The newest version of EndNote – EndNote X9 – is now available and has many new features to help you with your research! Dana Librarians are available to help you with downloading or upgrading to EndNote X9 as well as any other questions you may have.
Dana now has new e-book titles that include topics on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Arrhythmia, and Noninvasive Pre-natal Testing, among others. Check them out!
Library materials may be ‘Recalled’ in CatQuest, the UVM Libraries catalog. Questions? Ask at the Dana Medical Library Main Desk for more information, or for help with your Recall.
International Open Access Week is October 22 – 28, 2018! As a scholar, why should you support and participate in open access publishing models?
Dana now has new e-book titles on Cancer Staging, Public Health, and Writing for Publishing in Nursing, as well as an e-book update. Check them out!
Now up in Dana’s Main Hallway, Health Disparities, by Angie Chapple-Sokol, explores the health and well-being of black Americans, and the equities and disparities they experience, by looking at the social determinants of health in society and pointing to the socioeconomic disparities that surface.
Here are some tips for keeping yourself secure when navigating online, both on and off campus. Hint: make sure to take advantage of UVM and the UVM Medical Center’s resources!
To be held on October 9th at Noon, the featured the book will be Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo and Me by Ellen Forney. Join us in a book discussion!
Dana Medical Library participated in the LCOM Class of 2022 Orientation, staffing a table at the Resource and Student Interest Group (SIG) Fair. We asked for your help deciding the next title for our Graphic Medicine Book Club… and the results are in!
Snow day anyone? ☃️ #uvmlibraries #uvm #snowday