Collection of Mount Sinai related websites

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Collection of Mount Sinai related websites


  • 2008 - 2022 (Creation)


67 archived websites

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This collection was assembled by the Arthur H. Aufses, Jr., MD Archives to capture the web presence of the Mount Sinai Health System. Started in 2015, additional sites are added as they are created or discovered by the Archives.

While this collection aims to capture information as broadly as possible, there are a few notable groupings of subject areas. Perhaps most significantly are the websites related to the Mount Sinai Health System's response to the COVID-19 pandemic -- with much of MSHS's communications going online in March 2020, websites related to this effort are crucial for understanding pandemic response. Additionally, there are also a significant number of websites related to student life at the Icahn School of Medicine, with many of the sites created by the students themselves. Finally, there are a number of blogs and social media websites, including YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, which documents day-to-day outreach by MSHS.

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This material is available for use. Access to the archived websites is available here:

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These websites were crawled using the web capture tool, Archive-It, developed by the Internet Archive, and can be accessed using the Wayback Machine.

For some sites, including all YouTube sites, as well as the Specialty Report sites, users may be able to better access the material by right-clicking and opening the links in a new tab.

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Note that each website has its own separate copyright information. Please coordinate with the owner of the website for any reproduction or reuse requests.

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  • English

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