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- The academic portfolio : a practical guide to documenting teaching, research, and service Peter Seldin, J. Elizabeth Miller. LB 2333 S4643a 2009
- Barr’s the human nervous system: an anatomical viewpoint John A. Kiernan, MB, ChB, PhD, DSc, and Nagalingam Rajakumar, MB, BS, PhD. WL 101 B268h 2014
- Biochemistry. Denise R. Ferrier. QU 18.2 C451b 2014
- Biochemistry and genetics: pre test self-assessment and review Golder N. Wilson ; cytogenetic contribution by Vijay Tonk. QU 18.2 P942 2013
- Blueprints neurology Frank W. Drislane … [et al.]. WL 140 B658 2014
- Casarett and Doull’s toxicology: the basic science of poisons editor, Curtis D. Klaassen. QV 600 C335 2013
- A clinical guide to nutrition care in kidney disease edited by Laura Byham-Gray ; Jean Stover and Karen Wiesen ; Renal Dietitians Dietetic Practice Group of the American Dietetic Association and the Council on Renal Nutrition of the National Kidney Foundation. WJ 300 C6402 2013
- Clinical guide to sonography Charlotte Henningsen, Kathryn Kuntz, Diane J. Youngs. WN 208 H517c 2013
- Clinical microbiology made ridiculously simple Mark Gladwin, M.D., WilliamTrattler, M.D., C. Scott Mahan, M.D. QW 4 G543c 2014
- Comprehensive board review in neurology [edited by] Mark K. Borsody. WL 18.2 C73784 2013
- Conquering irritable bowel syndrome Nicholas J.Talley. WI 520 T148c 2013
- Cracking the USMLE, Step 1 Dustin Y. Yoon and Jubina Bhaijee, MD. W 18.2 Y59 2013
- Eating hints: before, during and after cancer treatment : support for people with cancer National Cancer Institute. QZ 266 E141 2011
- Examkrackers MCAT. Inorganic chemisty by Jonathan Orsay. QD 18.2 O76i 2013
- Examkrackers MCAT. Organic chemistry by Jonathan Orsay. QD 18.2 O76or 2013
- ExamKrackers MCAT. Physics [by Jonathan Orsay] QC 18.2 O76p 2013
- Examkrackers MCAT. Verbal reasoning & mathematical techniques [by Jonathan Orsay]. W 18.2 Or763v 2013
- Exercise physiology for health, fitness, and performance Sharon A. Plowman, Denise L. Smith. WE 103 P732e 2014
- Free clinics: local responses to health care needs edited by Virginia M. Brennan. W 250 F8531 2013
- High-yield biostatistics, epidemiology, & public health, Anthony N. Glaser, MD, PhD. WA 950 G548h 2014
- A history of American nursing: trends and eras Deborah Judd, Kathleen Sitzman. WY 11 AA1 J92h 2014
- The human ear canal Bopanna B. Ballachanda ; contributions from Richard T. Miyamoto, R. Christopher Miyamoto, Brian Taylor. WV 222 B188h 2013
- ICD-9-CM: international classification of diseases, 9th revision ; clinical modificaiton, sixth edition, color coded, 2014 Practice Management Information Corporation (PMIC) WB 15 I15cm 2014
- MCI and Alzheimer’s dementia : clinical essentials for assessment and treatment of cognitive-communication disorders Kathryn Bayles, Cheryl Tomoeda. WT 150 B3582m 2013
- Medicine’s Michelangelo: the life & art of Frank H. Netter, MD by his daughter Francine Mary Netter ; with a foreward by William L. Roper, MD, MPH. WZ 100 N474m 2013
- The mentee’s guide : making mentoring work for you Lois J. Zachary ; with Lory A. Fischler. HF 5385 Z16m 2009
- The mentor’s guide: facilitating effective learning relationships Lois J. Zachary ; foreword by Laurent A. Parks Daloz. HF 5385 Z16m 2012
- National Geographic global atlas: [a comprehensive picture of the world today with more than 300 new maps, infographics, and illustrations]. G 1021 N277 2014
- Nationally distinguished Nebraskans: a bio-bibliography of more than 900 individuals from 1854 to 2012 by E.A. Kral. F 665 K893n 2012
- Neuroanatomy Douglas J. Gould. WL 18.2 F566n 2014
- Neurological examination made easy Geraint Fuller. WL 39 F9654n 2013
- Neuroscience: pretest self-assessment and review Allan Siegel. WL 18.2 S5714n 2013
- Pharmacology clear & simple: a guide to drug classification and dosage calculations Cynthia J. Watkins. QV 18.2 W3351p 2013
- Plumb’s Veterinary drug handbook, Donald C. Plumb. SF 917 P734v 2011
