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WHAT'S NEW

SCOPUS (trial)

Click here to access the Scopus trial, available until Nov. 5, 2020

Scopus is designed to serve the research information needs of researchers, educators, administrators, students and librarians across the entire academic community.  Whether searching for specific information or browsing topics, authors, journals or books, Scopus provides precise entry points to peer-reviewed literature in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities.

  • Researchers
    • Searching for relevant topics/articles during the literature review phase
    • Deciding where to publish – analyze the top journals and authors in your discipline
    • Finding information to support your grant or other applications
    • Exploring how many citations an article or author has received, and identifying potential collaborators
    • Discovering who is citing you
    • Using APIs to showcase citation counts for your work
  • Educators and Students
    • Finding resources to complement course materials; locating articles and images to enhance lectures and engage students' interest
    • Identifying articles to inform the literature review process and support development of research papers and these 

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NEW ON ACCESSMEDICINE  (October, 2020)

KNOOP, K. J., STACK, L. B., STORROW, A. B., & THURMAN, R. J. (2021). The ATLAS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE. New York: McGraw-Hill Education.

CHANG, A. (2020). CURRENT DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT GERIATRICS, 3/e. Place of publication not identified: MCGRAW-HILL EDUCATION.

KATZUNG, B. G. (2020). BASIC AND CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY. S.l.: MCGRAW-HILL EDUCATION.

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REQUIRED TEXTS AVAILABLE AS E-BOOKS

To help facilitate access, there is now a link in both the E-Books and E-Resources tab to all the required texts that are available as e-books.  The list is arranged by semester then by course and includes a link directly to the book.

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