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  • Trials
    Trial of Reaxys & Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry Posted Monday, April 6, 2015, 10:30 am
    The Library of the Health Sciences has arranged a 30 day trial of Reaxys & Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry.
    The combination of Reaxys and Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry allows you to:
    • Access over 16,000 periodicals
    • Find structures, properties, synthsis possibilities, reactions and bioactivity data
    • Get inorganic, organic and organometallic chemistry and bioactivity data through one interface
    • Control your search by choosing from various intuitive search options


    Trial start date: April 3, 2015
    Trial end date: May 3, 2015

    The library would appreciate feedback.  Do so by emailing Kelly Thormodson or calling (701) 777-4129.
  • Trials
    Trial of the AccessMedicine Neurology Collection Posted Tuesday, March 17, 2015, 2:42 pm
    The Library of the Health Sciences has arranged a 30 day trial of the AccessMedicine Neurology Collection.  The collection provides access to procedural videos, self-assessment, and leading neurology textbooks.

    If while trying to access the site, you receive an error message regarding exceeded licenses, this means our allotted seats are all in use.  Please try again later.

    If you are trying to access the site during the trial period via a mobile device, you will need to register for a MyAccess account via the website.

    The library would appreciate feedback.  Do so by emailing Kelly Thormodson or calling (701) 777-4129.
  • Web Site
    Mobile Website Update Posted Friday, October 31, 2014, 1:30 pm
    The library is updating its mobile website to provide an improved interface.  The updated site will go live on Thursday, November 6th, but you're welcome to take a sneak peek.  Check it out!
  • E-Resources
    Epocrates & Alternatives Posted Thursday, September 25, 2014, 2:47 pm
    Epocrates no longer offers a free version of its drug information app for medical students, so you may want to try out these resources that provide drug information on computers and mobile devices:
    • AccessMedicine
      Click on Drugs in gray top bar to start browsing or search for drug name and choose Drugs limit on left side of screen.
    • AccessMedicine mobile
      Create a My AccessMedicine account after logging into UND's AccessMedicine. Then log on to mobile version using your My AccessMedicine username and password.
    • ClinicalKey
      Drug Monographs are created by Gold Standard.
      Software just updated today and claims to be mobile-friendly
    • DynaMed.
      Prescribing reference information from AHFS Drug Information and evidence-based drug information updated on a daily basis.
    • DynaMed via Omnio Apple IOSAndroid
      Omnio requires iOS 7+.
      Contact UND medical librarians or email dynamedsupport@ebscohost.com using your UND e-mail address (mention specific device) to request serial number.
      Access expires one year after registration; request new serial number and enter into app.
      Downloads full DynaMed database to your device - no wireless access needed.
      Check upper right corner of main screen to see if updates are available (content does NOT update automatically).
    • DynaMed via Skyscape Medical Library Apple IOSAndroid
      Skyscape Medical Library requires iOS 5+.
      Contact UND medical librarians or email dynamedsupport@ebscohost.com using your UND e-mail address (mention pecific device) to request serial number.
      Access expires one year after registration; request new serial number and enter into app.
      Downloads full DynaMed database to your device - no wireless access needed.
      See "Settings" icon on main screen to check for updates (content does NOT update automatically).
    • Epocrates Rx Apple IOSAndroid
      Free version of Eprocrates app that includes drug information but not disease information and diagnostic/lab tests (see Features comparison)
    • Micromedex Drug Reference Essentials Apple IOSAndroid
      Stand-alone drug information app does not require Internet access.
      Personal subscription $2.99 per year
    • Micromedex Drug Reference for Internet Subscribers Apple IOSAndroid
      Free if hospital or clinic where you work or are a student has a subscription
      Login to Micromedex 2.0 at hospital or clinic, click on "mobileMicromedex" link near the top of screen, follow detailed downloading instructions.
      Contact the hospital's/clinic's librarian or a Clinical Campus Librarian for more info.
    • NLM Drug Information Portal and Portal mobile verson
      Search drug information from the U.S. National Library of Medicine and other key U.S. Government agencies.
  • E-Resources
    The New ClinicalKey Experience is Live! Posted Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 4:39 pm
    ClinicalKey

