Sonam Soni

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MKSAP 19: Prep for ABIM Certification & MOC Exams

by on June 1, 2022 9:00 am
The Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program (MKSAP) from the American College of Physicians (ACP) provides continuous learning and exam preparation for internal medicine physicians and residents. MKSAP 19 is ACP’s most recent MKSAP product. Lane Library’s collection includes both the print books and the online audio companion for MKSAP 19.  MKSAP 19 resources can help identify… Read more MKSAP 19: Prep for ABIM Certification & MOC Exams
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Read and Publish Case Reports through BMJ Case Reports

by on May 2, 2022 9:00 am
Lane Library’s new subscription to BMJ Case Reports provides access to peer-reviewed case reports to allow healthcare professionals, researchers, and students access to clinically important information in a timely manner. Through this subscription, members of the Stanford community are eligible for fellowship and may submit case reports for publication at no additional charge*.   About BMJ… Read more Read and Publish Case Reports through BMJ Case Reports

LibKey Nomad

by on April 1, 2022 9:00 am
Use the LibKey Nomad browser extension to connect to full text in Lane Library’s licensed collections.  While we’d like your research workflow to start at Lane Library’s website, we recognize that may not always be the case. LibKey Nomad allows access to full text of Lane Library’s licensed collections while on PubMed, Scopus, Web of… Read more LibKey Nomad
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Thank You to Stanford Authors for Your Recent Book Donations

by on January 30, 2022 11:43 am
Lane Medical Library appreciates donations from our Stanford authors. If you’ve recently published a book that is within the scope of our collection and would like to donate a copy, please contact lanelibgifts@lists.stanford.edu.  We are grateful to our Stanford authors who have generously donated a copy of their recent publication to be included in Lane… Read more Thank You to Stanford Authors for Your Recent Book Donations
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New AHA Data Sets Available–Including Data in Response to COVID-19

by on January 3, 2022 9:00 am
The American Hospital Association (AHA) released a new data set in December 2021 which includes results from their 2020 annual survey of hospitals and health systems. Lane Library’s subscription to American Hospital Association data sets provides access to data sets covering the demographic, operational, financial, and IT characteristics of U.S. hospitals and includes topics such… Read more New AHA Data Sets Available–Including Data in Response to COVID-19
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Sanford Guide with Stewardship Assist

by on November 1, 2021 9:00 am
SHC antibiotic guidelines now available through Sanford Guide Lane Library recently upgraded its Sanford Guide Web Edition subscription to include Stewardship Assist, an antimicrobial stewardship app. SHC antibiotic guidelines are now integrated with information on antimicrobial therapy, HIV/AIDS therapy, and hepatitis therapy into a single searchable website and mobile device app. With interactive calculators, algorithms,… Read more Sanford Guide with Stewardship Assist
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Thank You to Stanford Authors for Your Recent Book Donations

by on October 13, 2021 3:34 pm
Lane Medical Library appreciates donations from our Stanford authors. If you’ve recently published a book that is within the scope of our collection and would like to donate a copy, please contact lanelibgifts@lists.stanford.edu.  We are grateful to our Stanford authors who have generously donated a copy of their recent publication to be included in Lane… Read more Thank You to Stanford Authors for Your Recent Book Donations

5MinuteConsult

by on August 2, 2021 9:00 am
A new clinical decision support tool (with a mobile app and CME) is now available through Lane Library. 5MinuteConsult provides quick information on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of over 2,000 diseases and conditions. Watch procedure and PT videos, view thousands of images, and explore numerous diagnostic and treatment algorithms to support your clinical decision… Read more 5MinuteConsult
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Explore Our Curated Guide of Resources on LGBTQ+ Health

by on June 1, 2021 9:00 am
(LGBTQ) Pride Month is celebrated in the month of June to honor the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan, which was a milestone event for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States. In honor of Pride Month, festivities and other activities occur globally to provide opportunities to reflect, celebrate, and increase awareness.  Lane Library recognizes… Read more Explore Our Curated Guide of Resources on LGBTQ+ Health
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Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with our Online Exhibit on Iga Mori

by on May 10, 2021 2:18 pm
Dr. Iga Mori was a first-generation Japanese immigrant and one of the first students of color at Cooper Medical College which later became Stanford University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Mori (1864-1951) received his MD degree in 1891 and worked as a physician and surgeon in Hawai’i and Japan before traveling to the University of Glasgow… Read more Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with our Online Exhibit on Iga Mori