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  • Before I start I want to let you know where you can find a copy of this presentation so you don’t have to worry about writing down everything and remembering everything. From the HPD Library Homepage which is www.nova.edu/hpdlibrary or you can find it by going to the Nova homepage and then clicking on [Research] in the top menu bar, then click on Libraries, then from the list you can click on Health Professions. All of the resources I will speak about today can be found on this homepage and from the Library website for Osteopathic Medicine
  • On the bottom row of tabs From the Home button you should see an arrow drop down and you should see a page for [Rotation/Residency/Clerkship]
  • ILL accounts are not automatically created for all Clinical Affiliates.  If you are interested in using this service, you will need to contact the ILL/DocDel office to request that an ILL account be created (or reinstated) by phone 954-262-3120 or by email illhpd@nova.edu
    I have created a form that is available on the Osteopathic Medicine site
  • During this presentation I am going to take you on a tour of the HPD Library homepage and identify what resources we have and where to find them.
  • Below the [Quick links] are 4 tabs: Library Catalog, eJournal Finder, PubMed
    If you like to use the PubMed interface, I highly recommend you start or log-in from the HPD Library homepage
    You will be connected to the PubMed interface, but they have embedded information into the links to link you to full text if it is available.
  • Before you access any of the eResources you will need to authenticate. Because these are paid databases, the website is basically wants to know who is paying for your access, so that is what the authentication does.
  • eJournal Finder is where you would go if you know the name of the journal you are interested in accessing
  • Before you access any of the eResources you will need to authenticate. Because these are paid databases, the website is basically wants to know who is paying for your access, so that is what the authentication does.
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    1. 1. NSU - HPD Library Resources for your Residency Kristin Kroger Kristin.kroger@nova.edu
    2. 2. HPD Library Homepage – www.nova.edu/hpdlibrary OR www.nova.edu << [Research] <<[Libraries] < < [Health Professions] I have placed a copy of this powerpoint presentation on my website (LibGuide) for COM, for your future reference. COM Library Guide
    3. 3. The powerpoint is in the tab entitled ‘Rotation/Residency/Clerkship’
    4. 4. InterLibrary Loan accounts are not automatically created for Clinical Affiliates. If you are interested in using this service, you will need to contact the ILL/DocDel office to request that an ILL account be created (or reinstated) by phone 954-262-3120 or by email illhpd@nova.edu
    5. 5. Start at the HPD Library Home Page www.nova.edu/hpdlibrary
    6. 6. Library Catalog search Search for eJournals titles PubMed.gov interface to search Medline You can perform a search of the Library catalog using the search widget on the homepage. (EX) You can type in the title “Harrison’s principles of internal medicine” 1
    7. 7. Authenticate/Log-in Problems logging in? Contact Lela Fairchild at plela@nova.edu
    8. 8. eJournal Finder 2 eJournals
    9. 9. Journal Finder Abbreviations occasionally do not work in the eJournal Finder or Library Catalog 1.Use the full journal title if you know it 2.If you do not know it, or you get no matching hits, go to the PubMed tab 3.Click on [Journals] 4.Enter your abbreviation – Example: Clin Ther – Result: Clinical therapeutics – Use this full title, Clinical Therapeutics, to search for this journal online or in the library catalog
    10. 10. 3 • There are 3 options available: – Quick Search – Journals (which you can use to look up full journal titles/acronyms) – MeSH – Search for Medical Subject Heading
    11. 11. • We license the Medline content through several other database vendors, Ebsco, Proquest, Embase, Web of Science etc, but PubMed is a great place to start if you have a piece of information ie: citation/article title/author and you want to verify the citation and find out if we have access to the full text. • I am going to show you a sample search in PubMed for articles by a particular doctor/author.
    12. 12. Authenticate/Log-in Problems logging in? Contact Lela Fairchild at plela@nova.edu
    13. 13. Sample Search: Interleukin-17 and interleukin-23 in patients with polymyositis and dermatomyositis.
    14. 14. **If you get a list of possible matches, click on the article title to open the whole record to get the FindIt button.
    15. 15. Journal Finder - will let you know if we subscribe to that journal electronically in any of our databases.
    16. 16. After each database name, note the date range! This will determine which of these databases will have the specific article you need. Embargo: means that database will not allow access to the full text of that journal for this most recent period of time.
