New Books in the Biomedical Libraries: November 2014

Casarett and Doull’s Toxicology: The Basic Science of Poisons
Matthews-Fuller Library
RA1211 .C296 2013
Toxicology

Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar–Your Brain’s Silent Killers
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC394.M48 P47 2013
grain

Measuring ROI in Healthcare: Tools and Techniques to Measure the Impact and ROI in Healthcare Improvement Projects and Programs
Matthews-Fuller Library
R728 .P386 2013
Measuring ROI

Understanding Medical Professionalism
Matthews-Fuller Library
R727.3 .L385 2014
professionalism

The Eye: A Very Short Introduction
Dana Library
QL949 .L36 2014
The Eye

Foundations of Macroecology: Classic Papers with Commentaries
Dana Library
QH541.15.M23 F68 2014
macroecology

A Gentle Introduction to Stata
Dana Library
QA276.45.S73 A26 2014
Introduction to Stata

Weeds of North America
Dana Library
SB613.N7 D54 2014
Weeds of North America

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Winter Holiday Hours 2014/2015

Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library @ DHMC:

Wednesday, November 26 through Friday, November 28, 2014

ThanksgivingAccess for General Public:
Closed starting at 5:00pm on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014
Closed Thursday, Nov. 27 and Friday, Nov. 28, 2014
Normal hours resume on Monday, Dec. 1, 2014

Access for Authorized Individuals:
Normal 24/7 Access

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014 – Sunday, January 4th, 2015

Happy HolidaysAccess for General Public:
Closed starting at 5:00pm on Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014
Closed Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 through Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015
Normal hours resume on Monday, Jan. 5, 2015

Access for Authorized Individuals:
Normal 24/7 Access

Dana Biomedical Library @ 37 Dewey Field Road:

Wednesday, November 26 – Monday, December 1, 2014

pumpkin pieAccess for Medical/Grad students:
Normal 24/7 Access

Access for other Dartmouth IDs:
Closed starting at 6:00pm on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014
Closed Thursday, Nov. 27 and Friday, Nov. 28, 2014
Normal hour resume on Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014

Access for General Public:
Closed starting at 6:00pm Wednesday, Nov. 26 through 7:30am Monday, Dec. 1, 2014

Tuesday, December 23, 2014 – Monday, January 5, 2015

Happy New YearAccess for Medical/Grad students:
Closed starting at 5:00pm on Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014 through Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015
Normal hours resume at 12:00am, Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015
No reserves desk staffing: 12/20 or 12/21, or eves of 12/19, 12/22, or 12/23

Access for other Dartmouth IDs:
Closed starting at 5:00pm on Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014 through Saturday Jan. 3, 2015
Normal hours resume at noon on Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015
No reserves desk staffing: 12/20 or 12/21, or eves of 12/19, 12/22, or 12/23

Access for General Public:
Closed starting at 5:00pm on Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014 through 7:30am Monday, Jan. 5, 2015

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Photography Exhibit at Matthews-Fuller Library

The Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce the beginning of a new art exhibit. Featured will be the photography of Spencer James (Geisel ’16.) His work will be on display until mid-January 2015. Stop by and have a look!

Statement

Spencer JamesMy name is Spencer James and I’m a third year medical student here at Geisel. I was born in Juneau, Alaska, and grew up in the small town of Port Angeles in the northwest corner of Washington. My love for photography was first sparked by my experiences traveling as an undergraduate at the University of Washington. At that time, photography for me was a means to document and share my experiences traveling and adventuring with my friends and family back home. While this is still at the core of many of my photos, I have grown to appreciate how photography also allows me to become more mindful and appreciative of my surroundings. It may sound paradoxical, but I find that looking through the aperture of a camera helps me tune into subtle patterns, colors, changes in light, shadows, and people and their expressions. More recently, I have started to explore the role of photography in humanitarian and global health work, which is one of my professional aspirations as a medical student. Prior to starting medical school, I also completed a masters thesis on statistical techniques applied to medical diagnoses. As a photographer, medical student, and researcher, I have frequently considered how these different worlds can each play a meaningful role in advancing human health.

Much of my inspiration in photography comes from those journalists and photographers who focus their work on humanitarian and environmental issues. It has been an incredible experience at Dartmouth to meet Steve McCurry and James Nachtwey and see their work firsthand since they have photographed some of the most pivotal and pressing wars, disasters, social, and humanitarian issues of the 20th-21st centuries. Reading about the work of W Eugene Smith on Minamata disease has similarly inspired me by showing how photography can play a powerful role in bringing awareness and action to medical and humanitarian crises. While I will continue to love photography just for the sake of photography, I hope that one day my passion for taking photos can also help to positively impact the people and populations that I will be serving as a future doctor.

