New Icon Testing

May 31, 2012

DML is testing a new link resolver and icon. The icon will look like this and has already started to appear in CINAHL.

Full Text Icon

The icon will be slowly unrolled into Ovid and PubMed MEDLINE, and ultimately, all DML databases. If you experience any problems with the new icon and service, please report your issue to a DML Librarian.



JAMA Online Access

May 17, 2012

UPDATE 5/23/12: All links should be working properly. Thanks for your patience.

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From today (5/17/12) until next Monday (5/21/12), there may be difficulty with accessing several online journals through the American Medical Association (AMA), primarily from off-campus.

AMA has migrated their journals to a new network and we are currently updating all of the library’s databases and links. Below are several of the journals and their direct links. Please note, that you will not be able to access the below journals from off-campus because the authentication is not yet working for the new URLs. UPDATE (5/18/12): The below URLS are now working from off-campus.

JAMA
Archives of Internal Medicine
Archives of Surgery
Archives of Neurology

We apologize for any inconvenience. If you have any access issues, questions, or comments, please contact a DML Librarian.


Visual Resources

May 3, 2012

If you are looking for images or videos in the DML collection, here are a few select online resources to which Georgetown University subscribes:

  • MD Consult
    • Search over 50,000 photos, tables, and graphs from MD Consult’s collection of Medical eBooks.
  • AccessMedicine
    • Search or browse many videos and images in their collection. Videos are organized by system, e.g. Cardiovascular System, Reproductive System, etc.
  • Nursing Consult
    • Search over 8,000 images from their eBook collection.
  • Essential Evidence Plus Derm Expert
    • This module features nearly 1,000 images to help guide you through the diagnosis of dermatological conditions. Also, in some of the EE+ Essential Evidence Topics (e.g. DVT) , you can find videos under the “Resources” tab.
  • SpringerImages(Includes Images.MD) This resource has been canceled.
    • Compiles over 50,000 high-quality images spanning all of internal medicine. Each image is accompanied by detailed and informative text written by over 2,000 contributing experts. Register for a free account to create slide sets and convert them to PowerPoint presentations. They also have a free iOS app.
  • Filmakers Library Online
    • Stream documentaries on many topics including Health and Medicine.

Anatomy:

Other Options

  • MedlinePlus has a plethora of surgical procedures videos.
  • You can limit your search in ScienceDirect to images
  • Try searching within various eBook Atlases; browse all of our eBooks alphabetically
  • Images from the History of Medicine(from the National Library of Medicine)
    • The collection includes nearly 70,000 images, including portraits, photographs, caricatures, genre scenes, posters, and graphic art illustrating the social and historical aspects of medicine dated from the 15th to 21st century.

If you are looking for images for a specific topic and would like assistance, please feel free to Ask a DML Librarian!