Today PubMed globally went down for the first time in memory.
In case this happens, or even if it’s just slow, or if you have a preference, we do have various MEDLINE alternatives you can use.
I recommend Ovid MEDLINE: http://gateway.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&MODE=ovid&NEWS=N&PAGE=main&D=mesz Off-campus link: http://lproxy.nymc.edu/login?url= http://gateway.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&MODE=ovid&NEWS=N&PAGE=main&D=mesz
From a mobile device, I would like you to . . . → Read More: Alternative PubMed/MEDLINE Access
The NYMC Health Sciences Library has coordinated generous free trial access for you to view The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection of the prestigious Henry Stewart Talks which will last through the end of 2016. We hope you might look at these materials for potential use in your courses and will provide feedback . . . → Read More: TRIAL: Henry Stewart Talks Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection
New York Medical College Health Sciences Library is very happy to announce that we now can offer all of our students both remote and mobile app access to UpToDate® !!!
UpToDate Anywhere provides you with:
Fast and easy access to UpToDate from any computer with an internet connection. UpToDate Mobile Apps for up . . . → Read More: UpToDate Available for All NYMC Students
Did You Know… Edwin Sterling Munson?
Through 2016, the library is offering a glimpse into the College’s rich history through the lens of its graduates: trail-blazers, war heroes, social justice pioneers, and everything in-between. Opening up the vault of the library’s archives, we hope to shed light on a diverse community of practitioners whose . . . → Read More: Did You Know… Edwin Sterling Munson?
JAMA Cardiology is free to New York Medical College, Health Sciences Library users through this calendar year.
The journal includes “major research investigations, informative reviews, scholarly opinion articles (including Viewpoints and Editorials), and other articles that will provide clinicians and researchers high-quality reports about cutting-edge scientific advances as well as practical clinical information. The vision for . . . → Read More: New: JAMA Cardiology