Collection

Spencer James PhotoMy photography exhibit here is focused on exploring the Pacific Northwest. Similar to the Upper Valley, it is a beautiful area of the world that inspires adventure and rewards exploration. Often when I say I am from Seattle, people ask me about Starbucks, the rainy weather, Kurt Cobain, or more recently Twilight. My Pacific Northwest, though, has always been more defined by the rugged, inhospitable beauty of the towering coastal rainforests, glaciated peaks, and incredible wildlife. Growing up on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, I felt very lucky to have rivers, mountains, and oceans in my backyard, and these areas ultimately became my playground for exploration, adventure, and photography. I love sharing these areas with others, so for this exhibit, I chose a collection of photos from the Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, and Alaska that I made over the past few years. The exhibit includes places such as Mount Olympus and Mount Rainier, dolphins in the Pacific Ocean, the Pika Glacier in the Alaska Range, and century-old mortuary poles in a deserted Haida village in Haida Gwaii (previously known as the Queen Charlotte Islands). As a nod to the environmental challenges that also define much of Pacific Northwest history, I also include photographs of a freighter loaded with recently-logged timber in a winter snowstorm and a tugboat dragging freight through the Inside Passage. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about any of the photos or the Pacific Northwest, and I hope that you will enjoy what I have shared here.

Spencer James
October 2014

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries: October 2014

An Introduction to Health Services Research
Matthews-Fuller Library
RA440.85 .I58 2014

Health Services Research

Emery and Rimoin’s Essential Medical Genetics
Matthews-Fuller Library
RB155 .E53 2013

Medical Genetics

Essentials of Plastic Surgery
Matthews-Fuller Library
RD119 .E874 2014
Plastic Surgery

How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence-Based Medicine
Matthews-Fuller Library
R118.6 .G74 2014

How to read a paper

Brain Structure and its Origins: In Development and in Evolution of Behavior and the Mind
Dana Library
QP376 .S348 2014

Brain Structure

Loosening the Grip:  A Handbook of Alcohol Information
Dana Library
HV5292 .K53 2015
Loosening the Grip

Principles of Neural Science
Dana Library
QP355.2 .P76 2013
Neural Science
 

Review of Medical Microbiology and Immunology
Dana Library
QR46 .L48 2014
Medical Microbiology
 

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Update: The Journal of Visualized Experiments

Journal of Visualized ExperimentsAccess to JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, will end on October 31, 2014.  We regret that this cancellation is necessary due to budget constraints.

JoVE videos two years and older are available for free access at PubMed Central – see http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/637/.  Occasionally newer videos are available if the authors have paid for Open Access.

Questions or comments may be directed to Peggy Sleeth, Associate Director/Information Resources, margaret.k.sleeth@dartmouth.edu.

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Clinical Key Interface Update

Clinical Key UpdateAs previously announced, MD Consult has been replaced by Clinical Key.  Clinical Key has all the books and journals formerly in MD Consult, and much more, including over 1,000 books, over 20,000 videos, 2.5 million medical images, 600 journals, and a point-of-care resource called First Consult.

Clinical Key has released a new interface to make searching and browsing easier.

  • The search box on the opening page allows you to designate the type of resource to search: all, books, journals, First Consult, patient education.
  • The table of contents of individual books are presented more clearly with links to the chapters more apparent.
  • There are new “topic pages” with quick information on 1,400+ diseases.
  • Viewing the pdf of a book chapter still requires a personal account, one that you can create for yourself for free by clicking on “login” at the top righ of any screen.  Note that if you already have a login for Elsevier’s ScienceDirect journals you will already be registered and can use that same username and password.

Subscription to Clinical Key was made possible by the Geisel School of Medicine, the Department of Medicine, the Department of Surgery, the Department of Anesthesiology, the Patient Safety Training Center, and contributions from the Departments of Urology and Pediatrics.

Questions?  Contact Biomedical.Libraries.Reference@dartmouth.edu, stop by, or call 603-650-7660.

