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New Books Featured @ Ische

The Isché Library is featuring 20 newly acquired books for the latter part of April and all of May. The subjects include nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, communication disorders, education, ethics, etc.

These books CAN be checked out!

New Books Display April/May 2014

New Books Display April/May 2014

Featured books include:

  1. Baker, Robert    Before bioethics: a history of American medical ethics from the colonial period to the bioethics revolution W 50 B17 2013
  2. Cole, Steven A. The medical interview: the three function approach. [by] Steven A. Cole [and] Julian Bird. 3rd edition. WB 290 C67m 2014
  3. Occupational therapy for physical dysfunction / editors, Mary Vining Radomski, Catherine A. Trombly Latham. 7th ed. WB 555 T75o 2014
  4. Hassink, Sandra Gibson.                Pediatric obesity: prevention, intervention, and treatment strategies for primary care. 2nd ed. WD 210 H27 2014
  5. McKinnis, Lynn N., 1959- Fundamentals of musculoskeletal imaging. 4th ed.  WE 141 M21 2014
  6. Garrard, Judith. Health sciences literature review made easy: the matrix method. 4th ed. W 20.5 G19h 2014
  7. Innovations in nursing education: building the future of nursing. Edited by Linda Caputi.  WY 18 C175b 2014
  8. Corr, Charles A. Death & dying, life & living. Charles A. Corr & Donna M. Corr ; with contributions from Tashel C. Bordere.           7th ed. BF 789.D4 C81d 2013
  9. Irwin, David (David L.)    Clinical research methods in speech-language pathology and audiology. Mary Pannbacker, Norman J. Lass.      2nd ed. W 20.5 Ir9 2014
  10. Jones, David S. (David Shumway) Broken hearts: the tangled history of cardiac care. WG 300 J71 2013
  11. Iserson, Kenneth V. Iserson’s getting into a residency: a guide for medical students. 8th ed. W 20 Is2g 2013
  12. Fundamentals of hand therapy: clinical reasoning and treatment guidelines for common diagnoses of the upper extremity. Edited by Cynthia Cooper. 2nd ed. WE 830 C784 2014
  13. Fink, Sheri. Five days at Memorial: life and death in a storm-ravaged hospital. WX 28 AL6 F49 2013
  14. Tille, Patricia M. Bailey & Scott’s diagnostic microbiology. 13th ed. QW 25 B15d 2014
  15. Weiss, Donna (Donna F.) The interprofessional health care team: leadership and development. Donna Weiss, Felice J. Tilin, and Marlene J. Morgan. W 84.8 W43 2014
  16. Introduction to research in education.  {by] Donald Ary [and others]. 9th ed.  W 20.5 Ar9 2014
  17. Dysphagia assessment and treatment planning: a team approach / [Edited by] Rebecca Leonard [and] Katherine A. Kendall.  3rd ed.  WI 250 L58 2014
  18. Adult audiologic rehabilitiation. [Edited by] Joseph J. Montano [and] Jaclyn B. Spitzer. 2nd ed.  WV 270 M76 2014
  19. Alfaro-LeFevre, Rosalinda. Applying nursing process: the foundation for clinical reasoning / Rosalinda Alfaro-LeFevre. 8th ed. WY 100 AL28 2014
  20. Ralph, Sheila Sparks. Sparks and Taylor’s nursing diagnosis reference manual.  Sheila Sparks Ralph [and] Cynthia M. Taylor. 9th ed. WY 100 Sp2n 2014

 

Happy Reading!

PayPerPrint Downtime 6pm on 2/24

Tonight at 6pm, and ending no later than Tuesday February 25th at 4:00 AM, the PayPerPrint system will be unavailable for student printing.

*Edit* All services are back online.

RCB Domestic Water Outage – Tuesday February 18th

There will be a temporary domestic water outage on Tuesday February 18th from 7am to 9am in the Resources Center Building. During this time, please do not attempt to use any water fountains, faucets, toilets or urinals.?áThis outage is necessary for the New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board to repair a fire hydrant leak in front of the building on Bolivar Street.

