ClinicalKey Concierge Tour, March 5-6, 2015 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Carmen Bou-Crick   
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 15:32

The new ClinicalKey experience is here!  ClinicalKey finds relevant answers and related information as quickly as it is needed--anywhere.  Its mobile accessibility provides access to trusted, evidence-based content from over 1,000 reference books, 600 leading journals, more than 17,000 medical and surgical videos.  It also contains clinical trials, patient education handouts, the Elsevier Clinics journals, images, drug monographs, practice guidelines, and fully-indexed MEDLINE citations.

 

The ClinicalKey Concierge Tour and Mobile Access Registration Drive will be at the following locations:

Calder Library -Thursday, March 5 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Jackson Memorial Hospital (by the cafeteria) - Friday, March 6 from 8:00-10:00 a.m.

UMH Medical Library (East Building, Room 2019) - Friday, March 6 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Attend free training sessions and register for a free account for Mobile Access.   Complimentary Starbucks gift cards will be given out to registrants (while supplies last). UM/JMH ID is required to register.

 

In the meantime, those who want to get started using this resource can pick up a Quick Reference Card and flyers from the Circulation desk at the library.  The new electronic books and journals will be available from the Library’s online catalog and from the e-Books and e-Journals A-Z lists on the Library’s website, as well as from the ClinicalKey database.

New ClinicalKey features include:

Topic Pages on more than 1,400 disease conditions will provide a comprehensive overview covering risk factors, clinical manifestations, treatments and more, for quick point-of-care decisions.

Mobile Optimization means that ClinicalKey adapts to users’ phone, tablet, or other mobile devices so they can continue to discover fast answers and deep evidence—anytime, anywhere.

Patient Education Customization provides users the ability to add special instructions and care provider contact information.

Presentation Maker eases the process of sharing, manipulating, and storing content for later use in multiple presentations.

 

For additional information, please contact the Calder Library at 305-243-6648 or reference@med.miami.edu.
 
Natural Standard is now Natural Medicines PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Carmen Bou-Crick   
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 15:30

Natural Medicines has been named “The best and most authoritative web site available on herbal medicines” by The World Health Organization (WHO).  It is also the most authoritative resource on dietary supplements, natural medicines, and complementary, alternative, and integrative therapies.  This new and improved resource offers new clinical features to help improve the care and management of patients.  The new features include:

More topics and more clinically-relevant, bottom line-focused information.

Rigorous evidence-based ratings for over 1,200 Food, Herb, and Supplement monographs.

Over 90,000+ entries for commercial dietary supplement products including product data and ratings using the evidence-based NMBER® system.

An interaction checker featuring the ability to check interactions between prescription drugs and commercial dietary supplements and natural ingredients.

Natural MedWatch feature that provides adverse event reporting at the point of care and allows you to quickly submit adverse event reports related to dietary supplements, print reports for patient charts, and data share with colleagues.

COMING SOON!

CE Center with clinical management-focused programs on common disease states and programs on natural ingredient monographs

Patient education handouts in English, Spanish, and French

Consumer education monographs for professional-level topics

 

Access from the Library’s homepage (http://calder.med.miami.edu) under Databases or log in at https://naturalmedicines.therapeuticresearch.com/ to enjoy these great new features.

 

For additional information, stop by Calder Medical Library or contact the reference librarians by phone or email: 305-243-6648 or reference@med.miami.edu.

 
JoVE at Calder Medical Library! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Carmen Bou-Crick   
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 14:23

Calder Medical Library now provides access to the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE), a PubMed-indexed video journal that aims to increase the productivity of scientific research and education. JoVE has produced nearly 4,000 videos demonstrating experiments from laboratories at top research institutions delivered online to millions of scientists, educators, and students worldwide.

