Tip: Finding Full Text

June 11, 2014

One question we hear frequently is:  how do I get the full text of an article? The two main things to remember are:

1. Always start from the library website
2. From the article citation, always select the red “Find Text @ UR” button

Example of Citation in CINAHL

Example of Citation with Find Text button in CINAHL

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Why start from the library website? Because when you access databases using library links, you will be connected to our journal subscriptions – otherwise you will be limiting yourself to what’s available for free online.

Most of the time you will be linked directly to the article. Find and select the “PDF” icon and the article will open.
Sometimes…
You will be taken to the library catalog. Look in the center of the Find Text @UR window for:
• A link to the electronic journal, OR
• Special instructions, OR
• Text indicating the article is NOT available electronically.
NOTE: If the article is not available electronically, you can order it through interlibrary loan. Happy searching!


New Occupational Therapy Books

October 31, 2013

Two new Occupational Therapy titles at Williams Library. If you’d like to find more information about a book, or see if it is available, click on the  image and it will take you to the book’s catalog record.

Occupational Therapy in Acute Care

 

Older Adults with Low Vision

Older Adults with Low Vision


New Family Medicine Books

July 10, 2013

We have a batch of new books and here are our new Family Medicine titles. If you’d like to find more information about a book or see if it is available, click on the link below an image and it will take you to the book’s catalog record.

The Family Medicine Handbook, 5th ed.

The Family Medicine Handbook, 5th ed.

Tell me more about this book.

Swanson's Family Medicine Review, 7th ed.

Swanson’s Family Medicine Review, 7th ed.

Tell me more about this book.

Griffith's Instructions for Patients, 8th ed.

Griffith’s Instructions for Patients, 8th ed.

Is this book available now?

Procedures for Primary Care, 3rd ed.

Is this book available now?


The books are in!

May 21, 2013

Take a look at our latest titles below!

Design and analysis of experiments in the health sciences
Pfenninger & Fowler’s procedures for primary care
Swanson’s family medicine review : a problem-oriented approach
Evidence synthesis for decision making in healthcare
Gerontological nursing : review and resource manual

 

 

 


New Books at Williams Library!

May 31, 2012

We’ve added new books to the print collection at Williams Health Sciences Library. Please feel free to come down and browse and perhaps check something out!

Here are a couple of examples of some new titles that are aimed at students but also have a broader appeal:

Building a medical vocabulary: with Spanish translations

Image of Book Cover I chose this book mostly because it advertised that each chapter presents Spanish terms related to the chapter content. It also has Appendices of Spanish-English translations of common medical terms, and a “Quick Reference” for Spanish-Speaking clients that include pronunciation guides.

Now that I have the book in my hands I see that it’s got a lot of blank spaces for people to write in.

All I ask is that you photocopy the pages you want to use!

101 Things to do with spare moments on the ward

Image of Book CoverOne reviewer called this book, “a concentrated portfolio of advice for students and professionals everywhere.” I chose it because it seems like the kind of book that endeavors to make learning fun and interesting.

There’s even a website where you can submit your own ideas for “hidden learning opportunities”: www.101things.org

For those of you who might be thinking, “Spare moments? What spare moments?” I encourage you to glance through this book with an eye for activities that might make your work life easier.

Check back here for future posts about other new books in the Williams Health Sciences Library.

Posted by Lorraine Porcello.


New titles on PFCC, Neurology and more

June 16, 2011

At last summer is here, in addition to a new season, we also have some new titles at Williams, you’ll find them in the “New Books” section: 

Published by Planetree, this book is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the principles and application of Patient-Centered Care. Plaintree, Inc ©2009  Check the library catalog for availability 

 

 

A symptoms-based approach to clinical neurology this book details therapy and treatment  for neurologic diseases  and conditions. This 7th edition includes updated neurobiology sections and use of current neuroimaging modalities. Lange /McGraw Hill ©2009. Check the library catalog for availability.

 

Green, Jacqueline M, Chiaramida, Anthony.
A step-by step workbook for interpretation of 12-Lead EKG’s. Beginning with basic anatomy and physiology, subsequent sections instruct on methods for measurements, common clinical arrhythmias, conduction abnormalities and ischemic disorderand non-ischemic disorders such as myocardial infarction and hypertrophy. The authors have over 20 years experience in cardiac instruction.

Intended for medical and nursing students, practicing nurses, or for those who wish to refresh their knowledge.  Springer Publishing Co. ©2010 Check the library catalog for availability.

See additional new titles…


New Standards of Practice from the Infusion Nurses Society

January 28, 2011

The Infusion Nurses Society (INS ) has released their 2011 edition of Infusion Nursing Standards Practice. New content includes standards on central vascular access device malposition, air and catheter embolism and more. All standards are reviewed, revised and updated with references from their supporting evidence base. The standards are issued as the January/February supplement to the INS official journal, Journal of Infusion Nursing.

This supplement can be found in the library on the new journal issue shelf under Journal of Infusion Nursing.


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