The Isché Library has created a mini-collection highlighting the History of Louisiana Medicine. This collection is located on the 3rd floor near the copy machine and is available for checkout.
A recent change to the web address for Oxford journals is resulting in a warning about a security certificate. Although the warning is rather forceful, it is safe to proceed to the site but sometimes it might be difficult to figure out where to go. The following steps show you what you need to do in each browser when you attempt to access an Oxford journal:
In Chrome, click the “Advanced” link:
Then click the link that begins with “Proceed to…”
For Firefox, click the “Add Exception” button:
Then click “Confirm Security Exception”:
When using Internet Explorer, click the link “Continue to this website (not recommended)”:
Finally, for Safari users click the “Continue” button in the dialog box:
Once you’ve confirmed the exception for the Oxford sites, you should not see the cautionary message in that browser again.
If you need any more help with this or any other Library services, please feel free to contact us.
While giving you easy access to your favorite journals, the BrowZine app also lets you customize a bookshelf to get to these publications quickly.
Regardless of whether you’re using the Android or iOS app for BrowZine, you can have at your fingertips up to 64 journals spread across the four bookshelves available. You can then see any titles on your own virtual browsing shelves:
There are slight differences, though, in how to add a publication to your bookshelf. When you’ve found a journal you would like to easily access through the BrowZine Android app, click the icon at the upper right to get the “Add to My Bookshelf” command:
When in the iOS app tap the “Add to My Bookshelf” icon:
Removing items from the Bookshelf can also be done when viewing the journal; the commands to remove items replace those that were used to add the title initially.
You can also customize where the journals appear on your Bookshelf as well as specify the names of each shelf. In the Android app, press and hold anywhere on the shelf and you’ll be able to move the journal placeholders to a new shelf and once you tap on the label you can specify the text to be displayed there:
In iOS, you can either use the “Edit” function at the top left or press and hold anywhere on the screen to change the shelf labels or move the journals around:
At present you are unable to sync your web and app BrowZine Bookshelf, but that enhancement is coming soon.
If you need more information about BrowZine, check out our LibGuide.
All ProQuest databases will be unavailable beginning at 9pm on Saturday, February 13th, lasting until 3am on Sunday, February 14th for scheduled maintenance.
The Libraries can now offer mobile services (chat, email, etc) from the Ask-a-Librarian app; it is available from Amazon, Google Play and iTunes.
Our services can be discovered in 2 ways:
1. Either search for nearby libraries; we are currently the only ones using this service in Louisiana. (However there is a known bug with users who have Android 6/Marshmallow, so uncheck the location box if this is your phone/tablet.)
2. Or search for LSU.
You will find links for both Reference and the Dental Library.
If you’d like to keep current with your favorite journals or subjects, BrowZine is there to help you. Although you can use the web version, they also have apps available for Android and iOS devices so you can take your journals with you wherever you go. You can download the app from the Amazon AppStore, Apple App Store, or Google Play from this page.
When you first open the app, you will be asked to choose your preferred library; you can either browse or search for “LSU Health Sciences Center” :
Next, you will be prompted to input your Library off-campus access information. Enter your name, barcode, and PIN:
More information about off-campus access to Library resources as well as how to register for an account is available here.
Once you’ve set all of these up, you’re ready to start browsing or searching for your favorite journals. There are slight differences in how to do this in the apps for Android and iOS.
In the Android app, you can search for journals or browse subjects from the “BrowZine” Library tab:
For iOS devices, you can browse topics by choosing the “Subjects” pull-down menu, or search for a specific title by using the “Titles A-Z” option:
You can now choose to view any journals that pique your interest.
This should get you up and running with the BrowZine app, but stay tuned for more tips about how to use other features.
If you need any help with BrowZine or any other Library services, do not hesitate to contact us.
The Library is pleased to announce that we now have The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics online.
The Medical Letter, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose goal is to provide unbiased drug information. The Medical Letter does not accept advertising, grants, or donations from any outside source, and it is solely supported by subscription fees. The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics was first published in 1959. The online collection begins in 1988 with v.30. The Library’s print collection includes v.1 (1959) – v.56 (2014). The Medical Letter includes peer-reviewed, evidence-based drug information, CMEs, and 2 ebooks: Handbook of Antimicrobial Therapy and Drugs for Parasitic Infections.
