Trial of electronic resource, until May 15, 2017

April 13th, 2017 by Steven Dunlap

NANOS Illustrated Curriculum for Neuro-Ophthalmology from Stat!Ref

We have a trial of NANOS Illustrated Curriculum for Neuro-Ophthalmology open until May 15, 2017. We are interested in feedback about this resource.
The more individuals who give us detailed evaluations the better we can determine whether to acquire this resource.


Trial of eBook – until May 7, 2017

April 11th, 2017 by Steven Dunlap

Image of a book cover on trial, and message saying we need your help with a question mark

We have a trial of Osborn’s Brain : imaging, pathology, and anatomy open until May 7, 2017. We are interested in feedback about this resource.
The more detailed information you can share with us the better.
• How do you use this?
• How often?
• What unique attributes does it have?


VisualDX trial July-August

July 6th, 2016 by Steven Dunlap

VisualDX logo

From July 1 to August 31, 2016 use trial access to VisualDX to build or expand your differential diagnosis. VisualDx, originally focused on dermatology, has expanded this year to include infectious diseases and general medical diagnoses. Please Give us your feedback, both good and bad in the coming days and weeks. How can it be improved?

Please consult Using images from VisualDX  before using any images.

VisualDX images integrated into UpToDate are highlighted with an orange VDx icon VDx icon smal 1l in UpToDate search results or in the References section of the UpToDate topic. Try searching ‘varicella’ to see the integration.

Use VisualDX to

  • Enter patient symptoms and findings to build a differential diagnosis.
  • Search a diagnosis to access disease images and clinical information.
  • Search by medication to view medication-induced eruptions.
  • Search by country to focus retrieval for travel-related illnesses.

Improve your skills via VisualDx tutorials: https://login.laneproxy.stanford.edu/login?url=http://www.visualdx.com/video-tutorials/

VisualDX runs on browsers, Apple mobile devices or Androids. The database has trouble with IE7 but all other browsers including IE8 should work. To obtain the mobile app:

  1. Open a browser, go to https://login.laneproxy.stanford.edu/login?url=http://www.visualdx.com/visualdx
  2. Click on the button near the bottom center “Get the Mobile App.”
  3. Click on the link on the right “Create a personal VisualDX account.”
  4. Fill in the online form to create your account.
  5. Search for VisualDX in the App Store or Google Play on your mobile device.
  6. Download the App.
  7. Enter the user name and password you created for your account.

Do you want Lane Library to subscribe to VisualDX? Please tell us why or why not.


Trial of AccessEmergencyMedicine until Aug. 14

July 17th, 2015 by Steven Dunlap

McGraw-Hill’s AccessEmergencyMedicine contains over 2 dozen e-books, and other resources, including

Send feedback to:  lane-trials@lists.stanford.edu. Trial ends August 14, 2015.


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