Stop by the library and see our new bulletin boards and furniture in the alcove. While your here, feel free to borrow one of the recreational reading books shelved in the alcove. There is no need to check out these titles. Simply return the book when you are finished so someone else will be able to read it. If you are clearing out your bookshelves and have a title or two you’d like to donate, bring them to the library office. To see a list of titles in the recreational reading collection visit our Recreational Reading List.
Sherrill Olsen, Health Sciences Library Manger, retired at the beginning of 2014. Joining the Huntington Hospital in 2005, Sherrill was instrumental in bringing research resources to clinicians during a period of transition from print to electronic. During her time at Huntington she facilitated online access to electronic journals and books, both at the hospital and from off-site, on the OvidSP and AccessMedicine platforms and to point-of-care information from UpToDate and Natural Standard among others. Sherrill was also active on the Evidence Based Practice/Nursing Research Council, Patient Education Steering Committee and Continuing Medical Education Committee. Under her direction, in 2011, the library received an Express Outreach Award from the National Network of Medical Libraries to promote teen health in our community. Sherrill’s leadership will be missed!
The mobileMicromedex tablet access password and drug interactions and IV compatibility app passwords have now been posted on the Library’s Sharepoint announcements blog. Access from a hospital-networked computer only.
The ABOG MOC Reading List for 1st Quarter 2014 is now available. Contact the library for access.
WebWISER 4.5 is now available. This new release integrates Chemical Hazards Emergency Medical Management (CHEMM) content and updates the Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) content to 2012. See below for more information on this release.
CHEMM integration brings the following new features to WISER:
ERG content is now updated to the 2012 release.
(Re-posted from the NLM-WISER-L announcement list)
What is WISER?
WISER is a system designed to assist first responders in hazardous material incidents. WISER provides a wide range of information on hazardous substances, including substance identification support, physical characteristics, human health information, and containment and suppression advice.
WISER is available for download as a standalone application on Microsoft Windows PCs, Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, Google Android devices, Windows Mobile devices, BlackBerry devices, Palm OS PDAs, and via WebWISER.
Visit the library’s Mobile Medicine guide for more information on WISER and other mobile apps for Emergency/Disaster Medicine!