The library has purchased new editions of these highly used electronic textbooks. Access them through OvidSP Books@Ovid (http://ovidsp.ovid.com/autologin) on the hospital wi-fi or contact the library for off-site access options.
New Editions in Medicine
FROM THE PREFACE: The 2012 edition includes 79 updated chapters, over 995 new images, and 5 completely new chapters: Vitreomacular Traction Syndrome, Complications of Refractive Surgery, Sutureless Pars Plana Vitrectomy— The Evolution, Pharmacology of Local Anesthetics and Their Application in Cataract Surgery; and Drug Delivery of the Posterior Segment. A complete image bank, updated each year, is extremely useful for educational presentations.
FROM DOODY’S BOOK REVIEW: … this text covers all pediatric emergencies and acute illnesses. All critical emergency information, including shock, resuscitation, and life-threatening conditions, are placed in the front of the book. More than 80 acute pediatric presentations are covered in a signs and symptoms section.
This edition’s highlights include a complete revision of the cardiopulmonary resuscitation chapter, a new chapter on the use of ultrasound in pediatric emergency medicine, a new section on stroke in pediatric patients, and a separate chapter on hand trauma.
FROM THE PREFACE: The book is intended for medical professionals and trainees at all levels: practicing plastic surgeons, surgeons in related fields such as ophthalmology, otolaryngology, oral surgery, orthopaedics and general surgery, surgery residents in all subspecialties, medical students, physician’s assistants, nurses, and nurse practitioners.
…55 of the 99 chapters are entirely new with new authors. The remaining chapters have been rewritten and are almost all substantively different from their predecessors. A new section on Body Contouring has been added. The Transplantation chapter has been updated to reflect the extraordinary recent advances in that field. The Hand section is entirely new with a new editor, new chapters, and new authors.
FROM THE PREFACE 1st ED: We have striven to provide a combination of practical advice on clinical approach, and ‘at a glance’ oversights and aides-memoire to topic areas. We also wanted to address a number of practical issues that occupy a lot of time in practice, but that are rarely addressed in more conventional textbooks.
FROM THE PREFACE 2nd ED: …We have added respiratory consults to Chapter 5, and included more neuroradiology, diagrams, and images in situations where they offer clarity. A section on late-onset metabolic disease is added ….
New Editions in Nursing
FROM THE PREFACE: The Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements (the Code) establishes the ethical standard for the profession and provides a guide for nurses to use in ethical analysis and decision-making. The Code is nonnegotiable in any setting. It may be revised or amended only by formal processes established by the American Nurses Association (ANA). The Code arises from the long, distinguished, and enduring moral tradition of modern nursing in the United States. It is foundational to nursing theory, practice, and praxis in its expression of the values, virtues, and obligations that shape, guide, and inform nursing as a profession….
FROM THE INTRO: The American Nurses Association (ANA) identified nursing informatics as a nursing specialty in 1992. The first scope of practice statement for this specialty, Scope of Practice for Nursing Informatics, was published in 1994, followed by the 1995 release of an accompanying resource, Standards of Practice for Nursing Informatics. Those early publications were replaced in 2001 by the Scope and Standards of Nursing Informatics Practice, which combined both the scope and Standards of practice into one document and created an enhanced and more robust definition of nursing informatics to reflect the contemporary healthcare informatics environment. The 2008 Nursing Informatics: Scope and Standards of Practice followed with a slightly revised specialty definition of nursing informatics and inclusion of an expanded presentation of competencies for the informatics nurse and informatics nurse specialist….
FROM THE OVERVIEW: Registered nurses practicing in the United States have two contemporary professional resources that inform their thinking and decision-making and guide their practice. First, the Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements (American Nurses Association, 2015) lists the nine succinct provisions and accompanying interpretive statements that establish the ethical framework for registered nurses’ practice across all roles, levels, and settings. Secondly, the 2015 Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice, Third Edition, outlines the expectations of professional nursing practice. The scope of practice statement presents the framework and context of nursing practice and accompanies the standards of professional nursing practice and their associated competencies that identify the evidence of the standard of care….
