No Longer Just about Lyme Disease

Illnesses from mosquito, tick, and flea bites have tripled in the last 15 years, but even more alarming is that nine new germs spread by these insects have been discovered in the United States alone (CDC, Illnesses on the Rise, 2018).

Hiking year-round is a favorite hobby of mine. But as the summer approaches and tights . . . → Read More: No Longer Just about Lyme Disease

UCentral Demo: December 3 in the MEC Lobby

Join us in the MEC Lobby on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 from 11-2 for a demo of UCentral. Medical information delivered to your mobile devices and the web.  UCentral is Unbound Medicine’s mobile + web application used to deliver answers to your clinical questions at the point of need. uCentral brings clinical references and journal . . . → Read More: UCentral Demo: December 3 in the MEC Lobby

Epocrates Essentials Free to Medical Students in August 2013

Epocrates is offering medical students a free one-year license to Epocrates Essentials, an integrated drug, disease, and diagnostic reference for mobile devices (valued at $159/year).  Medical students are allowed one download per year for up to four years. The software must be downloaded each year.

Epocrates Essentials offers the same functionality as the popular . . . → Read More: Epocrates Essentials Free to Medical Students in August 2013

Mobile Resources at HSL

Health Sciences Library mobile site

As the new residents have arrived and the new medical students will be here shortly, it is a good time to remind the NYMC community of the wide array of information resources that are now available for your mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.).

First of all, note that . . . → Read More: Mobile Resources at HSL

Unlimited Access to MDConsult and FirstConsult

You told us and we listened! The library is pleased to announce that you now have unlimited access to MDConsult and FirstConsult.  What does this mean?  It means that any number of NYMC-affiliated individuals can now use these databases without being locked out.  Of course, if you’re using these resources off-campus, . . . → Read More: Unlimited Access to MDConsult and FirstConsult