Scott Library is sponsoring a Love Your Library video contest to celebrate National Library Week 2015 (April 12th – 19th). Between April 1st and April 24th we’ll accept video submissions (of 2 minutes or less) telling/showing us what you love most about the Library. This contest is open to all Jeffersonians (with the exception of […]
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OvidSP launched a refreshed reading experience for e-books. Give it a try and let them know what you think.
AccessMedicine added a new self-assessment game, “Showdown.” From their newsletter: Challenge colleagues on their medical knowledge, quiz-bowl style! You and your opponent will battle through two rounds of questions, each with five categories ranging from 100 to 400 points, plus a final question worth 500 points. Like other turn-based games, you can play live or […]
Scott Library added these 20 e-books in February to the growing collection: Anatomy coloring book for the health professions Basic & clinical pharmacology (13th) Bone cancer: primary bone cancers and bone metastases (2nd ed.) Clinical cases in anesthesia (4th ed.) Clinicians pocket drug reference 2015 CURRENT diagnosis & treatment: physical medicine & rehabilitation Degowin’s diagnostic examination […]
The Cochrane Library updated its website. Among the enhancements: Mobile optimization Improved browsing by topic or by Review Group Anywhere Systematic Reviews, a new article layout option for a better reading experience Details about all the updates are in their full change guide. The advanced search features remain unchanged.
JAMA Oncology is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to all aspects of medical, radiation, and surgical oncology and its subspecialties. The journal is committed to publishing influential original research, opinions, and reviews that advance the science of oncology and improve the clinical care of patients with cancer. Access JAMA Oncology from the SML web site. .
The Archives and Special Collections is posting oral history interviews with some of the first women to attend Jefferson. The interviews explore how each woman became interested in the sciences or medicine, their time at Jefferson Medical College, and where their careers took them after graduate school. Each oral history includes an audio file and […]
The Jefferson Digital Commons has a new series: Jefferson Faculty Books, a collection of recent works published by Thomas Jefferson University faculty. This list will be updated as Jefferson authors continue to publish new titles. Each record includes a link to Amazon for those interested in purchase, as well as a WorldCat link to help […]
Natural Standard merged with the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database to launch the new and improved Natural Medicines database. In addition to the rigorous evidence-based monographs for over 1200 Food, Herb, and Supplements that you know from Natural Standard, they’ll be rolling out new features and enhancing existing features: Continuing Education, patient handouts, health & wellness […]
Twenty four new College within the College posters have been added to the Jefferson Digital Commons. College within the College (CwiC) is a four year academic area of concentration designed to enrich the Jefferson Medical College curriculum for those students who seek additional training in Population Health. This program aims to step beyond the individual-level […]
Scott Library added these 26 e-books in January to the growing collection: Autoimmune diseases (5th ed.) Bailey’s research for the health professional (3rd ed.) Capstone pharmacy review Clinical guide to antineoplastic therapy: a chemotherapy handbook (3rd ed.) Clinical manual for the oncology advanced practice nurse (3rd ed.) Clinical neuroendocrinology
Do you remember what you were doing on January 13, 2005? Probably not, but on that date the Scott Memorial Library activated their institutional repository, the Jefferson Digital Commons. Yes, it has been a decade since the JDC hit the internet. Growth has been steady Total published submissions: 9,458 Total downloads: 2,080,039 Total number of […]
The next Integrative Medicine Grand Rounds will be on Tuesday, February 3rd from 8:00 – 9:00 am in the 2nd Floor Board Room of 925 Chestnut Street. Diane Reibel, Ph.D. will be presenting on the topic “Mindfulness in the Workplace: Current Research.” Dr. Reibel is Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Sidney […]
Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline, the 2015 One Book, One Philadelphia selection, is the March 2015 selection for the Jefferson Book Club. The goal of One Book, One Philadelphia is to promote reading, literacy, and libraries, and to encourage the entire greater Philadelphia area to come together through reading and discussing a single book. […]
The National Library of Medicine, in cooperation with the National Museum of American History, is pleased to present the traveling exhibition, From DNA to Beer: Harnessing Nature in Medicine and Industry. On view at Scott Memorial Library from January 19th to February 28th, the exhibition explores some of the processes, problems, and potentials inherent in […]