Monthly Archives: September 2011

New Anatomy Resources

Check out these two new resources via the DMS 1&2 Portal on the Biomedical Libraries website (warning: graphic!). Just click on Anatomy Study under Resources at the right: Suarez Gross Anatomy Dissector  &  Netter’s Online Dissection Modules All the fun … Continue reading

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Attention EndNote Users!

EndNote–a software program for managing your references, popular at Dartmouth and DHMC–has issued a new version: EndNote X5 (“fifteen”). Chief among the new features is a built-in PDF-viewer that allows you to annotate your PDFs. To learn more, and find … Continue reading

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JAMA & Archives

The first issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association was published on July 14, 1883.  In addition to articles and editorials about this new venture, and information about renewing your AMA membership (for $5, including the journal!), there were these … Continue reading

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UpToDate Usage Statistics

UpToDate is popular web-based information resource used by clinicians, faculty, residents, students, and more. UpToDate covers over 8,500 topics in 17 medical specialties and includes more than 97,000 pages of text, plus graphics, links to Medline abstracts, more than 385,000 … Continue reading

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – September 2011

Successfully Surviving a Brain Injury: A Family Guidebook, From the Emergency Room to Selecting a Rehabilitation Facility Matthews-Fuller Library: Consumer Health RC387.5 .P76 2010 This book is a practical guide to one of life’s most traumatic experiences. When a family … Continue reading

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October Conference 2011: If You’ve Got It, Flaunt it! Promoting Our Resources and Services

Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries’ October Conference for Academic Librarians This year’s conference will focus on creative, effective, practical, and affordable ways to market and promote your library resources and services. Date: Friday, October 21, 2011 Location: Fireside Inn, West Lebanon, NH … Continue reading

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Dartmouth College Library Annual Undergraduate Student Open House

The Biomedical Libraries participated once again in this year’s First-Year Open House. Our table at this event featured books on various topics relevant to students such as Celiac Disease, Stress, and Sleep. Librarians Tom Mead, Robin Paradise Montibello, and Heather … Continue reading

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Schumann Lecture Addresses Spirituality and Health

The Hitchcock Foundation and Dartmouth’s Center for Aging and Health are co-sponsoring a public lecture by Harold Koenig, M.D. The lecture, entitled “Religion, Spirituality and Health,” is at 7:30 PM, Monday, September 26 in Auditorium E-F at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. … Continue reading

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Welcome to our new blog!

The Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries have transitioned from our quarterly newsletter, The Pulse, to a blog. This will allow us to keep you updated more frequently, with regular updates about our information resources, services, educational offerings, and much more.  This is … Continue reading

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Welcome Our New Staff Member

Robin Paradis Montibello joined the Biomedical Libraries on July 1 as a Research and Education Librarian. This is a one-year term position, ending June 30, 2012. Robin is a member of the Libraries’ education and research team of librarians responsible … Continue reading

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