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Thomas Harrod
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Thomas Harrod, MLS, MS, Research Support Librarian
FACULTY: Adjunct Instructor of Medicine

BIO: Tom began working at the Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library in 2010 and in his current position, he supports research endeavors of students and faculty in the departments served by the Himmelfarb Libraru. He earned a certificate from the GWU Graduate School of Education and Human Development’s Master Teacher Leadership Development Program.

Tom serves as a Liaison Librarian to the following areas:
>> Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
>> Health Policy
>> Pharmacology and Physiology
>> Microbiology, Immunology, and Tropical Medicine

RESEARCH INTERESTS: curriculum development, instructional technology, teaching, bibliometrics, systematic reviews

SCHOLARLY PROFILE: ORCID

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My Guides

Covidence
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Data Management
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Health Care Quality
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Infographics
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Nursing
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Panopto Guide
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Pharmacology
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Psychology Resources
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Team Development
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Team Dynamics
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Team Effectiveness
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Team Leadership
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