MD Consult now allows direct access without Campus Key login for Jeffersonians who are on campus. Other enhancements include: A new image database PDFs of full text (not just HTML versions) A “check JEFFLINE” link to full text of thousands of our e-journal subscriptions Optional personal accounts to customize advanced features like patient handouts, saved [...]
Archive for January, 2007
Abstracting and indexing database Scopus, part of STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, recently announced that it has reached agreement with several publishers and societies to deepen researchers’ access to historical content. Springer, Nature Publishing Group, the American Physical Society, and the American Institute of Physics are participating. Scopus will significantly increase the number of abstracts dating [...]
JEFFLINE now provides access to the New England Journal of Medicine directly from the publisher, instead of through Journals@Ovid. This version provides unrestricted access, earlier availability of new issues, audio summaries of articles and podcasts, video and image-based special materials, physician job listings and the NEJM Career Center, a mobile-friendly searchable version, and RSS feeds [...]
The UK PubMed Central (UKPMC), a new online resource to promote free access to research and further biomedical discovery, has gone live and is now freely available. Based on a model currently used in the US, UKPMC will provide free access to an online digital archive of peer-reviewed research papers in the medical and life [...]
From the press release: BioMed Central, a leading open access publisher, has launched BMC Systems Biology, the first open access journal focused solely on the entire emerging subject of systems biology. A peer-reviewed online journal, BMC Systems Biology has just published its first articles online at www.biomedcentral.com/bmcsystbiol.Â BMC Systems Biology publishes research articles describing systems-level [...]
From a recent issue of the Mt. Sinai Journal of Medicine, Grand Rounds section: “Over the last two decades, changes in technology have allowed academic medical center libraries to bring the world of biomedical information to the physician’s computer desktop. Because digital libraries have grown so rapidly and in so many ways, some clinicians may [...]
JEFFSelects, your online reference collection, has added a new section for the field of emergency medicine. For quick access to e-books, e-journals, drug references, images, funding opportunities and more, bookmark jeffline.jefferson.edu/SML/JEFFSelects/emergency.html or choose JEFFSelects from the Scott Library menus on JEFFLINE.