The HSL has happily added Thieme eNeurosurgery to our database collection. This fantastic database – with content focused exclusively on neurosurgery – contains almost 90 ebooks, 250 peer-reviewed procedures, and 30,000 images. Surgeons and neurosurgeons alike are sure to benefit from this outstanding resource.
We have a “1-concurrent user” license, so when you are finished . . . → Read More: New Neurosurgery Database
The HSL Library will have extended study hours this Friday and Saturday. The new hours will be Friday, April 26th from 8AM – 5PM, with study hours from 5PM – 12AM and Saturday, April 27th from 11AM – 12AM.
Do you want to keep up with the most recent articles from your favorite journals? The Health Sciences Library has recently subscribed to JournalTOCs, a current awareness service that lets you create a personalized list of journals to view the latest tables of contents. Our JournalTOCs subscription includes 780 journals for which . . . → Read More: JournalTOCs – Your Virtual New Journals Shelf
MDConsult is being superseded and replaced by a new product from Elsevier called ClinicalKey. The vendor asserts that ClinicalKey “is a Clinical Insight Engine, so called because it does more than just search keywords. All of Elsevier’s medical/surgical content is semantically enriched using Elsevier’s proprietary medical taxonomy – EMMeT. This ClinicalKey exclusive is what powers the . . . → Read More: MDConsult to ClinicalKey – Important Database Trial
We’d like to introduce you to one of the newest librarians at the Health Sciences Library, Amanda (“Mandy”) Kaufman, who is our Access Services Librarian:
Mandy Kaufman, HSL Access Services Librarian
Where did you grow up, go to school, what did you study?
I grew up in Western Maryland. I received my Bachelors degree . . . → Read More: Meet the New Librarian: Amanda (“Mandy”) Kaufman!