Photo Gallery Lists

What You Will Learn

  • How to list multiple image/photo galleries in an organized fashion onto your page


Quick Steps

  1. Make sure image galleries are already published on their own pages
  2. Create List component and insert the List components for each gallery
  3. Insert comprehensive List component onto page as "List of Photo Galleries" template

If your site has several photo galleries, you can create a page featuring a list of galleries that functions much like a table of contents.

Instructions

  1. Create a Content Component that you will list first when building your page. Your page should have some introductory text before you begin to list your photo galleries. 
  2. The next step is to create each of your photo galleries and publish each to its own individual page
  3. Afterwards, determine how you'd like to categorize them on a gallery list/table of contents page. For example, the galleries below are categorized by "YSM Buildings," "Photos from YSM Departments," and "People at YSM."
  4. For each category/section, create a "List" component that includes each photo gallery list you want to include. Think of this as a list within a list. 
  5. Save & Close your List component.
  6. Go into the Root folder of your publication, and open the page you want to insert your list of galleries. 
  7. In the Component Presentations tab, insert each List component you've just created and select "List of Photo Galleries" from the template menu. List these components in the order you want them to appear on your page. Remember to insert your page title or your content component first. 
  8. Once finished, Save & Close your page and publish! As you are publishing multiple galleries, it may take several minutes.

YSM Buildings

Amistad Building

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Shoreline Medical Center

Shoreline Medical Center

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Doctor's Building

Doctor's Building

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Historical Library

The YSM Historical Library

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Shoreline Medical Center

Shoreline Medical Center

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West Campus

West Campus

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YNHH South Pavilion

YNHH South Pavilion

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SHM

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Photos from YSM Departments

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Outpatient services are available daily (except Tuesday) in the surgical specialty clinic at the Yale Physician's Building.

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Outpatient clinics are staffed daily (except Tuesday) by surgical attendings and specially trained nurses.

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The complex nature of the critically ill and injured requires close attention to the details of patient care across the continuum of the multidisciplinary team.

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Input from all members of the multidisciplinary team is incorporated to design a daily patient-specific cover plan.

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Bedside teaching of physicians in training and other students in the health care profession occurs daily.

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Excellence in nursing care is of paramount importance in the management of our patients.

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Multidisciplinary rounds are conducted daily in the surgical intensive surgeons, anesthesiologist, nurses, pharmacists and nutritionist.

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Nurses in the surgical critical core units are specialty trained to provide minute to minute care of our patients.

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Bedside discussions address ongoing active issues in patient care. These discussions are open to family members.

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Hepatobiliary

The Cancer Program’s weekly tumor board meeting.

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Our physicians discussing the most up-to-date medical procedures & practices - wherever they can…

Yale New Haven Transplantation Center (YNHTC) offers comprehensive, multidisciplinary care and treatment for patients with end stage organ failure. YNHTC focuses on three areas: patient care, research and education.

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Pediatric Discussion

Our Transplant Surgeons and Physicians work closely with many disciplines including, Hepatology, Immunology, Pathology, Nephrology, Infectious Disease, Pediatrics, Anesthesiology and Intensive Care to provide cutting edge, state of the art transplant serv

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Review of CT Scans

Kidney Pancreas leadership in action with a discussion of patient care while reviewing CT Scans.

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Consult with Patient

Dr. Daniel J. Boffa, MD, Assistant Professor providing cutting-edge evaluation and treatment to patients in an efficient and coordinated manner with an emphasis on optimal patient care.

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Team Approach

The team approach to clinical care ensures that all aspects are appropriately considered and that the treatment approach is optimized. Furthermore, the close collaboration of the team promotes treatments that are on the forefront of current care and foste

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Residency Program

With the world-class resources of Yale University, its school of medicine and three training hospitals, we offer unparalleled educational and research opportunities to the best and brightest students. Our General Surgery Program of 72 full-time faculty ar

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Program

Yale Thoracic Surgery is a major component of the Yale-New Haven Thoracic Oncology Program, a multidisciplinary program dedicated to providing cutting-edge evaluation and treatment to patients with thoracic malignancies in an efficient and coordinated man

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Surgery Preparation

Dr. Detterbeck and Dr. Boffa meeting to discuss patient care and their surgery schedule for the next day.

