Data Analysis Tools

The Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library licenses data analysis tools useful in health sciences research. The software can be found in our Specialized Software Lab, located on the Plaza level of the WHSC Library. The lab, consisting of 4 PCs, includes quantitative and qualitative analysis. Microsoft productivity software, including Visio and Access, are also available. Access to…

Welcome new students!

As you begin your studies at Emory, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC) Library is here to help you along the way.  We have… Spaces for you to work alone or in groups Upper level is the quiet space furnished with carrels and tables Check out a key for one of our group study rooms…

Claim Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits on ClinicalKey!

Claim CME credits on ClinicalKey! The CME credits are provided by the Elsevier Office of CME which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). You can now earn 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for each search conducted through ClinicalKey. Step 1. Log in to ClinicalKey using your Emory University or Emory Healthcare credentials. Click “Register” and…

Health Sciences Library Study Rooms

Students, are you looking for a place to meet with your study group, to practice a presentation, or to just buckle down and study?  Students can check out study rooms in the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library for both individual and group use. If you need a place without distractions, we have a variety of…

New resources for physical therapy and rehabilitation

Books, videos, NPTE review, and other information supporting teaching, learning, and clinical practice are now available to Emory faculty, students, and university and EHC staff at AccessPhysiotherapy.  Videos demonstrate exercise and rehabilitation techniques, kinetics, and physical therapy interventions.  There is also an interactive, cadaver dissection tool, Anatomy & Physiology Revealed. The FA Davis PT Collection…

Welcome New Medical Residents and Fellows

Welcome new medical residents and fellows! As you begin your studies at Emory, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC) Library is here to help you along the way. We have branch libraries located at four EHC hospitals: EUH, EUH Midtown, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital, and Grady campus. Additionally, we have a team of clinical informationists available to…

NEJM Journal Watch technical issue fixed

NEJM has fixed the problem with Journal Watch.  Users can now access it off the Emory network via the proxy: http://www.jwatch.org.proxy.library.emory.edu/.   If you have any questions regarding Journal Watch, please contact “Ask a Librarian.”  

NEJM Journal Watch Access Issues: Temporary Solution…

There has been continuing access issues to the library’s subscription to NEJM Journal Watch, preventing Emory users from accessing it through Emory’s proxy server.  NEJM cotinues to work to resolve the problem.  As a temporary solution, Emory users can access NEJM Journal Watch when on the Emory University Network, i.e. Emory University’s IP by going directly…

“History of Teaching Medicine at Emory” exhibit at the WHSC Library

The WHSC Library is featuring an exhibit that gives a glimpse of medical education in Emory’s School of Medicine through the years.  On display are Emory School of Medicine records, 1916–2016, photographs, textbooks, medical instruments, and other interesting artifacts from the WHSC Library’s archives.  Detailed information regarding the exhibit can be found here.  

NEJM Journal Watch access issues

Journal Watch users may have noticed problems trying to access it recently.  There has been a technical issue that has prevented Emory users from accessing it; NEJM is working to resolve the problem.  We are in constant contact with NEJM to have the issue resolved as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please…