Writing assistance is now available from the library. Writing Lab hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 11:00am-1:00pm; or email to schedule a time via Blackboard or Google Chat.
Research Day has been postponed. If you have already submitted a proposal, you should receive an update. Please check back in the near future for the new date.
The Sanford Guide, a unique drug resource, provides searchable data on pathogens, syndromes and anti-infective agents, and includes specialized tabs on HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis. Users can research information on prevention measures, drug interactions, and pharmacological data.
The institutional trial starts today and ends on April 30th. Let us know what you think by sending comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update: Lexicomp login issues have been resolved. The resource can be reached by going to the Library homepage and clicking ‘Databases’ under the Collections tab. You can enter your network user ID and password for access.
Lexicomp is currently having login issues as of 2/14/2020. To use Lexicomp, email email@example.com to receive a temporary username and password. Thank you for your patience.
Update: REDCap is now available. If the site is still displaying an error message, hold the Shift while reloading to clear the cache. You may have to request a password reset if you are unable to log in.
PCOM REDCap is currently unavailable due to emergency maintenance as of 4:30PM, February 4. We are working to resolve the issue.
Please be aware that RefWorks and associated features will be unavailable for a short period of time on February 8, 2020.
Down Time for: Legacy RefWorks, RefWorks, RefWorks Citation Manager, and Write-n-Cite
When: Starting 10PM Saturday February 8, 2020 for up to 12 hours
The PCOM Library is now offering a trial for the LWW Internal Medicine Collection.
The LWW Internal Medicine Collection contains books on the topics of internal, critical care, and ambulatory medicine, including The Washington Manual of Outpatient Internal Medicine and the ICU book.
Additionally, students on rotation can use the resource to learn more about specialty topics, such as endocrinology, infectious diseases, and oncology.
The institutional trial ends on December 15, 2019.
Let us know what you think by sending comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On October 1st, we are transitioning our e-resources to a new system called OpenAthens, and there will be little change to your online experience.
As with any new change, there is a learning and adjustment period. Please be patient with us and understand that we will do our best to make this transition as seamless as possible.
If you have any questions or experience issues, please contact your campus library.