Our latest video highlights Welch Library resources from several perspectives. Dr. Jonathan Pevsner, Professor and Research Scientist at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, (below) outlines how Welch "partners" with his research by providing current and historical information for his studies.
Johns Hopkins Libraries now offers "Films On Demand," Some examples of the available topics include short films on business, economics, consumer behavior, social, ethical &legal issues along with films that highlight creativity and innovation.
We thought we'd share a few photos of Hopkins most recent "Day at the Market" event. There was participation from a variety of Hopkins organizations.
The Welch Library is proud to be one of the Bloomberg School of Public Health partners for twice monthly "Day at the Market" days. Twice a month we'll be having an information table at the Northeast Market. Our table will be manned by Stella Seal, the Welch Library Hospital, Health and Community Services Director, along with communication staff members Vivian McCall and Alonzo LaMont.
From the National Library of Medicine Technical Bulletin:
Newly Maintained MEDLINE for 2017 MeSH Now Available in PubMed. NLM Tech Bull. 2016 Nov-Dec;(413): b10
As the holiday season rolls around, we know many patrons like to cozy up with some comfy reading material.
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.”
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.