Data Management Essentials

Data Management Essentials Thursday, April 20, 2017 3-4 p.m. Health Sciences Library Classroom 109

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The Health Sciences Library presents a new class on data management.

Funding agencies and publishers increasingly require researchers to articulate a data management process. In order to respond to these requirements, researchers will need . . . → Read More: Data Management Essentials

Robbins Basic Pathology: New Edition of eBook Now Available

Robbins Basic Pathology (10th edition) can be accessed in the following way:

Use any browser to go to the following URL: http://lproxy.nymc.edu/login?url=https://www.clinicalkey.com/. You will be prompted for your network login and ID (enter it without the domain: @nymc.edu). Click on Books beneath the search bar Select R and then click on the book title: . . . → Read More: Robbins Basic Pathology: New Edition of eBook Now Available

Flip Your Classroom: Henry Stewart Talks Now Available

At the request of many of our faculty members, the NYMC Health Sciences Library has purchased The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection of the prestigious Henry Stewart Talks.  The collection provides immediate access to over 2,000 online seminar-style talks presented by leading experts, including a number of Nobel Laureates.

HSTalks is perfect for the . . . → Read More: Flip Your Classroom: Henry Stewart Talks Now Available

Patient Safety Awareness Week: Resources at the Library

Patient Safety Awareness Week is March 12-18, 2017.  The NYMC Health Sciences Library offers these resources from our Access Medicine database:

Patient Safety Module an interactive module that takes users through a series of courses with videos and questions covering the core competencies of patient safety. The Evolution of the Patient Safety Movement: Reflections on . . . → Read More: Patient Safety Awareness Week: Resources at the Library

Help! My news is fake!

Help!  My news is fake!

Did your mother call you to tell you that vaccines are linked to autism?  Did your Facebook feed pop up with an article on a new pesticide that’s going to kill us all?  Did one of your friends breathlessly tell you that HIV does not cause AIDS?  You might . . . → Read More: Help! My news is fake!