Current Subscriptions:

JoVE Clinical and Translational Medicine (http://www.jove.com/ctm) serves as a connection between basic research and clinical applications. Articles may present medical procedures, case studies or clinical trial methodologies. Included studies are often modeled towards predictive, preventative, personalized, and practical approaches to treatment of disease. The goal of research methodologies in this section is to improve overall patient care and prognosis.

JoVE Immunology and Infection (http://www.jove.com/i2) includes content from a variety of fields working toward a shared initiative of improving global health. Techniques evaluating the biological response to pathogens from the molecular to organismal level are presented as well as therapeutic agents and their efficacy in treating disease.

JoVE Neuroscience (http://www.jove.com/neuro) is a multidisciplinary section devoted to investigations of the structure, function, physiology, and pathophysiology of the brain and nervous system. Included methodologies range from molecular and cellular level studies to full central and peripheral neural systems. Potential treatment platforms and surgical techniques for neurological diseases and disorders are also presented in this section.

How to JoVE it:

In the Lab: Quickly on board new students and lab techs by training them with video protocols

In the Classroom: Use videos to supplement your lectures by giving your students and insider’s look at complex lab techniques

At a Conference: Incorporate video into your presentation, or play video on your tablet to bring the methods in your poster to life

Before Lab: Save precious lab time by assigning a video pre-lab so students are able to take complete advantage of limited bench time

At Lab Meetings: Enhance group discussions of complex techniques with videos that explain the intricacies of scientific methods

On the Go: Mobile app – coming soon!  Watch videos on your lunch break, sitting on the couch, commuting to work—anywhere!

 

Keep up with JoVE changes and activities at http://www.jove.com/blog/.

Please access JoVE from the Calder Medical Library website (http://calder.med.miami.edu) e-Journals A-Z list.

 
MD Consult is now ClinicalKey! PDF Print E-mail
New Resources Announcements
Written by Carmen Bou-Crick   
Thursday, 11 December 2014 00:00

The New Year will bring us the new ClinicalKey experience!  MD Consult’s redesign into ClinicalKey was built for easier navigation on any device.  ClinicalKey finds relevant answers and related information as quickly as it is needed.  It provides access to trusted, evidence-based content from over 1,000 reference books, 600 leading journals, more than 17,000 medical and surgical videos--as well as clinical trials, patient education handouts, the Elsevier Clinics journals, images, drug monographs, practice guidelines, and fully-indexed MEDLINE citations.

Calder Library will offer training sessions on this product after the New Year.  In the meantime, those who want to get started using this resource can pick up a Quick Reference Card and flyers from the Circulation desk at the library.  At some point after the New Year, the books and journals will be available from the Library online catalog and from the e-Books and e-Journals A-Z lists on the Library’s website, as well as from the ClinicalKey database.

New ClinicalKey features include:

Topic Pages on more than 1,400 disease conditions will provide a comprehensive overview covering risk factors, clinical manifestations, treatments and more, for quick point-of-care decisions.

Mobile Optimization means that ClinicalKey adapts to users’ phone, tablet, or other mobile devices so they can continue to discover fast answers and deep evidence—anytime, anywhere.

Patient Education Customization provides users the ability to add special instructions and care provider contact information.

Presentation Maker eases the process of sharing, manipulating, and storing content for later use in multiple presentations.

 

For additional information, please contact the Calder Library at 305-243-6648 or reference@med.miami.edu.

 
2014 National Medical Librarians Month at Calder PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barbara Wood   
Wednesday, 15 October 2014 13:10

 

The Medical Library Association (MLA) has declared October as National Medical Librarians Month. As part of this celebration, the Calder Library is proud to highlight its faculty librarians and staff.

Librarians will assist you with your quest for information and more, using the library’s wealth of online and material holdings.

A librarian can help you with:

•Healthcare reform

•Systematic review searches

•Publishing

•Evidence-based medicine

•Information for patients

•E-resource training

•Searching the literature

•Locating guidelines

•Author information

•Bibliometrics

•Open Access

Not only does the library provide you with the critical resources you need--free training, a great place to study, 102.5 open hours weekly, a relaxation room—but Starbucks is now right next door! Most importantly, we provide you with a staff of highly trained librarians, ready and willing to assist you in taking your academic achievement and research to the next level.

