The new Geriatrics guide has links to books, calculators and assessment tools, government and NGO web sites as well as AGS content: Geriatrics at Your Fingertips and Geriatrics Review Syllabus Teaching Slides. Check it out and send recommendations for additional resources to the Liaison Librarians identified on the page.
Have a question about library resources or services? Need help finding articles or with research efforts? The PCOM Library now offers an Ask-a-Librarian live chat feature on our website to provide immediate help with these and other questions. You can also text messages directly to 215-987-3999.
You can begin chatting from either our Contact page, LibGuides home page or directly on the Library home page (see below).
When there’s no librarian available, e-mail us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll reply to your question as soon as we can. Please check it out and let us know what you think!
PCOM Library now offers access to psychotherapy.net which streams over 100 video demonstrations of psychotherapy and counseling sessions–featuring leading contributors and covering a wide range of modalities, populations and approaches.
- Customizable clip-making
- View synchronized transcripts
- Search a transcript by keyword and click on the results so you can easily go to specific points in a video
- Highlight content in the transcript to move and/or repeat a specific section of a video with ease
- View captions
Please email email@example.com and tell us what you think.
PCOM Library now has UpToDate access for your mobile device!
The UpToDate app is available for Android™, iPhone® and iPad®, and Windows 8 phones and tablets. Download on up to 2 devices.
- Register with UpToDate by linking from the PCOM library website.
- Download the app.
- Login and go!
Contact your campus library if you need assistance.
30 Day re-verification is required (complete verification by logging in to UpToDate from PCOM Library at least once every 30 days).
Have an iPad or Android tablet?
Use BrowZine Newsstand to find, browse, read, and monitor thousands of scholarly journals available from the PCOM Library. Download the free BrowZine app from the App Store. When you open BrowZine for the first time, you will see a list of schools; select “PCOM” then enter your ID and Password. Select the subject areas, and start browsing! You won’t have to login ever again.
Articles discovered through BrowZine can easily be sent to Zotero, Dropbox, iAnnotate, or several other services to integrate with your existing workflow. Once retrieved and saved, an article can be accessed without the need of an internet connection.
Stay tuned for information on availability for other tablets. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The LWW Osteopathic Medicine Book Collection contains 7 core osteopathic medicine titles:
- Atlas of Osteopathic Techniques by PCOM’s own Drs. Nicholas
- 5-Minute Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Consult
- Foundations of Osteopathic Medicine
- Greenman’s Principles of Manual Medicine
- An Osteopathic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment
- Pocket Manual of OMT
- Somatic Dysfunction in Osteopathic Family Medicine
Be sure to bookmark http://libguides.pcom.edu/mobile/2068 for mobile-friendly library access.
Each academic program has Library staff members assigned to help students and faculty find books, retrieve articles, and effectively search and manage information resources. Your Liaison is your first line of contact with the library and will help you navigate its many resources. Contact your Liaison whenever you have questions about resources, library policies, or instruction. More information can be found at the following page.
The F.I.T.T. Program (Financial Information for Today and Tomorrow) was designed by the Financial Aid Office for PCOM students to encourage debt management and financial literacy. Includes budgeting, loan management, salary information and more.
The complete analyses by campus and discipline along with summary documents and proposed actions are posted for review and comment. Many thanks to everyone who contributed to this evaluation of library resources and services. The Library invites review and comment. The 2012 PCOM LibQUAL+® survey results are available online. Print binders containing all documents are also available in the Libraries.