The Future of Health is in the Genes!

Medicine is moving from an evidence-based practice model to a precision medicine model or personalized medical care model. According to new research, it no longer makes sense to use evidence that is based on a general group outcome, when we are treating an individual. A new report by the National Academy of Medicine: Caring for . . . → Read More: The Future of Health is in the Genes!

2019 Horizon Report Released

students wearing virtual reality glasses

The 2019 Higher Education Edition of the Horizon Report was released April 23, 2019. This report profiles key trends, significant challenges, and important developments in educational technology as ranked by an expert panel from across the higher education landscape.

Trends:

Short-Term—Driving technology adoption in higher education for the next one to two years

Redesigning . . . → Read More: 2019 Horizon Report Released

Learn New RefWorks!

Refworks Logo

RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic reference manager that can be accessed from any Mac or PC computer on or off campus. Over the last few months ProQuest has launched its new and improved RefWorks® reference management platform, simplifying and improving research and collaboration workflows. Refworks 3 has a more modern interface making it easier to . . . → Read More: Learn New RefWorks!

AccessMedicine Makes Studying Easier

 

 

 

AccessMedicine includes the latest editions of the world’s most respected medical texts such as Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, and the LANGE Series featuring such titles as Jawetz, Melnick, & Adelberg’s Medical Microbiology, 27e With AccessMedicine you can: Print sections of a text . . . → Read More: AccessMedicine Makes Studying Easier

Pass the Salad, Please

I read a short article the other day in the New York Times: A Salad a Day May be Good for Brain Health.

My first thought was, yes, I know this. Nothing new. Still, out of interest in the subject of cognitive strength and nutrition, as well as starting off the New Year right, . . . → Read More: Pass the Salad, Please