    17. 17. If we do not have it electronically – Skip to ILL to request it.
    18. 18. ILL Account not automatically created
    19. 19. Login to the ILLiad system
    20. 20. http://nova.edu/hpdlibrary/
    21. 21. When you click on ALL NSU Databases you can browse by Subject or by Material Type
    22. 22. Here are a few of our most popular resources
    23. 23. Audio Digest – MP3 of clinical lectures presented by experts. The HPD Library subscribes to the following categories: Anesthesiology Oncology Emergency Medicine Ophthalmology Family Practice Orthopaedics General Surgery Otolaryngology Internal Medicine Neurology Pediatrics Psychiatry Obstetrics/Gynecology Urology
    24. 24. • Includes International Guidelines • Updated throughout the day • Downloadable app (wireless not needed) • Practice Changing Updates - (email) • Code is good on up to 5 devices with same operating system
    25. 25. The concise and in-depth clinical content of Lexicomp allows pharmacist's, physicians, and nurses find answers quickly and efficiently while helping make safer medication decisions.
    26. 26. • Lexi-Comp's comprehensive Drug-to-Drug, Drug-to- Herb and Herb-to-Herb Interaction Analysis Program • Updated daily • Easy limits in search box (adult, pediatric, graphics) • Direct export graphics into PowerPoint • Practice-Changing Updates
    27. 27. Almost all HPD databases are available on mobile devices by logging into them from the HPD Library database page. This presentation is about any of the HPD databases have mobile-optimized interfaces or apps
    28. 28. *This IS an app, and only requires Wi-Fi access for the initial download and updates. The AccessMedicine App from McGraw-Hill Medical delivers indispensable support and invaluable point of care solutions for clinical practice through these mobile features: •Quick Medical Dx & Tx is a collection of concise evidence-based outlines of conditions and disorders most often encountered in medical practice – perfect for high-yield review or for quick reference in the clinical setting. •Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas of Clinical Dermatology facilitates dermatologic diagnosis by providing color images of skin lesions, plus a summary outline of skin disorders and diseases. •Differential Diagnosis Tool provides more than 1,000 diagnoses through Diagnosaurus®, a McGraw-Hill Medical tool that efficiently allows you to browse by symptom, disease, or organ system at the point of care. •Diagnostic Tests, from Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests, is a quick reference guide to the selection and interpretation of commonly used diagnostic tests, including laboratory procedures in the clinical setting. Note: To maintain uninterrupted access to the AccessMedicine App you will need to sign-in every 90 days through your institution. Your My Access account user name and password will activate this app.
    29. 29. Annual Reviews provides the worldwide scientific community with a useful and intelligent synthesis of the primary research literature for a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines. Each year, Annual Reviews critically reviews the most significant primary research literature to guide you to the principal contributions of the field and help you keep up to-date in your area of research. *This is NOT an app, but a mobile optimized site that requires Wi-Fi access
    30. 30. Annual Reviews mobile-pairing is a provides a quick and easy way to browse full-text content provided through the NSU institutional subscription NOTE: As of August 2012, the vendor has discontinued the iOSx app in favor of the mobile friendly version. If you had downloaded the app previously - it will no longer be functional. HPD Library - Annual Review subscription titles….. Analytical Chemistry Biochemistry Biomedical Engineering Biophysics Cell and Developmental Biology Clinical Psychology Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics Entomology Food Science and Technology Genetics Genomics and Human Genetics Immunology Marine Science Medicine Microbiology Neuroscience Nutrition Pathology: Mechanisms of Disease Pharmacology and Toxicology Physiology Public Health
    31. 31. *This is NOT an app, but a mobile optimized site that requires Wi-Fi access Full-text information on all US prescription drugs, as well as herbal supplements, nutritional and over-the-counter products, and investigational drugs *Requires a code or serial number which the Liaison Librarians have. The mobile site includes: • Drug Interaction Reports • MedCounselor Sheets are Clinical Pharmacology patient medication information (PMI) sheets • Clinical Calculators: a number of Drug calculators and Medical calculators & Unit Conversion calculators
    32. 32. » DynaMed is an evidence-based, primary care database provides point-of-care health information. (includes guidelines and drug information) » More than 3,100 evidence-based clinical summaries of the most commonly reported diseases in primary care. • Updated daily *This IS an app, and only requires Wi-Fi access for the initial download and updates.
