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NLM Traveling Exhibit | Student Corner | Faculty Corner | New Resource: ClinicalKey | OUWB Publication List
NLM Traveling Exhibit on Global Health
The Medical Library is hosting the National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit 'Against the Odds: Making a Difference in Global Health'
now through the end of August in the Kresge Library Lobby!
The exhibit examines global health from a historical perspective focusing on the topics of AIDS, food insecurity, violence, war, and community health. It focuses on the perspective of individuals, organizations, and countries working to improve the quality of care on an international scale.
Accompanying the traveling version is an online exhibit
delving deeper into each topic area and featuring additional online activities and resources.
This exhibit is brought to you by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.
|Welcome (or Welcome Back)! Getting back into the swing of classes can be a challenge so here are just a few reminders about how the Medical Library can make things a little easier:|
- M1 Textbooks & M2 Textbooks Remember to visit our textbook pages on the website for a list of all the course textbooks, including required and recommended as well as which ones are available from the library electronically.
- Course Resource Guides are available for most courses and serve as a one-stop shop for the essential resources. Each guide lists items such as textbooks, USMLE prep and review material, links to other supplementary eBooks and databases, as well as links to outside resources.
- Library Hours Kresge Library is open 24/7 (excluding official University closings and holidays) including the Medical Library Collaborative and Quiet Study Rooms! Check out our expanded and newly renovated study spaces!
And, of course, your friendly neighborhood librarians are always here to help!
|**NEW** Faculty Brown Bag Series The Medical Library will be hosting its second faculty brown bag series on Oakland's campus beginning in September! Each session topic was selected based on your feedback and will be held in 478 O'Dowd Hall from 12:00 - 1:00pm. Anyone interested in the topics is welcome to attend. Please feel free to bring your lunch! |
September: Strategies for Tracking your Scholarly Impact on the Field for Promotion & Tenure
- When: Wednesday, September 17 from 12:00 - 1:00pm
- Where: 478 O'Dowd
- Description: Wondering how exactly your work is being used and impacting the greater field? This session will help you identify and utilize the best resources to track your own work and for promotion and tenure purposes.
SNEAK PEEK at our Upcoming Sessions:
- October 22, 2014: Research Grant Resources
- November 19, 2014: Apps for Keeping Up with the Literature - Browzine, Docphin, Read QxMD
- January 21, 2015: Common Mistakes in IRB Submissions
- February 18, 2015: Copyright Issues for Educators
- March 18, 2015: Writing Review Articles
- April 22, 2015: How to Get Published (Hosted by Elsevier)
- June 17, 2015: Alternative Ways of Disseminating Your Scholarly Work
If you have any questions about the series, please contact Misa Mi at email@example.com
New Resource: ClinicalKey
The Medical Library recently purchased Elsevier's ClinicalKey
database which provides access to over 1,000 eBooks, 500 eJournals, and hundreds of procedural videos. ClinicalKey will also eventually replace MDConsult as the main resource for Elsevier content. ClinicalKey
features a single search box that searches all content or you may browse individual sections including books (including many electronic versions of course textbooks), journals, practice guidelines, and multimedia.
The database is continually evolving to include new content and features! New features, including a mobile app, are expected this fall.
OUWB Publication List: April - June 2014
The Medical Library is pleased to publish the OUWB Publication List for
the 2nd quarter (April - June) of 2014 featuring the published work
of OUWB faculty, staff,
and students! This quarterly report recognizes and
provides quick access links to our authors' books, book chapters,
abstracts, and MedEd Portal submissions. Click on the image to the right to read the
A special thanks to Evan Sprague, our Medical
Library Assistant, for the extensive time and effort he has put forth in
searching and documenting citations, and developing this publication
If your publication was inadvertently missed, please email
the citation to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
, and it will appear in next
Contact our editor
Stephanie Swanberg at email@example.com