Category Archives: Resources
VisualDx is a diagnostic clinical decision support system designed to enhance diagnostic accuracy, aid therapeutic decisions, and improve patient safety. Clinicians can quickly build a custom differential diagnosis across general medicine or use the … Continue reading
A new demographics dashboard was recently launched by hrsa.gov. The interactive tool combines population, income, age, and other Census data with HRSA grant funding, shortage areas, loan repayment, and scholarship awards. Take a look at the new Demographics Dashboard today!
The HS/HSL is pleased to announce the inclusion of works by UMB CURE Scholars in the UMB Digital Archive. Continue reading
The HS/HSL’s subscription to RefWorks will end on June 30, 2019. For questions or assistance with the transition, please contact your school’s librarian or email email@example.com. Continue reading
BrowZine is a convenient service that organizes articles found in Open Access and HS/HSL subscription databases. It can also deliver them to your mobile device in a consistent format. What is BrowZine used … Continue reading
Database access through the HS/HSL’s homepage has been restored.
Database access through the HS/HSL website is currently down. Library IT have been notified and are working to resolve the issue. You can still search databases, including MedLine and CINAHL, through the OneSearch box on the … Continue reading
A new resource from Thieme Publishers, MedOne Neurosurgery, is now available in the HS/HSL’s A-Z list of databases. It contains: 186 e-books, 418 procedures, 225 cases, 85,600 images, 1,102 videos and the Greenberg Rapid Review (8th ed.) … Continue reading
Beginning January 2018, the HS/HSL will no longer license Web of Science, an abstract and citation database that includes Journal Citation Reports (JCR). A comparable database, Scopus, provides similar information to Web of Science. Continue reading