Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
February 2020 Archive
Keep up with the literature with Read by QXMD or Researcher!
Posted On: Monday, February 24, 2020 - 12:04 by Samantha Kaplan
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!
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New NIHMS System for Public Access Policy Compliance
Posted On: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 16:10 by Karen Barton
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is in the process of updating many of its research support tools for improvements in navigation, usability, and more. The NIH Manuscript Submission (NIHMS) system is the latest tool to see changes, which went into effect on January 23, 2020. NIHMS facilitates the submission of peer-reviewed manuscripts for inclusion in the PubMed Central (PMC) database in support of the NIH Public Access Policy. NIHMS also supports the public access policies of other organizations and government agencies.Here's what's notably new in NIHMS:
- "My Manuscripts" menu...
Categories: Resource Updates
Black History Month: A Medical Perspective-Mossell
Posted On: Monday, February 10, 2020 - 00:31 by Beverly Murphy
Black History Month: A Medical Perspective-Williams
Posted On: Wednesday, February 5, 2020 - 00:05 by Beverly Murphy
Medical Center Archives Acquires Onyekwere E. Akwari Papers
Posted On: Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 15:21 by Rebecca Williams
This blog post was contributed by Archives Intern McKenzie Long
The Duke University Medical Center Archives (DUMCA) is excited to announce the acquisition of the Onyekwere E. Akwari Papers, a collection that documents the personal life and professional career of Dr. Onyekwere E. Akwari, a Nigerian-American and the first African-American surgeon at Duke University.
Dr. Akwari was the son of Theophilus Akwari, an export-import business owner, and Ngarasi Christiana Ukegbu, the owner and operator of numerous local shops. He was raised in Abia State, Nigeria as the oldest of eight children. In 1962, shortly after Nigeria declared its independence from...MORE