As of this month, the library is officially supporting EndNote 20! Classes will be taught in 20 and we encourage you to upgrade to best follow along and take advantage of the software’s new functionalities.
What’s the difference between X9 and 20?
Some of the the biggest differences between the versions are visual: new icons, reorganized menus, and more space between references for easier... Read More
When people think of astrology today, they may conjure images of online horoscopes and celebrities casting birth charts as part of popular culture. Astrology has a much longer lineage, particularly connected to medicine and science. Medical astrology was widely practiced in Europe between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries. Part art, part science, it was integral to several fields of study... Read More
The medical library resumed full operating hours on Sunday, August 1, 2021. After a year of operating with reduced building hours, we are excited to welcome Yale and YNHH ID holders back to the library during the following hours of service:
Monday - Thursday: 7:30am - Midnight
Friday: 7:30am - 10:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - Midnight
For upcoming exceptions and holiday... Read More
Yale ITS will perform maintenance from approximately 8:00pm Saturday, July 17 – 5:00am Sunday, July 18th. This will impact most university systems including websites, VPN, EZproxy, WiFi, email, and CAS authentication.
Access to library websites and resources will be unavailable during this time. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Yale ITS Help Desk.
Recently we launched a new webpage that brings together medical-focused resources relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The page is located under the "Collections" tab and includes topics such as Race and Racism in Health Care, Disability Studies at Yale, LGBTQI+ Health, and the Women's Leadership Resource Library. Many of these resources are curated by medical librarians in partnership... Read More
Explore The Bert Hansen Collection of Medicine and Public Health in Popular Graphic Art which includes over 1200 images and items produced between 1850 and 2010 with additional reference materials. The collection is a gift of historian Bert Hansen, Ph.D., whose goal was to document the visual record of medical practice and research and public health in America.
This video was produced by the... Read More
LabArchives is a cloud-based Electronic Lab Notebook to enable researchers to store, organize, and publish their research data. Special features include iOS and Android Apps, classroom integration, and support for funding agencies' data management plan requirements. LabArchives is free to use for Yale community members who have an active Yale email address. Learn more about LabArchives at the... Read More
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... Read More
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... Read More
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,... Read More