*EDIT* 3 pm 2/18/14 – the expected outage did not happen this morning; the outage will now begin at 4 pm.

 

 

Under New Management

As of January 21st, LSUHSC assumed operations for all on campus dining services. Their goal is to offer a variety of healthier options, better quality food and customer service.

The weekly menu is available from the dining services page, along with a catering menu. ?áhttp://www.lsuhsc.edu/administration/ae/cafeteria.aspx

New Operating Hours:

Monday – Friday

Tiger Den Caf?® ÔÇô 7:00am ÔÇô 2:00pm

Dental Caf?® ÔÇô 7:30am ÔÇô 1:30pm

Atrium Coffee Kiosk ÔÇô 7:00am ÔÇô 4:00pm

Campus Wide Printing

The Pay-Per-Print System will be unavailable on?áDecember 19th until the scheduled upgrade is complete. Please make alternative printing arrangements during this time.

*Update* The upgrade was completed at 4 pm. All printers should be back online.

7th Annual Health and Wellness Event 11/6

Today,?áWednesday November 6th,?áis officially the 7th Annual Health and Wellness Event!?á

From: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Location: 3rd floor of the Medical Education Building (across from the cafeteria)

 

 

Library Talk on 1930s New Orleans Medicine

Former journalist Martha Holoubek Fitzgerald, author of The Courtship of Two Doctors: A 1930s Love Story of Letters, Hope & Healing, will discuss ÔÇ£Charity the Beautiful and Hen Medics: An InsiderÔÇÖs Look at 1930s New Orleans MedicineÔÇØ at an upcoming event.

LSU Health Sciences Center Library has the book and other related materials in its archives.

When: Saturday September 28 @ 10am

Where: 219 Loyola Ave, New Orleans Public Library

Brought to you by the LSU Medical Alumni Association and the New Orleans Public Library

 

For more info visit: https://www.lsuhsc.edu/events/docs/FitzgeraldTalk.pdf

 

After Hours & Weekend Parking!

Students are allowed entrance into the S. Roman St. garage at 4:30pm on weekdays and all day on weekends. This is the closest garage to the library and since it is covered, you wonÔÇÖt likely need an umbrella during inclement weather. If the gate to the main parking entrance is closed, you would have to enter through the left lane of the parking garageÔÇÖs?áEXIT. You will need your?ágate card?áin order to enter. Street parking is enforced on?áSaturdays, so if you forget your gate card remember to feed the meter.

Parking Meters

The modern parking meters accept dollar bills and debit/credit cards, which prints out a receipt for you to place on your dashboard. The cost is?á$1.50 per hour?áfor two-hour meters and?á$1?áper hour for long-term parking meters. If a meter is broken, you now have the option of going to another meter but still choosing the spot of your choice, as long as it is not a restricted parking spot.

Printing @ Ische

Printing can seem like a complicated process; however after you do it once youÔÇÖll be an expert! Below is the 4-step process:

First

Prior to printing, go to the bookstore to get your ID formatted in order to add money to it.

OR

Purchase a Pay Paw card for $1 from the Pay Paw machine itself, located on the 3rd floor of the library.

Second

Add money to your formatted ID/Pay Paw card by adding cash directly to your card through the Pay Paw machine or by doing so through the Pay PawÔÇÖs online system.

Third

Sending a print job

When you print in either the Library Commons or in the Library, you will be asked to select a printer (3rd or 4th floor) and to give your print job a name and password. This is simply to identify your print job from others, so name it whatever you want. You can use the same name and password for multiple print-jobs. All print jobs are defaulted to black & white, single-sided sheets so please see specific instructions below for double-sided and color printing options.

Four

Retrieving a print job

Go to the location you sent your print job (3rd or 4th floor print station). ?áSwipe your card on the card reader. Select your print-job name and press “Print.ÔÇØ Enter the password you created when you sent the print job. Your print job will be distributed and your card will be charged.