Check out the newly purchased nursing ebook titles on R2 Digital Library:
To access R2 Digital Library and other library resources from off-site, contact the library (x 5161, library)
These titles have been added to the R2 Digital E-Book Library on a trial basis. To make recommendations for purchase, please contact the library.
To access an e-book, click on the URL under each book or go directly to R2 and browse by title. R2 Digital Library is also available from off-site: from a hospital networked computer, click on the Create User Profile link to create your offsite username & password.
|The behavioral health specialist in primary care : skills for integrated practice / [edited by] Mary Ann Burg, Oliver Oyama.|
|Clinical nutrition / edited on behalf of the Nutrition Society by Marinos Elia … [et al.] ; foreword by Dame Sally C. Davies.|
|Diagnosis made easier : principles and techniques for mental health clinicians / James Morrison.|
|Facilitating resilience and recovery following trauma / edited by Lori A. Zoellner, Norah C. Feeny.|
|Fostering a research-intensive organization : an interdisciplinary approach for nurses from Massachusetts General Hospital / Jeanette Ives Erickson, Marianne Ditomassi, Dorothy A. Jones.|
|Handbook of infant biopsychosocial development / edited by Susan D. Calkins.|
|Handbook of psychodynamic approaches to psychopathology / edited by Patrick Luyten, Linda C. Mayes, Peter Fonagy, Mary Target, Sidney J. Blatt.|
|No Cover Image||The health professional’s guide to food allergies and intolerances / Janice Vickerstaff Joneja.|
|No Cover Image||Life cycle nutrition : an evidence-based approach / editor, Sari Edelstein.|
|Manual of nutritional therapeutics / editors, David H. Alpers, Beth E. Taylor, Dennis M. Bier, Samuel Klein.|
|Mastering informatics : a healthcare handbook for success / [edited by] Patricia Sengstack, Charles Boicey.|
|Mastering patient and family education : a healthcare handbook for success / Lori C. Marshall.|
|Mindfulness and the transformation of despair : working with people at risk of suicide / Mark Williams, Melanie Fennell, Thorsten Barnhofer, Rebecca Crane, Sarah Silverton.|
|Motivational interviewing in the treatment of psychological problems / edited by Hal Arkowitz, William R. Miller, Stephen Rollnick.|
|Nurse on board : plotting your path to the boardroom / Connie Curran.|
|The nurse’s step-by-step guide to transitioning to the professional nurse role / Cynthia M. Thomas, Constance E. McIntosh, Jennifer S. Mensik.|
|Nutrition for sport and exercise : a practical guide / Hayley Daries.|
|Nutrition for the older adult / Melissa Bernstein, Nancy Munoz.|
|Pediatric nutrition : policy of the American Academy of Pediatrics / Ronald E. Kleinman, MD, FAAP, editor, Frank R. Greer, MD, FAAP, associate editor.|
|Psychological assessment : a problem-solving approach / Julie A. Suhr.|
|Psychosis, trauma, and dissociation : emerging perspectives on severe psychopathology / editor, Andrew Moskowitz, Ingo Sch?afer, Martin J. Dorahy.|
|The recognition and management of early psychosis : a preventive approach / edited by Henry J. Jackson and Patrick D. McGorry.|
|Society and psychosis / [edited by] Craig Morgan, Kwame McKenzie, Paul Fearon.|
|What color is your brain? when caring for patients : an easy approach for understanding your personality type and your patient’s perspective / Sheila N. Glazov, Denise Knoblauch.|
|When psychological problems mask medical disorders : a guide for psychotherapists / James Morrison.|
Thanks to nurse recommendations, two new e-books are now available on R2 Library!
From the description:
“This comprehensive textbook serves both as a reference for the practicing acute care pediatric nurse practitioners and as a resource for the acute care pediatric nurse practitioner in training. Further, it provides guidelines for the management of a pediatric patient in the emergent care and inpatient settings. Ideally targeted at either the master’s or doctorate level, it functions as a primary textbook in the nursing practice pediatric nurse practitioner acute care curriculum. Also included are formatted Standardized Procedures/Practice Protocols for the acute care practice setting that can be adapted to the state and specific emergent and inpatient care setting.”
