The Leisure Reading collection includes popular and best-selling fiction and non-fiction, including graphic novels. All books in this collection are available for staff, students, and faculty to borrow. Displays and locations include:
Philly Library Address PCOM Library, 625 Old Peachtree Rd., Suwanee, GA 30024 PCOM Library, Moultrie, GA You are welcome to make a recommendation for the collection by sending an email request to *@pcom.edu.
Books in the collection are cataloged, and discoverable through OneSearch or contacting the library at.
The PCOM Library is pleased to host Class of 1985 alum Joan Naidorf on February 8th for a special presentation on her new work “Changing How We Think about Difficult Patients: A Guide for Physicians and Healthcare Professionals.” This book explores the challenging task of working with challenging patients and provides the skills and attitudes needed to successfully overcome these difficulties and avoid burnout.
It is the Library’s pleasure to announce PCOM-PA’s 2022 Student Researcher of the Year:
Bridgid Garrity, DO Candidate in the Class of 2023! Brigid shows her dedication, passion, and leadership in research with many first-authored and co-authored publications. She comes highly recommended by her Principal Investigators who not only vouch for her work ethic and professionalism, but also for her embodiment of the osteopathic philosophy. Her competitive resume should serve her well in her next steps to represent herself and PCOM for the National SROY against awardees from other osteopathic schools. We are very proud of her and wish her luck in her next endeavor!
Thank you to all who applied for this award. A special thank you to the Student Researcher of the Year Committee, Dr. Chen, Dr. Reno, Dr. Roberts, Dr. George-Weinstein, and Dr. Lippman-Bell.
Effective December 23rd, 2021 at 5pm, all library locations will be closed to students, faculty and staff. Library spaces tentatively re-open on January 18th, 2022. Online chat services will resume January 1st.
This year’s Research Week, held virtually for the first time, brought together the best in research from all three PCOM campuses. Winners of the various Research Week awards presented on topics such as ischemia-reperfusion injury, the link between trauma and different aspects of mental health, and models of organ transplantation. PCOM Library team members PJ Grier, Matt McNelis, Jackie Werner, Erica Rosalle, and Barbara Wood won the CCDA Staff Award for their presentation on the Library’s hotspot lending program. Check out the list of winners at the following link: https://library.pcom.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/PCOM_ResearchDay_2021_WinnersList_6_2021.pdf
2021 Research Week Winners.
Congratulations to all the 2021 Research Week winners! If you weren’t able to make it to the Research Week presentations, no worries — visit DigitalCommons@PCOM to view the posters! https://digitalcommons.pcom.edu/research_day/
Great news — Library users can now make same-day seat reservations! Visit the Library Reservation Page and make your same day seat reservation.
If you happen to already be on campus, you can stop by your Library’s circulation desk and we’ll be happy to get you into a seat. If you need help making a reservation, check out the video below. See you at the Library!
As part of PCOM’s Return to Campus, the following schedule will be in effect starting April 4th, 2021.
Wed, Thu, Fri
8am – 10pm
Sat and Sun (Weekends)
8am – 4pm
Virtual LibChat Hours
8am – 10pm, daily
Appropriate social distancing and mandatory mask wearing will continue. If you wish to reserve a Library study space please use the Library reservation system. You may make a reservation on the same day up to 10 days in advance. Walk-ins for printing (PA and GA only) and borrowing will be available during the above hours. We look forward to seeing more of you back on campus!