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PubMed is Getting a New Look

by on September 23, 2019 10:33 am
In early 2020 the default PubMed search page will be updated to a new design. The new design will be mobile-responsive so you can easily search using a phone or tablet. Here are a few of the changes: 1. Search results will be sorted by best match by default, NOT by most recent! You have likely seen best match results in… Read more PubMed is Getting a New Look

Audio-Digest is Now Available Anywhere!

by on August 20, 2019 2:12 pm
New Audio-Digest content can be accessed on your mobile devices through Lane’s online platinum subscription. Individual accounts to personalize your playlist with topics of interestApp available for your mobile device. Listen to Audio-Digest anytime and anywhere – On bikes, cars, trains, and treadmills!16 specialty topics available, including internal medicine, family medicine, oncology, psychiatry, otolaryngology and… Read more Audio-Digest is Now Available Anywhere!

Improve Your Scholarly Presence - Join Our Research Impact Challenge

by on July 30, 2019 8:45 am
From August 12 to August 16th, the Lane Medical Library will be leading a Research Impact Challenge. We will be helping researchers better manage their scholarly presence and increase the impact of their work. Each day, we will send an e-mail with instructions for completing a short activity. Each activity should take no more than… Read more Improve Your Scholarly Presence - Join Our Research Impact Challenge

Lane+ Search Now Includes Biomedical Resources from Stanford University Libraries

by on June 25, 2019 1:40 pm
Based on our study of needs across Stanford Medicine, we have added over 2 million journals, books, databases, videos, datasets and other resources licensed by SUL to the Lane+ core – 30 million PubMed articles and the Lane collection of biomedical resources. Try search Major Depressive Disorder. What’s new: SUL resources added to Lane+ cover Psychology,… Read more Lane+ Search Now Includes Biomedical Resources from Stanford University Libraries

June is PTSD Awareness Month

by on June 12, 2019 10:19 am
We at Lane encourage you to learn more about PTSD in June from below useful resources: PTSD Coach app and PTSD Coach Online – learn about PTSD symptoms and practice skills to manage symptoms. PTSD Treatment Decision Aid – help you decide best treatment. Understanding PTSD and PTSD Treatment bookletNational Center for PTSD’s whiteboard videos.… Read more June is PTSD Awareness Month

New Policy for Sponsored SUNet and Library e-Resources Access

by on June 4, 2019 12:49 pm
ACTION NEEDED:  Before 8/15/2019, all SUNet ID sponsors must go to sponsorship.stanford.edu to add library sponsorship to the SUNet accounts they sponsored if the account holders require access to library e-resources.Note: If the SUNet accounts that you sponsored do not need access to library e-resources, then no action is required. Why are we making this change? This… Read more New Policy for Sponsored SUNet and Library e-Resources Access

A Stanford Psychiatrist's New Book on PTSD

by on May 28, 2019 3:28 pm
Lane appreciatively received The Unspeakable Mind: Stories of Trauma and Healing from the Frontlines of PTSD Science as a gift of the author,  Stanford psychiatrist Shaili Jain, MD. See the conversation about her new book posted on Stanford Report. “Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a challenging condition with a collection of possible symptomsnightmares, relentless harmful emotions (anger,… Read more A Stanford Psychiatrist's New Book on PTSD

Visit the new Leonardo da Vinci's exhibit

by on May 28, 2019 2:50 pm
The Medical History Center, located in Lane Library, is a contributing partner to the new exhibit “Leonardo’s Library: The World of a Renaissance Reader“, on view through October 13 in the Bing Wing of Green Library. Paula Findlen, the Chair of the Stanford Department of History, oversaw this project to celebrate 500 years since the death… Read more Visit the new Leonardo da Vinci's exhibit

Stanford Women in Technology Event on May 2: Creating a Positive, Gender- Diverse Work Environment

by on April 24, 2019 12:17 pm
Register now for the Stanford Women in Technology (Stanford WIT) general meeting on Thursday, May 2 from 3 – 4:30 p.m. at Tresidder Oak Lounge and Stanford Redwood City Cardinal Hall room 104. The meeting will feature Lauren Schoenthaler, senior associate vice provost for Institutional Equity and Access. As a member of the provost’s leadership… Read more Stanford Women in Technology Event on May 2: Creating a Positive, Gender- Diverse Work Environment

Create your own virtual library of high-impact NUTRITION journals with BrowZine!

by on March 11, 2019 12:48 pm
To celebrate the National Nutrition Month, Lane developed the tips to build your own nutrition collections with BrowZine. Follow the instructions on the Lane Library Blog to register with BrowZine Once registered, click on My Bookshelf, then create and name a Bookshelf for the nutrition journals you want to follow, e.g., My Top Nutrition Journals.… Read more Create your own virtual library of high-impact NUTRITION journals with BrowZine!