The library has a new e-book available in STAT!Ref!
The brain atlas : a visual guide to the human central nervous system
Brukner & Khan’s clinical sports medicine. Volume 1, Injuries
Clinical gynecologic oncology
Clinical hematology : theory and procedures
The coding manual for qualitative researchers
Fitzpatrick’s color atlas and synopsis of clinical dermatology
Handbook of pediatric psychology
Nursing today : transition and trends
Claman Medical Humanities
Eros and illness
Tell me everything you don’t remember : the stroke that changed my life
Strauss-Wisneski Indigenous and Integrative Medicine
Waring History of Medicine
No right to be idle : the invention of disability, 1840s-1930s
You may have noticed that the library has a new system for searching called SearchHSL. As part of this transition, our Journal A-Z list will look a little different. Starting on May 17th, you will see the new way to browse and search for journals within SearchHSL’s Journal Search feature, which is linked at the top of the page:
You may have noticed that the library has a new system for searching called SearchHSL. As part of this transition, our Article Linker will also connect through this new system starting on May 17th. When you search for an article in PubMed, Google Scholar, Ovid, and other databases, you will still see the same Article Linker button or branded links (Full-Text at CU Anschutz) that you used to see:
However, after you click the button, you will now go to our new system and it will look something like this (you can click a link circled in red to connect to the article and you would click the link circled in blue to report a problem):
Questions? Email Library.Web@ucdenver.edu
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.
Tell us what you think!
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