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – September 2014

Biostatistics: A Foundation for Analysis in the Health Sciences
Dana Library
RA409 .D35 2013
Biostatistics

Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics is Fueling our Modern Plagues
Dana Library
RM267 .B57 2014
Microbes

Madness and Memory: The Discovery of Prions–A New Biological Principle of Disease
Dana Library
R690 .P78 2014
Madness and Memory

The Absolute, Ultimate Guide to Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry. Study Guide and Solutions Manual.
Dana Library
QP518.5 .O84 2013
Principles of Biochemistry

The Official Guide to Medical School Admissions: How to Prepare for and Apply to Medical School
Matthews-Fuller Library
R745 .A8 2015-2016
Medical School Admissions

Dyspnea: Mechanisms, Measurement, and Management
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC776.D9 D97 2014
Dyspnea

Transfusion Medicine and Hemostasis: Clinical and Laboratory Aspects
Matthews-Fuller Library
RM171 .T683 2013
Transfusion Medicine

Implementation Guide to the Safe Patient Handling and Mobility Interprofessional National Standards
Matthews-Fuller Library
RT87.T72 G35 2013
Safe Patient Handling

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Holiday Hours: Labor Day 2014

labor-dayHoliday Hours: Labor Day, Monday, September 1, 2014

Dana Biomedical Library @ 37 Dewey Field Road:

General Public: CLOSED
Medical and Graduate Students with Dartmouth ID: 24 Hour Access
Others with Dartmouth ID: CLOSED

Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library @ DHMC:

General Public: CLOSED
Authorized Individuals with ID: 24 Hour Access

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – August 2014

Understanding and Conducting Research in the Health Sciences
Matthews-Fuller Library
R850 .C86 2013
understanding and conducting research in the health sciences

Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics
Matthews-Fuller Library
RD731 .C36 2013 v.1 – 4
cambell's operative orthopaedics

Trans Bodies, Trans Selves: A Resource for the Transgender Community
Matthews-Fuller Library
HQ77.9 .T714 2014
trans-bodies, trans selves

Simulation Simplified: A Practical Handbook for Nurse Educators
Matthews-Fuller Library
RT71 .G57 2013
simulation simplified

Stern’s Introductory Plant Biology
Dana Library
QK47 .S836 2013
plant-biology

Machine Learning in Medicine: Cookbook
Dana Library
Q325.5 .C54 2014
machine-learning

Biomedical Informatics: Computer Applications in Health Care and Biomedicine
Dana Library
R858 .M397 2014
biomedical-informatics

Medicine in Denial
Dana Library
RA395.A3 W44 2011
medicine in denial

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MD Consult now Clinical Key

MD Consult has been transitioned to a new product, Clinical Keyas of July 2014.  Elsevier no longer offers MD Consult.

clinical-key

 Clinical Key has all the books and journals formerly in MD Consult, and much more, including over 1,000 books, over 20,000 videos, 2.5 million medical images, 600 journals, and a point-of-care resource called First Consult.

Subscription to this enhanced database was made possible by the Geisel School of Medicine, the Department of Medicine, the Department of Surgery, the Department of Anesthesiology, the Patient Safety Training Center, and contributions from the Departments of Urology and Pediatrics.

Some navigation tips:

  • When browsing the contents of a particular book or journal, scroll down in the middle frame to see the chapters or articles.  Highlight one by clicking in the description (or by hovering and then clicking on the arrow that appears pointing right) and the contents of that chapter or articles will show in the right frame.  You can then click on a topic in the right frame to go directly to it.
  • Click on the title of a chapter or article to go to it. (Click on the words, not the pdf icon.)
  • At the chapter or article level, the contents jump over to the left frame, and additional navigation aids are in the right frame.
  • There is a search box at the top center of the page – the default is to search all content in Clinical Key, but you can also change it to search just the book you are looking at.
  • To browse books, click on “Books” in the top bar.  Similarly, you can browse other types of content by clicking on it in the top bar.
  • If you had personal bookmarks for MD Consult you will need to update them.

Tips for printing:

  • If you click on a pdf icon, you’ll get a notice that you must log in.  That means that you must create a personal login – one you can create one for yourself for free by clicking on “login” at the top right of any screen.  Note that if you already have a login for Elsevier’s ScienceDirect journals you will already be registered and can use that same username and password.
  • There is another way to print, without logging in. While looking at the content of a chapter, click on the little printer icon at the top of the center frame.  A new window with the content, stripped of extraneous material, will open, plus your browser’s print window.  Your browser’s print window may offer an option to “print” to pdf, if you would like to save the content in this format.

More help can be found here:

If you have questions, contact the Biomedical Libraries Reference staff – 650–7660 or Biomedical.Libraries.Reference@dartmouth.edu.

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