Abrams’ angiography : interventional radiology / editors, Jean-Francois H. Geschwind, Michael D. Dake. Contributors Jessica H. Duman, Khashayar Farsad, John A. Kaufman, Frederick S. Keller, Kenneth J. Kolbeck and Josef Rosch affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University. Case studies in pediatric emergency and critical care ultrasound / edited by David J. McLario, John L. Kendall. Contributor Catherine Erickson affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University. Computational systems biology : from molecular mechanisms … Read More
Archive for 2014
The OHSU Library is now providing access to the PscyTESTS database. Updated monthly, this repository for ready-to-use tests and measures from the APA features instruments that are relevant to psychology and related fields, such as psychiatry, education, medicine, business, social work and more. International in scope, this resource provides access to thousands of actual test instruments, most of which are available for immediate download and use in teaching and research. PsycTESTS is an authoritative source … Read More
The issue of scientific reproducibility has been at the forefront of the news recently, from the Economist highlighting the lack of reliable research in “Trouble at the Lab” to Francis Collin’s recent Nature article describing the NIH’s new policies to improve reproducibility. Recently, Dr. Haendel’s group in the Library published a paper (Vasilevsky et al, 2013, PeerJ) showing that a key component of scientific reproducibility, the ability to identify the research resources used in a … Read More
The OHSU Library will be closed Monday, February 17th, 2014 in observance of Presidents’ Day. The After Hours Study Space will be available for OHSU students, faculty and staff. Remember your ID! The library will resume regular hours on Tuesday, February 18th, 2014. For additional information on library hours see http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/library/about/hours.cfm.
Due to budget constraints the library has made the difficult decision to cancel Books 24×7. We apologize for the loss of this resource. Our decision was based on the cost of the resource and its overall low usage. We recognize that several Books 24×7 titles were well used and we are looking into other options for access. If you would like us to consider purchasing one or more of the Books 24×7 titles, please let us know via … Read More
The OHSU Library will be closed Monday, January 20, 2014 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The After Hours Study Space will be available for OHSU students, faculty and staff. Remember your ID! The library will resume regular hours on Tuesday, January 21. For additional information on library hours see http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/library/about/hours.cfm.
Altchek’s diagnosis and management of ovarian disorders. Contributor Tanja Pejovic affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University. Gynecologic cancers: a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and management / edited by Kunle Odunsi, Tanja Pejovic. Editor Tanja Pejovic and contributors Michelle Berlin, Terry Morgan and Amy Stenson affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University. Introduction to aural rehabilitation / [edited by] Raymond H. Hull. Contributors Dawn Konrad-Martin and Gabrielle Saunders affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University. … Read More
The OHSU library has added sixty eBooks to our Books@Ovid collection. These are mainly recent editions of popular titles such as: Bonica’s management of pain, 4th edition DeVita, Hellman, and Rosenberg’s cancer: principles & practice of oncology, 9th edition Fundamentals of diagnostic radiology, 4th edition Kaplan & Sadock’s comprehensive textbook of psychiatry, 9th edition To browse all 500+ titles available from Books@ Ovid click here. For questions about Books@Ovid or any other eBooks please visit … Read More
The Collaborative Life Sciences Building continues to develop and we wanted to share an update with you. Work has begun on the Learning Resource Center. As part of the Collaborative Life Sciences Building, the Learning Resource Center (LRC) is specifically designed to enable team learning and collaboration in support of interprofessional education. The space is designed to facilitate collaborative study and group learning. There will be a combination of learning environments allowing for quiet studying, … Read More