Access is available on campus, as well as off campus by logging in through the Library’s remote access proxy, WAM. There is also an app available from Apple’s App Store, Google Play, and Amazon’s App Store for Android after registering on the Medical Letter’s web site.
The Medical Letter has generously donated access for our university at no charge for one year.
Both Libraries will have shorter hours over Mardi Gras weekend/week. They are as follows:
The Isché Library will close at 6pm on Friday, February 5th and will be open from 9:30am -3pm on Saturday, February 6th. On Sunday, February 7th, it will be open from 12noon to 5pm.
Both Libraries will close at 5pm on Monday, February 8th and will be closed on Tuesday, February 9th.
The Dental Library will close at 5pm Wednesday and Thursday, February 10th and 11th.
All other dates the Libraries will be open their regular hours.
You can use BrowZine to keep up with your favorite journals and subjects, but it also provides a great way to easily access your favorite publications. The web version of BrowZine lets you create, customize, and organize your personal bookshelf.
First, click on “My Bookshelf” at the top of the page and you will be prompted to create an account or log in if you have already done so:
Once you’ve created your account, you can the start adding journals you want to access quickly. After you search or browse the journal you want to add to your collection, click the “Add to My Bookshelf” button:
You Bookshelf will now display that journal as well as any others you choose.
Each Bookshelf has four Bookcases with four shelves each. You can have a maximum of four titles per shelf in each Bookcase, so your Bookshelf can ultimately house 64 of your favorite journals. You can also move titles to any shelf or Bookcase to arrange them as you wish.
You can rename the Bookcases and shelves in your Bookshelf by clicking on the pencil icon next to the label you want to change:
After you’ve added titles and renamed the labels, your Bookshelf will look like this:
An upcoming enhancement will provide the ability to sync your BrowZine web Bookshelf with the one in the app on your mobile device. The folks behind BrowZine, Third Iron, have a page that provides information about the web Bookshelf and new features on their site.
If you need more information about BrowZine or any other Library services, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Our subscription to ClinicalKey for Nursing includes several required course books. Check out the list below. If the book is also available in print in the library, the call number is included. Remember, print reserves are available for in-library use during regular hours and for overnight checkout 1 hour before closing. The online books can be accessed anytime and anywhere by logging into the LSUHSC-New Orleans Citrix program.
|Elsevier – ClinicalKey for Nursing Reserve Books|
|Critical Care Nursing: Diagnosis and Management||Reserve: WY 154 Ur2 2014|
|Emergency Nursing Core Curriculum||Reserve: WY 18 Em3e 2007|
|Forensic Nursing Science||Reserve: WY 154 L99fn 2011|
|Goldman-Cecil Medicine||Reserve: WB 100 C32 2016|
|Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett’s Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases||Reserve: WC 100 M31p 2015|
|Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC)||Reserve: WY 15 N93 2013|
|Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC)||Reserve: WY 100 N931 2013|
|Pediatric Primary Care||Reserve: WS 100 B93p 2013|
|Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition||Reserve: WS 200 AL5p 2010|
|Sheehy’s Emergency Nursing||Reserve: WY 154 Em3 2010|
|Sheehy’s Manual of Emergency Care||Online only|
|Trauma Nursing||Reserve: WY 154 M24t 2009|
|Ulrich & Canale’s Nursing Care Planning Guides (NANDA)||Reserve: WY 100 UL7n 2011|
A new selection of articles has been added to the Faculty Publications display in the Ische Library. These eight articles, as well as all of the articles in our Faculty Publications database, are authored by at least one member of our research community here at LSUHSC-New Orleans. Each month the Library is proud to present copies of eight of these publications in a rotating display of 16. They can be viewed in the Reference area, on the wall between the main entrance and the Library elevator, on the third floor of the Resource Center Building.
Here is a list of the newest articles to be featured, with the LSUHSC-NO researchers in bold print:
- Bagby GJ, Amedee AM, Siggins RW, Molina PE, Nelson S, Veazey RS. Alcohol and HIV effects on the immune system. Alcohol Res -Curr Rev. 2015;37(2):287-297.
- Bealer R. Accessing the NIH portfolio through a link resolver: Challenges and outcomes. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries. 2015;12(4):205-215.
- Denman I, Banajee M, Hurley A. Dichotic listening training in children with autism spectrum disorder: A single subject design. Int J Audiol. 2015;54(12):991-996.
