Category Archives: Databases

Clinical info app: DynaMed Plus

Download the DynaMed Plus app to your phone to have up-to-the-minute access to clinical and drug information.    DynaMed Plus is available as an app as well as online, featuring both desktop and mobile-optimized interfaces.     To download the DynaMed Plus … Continue reading

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Update time: Lexicomp app

It’s time to renew (or install) your Lexicomp app! Lexicomp is a comprehensive clinical drug information app  including Lexi-Drugs, a drug interaction tool, and an extensive library of clinical calculators.  Lexicomp is available both via web access and as an app that you can install … Continue reading

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RefWorks In-Text Citations: Google Docs Add-In Fixed

Over the past month or so, RefWorks (new) has experienced issues with some of its options for creating in-text citations.  At present, the Google Docs Add-In has been fixed and is working correctly.  WriteNCite for Macs and WriteNCite for PCs are also both working and are … Continue reading

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Last chance for feedback: PolicyMap

Please provide your feedback on PolicyMap before the trial expires at the end of February!  We are particularly interested in if and how you might use PolicyMap to support teaching and research. Himmelfarb Library has a trial during February for PolicyMap.   PolicyMap offers easy-to-use online … Continue reading

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RefWorks – In-Text Issues

RefWorks (new) is experiencing issues with some of its options for creating in-text citations.  WriteNCite for Macs and WriteNCite for PCs are both working and are the preferred options.  Here’s the current status of in-text citation options for RefWorks (new): Google add-in: this is currently … Continue reading

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Trial access: PolicyMap with GIS Mapping

Himmelfarb Library has a trial during February for PolicyMap.   PolicyMap offers easy-to-use online mapping with data on demographics, real estate, health, jobs and more in communities across the US.    Here’s a sample of what you can do with PolicyMap: Make Maps – … Continue reading

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What is clinical pharmacogenomics?

Is this drug more effective for individuals with a specific genetic profile?   Are some people at increased risk of a serious drug reaction from a specific drug?   How is pharmacogenomic information being used clinically right now? Pharmacogenomics: Precision Medicine and … Continue reading

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