Monthly Archives: September 2013

Differential Diagnosis Tool: Now on Trial

ISABEL is a differential diagnosis tool now on trial through October 26. It allows you to enter factors like age, gender, and clinical findings such as fever, hypertension, chills, and more. It then suggests diagnoses and links to additional information … Continue reading

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The Value of Librarians in Health Care

A new article in the recent issue of JAMA argues that health sciences librarians have an increasingly important role in health care, including being part of patient care teams, becoming embedded into patient safety and quality improvement initiatives, providing patient … Continue reading

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – September 2013

Primate Adaptation and Evolution Dana Library QL737.P9 F57 2013 Conservation of Wildlife Populations: Demography, Genetics, and Management Dana Library SK355 .M55 2013 Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments Dana Library QH581.2 .K369 2013 Black Bag to Blackberry: A Maine … Continue reading

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Photography Exhibit at the Matthews-Fuller Library

Photographs by Clara Gimenez on display until January 2014 Artist Statement: This selection of photographs reflects my interest in the texture and color of landscapes. My method is very simple: I take my camera everywhere and wait for the opportunity … Continue reading

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AUTHOREA Demo & Discussion, October 8, 2013

WHAT:  Authorea Demo and Discussion with co-founder Alberto Pepe (registration required) WHEN:  Tuesday, October 8, 2013, Noon – 1:30pm (lunch provided) WHERE:  DCAL, 102 Baker Library Authorea is an innovative – and free! –  new collaborative authoring tool for scientists.  … Continue reading

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