Category Archives: Journals

PubMed Links: Find It @ Himmelfarb

Beginning on June 10, PubMed’s full-text links to Himmelfarb Library’s collection have changed: Find It @ Himmelfarb links have been upgraded to default to PDF article delivery, if available. Find It @ Himmelfarb links connect users to full-text articles and to Documents2Go … Continue reading

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PubMed Linking: Changes

Changes are coming soon to the PubMed full-text links to Himmelfarb’s collection.  Beginning on June 10: Find It @ Himmelfarb links have been upgraded to default to PDF article delivery, if available.   Find It @ Himmelfarb links will connect users to full-text … Continue reading

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MEDedPORTAL is now available via PubMed!

MEDedPORTAL is now available via PubMed!  MedEdPORTAL is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that promotes educational scholarship and dissemination of teaching and assessment.  MEDedPORTAL publishes teaching and learning modules which have been implemented and evaluated with medical and dental trainees or practitioners. Whereas previously, users … Continue reading

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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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The 12 cranial nerves (of Christmas)?

How do you learn? Do you know the twelve cranial nerves (of Christmas)? A recent article in Anatomical Sciences Education explores how mnemonics and rhymes can be an important learning strategy.  Read the article to learn more about how mnemonics … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Clinician-Educator

What is a clinician-educator? How has medicine shaped the evolution of the clinician-educator? Emeritus faculty Larrie Greenberg describes this change in medical education from his unique perspective as an active participant in this history. In a recent article in Academic … Continue reading

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Is precision public health a good idea – or even possible?

An article recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine explores the inherent tension between public health and precision medicine as public health has worked to improve the health of populations and precision medicine seeks to improve the health … Continue reading

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