Please take note of our holiday hours, beginning tomorrow!
Wednesday, January 6, 2016, 2:00-3:00 PM
Hospital Pharmacy Conference room (A-050)
Relax and chat with your College of Pharmacy colleagues for a mid-afternoon coffee and cookie break! Drug-related apps and a few other apps will be shared.
For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/UAppyHour.
Special thanks to our partner – the Office of the Associate Vice President for Faculty and Academic Affairs – for funding Appy Hour refreshments.
On Wednesday, December 16, Appy Hour Education attendees learned about Apple’s ResearchKit. ResearchKit is an open source software framework for researchers to create new apps for their research projects. The apps can reach a broader audience and engage more patients in health studies. Patients can learn about the study, sign consent forms, and participant in the study all on their mobile device.
New and improved method for finding full-text articles from PubMed. This change, effective December 15, 2015 ensures users will see up to date, real-time information about full-text availability from campus libraries.
New Eccles Library custom PubMed link is now:
Update your bookmarks and your MyNCBI preferences.
To update NCBI Preferences:
• Log in to your MyNCBI account
• select NCBI Site Preferences at the top right of the MyNCBI screen
• under PubMed Preferences, click on Outside Tool.
• click the radio button next to University of Utah Eccles Health Sciences Library, then Save.
What has changed?
You will now see the “Find It” icon appearing next to all PubMed abstracts, rather than seeing the old Eccles Library filter icon, “Eccles Library Online” appearing only next to selected abstracts. Clicking on the Find It icon will direct you to full-text article options from the library catalog. When off campus, you’ll be prompted to log in with your uNID. If the University of Utah does NOT have full-text access to that particular article, you will see the interlibrary loan “Request an Article” option.
Why is it changing?
By linking to full text from the library catalog, we are able to provide access to hundreds of additional journal titles.
How does this affect me?
If you access PubMed from bookmarks , update your bookmark to the new custom URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?otool=uutahlib.
If you access PubMed via your MyNCBI account, configure your NCBI Site Preferences (see instructions above).
If you access PubMed from library website, PubMed links have been updated.
Need help? Contact the Eccles Library:
- Phone: 801-581-5534
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chat: library.med.utah.edu/ask
Looking for high-quality medical images for teaching, presenting, or providing patient care? The Eccles Library is pleased to announce online access to 2 new robust collections:
Medical image library offering a combination of high-quality images and evidence-based clinical text on a wide range of diagnoses and conditions. Designed for use by non-radiologists, the Reference Center includes:
**Imaging recommendations for thousands of diagnoses
**Over 4,000 classic, image-rich diagnoses written by experts and supported by over 40,000 journal references
**Over 72,000 “best-of” images, including x-ray, CT, MR, ultrasound, and full-color graphics across many organ systems and specialty areas
Pathology image library designed for use by pathologists and non-pathologists. The collection covers common tests such as biopsies, blood tests, urine tests, Pap smears, liver function tests, bacterial cultures, and infectious disease testing. It includes:
**Over 2,100 diagnoses in all areas of diagnostic pathology
**40,000 gross pathology, H&E, IHC stains, correlative images, and colored graphics
**Explanations written by pathology experts, supported by thousands of journal references
Both databases support text and image searching, and content can be emailed, printed, or downloaded to PowerPoint for presentations or teaching.
If you have any questions regarding the Reference Center collections, please contact us at: email@example.com
Wednesday, December 16, 2015, 2:00-3:00pm followed by Q&A with refreshments
Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB), Room 2600
The guest speaker, Dr. Lina Lander is the lead liaison for research institutions at Apple Inc., in this role she works on innovative projects to advance universities’ research, teaching, and service initiatives.
Dr. Lander will share a few iOS productivity apps for researchers and show the potential of Apple’s new ResearchKit, an open source software framework for easily creating apps. Plan for an hour presentation with Q&A afterwards. Continue reading
University of Utah Hospital Hope Fox Eccles Health Library
Feeling SAD: How to Stay Positive with Seasonal Affective Disorder
Date: Wed. Dec. 9, 2015
Guest Speaker: Dr. Jason Hunziker
Free & Open to the Public Health Lecture. All are invited to attend.
Refer to flyer below for details.
The 2016 Games4Health Challenge is looking for 60 judges among UofU faculty and staff and various sponsors.
As a judge, you would evaluate around 5 student team entries over a 10 day period in March 2016. All entries are in the form of two videos, one a 90 second Tease Video and the other a 3 minute Commercialization Video.
If you’ve saved the “Reload via EZproxy” bookmarklet to your browser’s bookmarks toolbar menu, please update it. (Delete current bookmarklet, drag updated bookmarklet into browser toolbar bookmarks menu.)
If you’ve not yet tried the “Reload via EZproxy” bookmarklet, give it a try with your standard Web browser.
Note: The bookmarklet will not work with mobile device browsers, only with standard browsers.
University of Utah Hospital Hope Fox Eccles Health Library
National Family Health History Month: What Your Family Tree Says About Your Health
Date: Thu. Nov. 19, 2015
Guest Speaker: Joshua Schiffman M.D. Continue reading