New AccessPharmacy ebooks
- Drug Information: A Guide for Pharmacists, 5e Patrick M. Malone, PharmD, FASHP, Karen L. Kier, PhD, MSc, RPh, BCPS, BCACP, John E. Stanovich, RPh, Meghan J. Malone, PharmD, BCPS, CACP
- Medication Therapy Management: A Comprehensive Approach David M. Angaran, Karen Whalen
- Pharmacotherapy Casebook: A Patient-Focused Approach, 9e Terry L. Schwinghammer, Julia M. Koehler
Posted October 23, 2014
New AccessMedicine ebooks
- Pathophysiology of Disease: An Introduction to Clinical Medicine, 7e Gary D. Hammer, MD, PhD, Stephen J. McPhee, MD
- Review of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, 13e Warren Levinson, MD, PhD
- Schwartz's Principles of Surgery, 10e F. Charles Brunicardi, MD, FACS, Dana K. Andersen, MD, FACS, Timothy R. Billiar, MD, FACS, David L. Dunn, MD, PhD, FACS, John G. Hunter, MD, FACS, Jeffrey B. Matthews, MD, FACS, Raphael E. Pollock, MD, PhD, FACS
- Sherris Medical Microbiology, Sixth Edition KENNETH J. RYAN, MD, C. GEORGE RAY, MD
- Understanding Medical Professionalism Wendy Levinson, MD, Shiphra Ginsburg, MD, Med, Frederic W. Hafferty, PhD, Catherine R. Lucey, MD
- Williams Obstetrics, 24e F. Gary Cunningham, MD, Kenneth J. Leveno, MD, Steven L. Bloom, MD, Catherine Y. Spong, MD, Jodi S. Dashe, MD, Barbara L. Hoffman, MD, Brian M. Casey, MD, Jeanne S. Sheffield, MD
Posted October 16, 2014
New ClinicalKey ebooks
ClinicalKey has released these new ebooks this month:
- Atlas of Interventional Pain Management, 4th ed. (Waldman)
- Atlas of Pelvic Anatomy and Gynecologic Surgery, 3rd ed. (Baggish)
- Catheter Ablation of Cardiac Arrhythmias, 3rd ed. (Huang)
- Diabetes in Cardiovascular Disease: A Companion to Braunwald’s Heart Disease, 1st ed. (Mcguire)
- Differential Diagnosis in Surgical Pathology, 3rd ed. (Gattuso)
- Fanaroff and Martin’s Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, 10th ed. (Martin)
- Felson’s Principles of Chest Roentgenology, 4th ed. (Goodman)
- Miller’s Anesthesia, 8th ed. (Miller)
- Orthopedic Secrets, 4th ed. (Namdari)
- Problem Solving in Emergency Radiology, 1st ed. (Mirvis)
- Robbins and Cotran Review of Pathology, 4th ed. (Klatt)
- Total Knee Arthroplasty, 2nd ed. (Scott)
- Twining’s Textbook of Fetal Abnormalities, 3rd ed. (Coady)
Posted October 16, 2014
Bates' Visual Guide to Physical Examination, 5th ed
Bates' Visual Guide to Physical Examination, 5th ed, is now available online through the Health Sciences Library. The 5th ed includes the Bates’ Physical Examination Videos and the OSCE Clinical Skills Videos for more than 8 hours of video content. Unique features are: an Anatomy Review prior to beginning the physical examination, “See Also” videos, PDF transcripts, closed captioning, and Searching for video clips.
Posted October 7, 2014
Stat!Ref has a mobile app for iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices. Register for a free temporary account and then use that login and password to activate the free app from the different app stores. The Health Sciences Library provides access to Stedman's Medical Dictionary, Scientific American Medicine, AHFS Drug Information, Trissel's Handbook of Injectable Drugs, and Davis Drug Guide for Nurses among other ebooks via StatRef. Ask the reference staff if you have questions or need help at firstname.lastname@example.org, via the IM chat box on the resource pages, or call (402) 280-5138.
Posted October 1 , 2014
2015 edition of CMDT
The 2015 edition of Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment has been published by AccessMedicine. From the preface, "Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 2015 (CMDT 2015) is the 54th edition of this single-source reference for practitioners in both hospital and ambulatory settings. The book emphasizes the practical features of clinical diagnosis and patient management in all fields of internal medicine and in specialties of interest to primary care practitioners and to subspecialists who provide general care."
Posted September 17, 2014.
Henry Stewart Talks: The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection
The Creighton University Health Sciences Library has coordinated trial access for you to view the Henry Stewart Talks: Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection through the end of the year. The collection provides immediate access to over 1,500 online seminar style talks containing the latest research, developments as well as the fundamentals presented by the world’s leading experts including a number of Nobel Laureates. This prestigious new resource is perfect for the classroom setting, the lab, your research, as part of your course curriculum, as a study/reference tool for your students and for personal interest.
To provide feedback, or for more information, please contact Diana Boone in the Health Sciences Library at 402-280-5175 or email@example.com.
Posted September 23, 2014
Library resource guides relocated
The libraries are merging their subject guide pages to align with the strategic plan. If a link to a resource guide is temporarily broken, you should be able to find it here.
Posted August 5th 2014
Journal Changes for 2014
For more than a decade, the Health Sciences Library has avoided the budget pressures that have forced peer libraries to make significant cuts to journal subscriptions, but has finally had to do the same. The library was also able to add six new subscriptions and a medical journal database in response to requests from faculty and curriculum needs.
The first adjustment the library made was to subscribe to the MEDLINE Complete database. This EBSCOhost repository, built around the indexing in MEDLINE, includes 772 full text medical journals with current coverage without embargo, plus 1368 journals with a delay of one to eighteen months, and 379 with some period of full text coverage but no longer adding new issues. Of the non-embargoed journals in this and other EBSCOhost databases, 48 were also subscribed by the library. Of these, we discontinued 26; current issues will now be available on EBSCOhost but not at the publishers’ web sites.
Although nearly all online journals are used by Creighton faculty and students, the library identified and discontinued 32 journals, 3 monographic series and 2 CD-rom title with low use and high cost per use. New issues for these journals will not be held by the Health Sciences Library after 2013.
These subscription changes saved the Health Sciences Library $44,000, at the same time saving the School of Medicine about $6,000 in surcharges for access in Phoenix.
Questions and comments can be addressed to Bryan Stack, Collection Services Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-280-5137, or Jim Bothmer, Health Sciences Library Director, email@example.com or 402-280-5120.