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Health Sciences Library hosts “Pictures of Nursing” traveling exhibit

The Health Sciences Library at New York Medical College is currently hosting the National Library of Medicine’s traveling poster exhibit, Pictures of Nursing: The Zwerdling Postcard Collection. The six-panel poster exhibit, illustrated with postcards from the National Library of Medicine’s Zwerdling Collection, looks at the ways in which nursing as a profession has been . . . → Read More: Health Sciences Library hosts “Pictures of Nursing” traveling exhibit

GSBMS Thesis Prep 1, An Overview of the GSBMS Thesis Process

The Future of Health is in the Genes!

Medicine is moving from an evidence-based practice model to a precision medicine model or personalized medical care model. According to new research, it no longer makes sense to use evidence that is based on a general group outcome, when we are treating an individual. A new report by the National Academy of Medicine: Caring for . . . → Read More: The Future of Health is in the Genes!

Shine a Light on Your Contributions with ORCID

On Wednesday, September 25th, we will celebrate the scholarly publications and activities of New York Medical College’s esteemed faculty with our 26th Annual Author Event.

What better time to register for your ID which will distinguish you and and all of your hard work from everyone else’s.

You can associate your ORCID ID with all . . . → Read More: Shine a Light on Your Contributions with ORCID

New AccessMedicine Features

Current Medical Diagnosis and Therapy 2020

AccessMedicine has had some exciting new features and content added to the site over the past month.

Human anatomy modules have been added to AccessMedicine. These 3-D modules will guide you through system-based tours of the human anatomy. There are currently seven modules/tours covering the Brain, Endocrine System, Gastrointestinal System, Heart, Respiratory System, Spine . . . → Read More: New AccessMedicine Features