Online Exhibit "Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 Flu Pandemic"

2018-05-08 08:39:13

[caption id="attachment_10835" align="alignright" width="300"] Poster of Red Cross nurse with a gauze mask over her nose and mouth, published by the Illustrated Current (New Haven, Connecticut) in October 1918, the height of the influence pandemic.[/caption] “Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 Flu Pandemic” is a new online…


Build Your Scholarly Reputation with an ORCID iD

2018-01-30 14:17:10

Researchers can build their own scholarly reputation and ensure they get credit for all of their work through the ORCID iD system. The ORCID team at UNC’s University Libraries has been working with the UNC Office of Research to bring ORCID iD and its benefits to UNC researchers.…


Ovid announces downtimes for resources

2017-08-22 13:14:51

Ovid has announced the following infrastructure updates and resulting downtimes for their products. Please, see below for details about the affected products/components and expected downtime. The following tools will experience a downtime of up to 2 hours, beginning Thursday, 8/24, at 11 AM EDT. Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Tools JBI…


Accelerate your systematic review

2017-11-01 08:24:35

The Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce that it now has an institutional site license for Covidence! Covidence is a web-based software platform that streamlines systematic reviews, significantly reducing the time and effort required to get your reviews done. It can also be used in the classroom as a…


Collection Highlights: New York Academy of Medicine Collection of International Medical Theses

2017-10-11 10:06:02

This collection, acquired from the New York Academy of Medicine, consists of approximately 200,000 theses in multiple languages from leading medical schools throughout the world, ranging in date from 1801 to the early 1980s. Europe is well represented, with many theses originating from universities in Germany, France, the Netherlands, Spain,…


RefWorks access changes coming August 31, 2017

2017-09-05 07:49:20

All access to RefWorks that you have obtained through UNC Libraries will cease after August 31, 2017. What you need to do: Do not use RefWorks to insert citations in writing projects that may still be in draft stage after August 31 of this year. Identify content that is currently…


New Guide to Help Address National Opioid Epidemic

2017-01-11 10:30:30

In response to the national opioid addiction crisis, the Health Sciences Library has created an Opioid Dependence Resource Guide for clinicians. The guide, which launched in early September but will be regularly updated, features research, clinical guidelines, continuing education courses, and other resources related to opioid addiction. "This opioid dependence…


Try out NEJM Journal Watch

2016-12-16 13:34:04

Overwhelmed by the massive numbers of new articles published every day? The Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce a new subscription to NEJM Journal Watch. NEJM Journal Watch filters the latest medical research developments placed in a clinically relevant context. The most important research, medical news, drug information, public…


Try out the Board Vitals Shelf Exams

2016-12-16 13:34:29

Get ready for your NBME clerkship exams – use Board Vitals’ Shelf Exam self-quizzes to study wherever you are. Use this mobile-friendly resource to access thousands of multiple choice questions (just like on the exams!), vignettes, and long form questions. Each response will pull up a detailed response showing the…


JoVE has a new mobile app for Apple and Android

2016-12-16 13:34:41

UNC Chapel Hill has a number of subscriptions available from the Journal of Visualized Experiments, and they are now available to you on the most common mobile platforms. Watch JoVE's videos, save your favorites, and create alerts for new videos on your iPhone, iPad, and Android tablet or smartphone. Visit…


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