Category Archives: Resources

Gear Up! 2015

Connect with the people at Dartmouth that support all stages of your research and scholarship. Learn about services, solutions, and resources that can bring power to your research project. Three events, three locations to choose from: Friday, January 16th, 3-5pm  … Continue reading

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Clinical Key Interface Update

As previously announced, MD Consult has been replaced by Clinical Key.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. … Continue reading

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MD Consult now Clinical Key

MD Consult has been transitioned to a new product, Clinical Key, as of July 2014.  Elsevier no longer offers MD Consult.  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 … Continue reading

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – July 2014

First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2014: A Student-To-Student Guide Dana Library  R834.5 .F45 2014 Essentials of Stem Cell Biology Dana Library  QH588.S83 E87 2014 Rural Public Health: Best Practices and Preventive Models Dana Library RA771.5 .R87 2014 Biochemical … Continue reading

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New Books in the Biomedical Libraries – June 2014

Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Complete Guide to Understanding Autism Matthews-Fuller Library RC553.A88 S566 2014 Escourolle & Poirier’s Manual of Basic Neuropathology Matthews-Fuller Library RC347 .E8318 2014 Lu’s Basic Toxicology: Fundamentals, Target Organs, and Risk Assessment Matthews-Fuller Library RA1211 .K33 2013 … Continue reading

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Try Scopus for Research and Citation Analysis

Dartmouth faculty, students and staff have access to Scopus until June 27th as a free trial.  Scopus, like Web of Science, indexes peer-reviewed literature in a broad range of fields, with deep coverage of science, technology, and medicine. Use Scopus in your research and citation analysis work during … Continue reading

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UpToDate Enhancements Coming

UpToDate® has announced that changes are coming soon to their user interface, including: Search results that link directly to the most commonly referenced sections within a topic: Customizability allows you to collapse the search results to see more results per page; this setting … Continue reading

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DynaMed Mobile!

Did you know that DynaMed is available as a mobile application, compatible with devices such as the Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, just to name a few?  Visit here to learn more. DynaMed™ is a clinical reference tool created by … Continue reading

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Dartmouth VPN Software Upgrade

UPDATE:  On March 19, 2014 the Dartmouth VPN was upgraded to a new version.  This was a minor change to both the VPN concentrators and to the JunOS Pulse client.  After the upgrade, users will be prompted to install a … Continue reading

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Video Trials: Bates Physical Examination and Acland Anatomy

Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination provides demonstrations of head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques.  It contains more than 8 hours of content, broken down into volumes based on regional anatomy, and then short chapters that review anatomy and demonstrate proper examination. … Continue reading

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