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McGraw-Hill’s Access Surgery and OMMBID are back in our Library’s collection!
New Series Titles for 2018:
Advances in Cancer Research (2014-present–Elsevier)
Advances in Virus Research (2014-present–Elsevier)
Methods in Microbiology (2014-present–Elsevier)
New Journals for 2018 — Indexed in PubMed and available via OneSearch:
Taylor and Francis Library Package (1997-Present): Over 2,000 journals in Medicine, Social Science, Humanities, Science and Technology.
Single Title Additions:
Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (1996-Present–Physician’s Postgraduate Press)
Journal or Graduate Medical Education (2009-Present–Allen Press)
American Journal of Perinatology (2000-Present–Thieme)
American Journal of Neuroradiology (1980-Present—Amer. Society for Neuroradiology)
AccessMedicine’s Case Files® Collection from McGraw-Hill Education. Updated regularly, this collection helps students learn and apply basic science and clinical medicine concepts in the context of realistic patient cases. To learn more, please see the McGraw-Hill tutorial.
The TMC Library subscribes to the full suite of JoVE video sections: Behavior, Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Biology, Cancer Research, Chemistry, Developmental Biology, Engineering, Environment, Genetics, Immunology and Infection, Medicine and Neuroscience.
Journals of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) removed from Clinical Key:
JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging
JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions
JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology
JACC: Heart Failure
The American College of Cardiology has increased their journal prices, which has required Elsevier to remove their family of journals from Science Direct and Clinical Key. These titles are now accessible only by payment of a separate subscription fee. While the TMC Library does not currently have the funds required to pay Elsevier a separate fee for these titles, articles may be ordered via Interlibrary Loan. Recommendations for additional funding to the Library to support the reinstatement of these titles should be directed to your department chair.