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EndNote Desktop: Sharing libraries and collaborating on research papers

Apr 20, 2021

Ways to Share EndNote Desktop Library 1. EndNote X9 Group Sharing You can share your EndNote library (or groups) through EndNote Desktop Pros: Read/write access, easy Cons: The sharer can only share (sync) one library, the share-ee can have multiple libraries shared with them, make sure to finish syncing before closing the library, everyone needs to have an EndNote online account   2. Compress and send an EndNote library (or group) through email or Box Compress and send your... Read More

Yale Library Self-Checkout now available!

Apr 15, 2021

By Dana Haugh
Yale Library has a new app that allows you to checkout materials right from your mobile device! Simply download the app onto your Android or iOS device, sign in with your NetID and password, and start scanning. Download the app: Android  •  iOS The app is available for current Yale students, faculty and staff and can only be used while on campus. How it Works Download the free "Yale Library Self-Checkout" app from your app store. 1. Open the app and click "Start." 2. Sign in with your... Read More

Sage Business Cases - Resource Trial

Apr 1, 2021

By Lindsay Barnett
The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library has arranged for a free trial to Sage Business Cases!  The trial runs through April 30, 2021.   SAGE Business Cases provides faculty, students and researchers with unlimited access to more than 3,650 authoritative cases from over 100 countries.  These interdisciplinary cases represent subjects such as entrepreneurship, accounting, healthcare management, leadership, social enterprise, and more. Please click here for cases related to healthcare management.

Women's Leadership Resource Library

Mar 31, 2021

By Melissa Funaro
In support of women leaders at the Yale School of Medicine, Prasanna Ananth, MD, MPH, a member of the School of Medicine Committee on the Status of Women (SWIM), has been collaborating with Melissa Funaro, Clinical Research & Education Librarian from the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, on the Women’s Leadership Resource Library. The electronic library is designed to help women in medicine elevate their leadership skills, through curated content on teamwork, mentoring, negotiation, time... Read More

Taking Note of Medical Education: exploring 16th to early 19th century medical education

Mar 19, 2021

By Melissa Grafe
The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library is pleased to announce that volumes from our manuscript collection, focused on medical education, are now available online! The effort to digitize these volumes and make them freely available worldwide was generously funded by the Arcadia Fund. The Historical Library holds a collection of volumes handwritten between the sixteenth and early nineteenth centuries documenting medical education in multiple ways. Student notes of medical lectures show transmission... Read More

Medical Library awarded 2021 Research Advancement in Health Sciences Librarianship Award

Mar 12, 2021

By Dana Haugh
The Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 Research Advancement in Health Sciences Librarianship Award from the Medical Library Association. This award recognizes organizations “whose exemplary actions have served to advance health information research and evidence-based practice in health sciences libraries… and have created and sustained a culture of research that… has contributed significantly to clinical, educational, research, or... Read More

NIH Living Textbook of Pragmatic Clinical Trials: New Content on Research Data

Mar 8, 2021

By Sawyer Newman
  The Living Textbook of Pragmatic Clinical Trials is a collection of knowledge from the NIH Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory. This free web-accessed resource reflects a collection of special considerations and best practices in the design, conduct, and reporting of pragmatic clinical trials and is organized to follow the linear progression of these stages. Within this resource, special attention is nowgiven to the utilization and redistribution of research data by having dedicated... Read More

SPARC’s Federal Data Sharing Policy Resource Update Released

Mar 1, 2021

By Sawyer Newman
SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) has launched an update to its Federal Data Sharing Policy Resource. This update distills the latest changes in the US federal agencies’ data sharing policy requirements to make them more easily and quickly understandable.  SPARC works to enable open sharing of research outputs and educational materials in order to democratize access to knowledge. This update supports open data by providing clear and compiled information on data... Read More

Library to Cover All Publishing Fees for PLOS Journals

Feb 24, 2021

By Lindsay Barnett
Yale University Library has entered into 2 unique membership agreements with PLOS, an open access publisher of high quality journals in science and medicine. These 3-year commitments will waive article processing charges (APCs) for Yale-affiliated authors publishing in PLOS journals! This includes all existing PLOS titles: PLOS Biology, PLOS Medicine, PLOS One, PLOS Computational Biology, PLOS Pathogens, PLOS Genetics, and PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, as well as any new PLOS publications... Read More

New online exhibition: “Materiality, Fragility, and Loss in the Medical Archive”

Feb 3, 2021

By Melissa Grafe
The Historical Library is pleased to announce a new online exhibition showing items you might never find in our physical exhibits!  https://onlineexhibits.library.yale.edu/s/materialfragility/page/home “Materiality, Fragility, and Loss in the Medical Archive” was curated by Anabelle Gambert-Jouan, a doctoral candidate in the Department of the History of Art, who was supported by a Graduate Professional Experience Fellowship from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. She reflects on the... Read More