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Surgical Rounds

A weekly resource to further the continuing education of the faculty, residents, nurses, medical students, Physicians Assistants, house staff, and attending surgeons.

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Laparoscopic Surgery

Surgeons performing laparoscopic surgery, also called minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is a modern surgical technique in which operations are performed through small incisions as compared to the larger incisions needed in traditional surgical procedures.

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Surgeons Scrubbing

The surgical team scrubbing in for their next surgery—a carefully practiced craft that is taken quite seriously amongst the Yale surgeons

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Dr. Christopher K. Breuer, Principal Investigator of the Tissue Engineering Program at Yale University School of Medicine, mentors Fellow, Gustavo Villalona, MD. Dr. Breuer’s laboratory has developed technology that takes cells from an infant and uses the

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Clinical skills, communication with patients and families, and team effort have resulted in Pediatric Surgery’s receipt of award-winning customer satisfaction scores.

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Evidenced-based medical practice is grounded in research. Dr. Larry Moss and the Yale Center for Children’s Surgical Research Coordinator, B. Joyce Simpson, RN, MPH discuss some recent research findings.

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Radiology Teaching Rounds: The pediatric surgical team meets routinely with expert pediatric radiologists in order to scrutinize a wide spectrum of patient diagnostic radiographs. Those in training are encouraged to develop critical observational and diag

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Research Studies

Our extensive research faculty and staff study head and neck cancer prevention and treatment, speech pathology, taste receptor identification, outer ear hair cell physiology, reconstructive surgery, and surgical simulation in education. Our team is compos

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Patient Care

The Otolaryngology Section sees approximately 15,000 outpatients per year, of which approximately 2,000 are emergencies. Our Head and Neck Cancer Services team handles the most serious cancers to improve patient care and quality of life for these challeng

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Patient Care

Dr. Clarence T. Sasaki, Otolaryngology Section Chief, uses high-tech computer imaging in order to effectively diagnose and treat patients.

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Prep Work

Surgical Team, including Dr. Ronald Salem, Associate Professor & Chief of Oncology and Dr. Sanziana Roman, Assistant Professor & Chief of Endocrine, consulting on a surgical procedure. It is quite common to call in other sections for consults and

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Patient Care

The Oncology Team discussing their next surgical procedure. The schedule is set for the next day.

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Pancreatic Surgery

Yale is a high volume center for pancreatic surgery. The Pancreas Center at Yale has vast expertise in surgery, gastroenterology, medical oncology, radiation therapy, diagnostic and therapeutic and radiology, pathology and genetics.

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Esophageal Cancer

At Yale our emphasis is the multidisciplinary management of patients with both adenocarcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus. Patients are evaluated by a medical oncologist, a surgical oncologist and a radiation therapist who specialize in t

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Surgery

Surgical team intensely focused on surgical procedure. Often surgical procedures last anywhere from 30 minutes to over 8 hours.

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Measuring Balance Dysfunction

Dr. Andrew McGrath reviews results of Videonystagmography, the cornerstone test to measure balance dysfunction.

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Model of Ear Anatomy

A visual model of the external, middle and inner ear anatomy.

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Cochlear Implant

Surgically implanted devices that mimic the functions of the human ear for those with moderate to profound hearing loss.

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Dr. Bernadette Palmese shows a patient how a cochlear implant is worn.

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Dr. Bernadette Palmese shows a patient how a cochlear implant is worn.

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A patient is shown how a cochlear implant external processor connects to the surgically implanted electrode array.

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Tympanometry on a Pediatric Patient

Tympanometry is conducted on a pediatric patient to determine mobility of the ear drum.

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Conditioned Play Audiometry with Pediatric Patient

Dr. Jennifer Hopper performs conditioned play audiometry with the help of audiologist Erika Nair to determine the hearing sensitivity of a pediatric patient.

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Clinic Offices

Yale Gastrointestinal Surgeons see patients at our offices at Temple Street and Howard Avenue; perform operations at Yale-New Haven Hospital and at the Veterans Administrations Medical Center; train students, fellows and residents; and conduct research.