- Johnson DH, Reske T, Ruiz M. Case report and review of immunodeficiency-associated burkitt lymphoma. Clin Lymphoma Myeloma Leuk. 2015;15(6):e121-5.
- Primeaux SD, Tzeng TH, Allerton TD, Chiang MC, Cosentino G, Dubin RL, Varughese A, Moore R, Geiselman PJ, Greenway FL, Uwaifo GI. Differences in short-term food preferences following vertical sleeve gastrectomy and roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery. Obes Res Clin Pract. 2015;9(6):628-32.
- Seymour NE, Paige JT, Arora S, Fernandez GL, Aggarwal R, Tsuda ST, Powers KA, Langlois G, Stefanidis D. Putting the MeaT into TeaM training: Development, delivery, and evaluation of a surgical team-training workshop. J Surg Educ. 2016;73(1):136-142.
- Singh D, Dalal N, Mullen W, DiLeo Congeni J, Caspi J, Sernich S. Double aortic arch associated with bronchopulmonary sequestration: A rare dual anomaly. World J Pediatr Congenit Heart Surg. 2015;6(1):143-145.
- Terry B, Kelt RE, Jeyakumar A. Delayed complications after cochlear implantation. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2015;141(11):1012-7.
Publications cited in the Faculty Publications database are harvested weekly from a variety of sources, such as PubMed, SCOPUS, and CINAHL, to name a few. In addition to articles they include books, book chapters, papers, editorials, letters to the editor, and meeting abstracts, all authored by at least one member of the LSUHSC-NO community. The database is maintained by Reference Librarian Kathy Kerdolff and is available to the general public here or via the Library’s webpage. For a PDF of a bibliography of this month’s additions, click here. If you have an article you would like us to highlight or if you have any questions regarding the display or the database, you can contact Kathy Kerdolff.
Please come to the Library and view these recent publications by our research community.
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) recently developed resource lists for three public health emergencies affecting both local and global communities. An incident Web page was created to gather resources on the emerging health issues arising from the Zika Virus and two PDF documents on recent chemical incidents have been updated.
Links to these resources are listed below and are also available on the NLM Disaster Health home page: https://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov.
Further information is available from two recent NN/LM PSR NewsBits postings:
Zika Virus Health Information Resources: https://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/zikavirus.html
Aliso Canyon/Porter Ranch Gas Leak: https://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/aliso_canyon_gas_leak.pdf
Lead in Flint, Michigan Water System: https://sis.nlm.nih.gov/enviro/FlintLeadWater.pdf
Help is on the way! This free app allows you to contact emergency services with one button, submit non-emergency reports with a photo and/or video and submit reports anonymously. Upon completing registration, users will have access to the Emergency Call feature which is routed to the LSUHSC University Police while on campus. The EMS button directly calls Orleans Parish EMS. This app is one of many new ways the LSUHSC University Police is making it easier to contact them for help.
Other features include:
It is available for download through the App Store or Google Play. For more information, please visit http://911.lsuhsc.edu/report/lsushield.aspx.
BrowZine lets you easily scan recent issues of journals either by title or subject. One of ways to access the service is through its web interface, and you can get to the Libraries’ edition of BrowZine here. Hopefully you’ve checked out this new service the Libraries now offer, but here are some tips for using the web version.
When off-campus, search for “LSU Health Sciences Center” to choose our edition:
After you have chosen our profile or when you are on campus and follow the Libraries’ link, you can start exploring all of the journals available through BrowZine. Click on the file drawer icon to scan the titles in that subject or to see the subheadings assigned to it:
If you have a particular journal you would like to read, search for it and you will see the titles that match your search term:
Once you’ve found your journal, choose an issue from the years that are available:
If you see an article that piques your interest, just click on its title and you will be brought to its page at the journal’s site.
Although the Libraries offer access to thousands of journals, sometimes there are publisher-instituted terms that restrict access to an article after a certain amount of time. Although these are usually for journals in full-text databases, BrowZine has this information and displays those instances where the article might not be immediately available:
These tips should help get you started using BrowZine on the web. Stay tuned for more information about creating your own bookshelf and how to use the mobile app.
If you need any more information about BrowZine or any other library services, do not hesitate to contact us.
The Dental Library will close this evening at 5pm because of emergency water repairs on the Dental Campus. There will be a complete water shutdown beginning at 5pm to repair a broken water main.