From the description:
“Jointly developed by the AAP and ACOG, the new 7th edition gives you a single place to look for the most recent recommendations on quality care of pregnant women, their fetuses, and their neonates. This unique resource addresses the full spectrum of perinatal medicine from both the obstetric and pediatric standpoint. Important new information includes: – Proven policies, procedures, and best practices for community programs, community and regional hospitals, and medical centers – Evidence-based recommendations for safe, effective diagnostic and therapeutic interventions in both maternal-fetal medicine and neonatology – Recent developments in quality optimization; newborn care; interhospital coordination; antepartum care; postpartum care; obstetric complications; neonatal complications, and much more.”
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is R2 Library?
A: R2 Library is a platform for nursing and allied health electronic books. The library has purchased books for R2 based on recommendations by staff. Some books are also available on a trial basis (limited to 3 accesses) after which we must decide if we want to purchase or not. If a book you have been accessing suddenly disappears, it is because the maximum number of trial accesses has been reached, please contact the library if you want to recommend we purchase the title.
Q: How do I access R2 Library?
A: From any hospital networked computer you can access content on R2 Library directly at http://www.r2library.com or from a link on the library’s website at http://huntingtonhospital.libguides.com
Q: Can I access R2 from a mobile device or offsite?
A: Yes! Physicians can access from offsite through Citrix/Cerner, click here to learn more. All other hospital employees please fill out our Request Off-Site Access form to be set up with username/password access.
Learn more about the library’s new resource – ClinicalKey – register for a free online class in June:
|ClinicalKey Product Training
Learn best practices and gain a comprehensive overview of ClinicalKey.
|How To Get The Most Out of ClinicalKey
Explore various features, content and personalization capabilities to maximize the use of ClinicalKey at your institution.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Red Book Online (RBO) provides up-to-date findings on the manifestations, etiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of over 200 childhood infectious diseases.
Topic areas include:
The online version also contains a visual image library of more than 2,500 images, vaccine status information and infectious disease news.
Now the full RBO can be downloaded to your iOS or Android device! Here’s how:
1. From a Huntington Hospital networked computer, go to: http://www.aapredbook.org
2. Click on the link Sign In via User Name/Password (at the top)
3. Click on Sign In for Individuals
4. If you are an AAP member, enter your AAP ID Login and Password. If you do not have an AAP ID, click on the New Customer Registration link and follow the registration instructions.
5. Download the Red Book mobile app for Android or iOS
6. Then login on your device with your AAP ID and password
The Library will be closed and library staff will be unavailable during the Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Years’ holidays but that doesn’t mean you can’t access the library and its resources. As always, the physical library will be accessible to clinical staff via their badges on a 24/7 basis. Off-site, online access to many of the library’s resources is also available, read on to find out how!
Physicians: If you are a Huntington Hospital affiliated physician you are able to access the library’s resources from your Citrix or CONNECT log in. See our Physicians Off-Site Access page to learn how. If you would prefer to have username/password access to a resource, please submit an Off-Site Access Resource Form or contact the library directly during business hours.
Hospital Staff: All other hospital staff, please fill out our Off-Site Access Request Form to be set up with access to selected library resources. Please allow 1 business day for account set up.
Resources for which off-site access is available include:
· OvidSP/Nursing@Ovid –includes access to Medline, Evidence Based Medicine Review databases, Johanna Briggs Institute, Nursing@Ovid, HMH Full Text Journals and Books@Ovid databases.
· Gale Databases – includes Health Reference Center Academic, Health & Wellness Resource Center (consumer health information) & Gale Virtual Reference Library (consumer health reference ebooks)
· Natural Standard – evidence-based information on complementary and alternative medicine products and techniques, such as herbs and supplements or acupuncture and yoga, for consumers and professionals.
· Refworks – a online research management, collaboration and writing tool to help you gather, organize, store and share research
For off-site access to MDConsult, please sign up on a hospital-networked computer by going to MDConsult and clicking on the “Create Account” link at the top right of the MDConsult home screen (must be on a hospital computer).
