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New Poster Printing Options: Drop Off Service and Self-Booking!

The library is delighted to offer two new poster printing options for our NYMC users starting Friday, November 1, 2013.

Self-Booking As you have requested, NYMC registered library users now have the ability to book their own poster printing appointments via LibCalendar (http://calendar.library.nymc.edu/booking/posterprinting).

Go to the library website (link above), select the date you . . . → Read More: New Poster Printing Options: Drop Off Service and Self-Booking!

Library Book Club to Read Eric Topol’s The Creative Destruction of Medicine

The library is hosting a book club and has chosen it’s first book, Eric Topol’s “The Creative Destruction of Medicine” (2012: Basic Books). The book club will read current books about medicine, public health, health care, and other topics and hold discussion groups quarterly. The brief description of this first book:

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How to Search for NYMC (and other!) Dissertations Online

Searching for NYMC dissertations?  It’s easy!  Go to the library’s catalog, NYMCat, from the list of Quick Links on the left side of the Library Homepage.  Click on the Advanced Search tab in NYMCat, type “dissertations” into the first search box, and use the far right drop-down menu to search within Subject.  All of . . . → Read More: How to Search for NYMC (and other!) Dissertations Online

Trial Access to 250+ McGraw-Hill eBooks

The HSL is now offering trial access to more than 250 McGraw-Hill ebooks that cover the following subjects: USMLE and First Aid study guides, nursing, primary care, and public health.

Titles such as First Aid for the Pediatric Clerkship, Anesthesiology Board Review Pearls of Wisdom, Controlling Communicable Disease, and Medical-Surgical Nursing . . . → Read More: Trial Access to 250+ McGraw-Hill eBooks

GSBMS Literature Review and Thesis Preparation Workshop

This series of lectures, discussions and hands-on activities is intended for those Basic Medical Sciences students who expect to complete a Literature Review or M.S. Thesis in 2014. The series is sponsored by the GSBMS in partnership with the Health Sciences Library faculty. Registration is required for each class. A registration link will be available for each . . . → Read More: GSBMS Literature Review and Thesis Preparation Workshop