ScienceDirect journals are currently inaccessible.Â The company has been advised of this problem.Â If you require an article in one of these journals, please try back later in the day.Â If you need an article that is necessary for immediate patient care, please request the item through McGoogan Docs and include a note that it is for patient care.Â These requests will be free of charge.Â We apologize for this inconvenience.
What’s It About?Â Read all about it taken directly from their website. ”
JournalJunkie.com is a free podcast syndication service for medical practitioners with an insatiable interest in the latest medical news, providing abstract summaries from the highest impact medical journals as downloadable audio.
Subscription to JournalJunkie.com is free, and subscribers can
- listen to abstracts immediately
- download them to their iPod/MP3 player for later
- set up automatic downloads from their favourite journals to their computer or iPod/MP3 player
- receive a regular email reminder whenever new audio content from their chosen journals becomes available
JournalJunkie.com was created by two independent health professionals who understand the challenge of staying up to date while maintaining a busy professional life.
Founder Dr Craig Dalton is a public health physician. He said: ?Like most specialist physicians I found it hard to keep up with the medical literature. Knowing the latest news is crucial, and yet there are so many journals and limited time to read them.
With JournalJunkie.com?s automated system , medical practitioners can listen to the latest abstracts while driving, jogging or doing other activities.?
JournalJunkie currently provides one stop subscription to:
The New England Journal of Medicine
Annals of Internal Medicine
The Lancet Neurology
The Lancet Infectious Diseases
More medical journals will come online in the near future.
To listen online or set up your free subscription, visit http://JournalJunkie.com
ASM journal access has been restored.Â Please let us know if you have any problems by contacting the reference desk at 402.559.6221 or email@example.com.
Access to ASM journals is temporarily on hold while the publisher processes UNMC’s payment information.Â Affected journals include:
* Eukaryotic Cell
* Molecular and Cellular Biology
* Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews
* Applied and Environmental Microbiology
* Clinical Microbiology Reviews
* Clinical and Vaccine Immunology
* The Journal of Bacteriology
* Infection and Immunity
* Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
* The Journal of Virology
* Journal of Clinical Microbiology
You may run into difficulty using the GetIt@UNMC button in PubMed if you use the FireFox browser. Users have reported not being able to link to the full-text using this image. If you experience trouble, please use Internet Explorer to search PubMed. You can also contact the Reference Desk at 559-6221, or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
You may need to create a permanent link to a PubMed Central article – here is an example for you to use:
The example above will open up the full-text pdf of the article: Decreased hospital length of stay associated with presentation of cases at morning report with librarian support.
The number at the end of the url is the article’s PMCID, and would be the section of the url that changes for each article linked.
The McGoogan Library had to make a few more cuts and changes than usual this year to compensate for rising license costs and tight budgets. The list of journals and databases that have been added, moved to online only, or canceled can be found at http://www.unmc.edu/library/cuts2008.pdf.Â Â For aÂ version of the list in Word format, click here.Â Among the factors that affected the decisions were usage statistics, cost per use, and subject coverage. Please direct any questions or comments about the changes to Mary Helms at email@example.com, 402.559.7099/Toll-Free 1.866.800.5209.