New e-book by Stanford author Dr. Andrew Connolly

by on October 14, 2015 5:25 pm
New e-book on the Science Direct platform: MAR MARKER Autopsy Pathology : a Manual and Atlas. 3rd edition Andrew Connolly, Walter E. Finkbeiner, Philip C. Ursell and Richard L. Davisre. … a resource for those learning the art and science of postmortem examinations, with a particular emphasis on hospital-based autopsies. — Preface MARKER New in… Read more New e-book by Stanford author Dr. Andrew Connolly

Open Access Week!

by on October 8, 2015 11:09 am
International Open Access Week is coming soon, October 19 – 25th. The theme this year is “Open for Collaboration.” Here are some of the OA events and webinars happening before, during and after Open Access Week: Webinar: October 16: Open Science Framework: Increasing Reproducibility Across the Entire Research Lifecycle Conference: October 16: Open Access: Reclaiming… Read more Open Access Week!

You asked for these: New books you requested

by on September 25, 2015 8:55 pm
Here we have some new print and electronic books we purchased as a result of receiving your “Suggest for Purchase” messages from our home page.    MAR MARKER New e-book: Stratified Medicine: A New Challenge for Academia, Industry, Regulators and Patients Thomas Bieber MARKER … [A] more adjusted and safe therapeutic approach based on a… Read more You asked for these: New books you requested

Web databases for Tox

by on September 19, 2015 12:40 pm
Government agencies and academic partnerships have produced high quality information in easily searchable databases : MARKER MAR MARKER Herbal Safety : The true identify of herbs of importance. University of Texas El Paso, Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program, & Paso del Norte Health Foundation.Highly recommended for community health education. To explain the need for factual information… Read more Web databases for Tox

Taking My Medicine -- new book by SOM graduate Melanie Watkins

by on September 17, 2015 5:35 pm
  MAR MARKER Taking My Medicine: My Journey from Teenage Mother to Physician A memoir by Melanie Watkins (M.D. Stanford Medical School, 2003) describing her experience as a single mother, first generation college student and medical doctor. Dr. Watkins kindly donated a copy of this book to the library. She presently practices psychiatry Walnut Creek.… Read more Taking My Medicine -- new book by SOM graduate Melanie Watkins

AccessEmergencyMedicine new e-book collection

by on September 16, 2015 2:42 pm
McGraw-Hill’s AccessEmergencyMedicine contains over 2 dozen e-books, and other resources, including Emergency Radiology Case Studies Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Emergency Department Management Goldfrank’s Toxicologic Emergencies Decision Rules The Custom Curriculum tool. Please let us know what you think of this resource: send feedback or questions to laneaskus@stanford.edu. Please keep in mind that certain portions of this… Read more AccessEmergencyMedicine new e-book collection

New e-books about Cardio

by on September 8, 2015 10:46 am
We have purchased new e-books on Cardiology from  Springer ebooks : MAR MARKER Interventional cardiology imaging an essential guide MARKER Amr E. Abbas, editor an overview of the current available invasive coronary imaging modalities a concise review of their current technologies, indications, appropriate use, and pitfalls. — Preface MAR AR  MARKER Aortic stenosis– case-based diagnosis… Read more New e-books about Cardio

Scanners Replace Photocopiers in the Lane Medical Library

by on September 2, 2015 1:54 pm
Lane Medical Library leaves the 20th century behind as we have replaced the old photocopy machine and the old scanning stations with 3 new scanning stations. You can find one these new scanners in the Consulting area and two will replace the old ones in the Redwood Room. You can scan PDFs to a flash… Read more Scanners Replace Photocopiers in the Lane Medical Library

Pay-to-cite, COI, or not?

by on August 31, 2015 5:24 pm
A company called Cyagen, which sells lab mice to researchers, started to offer a financial incentive for citations in peer-review research papers. The offer multiplied $100 by the impact factor of the journal. Last week, some bloggers and others publicized this. Then the internet exploded. But as explained by John Bohannon in the ScienceInsider Blog,… Read more Pay-to-cite, COI, or not?

New books from Clinical Key

by on August 20, 2015 4:55 pm
We have purchased new e-books on Elsevier’s Clinical Key Collection :   MAR MARKER Current Therapy of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Juan A. Asensio Noted experts who are practicing academic trauma surgeons author the chapters and address controversies in an objective manner. Evidence-based guidelines are presented and discussed as are best practice recommendations based… Read more New books from Clinical Key