Since January 2013, the Health Sciences Library has been using Springshare‘s LibGuides software to build subject and resource guides for the NYMC community. The original LibGuides software was created in 2007, and the Internet and website design and functionality have evolved in many ways since then. When Springshare announced they would be releasing a new version . . . → Read More: Updated LibGuides Subject and Resource Guides
Take advantage of extended library hours this weekend.
The library will be open for study until 1:00 AM on Friday night and from 11:00 AM– 1:00 AM on Saturday.
Good luck with your exams!
Touro and NYMC are offering a trial of Lexicomp Online until October 16, 2014. Lexicomp is a database of drug information (drug doses and interactions, toxicology) and clinical content (5-Minute Clinical Consult, information on infectious diseases). It is a resource for pharmacologists, emergency medicine physicians, and general physicians. The screenshot below shows how users can search . . . → Read More: Trial Database: Lexicomp
On Wednesday, September 10th, the Department of Speech-Language Pathology is presenting a special CME event that includes a screening of the 2010 film, The King’s Speech, followed by a panel discussion. In conjunction, the Health Sciences Library has created a supplemental resource guide and display, titled Stuttering: Myth & Reality, that gives an overview . . . → Read More: Stuttering: Myth & Reality exhibit to accompany The King’s Speech
The Health Sciences Library has teamed up with the School of Medicine Student Senate during Student Wellness Week to create “NYMC Fit,” a university wide fitness challenge. We want everyone to try it — faculty, students, staff, and even your family members are welcome. The challenge will use the free, web-based software, LoseIt! to . . . → Read More: NYMC Fit: Join the challenge!!