The Mayo Clinic Libraries have produced an excellent summary post about what is and what is not a systematic review: “I want to do a systematic review” You may also find these slides helpful as a starting point for considering what is involved in a systematic literature review. Systematic review how to – lent […]
Booksale now on in the medical library. Come and have a look!
Consultant mortality data goes online for first time, available collated at NHS Choices. take a look at the data Read the news items and responses: BBC News: Surgeon data: ‘Historic’ move for NHS Telegraph: Naming surgeons with high death rates will help end NHS culture of secrecy, says Sir Bruce Keogh Guardian: NHS to name surgeons […]
The Kings Fund (@thekingsfund) explanation of where we are, and how we got there – the new NHS in England. An alternative guide to the new NHS in England www.kingsfund.org.uk/altguidenhs
If you still value Impact Factors, you’ll be please to hear the 2012 Journal Citation Reports Data is now available. Access via http://wok.mimas.ac.uk (using RAVEN when off “campus”), and click to access Journal Citation Reports Get the facts about Journal Citation Reports at: http://wokinfo.com/jcr-getthefacts/jcr-gtf-quality/
‘Printing the body: early illustrated medical books from the library of Sir Geoffrey Keynes’ Cambridge University Library, Entrance Hall cases, 14 June–13 July 2013 The first display in the two new exhibition cases in the Entrance Hall presents treasures from Sir Geoffrey Keynes’s early illustrated books on anatomy – from Vesalius’ groundbreaking De humani corporis […]
It’s that time of year again – exam preparation is engulfing the Clinical Students. We wish all our students the very best of luck with the forthcoming exams, and hope that opening the library on Sundays for the next 5 weeks will help. May 2013 Sunday 19th Sunday 26th June 2013 Sunday 2nd Sunday 9th […]
‘Anti-fat’ bias among doctors and Probiotics in antibiotic-associated diarrhoea – just 2 of the topics covered in this months expert commentary on important new evidence, as supplied by those nice people at NICE. All available online. Other topics this month are: Premature death after self-harm A cohort study reports that rates of death from both natural and external […]
Following the generous donation to the University from Hildegard Modlmayr-Heimath and Hans-Jörg Modlmayr , the Medical Library is proud to have two sculptures by George Kennethson on display. ‘Life’ and ‘Mother and Child’ make the library a more beautiful place to study in.
Don’t sit in a traffic jam – sit in the library instead! The Library will be open from 9:00am till 6:00pm on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May 2013