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BiblioBlast, January 2017: Home

The D. Samuel Gottesman Library

Welcome

Welcome to BiblioBlast, the newsletter of the D. Samuel Gottesman Library of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. BiblioBlast will inform you about new Library resources and keep you up to date with our classes, events and other activities. It will also highlight tips to make our online resources easier and faster to use. 

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Recently Received E-Books

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Musculoskeletal repair and regeneration, editor, Hui B. Sun, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 1383

From Knowledge to Wisdom: Science and the Good Life

From knowledge to wisdom: science and the good life, edited by Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences editorial staff, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences v. 1384

Cover of Blumgart's Surgery of the Liver, Biliary Tract and Pancreas

Blumgart's surgery of the liver, biliary tract, and pancreas, editor-in-chief, William R. Jarnigan ; associate editors, Peter J. Allen, William Chapman, Michael I. D'Angelica, Ronald P. DeMatteo, Richard Kinh Gian Do, Jean-Nicolas Vauthey; editor emeritus, Leslie H. Blumgart; 6th ed., 2017

Cover of Breast Pathology

Breast pathology, edited by David J. Dabbs, 2nd.ed., 2017

Cover of Conn's Current Therapy 2017

Conn’s current therapy 2017, by Edward T. Bope, MD, and Rick D. Kellerman, MD, 2017

Cover of Kaplan's Cardiac Anesthesia

Kaplan's cardiac anesthesia: for cardiac and noncardiac surgery, edited by Joel A. Kaplan ; associate editors, John G.T. Augoustides, Gerard R. Manecke, Jr., Timothy Maus, David L. Reich, 7th ed., 2017

Cover of Current Surgical Therapy

Current surgical therapy by John L. Cameron and Andrew M. Cameron, 12th ed., 2017

Cover of Interventional Radiology: A Survival Guide

Interventional radiology: a survival guide by David Kessel and Iain Robertson, 4th ed., 2017

Cover of Principles of Medical Biochemistry

Principles of medical biochemistry by Gerhard Meisenberg, William H. Simmons, 4th ed., 2017

Cover of Textbook of Critical Care

Textbook of critical care, editors: Jean-Louis Vincent and Edward Abraham, 7th ed., 2017

Cover of CADTH Rapid Response Reports

1000 mg versus 600/650 mg acetaminophen for pain or fever: a review of the clinical efficacy, prepared by Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health, Publication Date: 2016

From the Director

From the Director

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Highlights from 2016

  • Library servers were migrated to the Montefiore computer network with bumps along the way.  Unexpected technical difficulties proved challenging for library staff and our stalwart library users.  Montefiore/Einstein Migration, Network and Research Computing team members helped resolve a number of these issues as they occurred and are continuing to work with us to resolve residual infelicities. Your patience and understanding during this transition are much appreciated.
  • Library’s 3D printer is in constant use to print scientific, medical, educational and casual/fun models.  A librarian worked with a student to design and print a model that was used in a surgical procedure.
  • Librarians actively participate in systematic reviews, conducting literature searches and assisting with the publication process with authorship credit. 
  • Librarians  work with researchers and administrators to ensure that their publications are in compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.
  • A technology award from the New York Metropolitan Library Council (METRO) funded the purchase of a phone/device Charging Station and Locker.
  • To comply with LCME 6.3 Self Directed and Lifelong Learning Standard, librarians created modules and tutorials for first and second-year medical students.  Sessions for MSI focus on developing fundamental search skills and MSII focus on performing searches for evidence-based literature. Sessions were conducted in a flipped classroom. Librarians developed interactive, multi-media web-based tutorials with embedded quizzes to test and evaluate knowledge acquired by the students. This was followed by live in-classroom small-group sessions for students to demonstrate new knowledge and skills with feedback from peers and facilitators.
  • Librarians conducted webinars for popular classes such as EndNote, NIH Public Access Compliance as well as on demand for specific resources at a time convenient for the particular group/individual requesting it.

Intentions for 2017

  • Improving the speed and efficiency of online printing.
  • Developing new partnerships and collaborations with researchers.
  • Exploring new services and developing expertise to further your work.
  • Implementing innovative technologies to enhance services, resources and more.
  • Increase e-book,  e-journal collections and  variety of databases

Please share your thoughts, ideas and suggestions to help us implement services and resources to meet your needs!

 

Racheline G. Habousha, Director

racheline.habousha@einstein.yu.edu

Get Answers To Your Clinical Questions

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"ACP and DynaMed Plus have created a partnership focused on providing the most current, unbiased, evidence-based information to enable physicians to help them provide the best care possible to their patients. ACP clinical leadership develops and maintains DynaMed Plus internal medicine topics and multiple members of ACP are part of the DynaMed Plus Executive Board. In addition, thousands of ACP tables, images and graphics are included in DynaMed Plus."--Publisher's Web site.

The new DynaMed Plus version has greater scope and functionality.  It is updated multiple times daily to insure currency.

DynaMed Plus features:

  • Graphics & Images
  • Overviews and Recommendations
  • Precise Search Results
  • Specialty Content
  • Expert Reviewers
  • Mobile App
  • Drug Content

For mobile registration, send a request to:dyamedsupport@ebscohost.com with your name and institution. Specify the D. Samuel Gottesman Library of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine as your library. Also specify type of mobile device. A serial number will be emailed within 24 hours.

Start Your Year On The Right Foot

Let us help you step up your research game.

Make your resolutions now!

  1. Make a clean sweep! Move that folder of article PDFs into a citation manager!
  2. Maximize your research presence. Explore publishing options! Find collaborators! Increase your impact! See our Research Metrics guide.
  3. Make your mobile device work for you! Peruse our list of mobile resources and download a few.   
  4. Search smarter, not harder! Meet with your personal trainer to pump up your search skills.

For more information and for additional questions, contact the Reference Department at 718.430.3104 or e-mail askref@einstein.yu.edu.

Health Hotlines

Health Hotlines provided by the National Library of Medicine (NLM),  is a community service to help the public locate health-related information. The toll-free telephone numbers in Health Hotlines were provided by the organizations and verified.

Organizations listed, fall into many categories including Federal, State, and local government agencies, information and referral centers, professional societies, support groups and voluntary associations Toll-free numbers from the National Library of Medicine's Health Hotlines Database.

Classes and Events

Workshops are held in the Library Training Room, Forchheimer 119N. Click on a title to sign up.

Contact the Reference Department for more information, or to schedule an individual or small-group session.

Some Journals Available On The Clinical Key platform

Some E-Books Available On The Clinical Key Platform

Librarian

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Rachel Schwartz
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Albert Einstein College of Medicine
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