Librarians at Norris Library have created subject guides to help users find databases, ebooks and websites relevant to their field of study or clinical practice. Choose from the CLINICIANS, STUDENTS, RESEARCHERS OR SUBJECT links to jump to the guides from Read the rest of this entry »
Are you a VisualDx fan? Learn how to use the database to identify variations on common dermatologic, infectious and drug-induced conditions and rare diseases you may never have seen before at a 20-minute seminar entitled “Snapshots, The Unusual Suspects” on Read the rest of this entry »
PubMed’s My NCBI account users have two new options for saving citations. Now you can download citations as a text file that can be imported into EndNote, Refworks or other citation manager software. To use this feature, begin by clicking on the “Send to” link, choose “Citation manager” as the destination and click “Create File”. Read the rest of this entry »
…And you thought libraries only had books and journals! Norris Library also has its own YouTube Channel. There are currently 6 titles created by Norris librarians and staff and more are being planned. Topics range from information about the library (5 Things You Need to Know), how to do research (Find Resources by Topic and NML PubMed Tutorial) and even a piece about the USC football team’s visit to the Health Sciences campus. Take a look and let us know what you think!
AccessPhysiotherapy, the newest title in McGraw-Hill’s digital learning platform, was recently added to Norris Library’s eResources collection. The database provides searchable, full-text access to McGraw-Hill physical therapy and internal medicine titles, interactive imaging content, curricular management tracking tools and tests, more than 80 videos, neurology lectures and image banks. Read the rest of this entry »
What’s scarier than Friday the 13th? A day without pizza! What’s scarier than a day without pizza? Not having access to high-quality drug information when you need it! Read the rest of this entry »