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New URL for Old Course Reserves

Emory Libraries is migrating to a new course reserves system as of May 14.  Instructors may continue to use the old ReservesDirect system through the summer with access via this url: https://old-ereserves.library.emory.edu/. More information about using the new system will be made available later in the summer. The WHSC Library will assist instructors as requested….

National Nurses Week 2014

It is National Nurses Week (May 6-12 2014) and the WHSC Library is celebrating by highlighting new eBooks available in the field of Nursing and Nursing education.  Check out the titles below or search DiscoverE, Emory’s online catalog to find additional titles. Other WHSC Library databases and resources identified to support the field of Nursing…

Library Exam Hours

The WHSC Library will be open every from 8 am until 12 midnight, from now through Thursday May 8. Please visit the library’s Hours page for more information (http://health.library.emory.edu/using-the-library/visiting/hours.html).  Summer hours will begin Friday, May 9.

Graduating soon? You may be eligible for complimentary Science Direct access.

Elsevier is a large publishing company that produces Scopus and Science Direct among many other resources and publications.  See if you qualify for complimentary 6 month access to ScienceDirect.  This could be a great way to stay on top of recent publications in your field before landing that first research position. From the Elsevier Scopus…

Change Coming to Electronic Course Reserves

Emory Libraries will migrate to a new course reserves system on May 14, 2014.  Instructors will have the option to continue using the current ReservesDirect system through the summer.  Information about using the new system will be made available in May.  The Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library will assist instructors as requested. For summer 2014…

Looking for recent clinical data? Try ClinicalTrials.gov

ClicinalTrials.gov is a freely accessible federal registry of clinical studies on human volunteers maintained by the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. Each record presents summary information about the disease or condition, the tested intervention, approved study protocol, participation requirements and study contact information.  Additionally, many records include study results such…

Health Care Emerging Technologies and Market Research reports available through BCC Research

From medical robotics to mobile health to digital pathology, BCC Research publishes over 250 market research reports annually. These extensive reports provide market forecasts with statistical and analytical information on applications, industry structure and dynamics, technology shifts, and international developments.  Recent reports include: Intravascular ultrasound equipment Cardiac biomarkers Computer assisted surgery In Vitro toxicity testing…

PLOS’ new DATA availability policy

PLOS journals have released a new data policy, which states “authors must make all data underlying the findings described in their manuscript fully available without restriction, with rare exception.” PLOS Journals will now require authors to complete a Data Availability Statement when submitting a manuscript, which will describe how author’s intent to comply with this…

BioBase Training event, Thursday March 13th

BioBase Trainers will be at Emory Thursday, March 13.   All training sessions will be in the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library Computer Classroom.  The schedule for the training sessions are below.  Lunch will be served from 11-12pm for participants in the 9-11 and 12-2 sessions .  Register at: http://health.library.emory.edu/training/workshops-classes/index.html.   Schedule: 9:00-11:00 AM BKL (Proteome/TRANSFAC)…

Medical Self-Study Questions available via Access Databases

AccessMedicine, AccessEmergency Medicine, and AccessSurgery Medicine all offer  a variety of self-study questions derived from core medicine textbooks such as Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine: Self-Assessment and Board Review, Williams Obstetrics Study Guide,  McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review:  Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Examination& Board Review, Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery ABSITE and Board Review and much more.   In…