The HSL is excited about a new iPad app trial - BrowZine, free to download in the App Store.
As you can see from the image above, the clean, crisp layout makes reading and organizing scholarly journal articles easier than ever. Just go to the App Store, download BrowZine, select New York . . . → Read More: BrowZine – New, Amazing iPad App (for reading/organizing scholarly journal articles)
The library has just begun a trial of Isabel that will last until May 10, 2013.
It is highly recommended that users of DynaMed explore this new option: “Physicians using DynaMed can further improve diagnosis accuracy with Isabel, the premier diagnosis decision support tool. Evidence-based content from DynaMed is seamlessly integrated into Isabel‘s diagnostic process, . . . → Read More: New Trial Database – Isabel
The Health Sciences Library has just begun a trial of JAMA Evidence, an evidence-based database that “helps decisionmakers identify the best available evidence by providing guides to the systematic consideration of the validity, importance, and applicability of claims about the assessment of health problems and the outcomes of health care.”
Off-campus users click here to . . . → Read More: New Trial Database: JAMA Evidence
The Ebsco Publishing Ebook Collection offers a selection of high-quality electronic book titles across a diverse range of subject and topic areas, including over 500 health and medicine titles.
Off-campus users click here to access the trial.
Enjoy this trial through July 12, 2012, but please let us know what you think of this product by leaving a . . . → Read More: New on Trial: Ebsco Publishing Ebook Collection
DXplain is a computer-assisted decision support system. It can be used in two main modes. In the role of a medical textbook, DXplain can provide a comprehensive description for over 2,200 different diseases, emphasizing the signs and symptoms, etiology, pathology and prognosis. DXplain can also list a differential diagnosis for approximately 4,900 clinical findings.
In . . . → Read More: Now on Trial: DXplain (through 5/31/12)