluates the impact of an innovative in-home intervention for veterans with traumatic brain injury and their families.

Dr. Moriarty is the inaugural appointee to the College of Nursing’s first endowed faculty chair, the Diane L. and Robert F. Moritz, Jr. Endowed Chair in Nursing Research. This award was established in 2013 by Robert F. Moritz, Jr. DDS ’51 VSB and his wife Diane to advance research and scholarship within the College and its academic programs.

This event, co-sponsored by the College of Nursing, Falvey Memorial Library and the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), is free and open to the public.

For more information related to Dr. Moriarty’s area of expertise, check out today’s Dig Deeper, organized by Barbara Quintiliano, nursing and life sciences liaison and an instructional services librarian.


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Challenges Faced by Veterans Suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been called the “signature wound of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.” It is caused by trauma to the head, most often from an explosive device, vehicle accident or fall. Since 2001, the number of active U.S. service personnel suffering from TBI has been rising, and almost 25,000 new cases emerged in 2014 alone. In 2013, the directors of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued a joint report to Congress in which they stated that TBI had become “a public health problem, the magnitude and impact of which are underestimated by current civilian and military surveillance systems.”

Even mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), commonly termed a “concussion,” can have detrimental consequences for returning veterans, their spouses and others who love and care for them. However, unlike more severe cases, mTBI often goes undiagnosed, and resulting cognitive and emotional problems may not appear until long after the vet returns home. Some of the challenges associated with mTBI include short- and long-term memory loss, attention deficits, impaired executive function and strained interpersonal relations.

Dr. Moriarty and her colleagues have been conducting innovative research sponsored by the Philadelphia VA Medical Center and funded by the NIH. In this controlled study they are investigating the efficacy of a veterans’ in-home program (VIP). Dyads composed of a veteran who has sustained mild to moderate TBI and his/her spouse or partner are recruited for participation. Through in-home intervention the researchers hope to facilitate increased understanding and deeper communication between veteran and partner so that both will enjoy an improved quality of life.

Learn more about TBI and its effects on vets and their families:

DoD Worldwide Numbers for TBI
http://dvbic.dcoe.mil/dod-worldwide-numbers-tbi

Family Caregiver’s Guide to TBI
http://www.caregiver.va.gov/pdfs/FamilyCaregiversGuideToTBI.pdf

‘Hidden’ Brain Damage Seen in Vets With Blast Injuries
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_150550.html

Hyatt, K.S. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (American Journal of Nursing)
http://tinyurl.com/mtbivets (VU LDAP ID and password required)
Loved Ones Caring for Brain-Injured Veterans May Face Health Risks
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_150855.html
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (video)
http://afterdeployment.dcoe.mil/topics-traumatic-brain-injury
Report to Congress on Traumatic Brain Injury in the United States: Understanding the Public Health Problem Among Current and Former Military Personnel
http://www.cdc.gov/traumaticbraininjury/pdf/Report_to_Congress_on_Traumatic_Brain_Injury_2013-a.pdf


Dig Deeper introduction written and resources selected by Barbara Quintiliano, nursing and life sciences liaison and an instructional services librarian.


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