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Clinical research manual : practical tools and templates for managing clinical research R. Jennifer Cavalieri, Mark E. Rupp. W 20.5 C376c 2013
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Emerging trends in cell and gene therapy Michael K. Danquah … editors. QH 573 E534 2013
Fundamental concepts and skills for nursing Susan C. deWit, Patricia O’Neill. WY 100 D521f 2014
Fundamental immunology editor, William E. Paul. QW 540 F9804 2013
Gerontological nursing. Charlotte Eliopoulos. WY 152 E42g 2014
Growth and development across the lifespan : a health promotion focus Gloria Leifer, Eve Fleck. WS 103 L527g 2013
Happy-people-pills for all Mark Walker QV 21 W1772h 2013
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Due to high subscription costs and The Nebraska Medical Center’s decision to move to Lexicomp, the library is cancelling its subscription to MICROMEDEX effective January 1 2014. Lexicomp’s desktop version will replace MICROMEDEX and is already available on the library home page under QuickLinks-Drug Resources. The library will offer both resources concurrently for the rest of the year to make the transition smooth and seamless.
The library will offer Lexicomp training to anyone interested this fall. Information on training will be forthcoming!
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