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Join the Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health for a seminar to learn how to network for career development and personal growth.  At the seminar you will learn why it is important to network for your career development, how to network at the American Public Health Association's annual conference and how to meet people relevant to your field of expertise. You will also learn how tools such as Linked In and your resume will help you network. For more information, please contact John Marmion at or (504) 988-2090.

Join us for an interesting seminar on how to create a poster presentation and why it is important.  You will learn why it is a good idea to present your work at conferences, different abstract formats and how to design a poster for different audiences.  You will also learn poster details like sizing your poster, best fonts to use and how to incorporate graphics into your poster for visual appeal.

Occasionally, department administrators are asked to retrieve articles for faculty members. This session reviews how to find and retrieve the articles.

EndNote X9 is a comprehensive productivity tool for researchers—both online and off. The only tool of its kind, EndNote X9 makes managing research easy for anyone. It lets researchers find, store, and share work in the most efficient way possible, saving time and effort. In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to create an EndNote library, import search results from databases, and automatically create a bibliography in Microsoft Word.

The 2020 SPHTM graduation ceremony will take place at the Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts (1419 Basin Street, New Orleans, LA 70116) on May 16th at 3:30pm. All graduating students MUST arrive by 2:00pm for check-in and robing. Students and/or guests requiring special accommodations due to mobility difficulties should contact Lacey Allen ( by Monday, May 4th.

PubMed, the largest database of biomedical research, is undergoing a large redesign which will be live in November. In this brief hands-on session, we will explore the changes to PubMed such as the search interface, results algorithm, navigation, and more. This session would be useful for the new or experienced PubMed user.