March 14th, 2017 by Steven Dunlap
Repeal & Replace Watch from the Kaiser Health News site tracks “the new administration’s plans to revamp the health care system. With analysis, explanation, investigation and data, Repeal & Replace Watch follows the new politics of health care.” For a non-partisan, fact-based primer on the most recent legislative effort see the post: Say What? Fact-Checking The Chatter Around The GOP Health Bill.
February 16th, 2017 by Steven Dunlap
Guidance for managing ethical issues in infectious disease outbreaks by the World Health Organization. Previous guidance from the WHO focused on the specific pathogen. This document started with the work of ad-hoc ethics working groups that met in Geneva, Switzerland to provide guidance on the use of untested interventions during the 2014-2015 Ebola outbreak in West Africa then expanded to address the cross-cutting ethical issues that apply to infectious disease outbreaks generally.
February 9th, 2017 by Steven Dunlap
New print book, gift of the author: Drug dealer, MD: how doctors were duped, patients got hooked, and why it’s so hard to stop. Dr. Anna Lembke, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, has had more than 20 years of experience working with patients who are misusing or addicted to prescription drugs. Her new book describes the history of the prescription drug epidemic and what we can do about it.
January 26th, 2017 by Steven Dunlap
Due to a copyright dispute McGraw-Hill has removed the title Skandalakis’ Surgical Anatomy from AccessSurgery. McGraw-Hill recommends Zollinger’s Atlas of Surgical Operations 10th edition, “…which details all the critical anatomy for the vast majority of general surgical operations.”
December 20th, 2016 by Steven Dunlap
We have initiated a one-year subscription to the popular USMLE First Aid ebook collection. We will monitor the usage of this collection and would like to know what you think of these. Please email us your story of how you use these ebooks or why you consider them better than other resources. Your feedback helps us select the best resources for you.
November 21st, 2016 by Olya Gary
Lane Medical Library wants to offer you an opportunity to be charitable and to forgive your fines and late fees at the same time. From now until December 31 you can pay off fines and fees while providing food for people in need in our community. Lane will reduce your fines in return for your contribution of food or cash to Second Harvest Food Bank:
For every non-perishable food item you bring to the library (e.g., peanut butter, canned tuna, cereal, powdered milk, etc.) Lane will reduce your fees by $2.00 per item. Or, for every dollar you donate to Second Harvest Food Bank, Lane will reduce your fees by $2.00!
Every dollar donated to Second Harvest enables them to provide the equivalent of two nutritious meals!
To donate dollars, please bring a check made out to Second Harvest Food Bank to the library or…
– Go to Second Harvest Food Bank
– Under “Food and Fund Drives”, search for “Lane Medical Library”
– Click “Donate Now” button
After making an online donation you can either bring your receipt to the library, scan and email it to email@example.com or fax it to 650-725-7471, attention Marcos Figueroa. We will send you back a receipt.
Happy Holidays to you and your family from the Lane Medical Library staff.
October 6th, 2016 by Steven Dunlap
Stanford has licensed access to VisualDx, a diagnostic decision support tool, augmenting sound clinical judgement. It employs visual pattern-recognition to assist in expanding the differential diagnosis.
VisualDx operates on a web browser, Apple mobile device or Android.
To obtain the mobile app:
- Make sure you use a laptop or desktop computer connected to the Stanford network to create your account.
- Open a browser, go to https://login.laneproxy.stanford.edu/login?url=http://www.visualdx.com/visualdx
- Click on the button near the bottom center “Get the Mobile App.”
- Click on the link on the right “Create a personal VisualDx account” and fill in the form.
- Search for VisualDx in the App Store or Google Play and download.
- Enter the user name and password you created for your account.
Problem creating a VisualDx account? Contact us.
March 14th, 2016 by Steven Dunlap
This month we initiated a subscription to Sanford Guides, web edition.
We would like to thank all you who sent us feedback during the trial for this resource.
We purchased these e-books by request of members of the School of Medicine :
Harris & Harris’ Radiology of Emergency Medicine 5th ed. / Editors Thomas L. Pope Jr., John H. Harris Jr.
— Preface to the 5th ed.
Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Techniques, 4th ed.
Volume 1: Laboratory Perspectives
Volume 2: Clinical Perspectives
David K. Gardner, Ariel Weissman MD, Colin M Howles, Zeev Shoham
The text has been extensively revised, with the addition of several important new contributions on laboratory aspects including developing techniques such as PICSI, IMSI, and time-lapse imaging. The second volume focuses on clinical applications and includes new chapters on lifestyle factors, tailored ovarian stimulation, frozen-thawed embryo transfer, viral disease, and religious perspectives. — Publisher.
The Welfare of Animals Used In Research : Practice And Ethics
Robert C. Hubrecht.The book covers the range of important issues-why and how animals are used, public opinion and concerns, the arguments for and against the use of animals (including the practical, the philosophical and the emotional), how we judge the harm to animals versus the likely benefits of research or testing, how we control and regulate the use of animals and how we move forwards-in partnership.
— Forward by Dame Nancy Rothwell
To make a purchase suggestion:
Go to the Lane Library Home
Page, click on the red “Contact
us” button on the right side,
select “Suggest a Purchase”
March 1st, 2016 by Steven Dunlap
We have purchased new books to prepare for the USMLE : McGraw-Hill’s “First Aid” series.
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January 29th, 2016 by Steven Dunlap
Watch a master therapist working with a patient, see different modalities and diagnoses in real time, and learn about the background of various theories, thanks to Psychotherapy.net videos. Stanford Libraries has subscribed to these videos via Kanopy, a video-streaming service, and Lane staff cataloged these psychotherapy titles for easy access using Lane Search. You can also browse the entire list of videos by visiting the Psychiatry Portal or by searching for Kanopy in Lane Search.
To locate a video using Lane Search: type in your search term, click on the “Search” button, then limit to videos by clicking on the filter to the left of the results.
Here are a few examples:
- Aaron Beck cbt – Aaron Beck describing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Yalom group therapy – see live demonstrations of group therapy by one of the founders of this technique
- DSM guided collection
Viewing from home
The speed and reliability of your internet/wifi connection will affect the quality of the videos. For PC users Chrome version 47 and Firefox version 43 works well. For Mac users we have determined that using the latest version of FireFox running on a MacBook Pro with OS X Yosemite works best.
— Post by Marilyn Tinsley and Steven Dunlap, Lane Search graphic by Olya Gary.