Library now offers NEJM Resident 360

As part of our New England Journal of Medicine subscription, LSUHSC New Orleans Library patrons now have access to NEJM Resident 360. This product is designed to give students and residents the information, resources, and support they need to approach their rotations – and life as a resident – with confidence.

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With Resident 360, residents can supplement their residency curricula and build foundational knowledge with articles, teaching tools, and community members.

In order to use LSUHSC New Orleans’s institutional subscription, log in to NEJM Resident 360 on the LSUHSC school campus, and the LSUHSC IP address will be recognized. After logging in on campus, you will be able to sign on from anywhere, on any device.

If you have questions about Resident 360 or any of our other resources, do not hesitate to call, chat, or email a library staff member.

Welcome new residents!

Here are some quick links to help you get started.?á Let us know if you need any help.

Off Campus Access to Library Resources:
Campus Logins Explained:

E-Resources at a Glance for Medicine (pdf):
Mobile Device Resource Guide:

Help!/Live Chat:

$3.12 Million Grant

LSU Health Sciences Center was recently awarded a $3.12 million grant through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in order to train more primary care physicians.

An article on states “The five-year grant will be used to double the number of primary care doctors trained through the Rural Family Medicine Residency program at LSU’s Bogalusa Medical Center.”

Louisiana has a vast shortage of primary care physicians and statistics are expected to get worse. Congratulations to LSUHSC for working to help our state in this time of need!

Resources for Residents

Welcome new Residents! Here is a list of resources we hope you will find useful.

Library home
Off campus access
LIbrary Resources – where to start
Core materials for medicine – ebooks & print resources
Mobile/smartphone resources
Evidence-based practice resources (point of care databases)
Help/contact us

Once again, welcome!
Kathy Kerdolff – School of Medicine Liaison (504-568-6102)