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There is a new resource guide to help you stay in compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy. Compliance with this open access mandate can be confusing, this guide provides information on the various steps of the process from paper submission to publication in PubMed Central.
Dana Abbey, Health Information Literacy Coordinator
We have a trial set up for VisualDx through May 15th. It is integrated into UpToDate but you can also access VisualDx by itself.
If you access VisualDx through UpToDate, you can see results that include an orange VDx icon that says “see images in VisualDx.”
VisualDx is a digital medical image library. More information
App information: From inside the VisualDx platform, you can click on the “Get free app” link in the middle of the home page to receive an individual username & password for the mobile version. From within your mobile device, search for VisualDx under apps, and download to the mobile device. When prompted for the u/p enter the one that was emailed to you.
If you have feedback about the trial, please contact email@example.com
We have trial access to AMA Manual of Style from February 12-March 14, 2013, so take a look and let us know what you think!
AMA Manual of Style Online offers the full text of the 10th edition with extensive search and browse options, policy updates made in real time, an SI conversion calculator, learning and training resources, monthly commentary, and more.
For questions or comments: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have set up institutional access to two new apps designed to help health sciences professionals manage information.
- Personalize medical news and research
- Access full text articles anywhere from over 500 journals, twitter feeds, and news sources.
- Share, discuss, and save your articles
Download the app (currently optimized only for iPhone).
- Access medical journals, news and topics in one place
- Stay up to date on medical news, track important topics
- Save articles to read offline
Download the app (currently optimized only for iPad).
For reviews of both products: Krafty Librarian
The website for the journal General Dentistry is undergoing some updates and only the current issue is available online. If you need access to an older article, please email the Electronic Resources Librarian, Heidi Zuniga, (email@example.com) and she will request it from the publisher.
UPDATE: Back issues should now be available
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has released a new tool to track compliance of publications that fall under the NIH Public Access Policy. The Public Access Compliance Monitor (PACM) supports the efforts of grantee organizations to ensure their awards are compliant. This tool provides detailed information about each article and allows institutions to track the status of deposited papers. For information regarding access to the PACM, please visit http://ow.ly/gOgZ9.
Dana Abbey, MLS
Check out our newest resource: AccessAnesthesiology. This database includes anesthesiology e-books, calculators and other resources covering pain management, critical care, and perioperative medicine.
We are able to provide this resource thanks to generous support from the Department of Anesthesiology.