    ClinicalKey has made some changes including:

    * A cleaner, mobile-friendly design for discovering clinical content on the go
    * 1,400+ new Topic Pages that offer quick access to point-of-care content, including risk factors, treatments and more
    * A new browse feature with a searchable, filterable list of sources that highlights new books and journals
    * A new search history feature enabling you to view and refresh recent queries
    * And much more.

    Check it out!
  • Trials
    Trial of The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection Posted Thursday, July 24, 2014, 9:53 am
    Collection

    The Library of the Health Sciences has arranged a trial of The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection through the end of 2014.  The collection provides immediate access to over 1,500 online seminar style talks containing the latest research, developments as well as the fundamentals presented by the world's leading experts including a number of Nobel Laureates.

    The library would appreciate any feedback you might have on this new resource to help us in deciding whether to purchase the product for next year.

    You can provide feedback to the library by sending an email to Kelly Thormodson.
  • E-Resources
    AccessPhysiotherapy: a new online resource Posted Monday, June 23, 2014, 5:35 pm
    AccessPhysiotherapy from McGraw-Hill Medical is devoted exclusively to the study, instruction, and practice of physical therapy.

    It includes:

    * The full text of 20 leading physical therapy textbooks
    * More than 500 videos
    * More than 2,200 interactive self-assessment questions
    * An interactive cadaver dissection tool

    and more.
  • E-Resources
    ClinicalKey Posted Sunday, June 1, 2014, 1:07 am
    Elsevier, the makers of MD Consult, have created a next-generation online search tool for smart, fast clinical answers-ClinicalKey. The Harley E. French Library is bringing you this new resource on June 1. A ClinicalKey subscription includes access to more than 600 full-text journals, over 1,000 online books, practice guidelines, patient education resources, drug information, videos, images, and CME. You can search all the resources at once with the general search tool or browse into specific titles or resources as needed.
    All the resources from MD Consult are incorporated into ClinicalKey, and at the end of June, our MD Consult subscription will end and ClinicalKey will be the remaining product.
  • E-Resources
    ClinicalAccess Trial Posted Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 11:44 am
    The Library is providing a trial to ClinicalAcess through April 30th 2014.  Clinical access is being developed by McGraw-Hill Medical, the same company responsible for AccessMedicine.  ClinicalAccess is a point-of-care tool offering targeted answers to more than 120,000 questions.

    ClinicalAccess is currently in the beta stage and the vendor is in the process of correcting some known linking problems, but the library would appreciate any feedback you might have on this new resource.

    You can provide feedback to the library by sending an email to Kelly Thormodson.


  • E-Resources
    Reaxys trial Posted Tuesday, January 7, 2014, 4:25 pm
    The Library is providing a 30-day trial to Reaxys beginning January 6, 2014 and ending February 5, 2014.
       
    Reaxys is a web-based search and retrieval system for chemical compounds, bibliographic data and chemical reactions.  It is a competitor to SciFinder Scholar.

    Information about Reaxys can be found at www.reaxys.com.  There is also a Reaxys training demo available.      

    Please take a look at this resource and provide feedback to the library by sending an email to Kelly Thormodson.

    Feedback information-
    Question:  Do you think the Library should subscribe to Reaxys and cancel the subscription to SciFinder Web?  Please explain why or why not.
    Question:  Please describe how well Reaxys did or would help you in your day to day research?
    Question:  Please describe your overall impressions regarding the Reaxys workflow?
    Question:  If UND were to subscribe to Reaxys, in what ways would you see yourself incorporating its use into your workflow?
    Question:  What difficulties did you encounter in using Reaxys?  Please describe or list them.  



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