New on Trial: Thieme E-Book Library

The Thieme E-Book Library  provides access to FLEXIBOOK Atlases and Textbooks, the popular series of color atlases and pocket textbooks in anatomy, basic science, clinical science, and radiology.

Off-campus users click here  to access the trial.

Enjoy this trial through December 31, 2011, but please let us know what you think of this product by leaving a . . . → Read More: New on Trial: Thieme E-Book Library

GSBMS Literature Review and Thesis Preparation Formatting Class

 Intended for those Basic Medical Sciences students who expect to complete an M.S. Thesis or Literature Review in 2012.   

 Formatting Class:   Wednesday January 18, 2012       4:30-6 p.m.

Registration is required.

To register please contact: Amie Jung hsl_nymc@nymc.edu

 

Health Sciences Library Classes — December 2011

Please register ahead of time by using the calendar found at http://library.nymc.edu/calendar/calendar3.cfm. For further information, stop by the Reference Desk in the Library. We recommend that you sign up for classes at least 24 hours in advance to avoid cancellation.

 

Other options: If a class you wish to take is not being offered, or if . . . → Read More: Health Sciences Library Classes — December 2011

Trial Extended: uCentral from Unbound Medicine

uCentral

uCentral from Unbound Medicine is an application that allows you to access medical information through your mobile device (iOS, Android, Blackberry, Palm, Windows Phone, Windows Mobile).  Here’s some of the content you’ll be able to access during the trial:

5-Minute Emergency Consult CDC Yellow Book Clinical Evidence, 2nd ed. Control of . . . → Read More: Trial Extended: uCentral from Unbound Medicine

New Exhibit: Literature of Prescription: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Yellow Wall-Paper

The Health Sciences Library will host the exhibit Literature of Prescription: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Yellow Wall-Paper from Monday November 14, 2011 through Friday December 30, 2011.

In the late nineteenth century, at a time when women were challenging traditional ideas about gender that excluded them from political and intellectual life, medical . . . → Read More: New Exhibit: Literature of Prescription: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Yellow Wall-Paper