We are happy to welcome you back to the PCOM Library! We will open for limited student study spaces starting October 20th. Days and hours are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 10am to 12noon and 1pm to 3pm. Between 12n and 1pm, the Library will be closed to students for cleaning. Seating will be socially distanced; everyone must wear a mask, no congregating and no food or drink allowed.
Reservations are available in blocks of 2 hours and must be made in advance, on a first-come, first-served basis on the reservation page. You will receive an email confirmation from LibCal reservation service. On the day and time of the reservation, you must check in to secure your seat. Students must have a negative COVID-19 test; Security will verify your #CampusClear results upon entry to the building.
Due to COVID-19, at this time the Library is not accepting any book or other material donations. For questions please contact Institutional Advancement: Kathryn Mastoridis, firstname.lastname@example.org or Connie Ennis, email@example.com.
Starting July 30, 2020, the PCOM Library now offers Contactless Pickup. Reserve your library materials online and pickup at your local PCOM campus. Go to our Contactless Pickup page, email us, or go to our FAQ page for more details.
Librarians will host a 30-minute OMM Board Review Lunch & Learn that will focus on question banks, practice tests, and highlight digital copies of popular review textbooks. Complementary library resources will be showcased and a Q&A will follow. Join us virtually on Thursday, September 24 at noon on Zoom!
Starting July 30, 2020, the PCOM Library will offer Contactless Pickup. Reserve your library materials online and pickup at your local PCOM campus. Go to our Contactless Pickup page, email us, or go to our FAQ page for more details.
The Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association is relaunching their website today. If you have a personal account with the JAPMA, you will need to reset the password associated with your account.
Reset your password here. You can then go to the resource homepage here and login with your new credentials to access the content.
We’ve recently compiled the Audio and Visual Collection into one new Media Collection – your one-stop shopping for podcasts and videos to help you with your studies. One featured resource you may not know is the Physical Diagnosis Videos (Medical Media Systems). This database offers streaming videos, interactive virtual patient simulations, and a matching textbook. Be sure to check it out!
LGBT Life is the definitive index for LGBT studies. It provides indexing and abstracts for scholarly and popular LGBT publications, plus historically important primary sources. To assist researchers, it includes an LGBT thesaurus, searchable cited references and author supplied abstracts and keywords.