- Quick facts lung cancer: what you need to know–now from the Experts at the American Cancer Society. WF 658 Q61 2013
- Research design: qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches John W. Creswell. H 62 C923r 2014
- The Sanford guide to antimicrobial therapy, 2013 editors: David N. Gilbert … [et al.]. QV 250 S224 2013
- Transformative conversations: a guide to mentoring communities among colleagues in higher education Peter Felten, H-Dirksen L. Bauman, Aaron Kheriaty, Ed Taylor ; Preface by Parker J. Palmer ; Foreword and Afterword by Angeles Arrien and Rachel Naomi Remen. HF 5385 F325t 2013
- Transforming the culture of dying: the work of the Project on Death in America David Clark. WB 310 C5921t 2013
- USMLE step 2 CS core cases Phillip Brottman. WB 18.2 B8749u 2013
Pick up some new library tricks: from our bag to yours! Library classes for January and February of 2014 have just been announced. To register, go to http://unmc.libguides.com/classes or contact Teresa Hartman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advanced PubMed Class
February 18, Tuesday, Noon-1:30pm
You use PubMed every day – come to this class and learn new tips and tools to improve your PubMed searches and methods to keep up with your research topics. This one-hour, hands-on class will cover constructing effective searches, getting to full-text, and setting up alerts to keep up with your research interests. The class is open to UNMC and The Nebraska Medical Center faculty, staff, students, and affiliates.
RefWorks-Citations and Bibliographies Made Easier
January 14, Tuesday, 10:30am-Noon
February 21, Friday, 10:30am-Noon
Create a searchable database from your MEDLINE, CINAHL, and PsycINFO search results. Use that database to insert citations and create bibliographies in your papers in just minutes. Reformat your paper for submission to a new journal in seconds. Learn how to do this and more. The class is open to all UNMC faculty, staff, students, and alumni
January 23, Thursday, Noon-1:30pm
February 19, Wednesday, Noon-1:30pm
Are you interested in learning more about the basics of citing using the American Psychological Association (APA) style? Come to this class. This one-hour, hands-on class will cover rules about the APA style format, in-text citing, and the Reference List. You will also learn where to look in the Manual for your answers!
Setting up Research Alerts
February 12, Wednesday, Noon-1pm
Conducting research and want to keep up on the latest? Alerts can help you track what is being published, who is citing you and what your colleagues are working on. During this 1 hour session we will discuss how to create search alerts in Google News and Google Scholar, EBSCOHost, and MyNCBI through PubMed.
January 21, Tuesday, Noon-1pm
Learn how to use this interdisciplinary tool to locate and manage your research information. Class covers tips on searching and customizing your personal Scholar interface.
The library’s subscription to the New England Journal of Medicine has been expanded to include all of the clinical enterprise. Joining UNMC in this access are The Nebraska Medical Center and Bellevue Medical Center. This access includes current publication, as well as backfiles dating back to 1812. The New England Journal of Medicine is one of the premier journals in biomedical science and clinical practice.
Hospital employees can access the journal by navigating to the library portal for The Nebraska Medical Center at http://unmc.libguides.com/nebraskamed. Click on the TNMC Online Journals tab in the Quick Search box and search for New England Journal of Medicine.
Results will appear in the Online Journal Finder. Click on the link labeled Publisher to access the journal.
The library’s operating hours will be modified for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Wednesday November 27, 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, November 28, CLOSED
Friday, November 29, CLOSED
Regular hours resume Saturday, November 30 at , 10:00 a.m.