Liraglutide May Improve Glycemic Control in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes on High-Dose Insulin Therapy
We’re happy to report that 1,754 new titles have been added to our Horizon/Catalyst catalog.
Ahhhh, the joys of summer. Time away from work. Beach? Mountains? Backyard. Vacation? Staycation? Whatever’s in the works, you just KNOW you’ve got to have a good book around. What’s summer without diving into a sure-fire page turner?! Many patrons on the east Baltimore campus request books from the Eisenhower Library as they have a huge selection of “normal” reading material. “Normal,” in this case refers to anything non-medical in nature.
Did you know you may have chosen an e-book that was added to the Welch collection without even knowing it? “Demand-Driven-Acquisitions” is one of the newer approaches Welch uses to develop the online book collection.
See for yourself! Our latest INSIDEWELCH provides staff highlights that can make you stand up and pay attention. We also have social media updates and stories that could put a smile on anybody's rainy Monday.
TAVR Appears as Effective as Surgical AVR for Combined Risk of Death or Disabling Stroke in Patients with Intermediate Risk Severe Aortic Stenosis
- Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is recommended for patients with aortic stenosis who meet the indication for AVR, but are not candidates for surgical AVR due to high risk of complications.
For the 2016 MLA Conference our informationist are traveling to Toronto, Canada.
This year’s conference will be sort of special, because it will be held conjointly with the Canadian Health Libraries Association and the International Clinical Librarians Conference. The prevailing theme for the conference is “Mosaic: Be Part of the Big Picture!”
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Our latest Video looks at the Welch Medical Library from different perspectives. Welch Library Director Anne Seymour, Johns Hopkins Program Coordinator Tracey K. Adams and Vivian McCall from the Welch Services Center reveal the imprint that the Library makes on their lives.