Gary Atwood, MLS will be presenting the Dana Medical Library’s Funding to Publication series which has been updated with some classic workshops and has added new ones on data management and journal publishing. Everything kicks off on September 9th & 10th with Nancy Bianchi’s “Which MedLine Should I Use? Finding the Best Fit” workshop. The rest of the schedule includes:
• Sept.16 & 17 – Finding Grant Opportunities: The Search Process with Hilda Alajajian, MLS
Learn how to use Pivot to identify potential funding opportunities, set up automated funding alerts, and find collaborators. We will also highlight other grantsmanship tools available for UVM faculty and students.
• Sept. 23 & 24 – Managing References with EndNote with Gary Atwood, MSLIS
Learn to create an EndNote library, download and organize records from online databases, and insert citations directly into a manuscript. Designed for new EndNote users.
• Sept. 30 & Oct. 1 – The Simplified Data Management Plan with Donna O’Malley, MLS
Examine the recommended elements of a data management plan and review resources at UVM that can help with data management planning. Sample data management plans will be provided.
• Oct. 7 &8 – Journal Publishing with Donna O’Malley, MLS
Learn how to find and evaluate journals for publishing your research. Attendees should bring a research topic of interest to the workshop.
Registration is required for all workshops. Please fill out the form located at http://go.uvm.edu/ujwxf. If you have more questions about Funding to Publication or library workshops in general, please contact Gary Atwood at email@example.com or (802) 656-4488.
Borrowing items from the Library can help you out when you have forgotten your gear at home.
Our Library staff members can help with assorted items that you might need. We offer the following list :
White Boards and markers
Power Cords for your laptop
A pen for your Notebook
A computer mouse
All of these items are ready, available and easy to sign out. Please ask about any of these items at the Circulation desk.
– For more information contact the Circulation Desk at 802-656-2200.
VisualDx has added a quiz to their mobile app for the iPhone and iPad where you can test your knowledge on visual presentations of disease. Play for review or play competitively against peers in your field. To access the quiz, you need to install the latest version of the VisualDx app for iOS. See our mobile apps guide (http://researchguides.uvm.edu/mobile) for instructions on how to download and authenticate the app.
– For more information contact Alice Stokes at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Circulation Desk has moved to its original location at the front of the Library and the Reference Desk will continue to stay where it is as construction continues. Patrons will be able to ask questions of the circulation desk staff during Library hours. The Reference Desk will be open from 10 am to 4 pm during the week and 9 am to 9 pm on weekends.
Please check back to the website http://library.uvm.edu/dana daily to see knew updates about the construction and the events going on within the Library.
– for more information please call the Circulation desk at 802-656-2200
The collection of College of Medicine yearbooks is now available for viewing and research on the UVM Scholarworks website. The yearbooks that were digitized were from the years 1952 to 1967. Also, College of Medicine catalogs ranging from 1860 to 1993 were included in the project and can be accessed at the website as well. Funded by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (New England Region), Dana Medical Library staff were able to start the project. Donna O’Malley, the Library Associate Professor and Systems Coordinator for the Dana Medical Library oversaw the process. The collections of yearbooks and catalogs are a great resource for exploring the history and evolution of the UVM College of Medicine.
Construction work has begun in the Dana Medical Library and will continue to the middle of September. We are excited to see the transition to the Larner classroom for Active Learning and a new Learning Commons for the wider health sciences community. Construction workers have been working diligently on renovation while patrons are able use the back of the library for research and study. Here is a photo to see the space that is available to patrons. We would love your comments and feedback and you can leave that information on our website by clicking on the “Your Feedback” button.
UpToDate now has icons (pictured above) to get you to UVM’s journals even faster.
Look for the “Find It @ UVM” or PubMed icon. If UVM has access to the article, when you click on the icon, you will see the full text immediately. If UVM does not have access to the journal, you will be given the option to request the article through Interlibrary Loan. And don’t hesitate to use ILL: often a pdf of the article will be emailed directly to you in less than 72 hours.
