Our building is CLOSED, our services are OPEN

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Lane Medical Library’s building is CLOSED. All library books will be automatically renewed until September 30, and any overdue fines accrued during the closure period will be waived. We will continue to offer virtual workshops, consultations, Live Chat, AskUs, and, of course, 24/7 access to our knowledge resources on the Lane Website.

From 8 am – 6 pm on weekdays and 12 pm – 6 pm on weekends, we are available online for you:

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This page will be updated to reflect the latest information. We apologize for the inconvenience during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you in advance for your understanding of our efforts to keep the safety of our community first in our decisions.

Announcing the Antiracism Book Club

by on July 1, 2020 10:36 am
The Lane Medical Library is pleased to announce the Antiracism Book Club to the Stanford community. Hosted by Suzette Shipp, Life Science Technologist in the Lorry Lokey Stem Cell Research Building, this new, media-based discussion group aims to examine the structural racialized bias in medicine, medical research, and health care delivery. We are kicking off the club at noon… Read more Announcing the Antiracism Book Club

Use STAT+ to Receive Current News in Biotech and Pharma

by on July 1, 2020 1:50 am
Lane now provides you access to the STAT+. Use your Stanford affiliated email to create an account for full access to STAT+ content.  After creating your STAT+ account, you will have access to: Daily reporting and analysis of the biotech, pharma, and health tech industriesSubscriber-only newsletters to brief you on scientific and policy developments from… Read more Use STAT+ to Receive Current News in Biotech and Pharma

Resources on Antiracism and Health

by on June 16, 2020 10:37 am
Lane Medical Library stands in solidarity and support with all who protest injustice, inequity, and oppression. In an effort to create awareness for health disparities and minority health issues, our Multicultural Health subject guide provides a curated collection of information resources. You can also visit the Black Lives Matter Resources website developed by the Office of Faculty… Read more Resources on Antiracism and Health

In Solidarity & Support

by on June 4, 2020 10:31 am
Lane Medical Library stands in solidarity and support with all who protest injustice, inequity, and oppression. We share our Black community’s outrage over the killing of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and all victims of police brutality, systemic racism, and white supremacy. We believe strongly in equitable and anti-racist uses of information and data.… Read more In Solidarity & Support

Open Science Tool to Publish Protocols

by on June 1, 2020 8:00 am
Protocols.io is an open science tool that allows you to easily create, run, and publish protocols for your research. The platform is useful for many different research disciplines and types of research. Stanford users have access to premium accounts and can create unlimited private protocols. Why use Protocols.io? Sharing and publishing protocols can help other researchers… Read more Open Science Tool to Publish Protocols

New PubMed Becomes Default Now

by on May 18, 2020 2:27 pm
The new PubMed website will become the default now, with an updated look, enhanced navigational features, and mobile-responsive design. It also has new search filters and sorting options. Lane Library is hosting a pop-up class on May 20th, which will introduce you to the new website features and share tips to search effectively. Sign up to learn more!… Read more New PubMed Becomes Default Now

Mental Health Month: Stress & Coping during COVID-19

by on May 12, 2020 9:33 am
May is Mental Health Month. Lane Medical Library is here to support your wellbeing and stress management during these challenging times. Here are some books that might help: Physician well-being: cases and solutions Medical student well-being: an essential guideCombating physician burnout: a guide for psychiatrists.ExecutiveHealth.com’s leading under pressure: strategies to avoid burnout, increase energy, and improve… Read more Mental Health Month: Stress & Coping during COVID-19

Nurses Make a Difference. We Are Here to Help.

by on May 5, 2020 4:06 pm
May is National Nurses Month, and now more than ever, we want to celebrate nurses’ vital work. Connie Wong, our Nursing Liaison Librarian, is available to help nurses across Stanford Medicine. Connie Wong, MLIS, MPVM, DVMhongnei@stanford.edu(650) 497-8197 Through our Liaison Program, your partner, Connie, can: Provide in-depth, one-on-one or small-group consulting on information management tools… Read more Nurses Make a Difference. We Are Here to Help.

We Thank Our Incredible Nurses! Resources to Support You

by on May 4, 2020 9:26 am
During Nurses Month, we are highlighting three resources with information specifically for nurses: ClinicalKey for Nursing, BoardVitals, and CINAHL Complete. ClinicalKey for Nursing Need clinical information to inform patient care? Use this ClinicalKey for Nursing to find current, evidence-based information on conditions, procedures, drugs, and more. Search across all of ClinicalKey for Nursing‘s content types… Read more We Thank Our Incredible Nurses! Resources to Support You

Happy National Library Week! We are working hard to help you find the library at your place.

by on April 21, 2020 12:26 pm
Greetings from the Lane Library Staff in our work-from-home spaces! This year, the original theme of National Library Week was adapted from “Find your place at the library” to “Find the library at your place” with the changes brought on by the global pandemic. This message is true for Lane – our physical building is closed, but our staff are… Read more Happy National Library Week! We are working hard to help you find the library at your place.