Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Location: Street Level Conference Room
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Provider: University of Iowa, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences
Descriptions: A gallery of permission-free images of dermatologic manifestations of diseases and conditions, provided by the University of Iowa. For mobile access to Hardin MD, go to http://hardinmd.lib.uiowa.edu/m/index.html
Keywords: disease, images, medicine, mobile access
Descriptions: Diigo (said to stand for Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff) began as a simple, free bookmarking tool, but now includes features that enable sharing and collaboration, page archiving and public or private sticky-note style annotation. Mobile applications are available, along with browser toolbars. Educators can apply for free access to a premium version with features helpful in the classroom setting. Instructions for migrating from Delicious are posted on the site.
Keywords: collaborative, mobile access, social networking, Web tools
Descriptions: This is a free searchable database of medical abbreviations and acronyms on a site that also includes a medical dictionary and other resources.
Keywords: anatomy, dictionary, education, glossary of terms, medicine, mobile access, nursing, open access, PDA access, pharmacy, student
Provider: Truven Health Analytics
Contents: drug monographs, full text, protocols, summaries
Access Level: Licensed, On-Site Visitor, TMC Academic User
Descriptions: Micromedex is a quick and in-depth source of information on drugs, toxins and natural/herbal products. Each component of Micromedex addresses a broad subject area: medication safety, disease management and treatment (both general and emergency medicine), patient education, toxicology, laboratory tests. Each broad category is fed by a cluster of relevant databases. Each category is accessible in tabs on every page, and affords the user a drop-down choice to narrow a search to a specific database, or a specific topic. Drug interaction information, various calculator tools, a neonatal drug resource (NeoFax), a database of international drug information (Index Nominum), MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) and more additional resources are included. Please Note: Micromedex is licensed to us for academic and training use only. Application of this subscription to affect outcomes in any actual clinical setting, whether a laboratory or a care facility, is strictly prohibited by the terms of our license. Please comply with this restriction. NOTE: Micromedex may lag with being up to date with new browser versions. Try the Chrome or Safari browsers if you have trouble with IE or Firefox after a new release, or run in compatibility mode.
Keywords: drugs, emergency medicine, evidence-based, herbs, mobile access, pesticides, pharmaceutical, pharmacology, pharmacy, reproductive health, tests, toxicology, toxins, trademark