Draw It to Know It Neuroanatomy

Draw It to Know It Neuroanatomy

The Health Sciences Library has added a resource for Neuroanatomy: Draw It to Know It Neuroanatomy is now live and ready to be used. The user draws each neuroanatomical pathway and structure, and in the process, creates memorable and reproducible schematics for the various learning points in neuroanatomy. NOTE: You must register for an individual account here.

Posted April 15, 2015

New edition of User's Guide to the Medical Literature

New edition of User's Guide to the Medical Literature

The third edition of Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: A Manual for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice is now available in JAMAEvidence.

From the preface,

...The emphasis is now on preappraised resources and particularly on the successor to medical texts: electronic publications that produce updated evidence summaries as the data appear and provide evidence-based recommendations for practice.

Awareness of the importance of preappraised evidence and evidence-based recommendations is reflected in other changes in the third edition. We have added a fundamental principle to the hierarchy of evidence and the necessity for value and preference judgments: that optimal clinical decision making requires systematic summaries of the best available evidence...

Posted April 9, 2015

 

March 2015 New ClinicalKey books

March 2015 New ClinicalKey books

Posted April 8, 2015

UpToDate access changes

UpToDate access changes

UpToDate has informed us we need to make changes to stay in compliance with our license agreement.

CHI physicians and Creighton University faculty should use this link or the link in the EHR to go directly to UpToDate from CHI or Creighton network addresses:

http://www.uptodate.com/online

For access from off-campus or away from the hospital or clinic, please register with UpToDate to create a login and password. Use the link near the top right of the page. The login will expire within 30 days if not used from the CHI or Creighton network to keep it activated. The login also unlocks the UpToDate app for iOS or Android.

Students may continue to use the link below:

UpToDate

Students may also register to create a login and password for the iOS or Android app. The login must be used every 30 days from a Creighton network address to remain activated.

February 1, 2015

New Clinical Pharmacology Mobile App

New Clinical Pharmacology Mobile App

Clinical Pharmacology has released a new drug information app. To get it:

  • go to the Clinical Pharmacology website
  • Click where it says CP Mobile App
  • Click no you don't have an existing user name
  • Fill out the registration form (creates an user name and password)
  • Download the free app from the app store (versions for iOS and Android)
  • Unlock the app with the user name and password you created

Try it out and give your feed back to the liaison for Pharmacy resources, Bryan Stack.

Posted November 18, 2014

 

Stat!Ref Mobile App

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 refdesk@creighton.edu, via the IM chat box on the resource pages, or call (402) 280-5138.

Posted October 1 , 2014

Henry Stewart Talks: The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection

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 dianaboone@creighton.edu.

Posted September 23, 2014

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