Brand New NPTE Review Content Available on AccessPhysiotherapy

 

McGraw-Hill has recently added the NPTE Review Prep section to AccessPhysiotherapy. This new section introduces two resources that will serve students well in their exam preparation.

The first new resource is a 1st Edition of National Physical Therapy Examination and Board Review from Annie Burke-Doe and Mark Dutton. This Review Book provides a . . . → Read More: Brand New NPTE Review Content Available on AccessPhysiotherapy

New Books: January 2019

Highlighted titles from the newest additions to the HSL Collection. A full list of new titles can be found online.

Black man in a white coat: a doctor’s reflections on race and medicine, by Damon Tweedy, MD.

“In riveting, honest prose, Black Man in a White Coat examines the complex ways in which both . . . → Read More: New Books: January 2019

Harriet Lane Handbook: An Indispensable Pediatric Resource with a History

Developed in 1953 at the inspiration of then-chief resident Harrison Spencer, The Harriet Lane Handbook became an indispensable tool for the residents of the Harriet Lane Home and has continued to grow into a nationally and internationally respected clinical resource.

Written “by residents, for residents” and reviewed by expert faculty at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, . . . → Read More: Harriet Lane Handbook: An Indispensable Pediatric Resource with a History

Most Popular Works in Touro Scholar: November 2018

791 downloads for November 2018

Total no. of downloads in Touro Scholar, the College’s institutional repository

There are a lot of things to be thankful for this past November including the fact that this month has been our highest number of downloads ever. Interestingly, 225 of those downloads were for issues of The Chironian.

The top three most . . . → Read More: Most Popular Works in Touro Scholar: November 2018

Watch the Movie: Paywall: the Business of Scholarship

The Library has acquired rights to stream the documentary, Paywall: The Business of Scholarship. The film is about the costs, pains, and business of scholarly publishing. This is an important movie for those who want to understand how valuable information is hidden behind high-cost and seemingly free information. A critical article in Nature (Sep 2018) . . . → Read More: Watch the Movie: Paywall: the Business of Scholarship