Updates From BioMed Central

As the holiday season rolls around, we know many patrons like to cozy up with some comfy reading material.


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Our Latest Welch E-Trial: BMJ Best Practice

The Welch Library has an e-trial to BMJ Best Practice that ends on 12/31/16. “BMJ Best Practice is a decision support tool that combines the latest research evidence, guidelines and expert opinion in a step-by-step approach covering prevention, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.”


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New Updates To The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection


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Our Upcoming Welch December Podcast

Our next Welch Library podcast will be Dec. 7th and our guest will be Liz Neeley. Liz is Executive Director of “The Story Collider,” Later that day, she’ll actually be a guest speaker at Hopkins for a “Telling Stories About Science” lecture. 


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Welch Library At Work In Uganda

Welch Library Director Anne Seymour and Library Informationist Jaime Blanck are currently overseas teaching courses in Uganda. Here's a sample of one that we captured below from Facebook:


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Mark Your Calendar: Scholarly Publishing Symposium

The Date to save is November 9th at Mountcastle Auditorium


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No more turn-aways for Essentials of Environmental Health!

Based on patron comments, the Welch Library has purchased unlimited access to Essentials of Environmental Health, 2nd edition, 2012 on the OVID platform.


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CURRENT Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 2017 is Now Live on AccessMedicine

CMDT 2017 emphasizes the practical features of clinical diagnosis and patient management in all fields of internal medicine and in specialties of interest to primary care practitioners and to subspecialists who provide general care.

 

This title includes:


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New Updates From The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection


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Our New "Welch Moments" Video --- People Are Talking, And We Love What They're Saying!

Our brand new "Welch Moments" video presents Johns Hopkins Faculty, Students and Staff sharing their personal (and POSITIVE) experiences with the Welch Medical Library.


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