NYMC Writing Center Launches Consultation Appointments and Seeks Volunteers

Beginning on April 1, members of the NYMC community needing assistance with their writing skills can book appointments with librarian instructors in the newly established Writing Center. Book appointments here by selecting an available time slot:

http://calendar.library.nymc.edu/writingcenter

These consultations are aimed at assisting in the production of . . . → Read More: NYMC Writing Center Launches Consultation Appointments and Seeks Volunteers

Trial Database: ClinicalAccess (Clinical Decision Support Tool)

The library has just started a trial of a brand new clinical decision support tool: ClinicalAccess. Created by McGraw-Hill (the same publishers who created AccessMedicine), ClinicalAccess contains more than 120,000 answers to questions at the point of care.

Give ClinicalAccess a try today! The trial ends on April 21, 2014.

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New Library Guide for Locating Biographies in the History of Medicine

MS1s: If you haven’t yet done the research for your History of Medicine paper, you’re sure to need some help. Librarians at the Health Sciences Library have put together a LibGuide to get you started.

You can find the Guide here: http://guides.library.nymc.edu/histmed 

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Vesalius Book on Display in Library

The new translation of Andreas Vesalius’ masterpiece The Fabric of the Human Body is on display in the Library.

 

In 1543 Vesalius sparked a scientific revolution with a magnificent book of anatomical instruction and illustrations: De Humani Corporis Fabrica.  Vesalius’ experience with the dissection of corpses marked a shift in medical . . . → Read More: Vesalius Book on Display in Library

Ask What Reference Can Do for You!

When was the last time you began a search on PubMed and found exactly what you were looking for on the first try?  Are you starting a research project and want to make sure you don’t miss any crucial articles on a topic? Considering doing a systematic review and need help with the . . . → Read More: Ask What Reference Can Do for You!