Tag Archives: NLM
Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) is pleased to present the latest traveling exhibition from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health and the Folger Shakespeare Library: And there’s the Humor of it: Shakespeare and the Four Humors On display July 26 – September 2, 2016 Upper Level, EHSL Please mark your […]
Dr. Donald A. B. Lindberg will give this year’s Reed M. Gardner Lecture on the topic of “Unsolved Problems in Medical Informatics” on Thursday, 3/22/12 at the Eccles Institute of Human Genetics Auditorium, beginning with a meet-n-greet at 3:30 pm.
As reported Friday in the NLM Technical Bulletin, PubMed Central has an updated user interface. Specific improvements include: A revamped homepage, which offers better navigation through the site as well as direct access to resources such as the Users’ Guide and NIH Public Access information Redesigned Advanced Search and Limits pages An updated search results […]
Eccles Library was recently awarded a five-year contract to host the National Library of Medicine’s National Training Center (NTC). Our own Sharon Dennis worked long and hard to put together a successful proposal, and will now lead the effort to make this a reality. We are currently hiring for a Trainer / Curriculum and Content […]
As reported on the MidContinental Region News blog: Tune in Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 9am MT, 1-am CT, as Professional Development Award winner, Lenora Kinzie presents. Lenora received funding from the NN/LM MCR to attend Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-Based Practice for Medical Librarians at Dartmouth College in August 2010. She will share […]
MeSH, the NLM’s controlled vocabulary thesaurus, turns 50 in November. Watch the video cast by Robert Braude, PhD, on “The impact of the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) vocabulary on access to biomedical information.”
The National Library of Medicine has updated its web page that explains “the various research funding support tags that are searchable in PubMed.”
The National Library of Medicine has posted more than four hours of video presentations from MLA 2010 on its website — all for free! The MCR News blog offers a short list of the latest additions, and you can find the entire list on the NLM website under “Distance Education Program Resources.” Check it out!