In 2012, the health sciences library supplied Huntington Hospital physicians, nurses and employees with almost 19,000 journal articles and over 7000 accesses to print and online books. The library uses innovative linking technology to provide seamless access to electronic journal and electronic book subscriptions. Resources such as OvidSP, MDConsult, PubMed and UpToDate all link to the library’s full text journal subscriptions when available, saving clinicians time when they need to access information quickly. The library also provides A to Z and subject lists of electronic resources from the library’s website and online catalog.
Additionally, the library’s Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan service provides access to journal articles and the ability to borrow books that are not in our own collections. If the library does not have an article or book in its collection, it goes through a national network of libraries called DOCLINE to request the article or book from another library.
Q: Can I get off-site access to the library’s resources?
A: Yes. Physicians can login via Citrix/Meditech or CONNECT for offsite access to all the library’s resources, see our Physicians Off-Site Access page to learn how. All other hospital staff have off-site access privileges to selected resources (OvidSP, MDConsult, Natural Standard and Gale Databases). To request off-site access to one or all of these resources use our Off-Site Access Request Form.
Q: Who can use the Document Delivery/ILL services?
A: Any affiliated Huntington Hospital physician, nurse or employee in good standing is eligible to use Document Delivery/ILL.
Q: How much does it cost to use the Document Delivery/ILL services?
A: For Huntington Hospital affiliated physicians, nurses and employees there is no cost to you to have the library order a journal article or book from another library. The library sometimes incurs copyright and service fees from other libraries but this cost is not passed on to our clients.
Q: What types of materials can be ordered via Document Delivery?
A: Almost any type of material (journal article, book or book chapter, audio visual) can be ordered, however, whether or not the library will be able to obtain your requested material depends on it being available from a lending library. Materials that cannot be requested from Document Delivery/ILL include electronic books, whole journal issues and electronic video/audio files.
Q: How can I order an article via Document Delivery?
A: There are three ways to order an article or book:
Irwin & Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine, 7th edition, 2011
In the words of the editors, the newer edition of IRICM “…now provides an interdisciplinary emphasis on anesthesia, surgery, trauma, and neurointensive care as well as medical intensive care with strong collaboration across all these disciplines. With this edition, a critical care nursing-centric section has been added. This reflects the reality that intensive care medicine has inevitably become more interdisciplinary and collaborative.”
The newer edition also features:
· Updated chapters and references
· New section on “Nursing Issues in the ICU” (focusing on issues related to collaboration, healthy work environments, and the expanding roles of nurses)
· Summarization of evidence-based data into tables
· Ultrasonographic images throughout the book
· New chapter on Interventional Ultrasound
· Information technology imperatives addressed in “Contemporary Challenges in the Intensive Care Unit”
· Rapid advances in coronary care and surgical critical care have also been addressed in the chapters on “Cardiovascular Problems…” and “Surgical Problems…”
Nursing: Scope & Standards of Practice, 2nd edition, 2010
From the Overview: Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice, Second Edition, outlines the expectations of the professional role of the registered nurse. It states the scope of practice and presents the standards of professional nursing practice and their accompanying competencies.
It is useful for:
· Registered nurses in all roles and settings
· Legislators, regulators, legal counsel, and the judiciary system
· Agencies, organizations, nurse administrators, and interprofessional colleagues
· People, families, communities, and populations using healthcare and nursing services
Pain Assessment & Pharmacolgic Management (PAPM), authored by Chris Pasero and Margo McCaffery, is now available online and in print from the Health Sciences Library. An excellent resource for nurses seeking to understand more about the management of pain. It may be used as an adjunct to the hospital’s clinical policies to increase knowledge related to pain assessment and pharmacologic management.
The online book provides:
PAPM can be accessed on the library’s web site under the BOOKS tab. It’s in the A-Z list of E-Books as well as the Nursing and Pharmacy subject lists. It is also currently under the list of Newly Added E-Books. On the home page it is in the What’s New? Library Announcements box. PAPM can be accessed from on-site or off-site through Citrix and Connection.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the book, please contact the library at x5161, library or text us at (626) 344-0542.