Many of you use EndNote to harvest or gather PDFs in your EndNote Library. It’s a huge time saver when you are trying to collect the articles you need for a grant or manuscript. The library has changed how we are able to do this and you need to update your settings as soon as possible. If you don’t make this change, your copy of EndNote will stop harvesting PDFs on June 1st. Take the time to make this change now, the new URL is already working.
In Endnote, go to the “Edit” drop down menu and choose “Preferences”.
In the EndNote Preferences box, make sure you have “Find Full Text” selected.
Check all 4 of the checkboxes. The “OpenURL Path:” field should be
Copy and paste this into the field or type it very deliberately. Uppercase matters and must be typed exactly as shown. Include the “?” at the end. Please note the URL begins with https. You only need to fill in the “Authenticate with: URL:” field if you are trying to harvest or gather PDFs when you are not on campus. If you only use EndNote on campus you don’t need to populate this field. If you are using it, it should be
If you need assistance or would like us to help walk you through any of these changes, you can reach the Education & Reference department in the library from 9:00am through 4:00pm at 303-724-2109.
Dr. Henry Claman was a man of many interests and accomplishments. He was a member of the faculty of the University of Colorado School of Medicine for over 50 years, 25 of them as Head of the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, and he was the driving force behind the establishment of the Arts and Humanities in Healthcare Program on the Anschutz Medical Campus. In support of the program, Dr. Claman and his wife, Dr. Janet Stewart Claman, established The Henry and Janet Claman Medical Humanities Collection at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Library. An exhibit honoring a few of his accomplishments and contributions to his field, to the University, and to the Health Sciences Library is featured in the exhibit case on the 3rd floor, between the elevator and the Special Collections Room.
[Emily Epstein, Cataloging Librarian]
Did you know that the Health Sciences Library has a unique collection of medical artifacts, consisting of a wide range of objects, dating from the 19th century? Besides view these artifacts in several rotating exhibits of the artifacts throughout the library, the collection is available for individual research. If you would like to search the artifact collection, visit the Library’s newest database- PastPerfect Online- http://uchslibrary.pastperfectonline.com/ All the artifacts listed in the catalog are available for anyone to look at, with an appointment. Searching help is included on the page, or you can contact Paul Andrews at email@example.com or 303-724-2113 for assistance.
Try JoVE Unlimited! The Health Sciences Library has expanded access to JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) through a subscription to JoVE Unlimited.
JoVE is a peer-reviewed scientific video journal that includes over 5,500 videos demonstrating experiments from laboratories at top research institutions.
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Medicine Science and Dreams : The Making of Physician-Scientists
Description: “Physician-scientists are unusual creatures. While we are drawn to the clinical challenges of our patients, we are also drawn to the opportunities that our patients’medical problems bring to science. This book contains the unique experiences and encounters that drew 20 accomplished physician-scientists to this profession. These personal stories are those of people and circumstances that have had profound effects on our career decisions, our creative opportunities, and our lives. These stories also serve to highlight the lessons learned along the way and the distinct attributes of these women and men of medicine and science. Our combined hope is that our collective biographies will enhance the public understanding of our profession, will move people from medicine to science and from science to medicine, and will inspire those who are contemplating this extraordinary profession. “It is a rare gift to benefit from the collective wisdom of so many individuals at the same time. These physician scientists have provided readers with helpful advice and thoughtful encouragement. The interesting and thought provoking essays in Medicine Science and Dreams can be read and digested one at a time or all at once in sequence. They provide lessons to be learned by any physician-scientist, whether just starting out or in the middle of a research career. Schwartz has done readers a great service and has added to the legacy of these prominent and successful physician-scientists.”
-Book review in JAMA, September 7, 2011—Vol 306, No. 9 by Derek S. Wheeler, MD
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Submit your three wishes to the library genie today! Your wishes will be anonymous, but if you’d be willing to talk more with us about your wishes you can include your name and e-mail address.
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