NANOS Illustrated Curriculum Project


Posted: 11/10/2021
Category: General News


NANOS Members:

The NANOS Curriculum and NOVEL Committees continue working on the major update to the NANOS Illustrated Curriculum (IC). We still have gaps in our knowledge base where we need learning objects such as manuscripts, video lectures, narrated PPT, diagrams, and images. We are asking you, NANOS members, to help us fill these gaps.

These are the current topics we are trying to fill with learning objects such as case reviews, reviews in the literature, or overview lectures:

  1. Bergmeister papilla - Need more pictures, including OCT photos
  2. Tilted disc - cases, photos
  3. Myelinated retinal nerve fiber - photos
  4. Staphyloma - photos
  5. Lesions of sella, suprasella and parasellar regions - cases, review
  6. Skull base lesions - cases, review

Here’s how you can help:
 
Have you created, or can you create, a lecture, video, PPT or image related to one of these topics?

  • If yes, contact Nancy Lombardo at nancy.lombardo@utah.edu
  • You can email the material, or share via Box, Google Drive, DropBox, etc.
  • You will be identified as the creator, and will retain all copyrights to the material, while also giving NANOS NOVEL the rights to publish the material in the Illustrated Curriculum.
  • All materials are peer-reviewed, so you might be asked to make revisions, as with any publication.
  • Once accepted for publication in the NANOS IC, you can cite this as a publication in an online educational platform.

All submissions are peer-reviewed and you can cite all accepted submissions on your CV as a publications in an online educational platform.
 
The Illustrated Curriculum is available to NANOS members via the NANOS website and to academic institutions and non-members via Teton Data Systems Stat!Ref online products. Publication of the Illustrated Curriculum is a priority for NANOS and its educational mission.

Thank you so much for your time and consideration!
 
Sachin Kedar and the NANOS Illustrated Curriculum Project Team





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