New Books: January 2020

Select newly added HSL titles. A full list of new titles can be found online.

The American Psychiatric Association Publishing textbook of psychiatry, edited by Laura Weiss Roberts; contributing NYMC Author Patricia Gerbarg.

“Thoroughly revised and featuring new authors and content, the seventh edition raises the bar, adding age-related, cultural, societal, and population considerations . . . → Read More: New Books: January 2020

GSBMS Thesis Prep Class 4: Formatting Your Literature Review

Class 4: Formatting Your Literature Review According to the GSBMS Guidelines Wednesday, January, 21 2020 2:30-4 p.m. Health Science Library Room 109

This class will provide instruction that follow the GSBMS Guidelines for preparing your Literature Review. It is intended for those students who expect to complete a Literature Review or M.S. Thesis in . . . → Read More: GSBMS Thesis Prep Class 4: Formatting Your Literature Review

New Books: November/December 2019

Select newly added HSL titles. A full list of new titles can be found online.

Epidemics and society: from the Black Death to the present, by Frank M. Snowden.

“A wide-ranging study that illuminates the connection between epidemic diseases and societal change, from the Black Death to Ebola. This sweeping exploration of the impact . . . → Read More: New Books: November/December 2019

Get Ready for “New PubMed!”

New PubMed Homepage

The new PubMed interface

As we previously wrote, the National Library of Medicine is gearing up to release a new version of PubMed. Read the latest Technical Bulletin article here: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/techbull/so19/so19_pubmed_updated.html

It appears it’s ready. Feel free to start using it at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/

There are some exciting new features. Everyone is sure . . . → Read More: Get Ready for “New PubMed!”

A Strategic Plan for your Research Data: Join us for a Webinar

Proteinbiochemist. “lab bench” 2009 https://www.flickr.com/photos/proteinbiochemist/3167660996/

Your research data is an asset.

A strategic plan allows you and others to find and understand the significance of your research, and ensures consistency, accuracy, integrity, and time effectiveness throughout the life of your project.

Increasingly, publishers and foundations that provide funding for research are requiring data . . . → Read More: A Strategic Plan for your Research Data: Join us for a Webinar