Change coming to the WHSC Library website

During the week of March 18th, expect to see some changes to the WHSC Library’s website.  The navigation tab “Services” will be renamed “Using the Library;”  the modified section will feature various resources and services to faculty, staff, and students. The new formatting should prove to be more concise and user-friendly.      

Newly Available eBooks

The WHSC Library is constantly updating its eBook collections.  Links to some key clinical eBooks appearing in resources such as AccessMedicine, Clinical Key and Books@OVID are available under the “Select eBooks” listing on the Clinical Resources page of the library website.  Even more eBooks can be found by searching the University Libraries catalog discoverE. See…

NEJM Journal Watch Access Issue Resolved

The access issue associated with NEJM Journal Watch through Emory’s proxy server has been resolved.  Users can now access Journal Watch via the proxy server, which means that access is also available when not on the Emory University network. Users will have to login with their Emory University NetID and password, starting next week. If you encounter any…

NEJM Journal Watch Access Issues

While the WHSC Library has a subscription to NEJM Journal Watch, there has been a technical issue that has prevented Emory users from accessing it through Emory’s proxy server.  NEJM is working to resolve the problem.  Until the proxy issue is completely resolved, Emory users can access NEJM Journal Watch when on the Emory University…

NEJM Journal Watch now available

Check out this great resource now available from the WHSC Library! NEJM Journal Watch summarizes the most important research from over 250 medical journals. Physician editors and authors address 12 specialty areas: Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, HIV/AIDS, Hospital Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Neurology, Oncology and Hematology, Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Psychiatry, and Women’s Health….

October is National Medical Librarians Month

Every day, medical librarians at the WHSC Library facilitate your work as health care professionals, educators, and students by: Locating, evaluating, synthesizing and sending you authoritative information.  Faculty and staff, request a search.  Students, request assistance with finding information for your assignment. Teaching you to find, evaluate, organize, and use information for patient care, teaching,…

WHSC Library’s Associate Director selected as 2017-2018 NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellow

Amy Allison, Associate Director of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library, has been selected as a Fellow in the 2017-2018 NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellows Program, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine and the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries.  The Program prepares emerging leaders for director positions in academic health sciences libraries through a year-long…

WHSC Library CLOSED Tuesday, September 12, 2017

In keeping with the Emory University decision to close on Monday, September 11, 2017 and Tuesday, September 12, 2017 due to possible inclement weather, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library will also be closed Monday, September 11, 2017 AND Tuesday, September 12, 2017.  For updates, please call Emory’s weather information line at 404-727-1234, check the…

WHSC Library closed September 11, 2017

In keeping with the Emory University decision to close on Monday, September 11, 2017 due to possible inclement weather, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library will also be closed Monday, September 11, 2017.  For updates, please call Emory’s weather information line at 404-727-1234, check the university website at www.emory.edu, or watch for all-Emory email advisories.

e-Anatomy replacing AnatomyTV

Beginning August 1, 2017, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library will no longer offer subscription access to AnatomyTV.  Users are encouraged to transition to e-Anatomy.  e-Anatomy is an interactive atlas of human anatomy and includes CT, MRI and radiographic images as well as thousands of anatomical structure and more than 375,000 “translated medical labels.”  The…