Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
February 2021 Archive
EndNote 20 is Here
Posted On: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 - 14:27 by Sarah Cantrell
EndNote 20, a citation management tool, is now available to download from Duke OIT. The primary goal of the update was to create a new interface design that would be more intuitive for users to operate. The result is a more modern, less cluttered program.
In addition to the interface update, EndNote 20 has made the deduplication of references easier by allowing users to search by DOI and PMCID (note: not PMID) during the deduplication process. Further, there are changes to how one views and annotates PDFs.
Upgrading from EndNote X9 to EndNote 20
If you’re in the middle of a paper or project, we advise waiting to upgrade until the project is completed....MORE
Categories: Resource Updates
American Heart Association E-Books (ACLS, BLS, PALS)
Posted On: Thursday, February 11, 2021 - 17:29 by Beverly Murphy
The Medical Center iIbrary & Archives offers electronic access to ACLS, BLS and PALS which are licensed for six simultaneous users.
Note: Please be sure to log out when you are done so others can get access.MORE
Rx Coloring Break q.d.
Posted On: Thursday, February 11, 2021 - 16:59 by Brandi Tuttle
While we are always happy to help you conduct a search of the medical literature to see if coloring mandalas can reduce anxiety or if coloring can increase mindfulness, we can also provide you with some freely available coloring books! We invite you to grab some coloring pencils or markers (or your tablet!) and sit down for five or ten minutes today and be fully present in the now.MORE
Duke Medical Center Archives Spotlight on Black History at Duke Health
Posted On: Tuesday, February 9, 2021 - 10:50 by Rebecca Williams
With the events of the past year, it has probably become clichéd to say that “we are living in historic times”. However, as we celebrate Black History Month this year, the reality of systemic racism and injustice is forefront in many of our minds. An important first step to addressing systemic racism is learning more about how race and racism is embedded in our history, including that of Duke Health. The Duke University Medical Center Archives seeks to preserve materials that document the history of Duke Health and make them available for research and education. For example, we have been actively capturing and preserving the 2020 Moments to Movement programs... MORE