Beginning October 1, 2013, articles or book chapters in the library’s print collection will now be free to faculty and staff and no longer count towards the 50 free requests for students. These changes are being made in order to make the library’s print collection more accessible. Currently, the cost to have the library scan an article from the print collection is $3. For students, this service is included in their 50 free requests per year. Please continue to make these requests through the McGoogan Docs system.
These requests are processed Monday through Friday and will be delivered to you on the same or next business day. This free service is available to the faculty, staff, and students of UNMC, The Nebraska Medical Center, Bellevue Medical Center, and Children’s Hospital.
Staff at The Nebraska Medical Center, Bellevue Medical Center, and Children’s Hospital will also no longer be charged for articles in the library’s electronic journal collection. However, delivery of articles may still vary, due to licensing terms.
The computer cluster on the eighth floor of the library will close on September 30th. It will be converted into the temporary home of a developing UNMC Center for e-Learning. Here faculty and their collaborators (including interested students) will be provided with the tools necessary to begin creating new e-Learning materials.
The computer cluster on the 6th floor will remain. Five computers will be added to the cluster, making for 11 workstations. The additional computers will be added in the next few weeks. In addition to these 11 computers, the library also has 16 public computers that can be used by faculty, staff and students for a total of 27 computers on the 6th Floor. Note: These 16 computers are connected to a printer, but if you print, there is a charge.
All other campus computer clusters will continue to be available.
AIDS : science and society Hung Y. Fan, Ross F. Conner, and Luis P. Villarreal. WC 503 F1991a 2013
Clinical nursing skills & techniques Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia A. Potter, Wendy R. Ostendorf. WY 100 C6413 2014
Clinical research manual : practical tools and templates for managing clinical research R. Jennifer Cavalieri, Mark E. Rupp. W 20.5 C376c 2013
Do babies matter? : gender and family in the ivory tower Mary Ann Mason, Nicholas H. Wolfinger, Marc Goulden. LC 212 M3981d 2013
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
Harrison’s neurology in clinical medicine editor, Stephen L. Hauser ; associate editor, Scott Andrew Josephson. WL 140 H323 2013
Health professional and patient interaction Ruth Purtilo, Amy Haddad, Regina Doherty. W 21.5 P986h 2014
Introduction to critical care nursing [edited by] Mary Lou Sole, Deborah G. Klein, Marthe J. Moseley. WY 154 H335i 2013
Introduction to nursing research : incorporating evidence-based practice edited by Carol Boswell, Sharon Cannon. WY 20.5 I6196 2014
Kanerva’s occupational dermatology Thomas Rustemeyer … [et al.] (eds.). WR 600 K1636 2012
Marketing public health : strategies to promote social change Elissa A. Resnick, Michael Siegel. W 74 S571m 2013
Molecular genetics of bacteria Larry Snyder … [et al.]. QW 51 S675m 2013
Nursing interventions classification (NIC) editors, Gloria M. Bulechek … [et al.]. WY 15 N974 2013
The only EKG book you’ll ever need Malcolm S. Thaler. WG 140 T365o 2012
Orthopaedic basic science : foundations of clinical practice edited by Regis J. O’Keefe, Joshua J. Jacobs, Constance R. Chu, WE 168 Or76245 2013
The PTSD workbook Mary Beth Williams, PhD, LCSW, CTS, and Soili Poijula, PhD. WM 172.5 W7211p 2013
Public health leadership : putting principles into practice Louis Rowitz . WA 525 R882p 2013
Wong’s essentials of pediatric nursing [edited by] Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson. WY 159 W552e 2013
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!
In order to access the personal benefits of our University-wide subscription to UpToDate, including CME and mobile access, individual registration is required. If you have already registered with UpToDateyou will need to verify your account annually. You may get an email when your account is nearing a year old, stating something like this:
Verifying your affiliation is fast and easy: Simply log in to http://www.uptodate.com/login from the Nebraska Medical Center network with your UpToDate user name and password.
The library will be closed on Monday September 2 in honor of Labor Day.
Due to high demand, the library has added two new video resources to the collection just in time for the start of the school year.
This video atlas was originally intended to be used by individual medical and dental students. Because of its realism, simple language, and three-dimensional quality, the Video Atlas has become popular with students and teachers in many other fields and also with people not on a professional learning path who are looking for information about human anatomy.
Part of the JoVE video journal suite, JoVE Neuroscience includes techniques from a wide variety of fields, focusing on those intended to lend insight into the structure, function, physiology and pathophysiology of the central and peripheral nervous systems.