Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
Advanced PubMed Class
Posted On: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 - 03:30 by Beverly Murphy
Do you want to search for relevant citations in the shortest amount of time? Taught in the new version of PubMed, this class will show you how to effectively use MeSH, subheadings, Boolean operators, filters, MyNCBI, & more! Thu. Feb. 4; 9-10a; ONLINE ONLY. This class is FREE but registration is required.MORE
Clinical Mobile Apps
Posted On: Monday, January 25, 2021 - 09:17 by Sarah Cantrell
In a world where the Medical Library now lives in your hand with many Duke-provided mobile apps, let's make sure you know that:
- The Lexicomp app requires a subscription code (provided via Duke's institutional license). This code changes yearly. Make sure you go to Lexicomp, click on the Mobile App Access button, and follow their instructions to update your subscription code.
- If you are a new to Duke, you may need to let your existing UpToDate subscription lapse prior to setting up your account through the Duke.
- You can get CME/CE earned from UpToDate and DynaMed. These will fulfill MOC CME requirements of some ABMS Member Boards including the ABIM.
- The Library offers the Johns Hopkins ABX...
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Searching CINAHL Effectively
Posted On: Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 02:00 by Beverly Murphy
Posted On: Monday, January 18, 2021 - 20:19 by Beverly Murphy
The Duke Office of Clinical Research (DOCR) sponsors "Research Wednesdays," a series featuring important topics impacting the research community presented by subject matter experts.
Until further notice, the Research Wednesdays series will be held via WebEx ONLY: 1:10 pm – 2:00p. No registrations is required. WebEx meeting details will be sent to the DOCR listserve the Monday prior to the session. To be added to the DOCR listserve, email...MORE
A New Year & New Skills!
Posted On: Friday, December 18, 2020 - 17:11 by Brandi Tuttle
2021 has arrived…finally! Ready to learn some new skills or approaches to your research? Check out our online class schedule on a variety of topics related to database searching, publishing, citation management, productivity tools/apps, research impact, and more. Click here to find class details, dates, and registration information.
Let us help you work smarter, not harder!
Questions? Ask a Librarian!MORE
A Year in Review: 2020 Additions to the Duke University Medical Center Archives
Posted On: Tuesday, December 15, 2020 - 14:42 by Rebecca Williams
The Duke University Medical Center Archives (DUMCA) actively collects the official records of the DUMC and DUHS departments and divisions, including a variety of materials that provide evidence of business, interests, and activities through the years. In doing so, the DUMCA serves as the institutional memory of the DUMC and DUHS by collecting, preserving, and making accessible materials that provide evidence of day to operations. Guided by our collection development policy, we strive to document the intellectual, administrative, social, cultural, and visual history of the DUMC and DUHS in order to provide evidence of past actions and contribute to an understanding of the structure and history of the DUMC and DUHS. See below for a listing of materials added to the DUMCA. The types of... MORE
Archives Reading Room Now Open by Appointment Only
Posted On: Friday, December 11, 2020 - 14:05 by Rebecca Williams
The Duke University Medical Center Archives has been closed to the public since March 13th due to the ongoing pandemic. While we have been able to consult with patrons remotely and provide digital surrogates of materials, we are pleased to announce that our Archives reading room is now re-opened for Duke researchers by appointment only. In order to limit the number of people in our building, we have designated Tuesdays and Thursdays as research days. Please contact us to schedule a visit.
In addition to our normal reading room regulations, we...MORE
Citation Management Tools - Alternatives to EndNote
Posted On: Wednesday, November 25, 2020 - 13:21 by Steph Hendren
Many are familiar with EndNote as a helpful citation management tool that assists with collecting, saving, and citing papers. But sometimes EndNote can feel somewhat cumbersome to use. If you are on the market for a new citation manager, you might want to try out these other options.
Sciwheel (formerly F1000), a Web-based tool, allows you to create and organize a library of citations, discover new literature, and conduct group citing and editing of manuscripts via Google Docs. The browser plugin makes it easy to gather references from around the Web.
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Citing Canceled Conferences on CVs
Posted On: Thursday, November 12, 2020 - 02:12 by Karen Barton
Many conferences and other events have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are some examples of how to cite in APA style on your CV cancelled conferences and presentations or conferences that have been switched to an online format. Note that the text in brackets may include "Conference session," "Paper presentation," "Poster presentation," "Keynote address," and so on. (McAdoo, 2020)
1. The conference is canceled
Tan H., Habib, A., Barton, K.D., Taylor, C.R. (2020, May 13-17). Quadratus lumborum block for postoperative analgesia after cesarean delivery – A systematic review and meta-analysis [Poster presentation]. Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology Annual Meeting, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada...MORE
Stay Up-to-date with Read by QXMD or Researcher!
Posted On: Friday, October 16, 2020 - 09:05 by Sarah Cantrell
Feel like you are missing important articles? Struggling to stay up-to-date with your favorite journals? Want easier access to the full text articles on your mobile phone? Tools like Read by QxMD or Researcher allow you to create personalized feeds of the research that matters to you. They're mobile-friendly, free, and set up is easy!
- For Read by QxMD, make sure...
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Your Library Liaisons are Here to Help
Posted On: Monday, September 28, 2020 - 01:16 by Beverly Murphy
What are Library Liaisons?
In order to better serve Duke University and the Health System, librarians at the Medical Center Library & Archives have been assigned to work with specific departments or groups. If you do not see your program listed but you would like to work with a librarian, please contact Sarah Cantrell, Associate Director for Research and Education, at 919.660.1131.
What can Library Liaisons do?
• Meet with you by phone, email, WebEx or Zoom
• Guest lecture in your class or journal club
• Integrate evidence-based practice and information literacy into your course or curriculum
• Collaborate on systematic reviews of...
Website Usability Survey (We Need Your Help!)
Posted On: Friday, September 25, 2020 - 01:50 by Beverly Murphy
Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives would like to know your thoughts about our Website to help inform our continued redesign efforts. Please help us by taking a few minutes to share your feedback! All responses are anonymous and will be kept confidential. Thank You!
Wiley Researcher Academy
Posted On: Thursday, September 24, 2020 - 23:34 by Leila Ledbetter
Writing and publishing articles can be challenging. Obstacles to getting published include lack of time to write, not knowing the right journal to send your manuscript to, and lack of familiarity with the entire research to writing process. Few researchers are formally taught about the publication process. To address this, the Medical Center Library & Archives, in partnership with Wiley Researcher Academy, offers online instruction on over a dozen topics in publishing.
Wiley Researcher Academy is a modular, self-paced online learning program for early career researchers who wish to develop their expertise and understanding of the scientific...MORE
F1000 Is Now Sciwheel
Posted On: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 17:39 by Beverly Murphy
The F1000 family of products (F1000Workspace, F1000Prime and F1000Research) has evolved as a way to discover, read, annotate, write, and share scientific research and is now known as Sciwheel. This change was effective in April 2020 and does have some implications for our users.
Sciwheel is available for free to all Duke University faculty, staff, and students. However, it does require a user to log in from the campus network every 60 days to verify institutional affiliation. If you are experiencing difficulties doing this because you are...MORE
Library Spaces Have Reopened
Posted On: Monday, August 17, 2020 - 23:11 by Beverly Murphy
Designated seats in the Medical Center Library & Archives are now available for individual reservation, Monday – Friday, from 9a to 4p for Duke Health badge holders. To reserve a seat, connect to Seat & Space Bookings and follow instructions. From this page, you may make a new reservation, take possession of your reserved seat, and check out when you are ready to leave.MORE