Recent MLN Posts
- Guided Meditation sessions begin again on 1/18 January 17, 2018
- PHS @ the Library closed on 1/15 January 11, 2018
- New E-Books for the New Year January 10, 2018
- Four eServices Computers Removed Based on Data Collection January 8, 2018
- Introducing the Theater! January 3, 2018
- Browzine: The Best Way to Keep Up With Your Professional Literature December 20, 2017
- PHS @ the Library holiday closings December 12, 2017
- CMHSL unveils new Dashboard & Analytics Page! December 1, 2017
- More Medical Journal Podcasts November 22, 2017
- An Interview with David Martin November 20, 2017
- Peer Review – Authors and Reviewers – our “North Star”Robert Harington suggests that publishers need to do more for researchers to help authors, and to help reviewers understand their role as a reviewer and be recognized for their work. We need to tackle implicit bias in peer review. We need to focus on our “North Star” The post Peer Review – Authors and Reviewers – our “North Star” appeared first on The Schola
- Why Was Springer Nature’s IPO Withdrawn?In Springer Nature's "botched" IPO, did the market see it as one of the publishers at risk of being left behind by real innovation in scholarly communication and research workflow? The post Why Was Springer Nature’s IPO Withdrawn? appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Guest Post: From Supermarkets to Marketplaces — The Evolution of the Open Access EcosystemSven Fund from Knowledge Unlatched talks about new approaches needed to drive open access progress. The post Guest Post: From Supermarkets to Marketplaces — The Evolution of the Open Access Ecosystem appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Peer Review – Authors and Reviewers – our “North Star”
Author Archives: Dan Wilson
When some people speak, everyone listens. When they need commitment to projects, others jump on board. These are the lucky few with “presence”—that subtle magnetic field that signals authority and authenticity. Wouldn’t it be great if doors opened as effortlessly … Continue reading
The MILL In January, we will be unveiling the MILL on the first floor of the Health Sciences Library. The MILL is an acronym for Multipurpose Innovative Learning Lab. It will feature our Presentation Studio (green screen, professional lighting/camera), a … Continue reading
Vital Signs explores the most important issues – healthier people, better quality care, affordable care, and engaged individuals and communities – and specifies a streamlined set of 15 core measures. These measures, if standardized and applied at national, state, local, … Continue reading
The Library is pleased to announce its newly-designated lactation space. This is a private, lockable room in the Cabell Room and is available during regular library hours. Those wishing to use the room should show their Health System ID at the Service … Continue reading
To meet the needs of our patrons with a busy schedule, we have installed two quick access iPad kiosks in the lobby. The iPads can be used to check email, Facebook, or to look up a website.
We added more booths to the lobby, as this area has become a popular space for patrons to study and collaborate. Two mobile whiteboards are also available.
Briar, the Faery Librarian, was the featured guest for the 1st birthday celebration of the Patient & Family Library (PFL). Lydia Witman, PFL manager, was pleased with the response to Briar, saying, “I was pleasantly surprised by how much the … Continue reading
Click on the image above to see current issues of core medical journals. For additional journals, navigate through the subjects listed in the left column or search by title.