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Procedures

Members of Yale Surgical Gastroenterology specialize in diseases of the esophagus, stomach, small and large bowel, hepatobilary tree, pancreas, spleen, and adrenal glands. Endoscopic diagnosis and laparoscopic treatment of abdominal hernias are performed

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Patient Care

Yale Gastrointestinal Surgery is a group of world-class surgeons devoted exclusively to the surgical care of the stomach and intestines. Our surgeons perform state-of-the-are minimally invasive and traditional operations for the full range of digestive tr

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Some of the members of the Endocrine surgery section discuss clinical issues in surgery clinic. The team includes surgeons, residents and nurses.

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The team prepares for surgery.

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The endocrine surgeons perform a thyroidectomy. Residents and medical students are an intergral part of the operating team.

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Dental treatment, under the direct faculty supervision, in four (4) handed dentistry.

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Adult dental patient receiving comprehensive dental care by the Dental Hygienist.

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Review of panoramic X-ray by attending faculty (seated) and dental resident.

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Pediatric dental patient receiving dental treatment under sedation.

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Panoramic X-ray of Pediatric dental patient taken by dental assistant.

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As part of their medical education, third year Yale Medical School students rotate through surgical services. Here Third Year Yale Medical Student Esi Nkyekyer is responsible for holding the retractor as part of the cardiac surgery procedure in which she

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This tubing is part of the heart-lung machine, the machine that will provide oxygenation of the patient’s blood during the open heart procedure.

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Professor and Chief of Cardiac Surgery, Dr. John Elefteriades, Third Year Yale Medical Student Esi Nkyekyer, and Chief Cardiothoracic Resident Dr. Juan Escalon work intently, focusing all their attention on the patient’s open heart.

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Dr. John Elefteriades concentrates on the 6 by 6 inch space in which he operates for most of the day. This is how much of the chest is opened to access the open heart.

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Towels? Check. Sponges? Check. Teflon pledgetts? Check. Sutures? Check. Clamps and needle-holders? Check. Monitoring lines? Check. Rummel tourniquets? Check. Sterile light handle covers? Check. As part of the plethora of preparations, the scrub nurse sets

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People at YSM

Dean Alpern

Robert Alpern, Dean of Yale School of Medicine

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David J. Leffel

David J. Leffell, M.D., Deputy Dean for Clinical Affairs

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Carolyn W. Slayman

Carolyn W. Slayman, Ph.D., Deputy Dean for Academic and Scientific Affairs

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Richard Belitsky

Richard Belitsky, M.D., Deputy Dean for Education

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Cynthia L. Walker, M.B.A., CPA, Deputy Dean for Finance and Administration

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Allison Campbell, Cheryl DeFilippo, Julie Sweigard, and Eleanor Thomas applying for individual fellowships.

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Susan Sansone and Nicholas Theodosakis reviewing online course registration.

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Joshua Motelow, Susan Sansone, Chen Wang, Robert Ross, Allison Campbell, getting advice from Dr. Marina Picciotto on defining a lab project.

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Nancy Allen, Jennifer Guo, and Christopher Bartley discussing lab choices with Dr. Jamieson.

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Joshua Motelow, Jennifer Guo, and Dr. Peter Aronson catching up on clerkships.

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Simon Gray, Amanda Hernandez, Dr. Gerald Shulman, and Brian Zhao discussing career pathways

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Rachel Rosenstein and Daniel Okin running a lab experiment.

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Dr. Gorelick teaching CB 601.

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Nancy Allen recording results.

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Maya Kotas and Daniel Okin discussing the lab project.

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Lena Parker

Lena Parker is the Yale School of Medicine's first Web Director. She's responsible for the centralization and modernization of web operations at the school, creating efficiencies, reducing overall cost and dramatically improving the school's online presence.

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Justin Fansler

Justin Fansler has been driving force behind centralization of web systems and policies at YSM. His portfolio includes the Tridion content management system and other web applications, including the event calendar, form builder, lab tool and media tool.

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Mark Albis

Mark Albis joined the Web Group in October 2010 as the group's first Project Manger dedicated to providing training and support for YSM web editors. Using a variety of tools, Mark provides phone support, one-on-one screen shares, regular office hours and training sessions, documentation and how-to guides, and online tutorial videos. He's a very patient man.

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Mark Santore

Mark Santore joined the Web Group in February 2011 as the Web Manager for the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI). He joins the web team from Virgin Atlantic airlines.

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