    33. 33. Natural Standard provides information about complementary and alternative therapies. Includes information on herbs and supplements, health and wellness, allergy and immunology, condition center, brand names, and interactions. Access via Skyscape Evidence-based Graded evidence *This IS an app, but requires Wi-Fi access to use
    34. 34. •Dynamed & Natural Standard require download of the Skyscape (free) app •Requires a code or serial number which the Liaison Librarians have. •Skyscape supports the installation of DynaMed on up to 5 devices of the same operating system. For example, if you have registered DynaMed on your iPhone, you can install it to your iPad using the same serial number.
    35. 35. *This IS an app, but requires Wi-Fi access to use Includes all these databases and MORE: • Cinahl • MEDLINE (PubMed) • International Pharmaceutical Abstracts • Nursing and Allied Health Collection
    36. 36. *This IS an app, and only requires Wi-Fi access for the initial download and updates. First Consult • Requires personal account in ClinicalKey • User-friendly access to the latest information on: • patient evaluation • diagnosis • clinical management • Prognosis • prevention
    37. 37. The Johns Hopkins POC-IT Guides are evidence-based clinical decision resources. Trusted content in the Guides is easily accessed, promptly applied, and frequently updated. Access via UCentral *This IS an app, and only requires Wi-Fi access for the initial download and updates. Johns Hopkins ABX Guide Review antibiotics, pathogens, infectious diseases, and drugs. Johns Hopkins Diabetes Guide Search clinical tests, management, complications, and medications. Johns Hopkins HIV Guide Look up infections, complications, pathogens, management, and resistances.
    38. 38. Johns Hopkins ABX Guide Johns Hopkins – Diabetes Guide Johns Hopkins HIV Guide require download of the UCentral (free) app To perform a Medline search, OR look through the Table of Contents of select Medline Journals, you will need WiFi
    39. 39. *This IS an app, and only requires Wi-Fi access for the initial download and updates. The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics - Objective, peer-reviewed evaluations of new FDA-approved drugs, and new information on previously approved drugs Treatment Guidelines from The Medical Letter- Unbiased reviews of drug classes used to treat common disorders. Includes the doses, adverse effects and the recommendations of Medical Letter consultants;
    40. 40. *This IS an app, and only requires Wi-Fi access for the initial download and updates & to play videos. Procedures Consult is an online procedure reference tool that offers easy access to complete details on how to prepare for, perform and follow up on the most common procedures required in today's hospital setting. Requires personal account. Please send me your contact info if you are interested in having access to the app.
    41. 41. Text & images are available at all times. WiFi only needed for initial download, updates & to play the video
    42. 42. *This is an app, but requires Wi-Fi to access all content. StatRef Mobile is a streamlined version of the online subscription. Because some of the value-added resources are memory, megabyte and/or Flash intensive, not all resources are available at this time on the mobile version.
    43. 43. Red Book® Online is the online home of the report of the AAP Committee on Infectious Diseases. Offering instant Web-based access, you will find the complete text of the Red Book®, the complete visual library of more than 2,500 images, vaccine status information, infectious disease news, and much more. *This IS an app, and only requires Wi-Fi access for the initial download and updates
    44. 44. *This IS an app, but requires Wi-Fi access for the initial download and updates and usage. UpToDate is a clinical point-of- care database. To register for access current NSU students, faculty & staff and clinical affiliates must enter through one of the UpToDate link(s) on the HPD Library website and register/create a personal account for UpToDate. **IMPORTANT: In order to maintain remote access to the app, UpToDate wants you to verify that you are still affiliated with NSU every 30 days. You can do this re-authentication simply by accessing UpToDate via one of the UpToDate link(s) on the HPD Library website, then signing into your personal UpToDate account.
    45. 45. *This is an app, but requires Wi-Fi to access all content. The VisualDx decision support and reference tool for physicians includes 1,200+ diagnoses and 25,000+ medical images to aid diagnosis and therapeutic decisions. •search by diagnosis •build a patient-specific differential •look up drug-induced adverse reactions by medication – all at the point-of-care.
    46. 46. Thank you for your time. If you have questions please feel free to contact me. The best way to get in touch with me is via email.

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