Monthly Archives: May 2012

Librarians Attend Annual Medical Library Association Meeting

Laura Cousineau, Tom Mead, and Cindy Stewart, librarians from the Biomedical Libraries, recently attended the annual meeting of the Medical Library Association (MLA). The conference was located in Seattle, WA, from May 18-23. The meeting provided opportunities to hear interesting … Continue reading

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Try DynaMed, a New Resource for Clinical Information

DynaMed is a clinical reference tool that provides evidence-based, clinically-organized reviews for over 3,200 topics.  Designed for use at the point of care, DynaMed quickly outlines general information, causes and risk factors, complications and associated conditions, history and physical, diagnosis, … Continue reading

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How-To Videos on Document Delivery

The Biomedical Libraries now offer quick online videos for learning about DartDoc and our other document delivery services.  These videos are available in several formats and can be played on most computers and mobile devices: How-To Videos on Document Delivery … Continue reading

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – May 2012

The Knowledgeable Patient: Communication and Participation in Health Matthews-Fuller Library R727.4 .K56 2011 In the challenging world of current medical care, the informed patient has become an active and informed part of the medical process.  This well written and informative … Continue reading

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Endnote’s Find Full Text Feature

For those of you using EndNote version X or newer, there’s a preference setting that will increase your capture rate of full text articles when you click on the “Find Full Text” icon: In Endnote preferences, select “Find Full Text”. … Continue reading

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