 

 
Journal Content Delivered to Your Mobile Device with BrowZine! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Carmen Bou-Crick   
Thursday, 24 July 2014 16:26

BrowZine for iPad, Android Tablets, and iPhones is here! The University of Miami Libraries now subscribe to BrowZine—the application for libraries that lets students, faculty, and staff browse, read, and monitor scholarly journals right on their mobile device.

With BrowZine, you can:

 

  • Browse and read journals by subject, easily review tables of contents, and download full articles
  • Create your own bookshelf and receive notifications when new articles are published
  • Save articles for off-line reading or export to services such as DropBox, Mendeley, RefWorks, Zotero, Papers, and more.

 

BrowZine allows convenient mobile access to most University subscribed journals.

If you have BrowZine installed on your iPhone and iPad, you may “sync” your My Bookshelf contents to both.  If you add a journal to My Bookshelf or clear a new article notification from your iPad, changes will automatically appear on your iPhone.

Getting started is easy! From your device, find BrowZine in the Apple App, Google Play, or Amazon App store and download it for free. When initially launching BrowZine, select University of Miami from the drop down list. Enter your Cane ID credentials. Go to “Subjects” and select or search subject area or go to “Titles A-Z” to locate a specific journal.

 

Download the BrowZine App and start exploring BrowZine today!


To learn more, please take a look at this short two minute video: http://vimeo.com/75971786?autoplay=1

 
UPrint Comes To Calder Library PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Kelsa Bartley   
Friday, 23 May 2014 10:07

What is UPrint?

UPrint is the wireless and networked printing solution for UM students, faculty and staff at the Coral Gables and Medical campuses. It is a user-friendly application based on the “Green U” initiative and should encourage responsible printing and copying.

 

What services does UPrint provide?

UPrint provides several services:

-      Wireless printing on campus (after you download the UPrint drivers)

-      Black & White and Color Copying

-      UPrint Mobile access from your UMail (Outlook) account on any smart device

-      Scanning with Global Scan (this service is free - you can scan any document and send it to yourself via email.)

These services are available using the computers at any of the libraries or computer labs at the Coral Gables and Medical campuses. You can also access them using your personal laptops if you download the proper UPrint drivers, which are available for Windows and Mac platforms.

How do I print with UPrint?

UM students and faculty can print using their UM ID cards, which are preloaded with UPrint credit at the beginning of school year in the fall semester. UM employees, JMH staff and guests must obtain a UPrint card from the Calder Library Circulation Desk.  Printing funds are added to your UPrint account via credit card.

 

For more details on how to print from computers in the Library, visit the Circulation Desk for instructions and handouts. You can also visit the UPrint page on the University of Miami website for more information.  The Canon Support Desk is also available for service issues at CSA_UM_HD@csa.canon.com or at 855-477-4783.

 

 
UpToDate Mobile & Remote Access Now Available! PDF Print E-mail
New Resources Announcements
Written by JoAnn Van Schaik   
Monday, 19 May 2014 13:26

ALL University of Miami students, faculty and staff, and Jackson employees, can now register for remote and mobile access to UpToDate!

 

Just open the mobile registration instructions to register and download UpToDate on up to two mobile devices.  You can access UpToDate from Calder Library’s homepage or at www.UpToDate.com

 

 

Calder Library will hold sessions about the required monthly authentication process and how to earn continuing education credits (CME/CE/CPD) while using UpToDate.  Session dates and times will be announced on the Library’s Homepage, Medical Communications’ eUpdate, and e-Veritas.

 

If you have any questions about UpToDate, please call the Calder Reference Department at 305-243-6648 or send an email to Reference@med.miami.edu for assistance.


