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
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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.
Alums from all programs and graduation years ranging from 1946 to 2011 indicated that DynaMed would be a great asset in the Alumni Portal. Given this positive feedback, trial access has been converted to an ongoing subscription. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org today for the DynaMed username and password. Be sure to check out the Alumni Portal for other resources available to alumni.
The Library’s BioMedCentral Membership will cover article-processing charges for papers published by PCOM faculty in BMC open access journals.
Scopus is the largest database of peer reviewed literature and quality scientific websites in the world: 350 million web pages ~ 42 million citations ~ 25 million patent records ~ 19,000 journals. Has Citation Tracker and Journal Analyzer tools. Link from Research Databases.
DigitalCommons@PCOM launch. The Digital Commons is our institutional repository. It includes student dissertations from the Clinical Psychology program and Historical Collections of College yearbooks, histories and catalogs, as well as classic osteopathic texts. The Digital Commons provides worldwide open access to the scholarly and creative works of the College community.