Cost

Single-sided = 10?ó per page

Double-sided = 14?ó per page?á(Select Preferences on printing screen, Click Finishing tab, then CHECK box by ÔÇ£Print on both sidesÔÇØ)

Color = 25?ó per page (Select Preferences on printing screen, Click Color tab, then UNCHECK the ÔÇ£Print in GrayscaleÔÇØ box)

**Note ÔÇô The Pay Paw machine only accepts dollar bills in increments of $1, $5 or $20.

Coins are NOT accepted.

Please stop by the Circulation Desk on the 3rd floor of the library for assistance.

54 Guides and Growing

Ever wonder where to start for a research project or just curious about the numerous resources that the library has to offer for your field of study? Check out the subject specific LibGuides. You never know what new resources, tools and tips you’ll come across!

The most recent publication is LibX, which is an add-on for Firefox and Google Chrome that allows you to search the libraryÔÇÖs catalog, as well as many other various databases in a slightly different way. It is quite convenient and saves a few steps in unearthing material for your research.

Temp closure of main S. Roman St. Parking Garage Stairwell

The 1st through 3rd floors of the S. Roman Street Parking Garage will be closed between 6pm on Friday May 24th until 6pm on Sunday May 26th. The closure is due to much needed painting of the handrails and walls. Two alternate stairwells in the parking garage will remain open, as well as the elevator.

The 6th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Got Drugs? ThatÔÇÖs the question the National Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative is asking. The program promotes an opportunity to properly dispose of expired and unneeded prescription drugs. In recent years, over 2 million pounds of prescription drugs were taken out of circulation and disposed of properly. ?áAccording to the Environmental Protection Agency, there has been no evidence of human health effects from prescription drug remnants on the environment thus far, however precautionary measures are still in affect to prevent cases from developing. So while you embark on this year’s spring cleaning, keep prescription drugs in mind.

Save the Date:

Saturday, April 27, 2013
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

 

For more info, visit:

http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/takeback/

To find a drop off location near you, visit:

https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/NTBI/NTBI-PUB.pub;jsessionid=F97E8C13E24A4F4158917E505D922D9A?_flowExecutionKey=_c3781D16F-8320-60D6-9549-1E08043E201E_k2BCC5296-9265-E6B3-A22D-C9656693160A

 

 

 

Sad news for coffee lovers

The last official day to buy Starbucks coffee and other goodies from the kiosk in the Resource Center building is today March 28th. The coffee kiosk in the atrium will remain open during their normal hours. There will be a few small changes in the cafeteria until an agreement in the food service department is reached.

These same changes will take place at the Dental location.

 

 

 

Street Closure/ Traffic Re-route (Roman Street Parking Garage)

There will be yet another temporary change in traffic on block of Roman Street between Tulane and Gravier starting Wednesday, March 20th. Below find the text from an email from facilities services.
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The construction of the underground utility piping along South Roman Street continues. The contractor is nearing completion of pipe installation under the sidewalk this week and will commence trenching across South Roman Street at the intersection with Tulane Avenue at 6:00 AM on Wednesday morning, March 20, 2013. Consequently, South Roman Street will switch to two-way local traffic accessible only from the Gravier Street end. The parking garage entrance lanes and exit lanes will remain open. The intersection of Tulane Avenue and South Roman will be closed to traffic, therefore users should enter from the Gravier Street end and will exit that same direction when leaving. ?á A map illustrating the street and sidewalk closure can be viewed here:

https://www.lsuhsc.edu/events/docs/South_Roman_Traffic_Change.jpg

 

Thank you for your patience.

 

D.I.Y. Scanning @ Ische

The Ische library has added its first self-service scanner. It is located on the 4th floor next to the print station. It is exclusively available for LSUHSC faculty, students and staff. It will allow users to view documents in an eco-friendly way as well as allow each user to customize their scans for better quality.

Saving scanned documents is easy as 1, 2 or 3.

  1. Save to a USB flash drive
  2. E-mail document to yourself
  3. Save to ÔÇ£OÔÇØ drive ÔÇô (access it from anywhere on campus or through Citrix)

 

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