 
Professional Librarian Consultations and Group Training Sessions PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Carmen Bou-Crick   
Monday, 05 May 2014 00:00

The University of Miami Medical Library is the place to find authoritative, current, and relevant information for patient care, research, and education.  Schedule a personal one-on-one Professional Librarian Consultation at the medical library.  Sessions will provide an opportunity to ask a professional librarian for information addressing specific needs.  The library has a plethora of resources that are waiting to be discovered:

Electronic books and journals

Medical, nursing, psychology, and other subject databases

Clinical decision-making databases for patient care

Literature research and systematic reviews

Guidelines for evidence-based practice

Identifying journals with high impact factors

Finding the impact of an author’s publications (H-Index)

Finding mentors and collaborators

Searching for grant resources and funding

Verification of citations for publishing

Organizing references and creating bibliographies

and much more…

 

Professional Librarian Consultations @ Calder Library can be scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Professional Librarian Consultations @ University of Miami Hospital (UMH) Medical Library can be scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

Group Training Sessions are available at any medical campus location.  Contact us and we will take our training to you!  Let us design a class based on your needs.  Larger groups sessions can be scheduled at Calder Library’s electronic classroom, where up to 32 participants can have hands-on experience during class.  Our classes are listed at the Calder Library website.

Calder Library is located at 1601 NW 10th Avenue. The UMH Medical Library is a branch of the Louis Calder Memorial Library, located in Room 2019 on the second floor of the hospital’s East Building.

Contact us at:  reference@med.miami.edu or 305-243-6648.

 

 

 
New! Calder Special Seminar: EndNote PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Carmen Bou-Crick   
Thursday, 20 March 2014 14:25

Come join us for a special EndNote seminar that will take place on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, from 3-4:30 p.m. at Calder Library.  EndNote stores references from databases, library catalogs, or can be created manually.  The program automatically formats the saved references in any standard citation format.  Using EndNote, you can cite as you type your paper and create a bibliography by pulling from the stored references.  EndNote is also capable of saving full-text articles, organizing image files, searching online, and much more.  This class will be taught by guest lecturer Ms. Anna Stoute, Head of Education & Outreach, Richter Library.

Reserve your seat by registering on the Calder Library Seminar Registration page.

Note:  UM students, faculty, and staff can download EndNote from the University of Miami Information Technology (UM IT) website at http://www.miami.edu/it/index.php/services/endnote/.

 
ACCELERATING MEDICINES PARTNERSHIP (AMP) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Carmen Bou-Crick   
Tuesday, 18 February 2014 00:00

Dr. Frances Collins, NIH Director, recently announced the launching of the Accelerating Medicines Partnership (AMP) which will “strive to identify better targets so we can develop better drugs at a faster pace.” Participants include the NIH, Foundation for the NIH, 10 biopharmaceutical firms (AbbVie, Biogen Idec, Bristol-Myers Squibb, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson, Lilly, Merck, Pfizer, Sanofi, Takeda) and several non-profit organizations and patient-advocacy groups (Alzheimer’s Association, American Diabetes Association, Lupus Foundation of America, Foundation for the NIH, Geoffrey Beene Foundation, PhRMA, Rheumatology Research Foundation, USAgainstAlzheimer’s).

The AMP will begin by investing $230 million in pilot projects in three disease areas:

Alzheimer’s disease
Type 2 Diabetes
Autoimmune Disorders (Lupus and Rheumatoid arthritis)

The cost will be shared 50% by NIH and private industry. The 3-5 year pilot projects will set the stage for broadening AMP to other diseases and conditions. This joint collaboration will take advantage of “recent advances in genomics, proteomics, imaging, and other technologies which have led to the discovery of more than a thousand risk factors for common diseases—biological changes that ought to hold promise as targets for drugs,” stated Dr. Collins in a press conference on February 4th, at Washington, DC.

To read more about AMP, please visit the website at: http://www.nih.gov/science/amp/index.htm

 

 
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