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 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
In December 2012, BioMed Central launched the Cases Database, a semantically-enriched open access database of medical case reports.
Cases Database is a freely accessible tool, which aggregates case reports from open access or Creative Commons licensed articles from multiple publishers including Springer, BMJ, and PubMed Central. Currently, there are more than 11,000 cases . . . → Read More: Cases Database
The new and improved AMA Manual of Style Online has been launched today. With a brand new interface and redesigned search, browse, and personalization features, finding what you need in the Manual is easier than ever.
The AMA Manual of Style, a must-have guide for anyone involved in medical and scientific writing, is available from . . . → Read More: New and Improved AMA Manual of Style Online
The Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce online access to the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Directory, which is linked from the Library’s Databases page. As of this year, the ABMS Directory will no longer be printed, but users should be pleased to learn that the online directory is incredibly easy . . . → Read More: New ABMS Directory Online