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National Nurses Month

by on May 6, 2022 8:00 am
National Nurses Week 2022 begins on Friday, May 6, and runs through Thursday, May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. During this week, we recognize the contributions of nurses and nursing to our community. For a brief history of National Nurses Week, see the American Nurses Association (ANA) website. The week-long celebration has expanded to the entire… Read more National Nurses Month
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New PDF Reader Available in Zotero 6

by on May 2, 2022 11:12 am
Zotero, the freely available software for managing references, just got better with the release of a new PDF reader and annotation tools. Now you can use Zotero to: Open and read PDFs in the main Zotero window The tabbed interface lets you toggle between the opened PDF and your Zotero library. You can open multiple… Read more New PDF Reader Available in Zotero 6
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Meet Your Lane Library Staff: Thea Allen

by on May 2, 2022 9:00 am
Every month, we are spotlighting an amazing member of our library staff. This month meet Thea Allen, Director of Resource Management. What do you do at the library? I am the Director of the Resource Management (RM) department and my primary job is to make sure that everyone in my department is supported, represented, and… Read more Meet Your Lane Library Staff: Thea Allen
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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

Meet Your Lane Library Staff: Judy Kmetko

by on April 11, 2022 9:00 am
Every month, we are spotlighting an amazing member of our library staff. This month meet Judy Kmetko, Administrator. What do you do at the library? I handle the finances and administrative duties at Lane. My work includes working on the annual budget, tracking expenses, placing orders, facilities, and property management. What is the most rewarding… Read more Meet Your Lane Library Staff: Judy Kmetko

Visit Lane Library’s Courtyard

by on March 31, 2022 3:05 pm
If you’re looking for outdoor spaces to study or meet with colleagues, try our courtyard. You can enter our courtyard from the main floor of the library through the Duck Room, or through the D-CORE on the ground floor of the library. The space is fully wifi enabled, making it an excellent outdoor study space.… Read more Visit Lane Library’s Courtyard
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Our Website is Getting a Refresh

by on March 30, 2022 3:18 pm
We are making some changes to the library homepage to improve the design and functionality of our website. The new homepage includes an updated design, enhanced mobile responsiveness, and new content. Here’s a Preview of the Changes: Overview of Key Changes: Improved Mobile Responsiveness We designed the homepage for three screen sizes (desktop, tablet, and… Read more Our Website is Getting a Refresh
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The Intersection of Racism and Disability in Medicine

by on March 18, 2022 1:38 pm
Register for the next session of the Stanford Medicine Alliance for Disability, Inclusion, and Equity (SMADIE) media-based discussion group on April 1. This is a media-based discussion group that addresses issues relevant to the Stanford Medicine Alliance for Disability Inclusion and Equity (SMADIE) and other Stanford Employee Resource Groups and affiliates. We use the written… Read more The Intersection of Racism and Disability in Medicine
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Meet Your Lane Library Staff: Colleen Cuddy

by on March 1, 2022 9:00 am
Every month, we are spotlighting an amazing member of our library staff. This month meet Colleen Cuddy, Director of Research & Academic Collaboration. What do you do at the library? I am the Director of Research and Academic Collaboration. I lead fourteen incredible staff members and oversee Lane’s user-facing services such as research support, instruction… Read more Meet Your Lane Library Staff: Colleen Cuddy
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Learn About Louise Bourgeois for Women’s History Month

by on March 1, 2022 9:00 am
Louise Bourgeois was the first woman to publish a book on obstetrics: Observations diverses sur la sterilité, perte de fruict, foecondité, accouchements, et maladies des femmes, & enfants nouveaux naiz. Louise Bourgeois Observations diverses sur la sterilité, perte de fruict, foecondité, accouchements, et maladies des femmes, & enfants nouveaux naiz Originally published in 1609, the Medical… Read more Learn About Louise Bourgeois for Women’s History Month