In support of the Diversity & Inclusivity Book Club, the Library has electronic copies of all 2020-2021 reading list materials:
August 2020 – Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates
September 2020 – Disability Visibility: first-person stories from the Twenty-first century, edited by Alice Wong
October 2020 – Pushout: the criminalization of Black girls in schools, by Monique W. Morris
November 2020 – The New Trail of Tears: how Washington is destroying American Indians, by Naomi Schaefer Riley
December 2020 – Our Women on the Ground: essays by Arab women reporting from the Arab world, edited by Zahra Hankir
January 2021 – Food in Cuba: the pursuit of a decent meal, by Hanna Garth
February 2021 – Data Feminism, by Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein
March 2021 – Solito, Solita: crossing borders with youth refugees from Central America, edited by Steven Mayers and Jonathan Freedman
April 2021 – Medical Apartheid: the dark history of medical experimentation on Black Americans from colonial times to the present, by Harriet A. Washington
May 2021 – The Stonewall Reader, from the New York Public Library
The first meeting is August 19th, 2020 at 12PM via Zoom: https://lsuhsc.zoom.us/j/95020137085
Meeting ID: 950 2013 7085
For more information, please email Hasheemah Afaneh at email@example.com.
The Isché Library is featuring 17 recently published books on display near the 3rd floor elevator. Subjects include physiology, epidemiology, respiratory care, nursing, psychology, speech-language pathology, audiology, cardiology, physical therapy, and more.
These books are now available for check-out.
- Netter’s Essential Physiology, 2nd ed., by Susan E. Mulroney (Call no.: QS 4 M26 2016)
- Teaching Epidemiology : A Guide for Teachers in Epidemiology, Public Health, and Clinical Medicine, 4th ed., edited by Jørn Olsen, Naomi Greene, Rodolfo Saracci, Dimitrios Trichopoulos (Call no.: WA 18 OL8t 2015)
- Disaster Medicine, 2nd ed., edited by Gregory R. Ciottone (Call no.: WA 295 C49 2016)
- Foundations of Epidemiology, 4th ed., by Dona Schneider, David E. Lilienfeld (Call no.: WA 950 L627 2015)
- Rau’s Respiratory Care Pharmacology, 9th ed., by Douglas S. Gardenhire (Call no.: WB 342 R239r 2016)
- Braddom’s Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 5th ed., by Randall L. Braddom (Call no.: WB 460 B72p 2016)
- Physical Therapy Case Files: Pediatrics, by Eric S. Pelletier (Call no.: WB 460 P36 2016)
- A Practical Approach to Musculoskeletal Medicine: Assessment, Diagnosis, Treatment, 4th ed., by Elaine Atkins (Call no.: WE 103 At5 2016)
- Textbook of Interventional Cardiology, 7th ed., by Eric J. Topol (Call no.: WG 168 T62t 2016)
- Management of Swallowing and Feeding Disorders in Schools, by Emily M. Homer (Call no.: WI 250 H75 2016)
- Supporting Family Caregivers of Adults with Communication Disorders: A Resource Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, by Joan C. Payne (Call no.: WL 340.2 P34 2015)
- Clinical Dermatology: A Color Guide to Diagnosis and Therapy, 6th ed., by Thomas P. Habif (Call no.: WR 17 H11c 2016) E-book also available.
- Avery’s Neonatology: Pathophysiology and Management of the Newborn, 7th ed., by Gordon Bennett Avery (Call no.: WS 420 Av3n 2016)
- Innovations in Nursing Education, Volume 3: Building the Future of Nursing, by Linda Caputi (Call no.: WY 18 C175b 2016)
- The NLN Jeffries Simulation Theory, edited by Pamela R. Jeffries (Call no.: WY 18 J38n 2016)
- Manual of Critical Care Nursing: Nursing Interventions and Collaborative Management, 7th ed., (Call no.: WY 154 Sw3m 2016) E-book also available.
- A Practical Guide to Forensic Nursing: Incorporating Forensic Principles Into Nursing Practice, edited by Angela Amar and L. Kathleen Sekula (Call no.: WY 170 Am3 2016)
The Collection Development Department is pleased to offer a new web page for its services: http://www.lsuhsc.edu/no/library/services/colldev.html.?á Collection Development is primarily responsible for ordering books,?ámanaging?áreserves, and processing donations.?á Patrons can now submit book requests online and find important information regarding?áreserves and donations.?á We hope you will find?áthese features?áto be helpful!
The Medical Secretary's Manual, 1966
Dig that cover.
Before dictation machines, tape recorders or speech recognition software, there was shorthand, an abbreviated writing method that increases speed of writing. When The Medical Secretary’s Manual?áburst onto the scene in 1966, it differed from other medical shorthand books by offering clinically oriented material to accompany the dashes and swoops that encompass stenography. A 1967 JAMA review observed:
Each section is devoted to a particular system or organ of the body. Before confronting the reader with definitions and shorthand symbols for each specific term or phrase, Miss Eshom provides a simplified description of the system under discussion and frequently includes helpful schematic drawings. This background information distinguishes her book from the usual text of medical shorthand.
For avid note-takers with an aversion to technology medical shorthand can still be useful, and indeed, those in need of a simplified overview of anatomy and medical terminology may find the clinical information interesting as well. I suppose that is why this book is still up in the library stacks, keeping the Sixities alive.
Online textbook provider Stat!Ref has just released an iPhone & Blackberry app, so you can read books on your phone.?áCheck out the video below for how to enable access. Android app is coming soon.
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