Category Archives: Databases

PubMed Full-Text link outage Feb 8-9

The Full-Text @ Himmelfarb links in PubMed will not function correctly from 8 PM on Friday, February 8 through about 8 PM on Saturday, February 9 due to system maintenance.  During this outage, please use the Find It @ Himmelfarb … Continue reading

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DynaMed Plus – 2018 ‘Best of’ Research

DynaMed Plus‘ editorial team systematically reviews newly published health sciences literature in order to ensure that the best available evidence is integrated into DynaMed Plus articles.  Last year, the DynaMed team reviewed more than 20,000 articles and added used information … Continue reading

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ECRI Guidelines Trust

ECRI Guidelines Trust is now available online and provided by the ECRI Institute which was the contractor for the National Guideline Clearinghouse. ECRI Guidelines Trust is freely available and requires users to sign up for free ECRI account in order to … Continue reading

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Board or course study? Himmelfarb has question banks!

Himmelfarb Library provides access to multiple question banks to support your study for USMLE exams or to help you master material in your regular coursework.  These question banks generally require that you create a free personal account within Himmelfarb Library’s account.  … Continue reading

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Learning EBM? Teaching EBM?

Himmelfarb Library has a resource for  you: JAMAevidence!  JAMAevidence provides access to information and tools to identify the best available evidence and to support users in the systematic evaluation of the validity, importance, and applicability of health sciences research. JAMAevidence provides … Continue reading

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Europe PMC: Expand your borders!

You may be familiar with the U.S. National Library’s of Medicine’s PubMed search interface and PubMed Central, a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature – but have you heard of Europe PMC? Europe PMC is a repository of life sciences articles, … Continue reading

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How do DC neighborhoods vary by life expectancy?

PolicyMap now provides access to new life expectancy data from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.  This data provides standardized life expectancy data at census tract level, and allows identification of neighborhood-level differences in life expectancy as shown in this … Continue reading

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