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A message brought to you by the PCOM Library


"Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity."


Happy American Heart Month from the PCOM Library!*


Behavioral and Mental Health Online Trial

The PCOM Library is offering a trial through March 31 to Behavioral and Mental Health Online.

Alexander Street’s Behavioral and Mental Health Online provides a comprehensive, rich, and diverse collection of video and text for anyone studying or teaching in the area of mental health.

Content in this collection includes clinical mental health demonstrations, real therapy sessions, compelling documentaries on the human condition, psychotherapy transcripts, as well client narratives and reference works.

Did you find this resource useful? Please send comments to library@pcom.edu.


Free Webinar on Community Based Research

This presentation, Superpatients: Patients Who Extended Science When All Other Options Were Gone, will discuss how patients have extended science beyond traditional boundaries when left with no other options for improving their health.

The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Southeastern/Atlantic Region is hosting the webinar and Dave deBronkart is presenting. Mr. deBronkart is known as e-Patient Dave, the author of the highly rated Let Patients Help: A Patient Engagement Handbook, and one of the world’s leading advocates for patient engagement. 

Please register if you're interested in learning more about community based research and how patients can help improve the future of medicine. The webinar will be held on February 21, 2019 from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM.


Library Metrics

Congratulations to our PCOM community: we've had more than one million downloads from the DigitalCommons@PCOM! This repository started as an online history of our institution and grew to contain the scholarly works of students and faculty.

In under ten years, people from around the world have downloaded theses and dissertations, faculty publications, and documents pertaining to the history of PCOM leading, to this achievement. 

Let's keep sharing our expertise and knowledge with the world. Here's to the next 10 years!


*Red heart with heartbeat logo by Diego Naive and Joe Sutherland. Used under CC-BY-4.0.