-For more information contact the circulation desk at 656-2200
Dana Medical Library Summer hours begin on Saturday, June 21, 2014. These hours are in effect through Sunday, August 17, 2014. Fall hours resume Monday, August 18th, 2014.
Monday-Thursday 8 am – 10 pm
Friday 8 am – 7 pm
Saturday 9 am – 7 pm
Sunday 9 am – 10pm
Independence Day Holiday
July 4 – closed (UVM Holiday)
July 5 – 9 am to 5 pm
July 6 – 9 am to 5 pm
Regular hours will resume Monday August 18, 2014.
summertime photo by reenoreluv used in accordance with the Creative Commons license.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, abbreviated as DSM-5, is the 2013 update to the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) classification and diagnostic tool. In the United States the DSM serves as a universal authority for psychiatric diagnosis. Treatment recommendations, as well as payment by health care providers, are often determined by DSM classifications, so the appearance of a new version has significant practical importance.
The DSM-5 was published on May 18, 2013, superseding the DSM-IV-TR, which was published in 2000 classifications. In most respects DSM-5 is not greatly changed from DSM-IV-TR. Notable changes include dropping Asperger syndrome as a distinct classification; loss of subtype classifications for variant forms of schizophrenia; dropping the “bereavement exclusion” for depressive disorders; a revised treatment and naming of gender identity disorder to gender dysphoria, and removing the A2 criterion for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) because its requirement for specific emotional reactions to trauma did not apply to combat veterans and first responders with PTSD.
You can access the online DSM-5 at: http://dsm.psychiatryonline.org/book.aspx?bookid=556.
The Dana Medical Library is your library, and whether you prefer to use the library’s networked study spaces or to access cutting-edge electronic resources from your FAHC desktop, we can meet your clinical research needs.
Here are a few of the things we can do for you.
A sampling of clinical resources for residents:
- UpToDate Describes the clinical manifestations of a wide variety of disorders and provides current options for diagnosis, management and therapy, including the efficacy, doses, and interactions of individual drugs. PDA downloads available.
- DynaMed Provides clinically-organized summaries for nearly 2000 topics, is updated daily and monitors the content of over 500 medical journals. Systematic and evidence-based. PDA downloads available.
- Cochrane Database The “gold standard” for Evidence-Based Reviews. A full-text database with links to the literature.
- Journals The Dana Medical Library has over 5000 health sciences journal subscriptions, over 4700 of which are available online.
- Plus, PubMed customized for FAHC/UVM, and many more databases.
The Dana Medical Library has an active Liaison Program whereby a professional Health Sciences Librarian is assigned to each residency specialty. Your Library Liaison can assist you with any of your information needs. A few examples of Liaison activities include:
- Assisting with Journal Clubs;
- Setting up alerting services;
- Help in preparing content for Grand Rounds, M&Ms or white papers;
- Providing instruction and assistance with knowledge management tools like EndNote;
- Literature searching;
- Mobile resource troubleshooting;
- Consulting on PowerPoint, literature searching and questions for Grand Rounds presentations.
- InterLibrary Loan (656-4382): Borrow books or journal articles from other libraries for free via online form at http://library.uvm.edu/dana/services/ill/.
- Document Delivery (656-2653): Request articles from Dana’s journal collection to be sent directly to your email account http://library.uvm.edu/dana/services/ill/.
- Reference (656-2201): Request literature searches; verify citations; receive searching assistance.
- Off-Site Access FAHC Residents and Fellows can obtain off site access to networked resources, including most of Dana’s online databases, journals, and books, through FAHC’s network.
- In-Dana Access The Dana Library computer workstations are available to you with the use of a password; ask at Circulation or Reference for assistance. Dana also has an electronic classroom and conference room that can be scheduled up to two weeks in advance. Call 656-0695 to schedule.
-For more information contact the circulation desk at 656-2200