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We’ve previously announced the retirement of Loansome DOC, the function within PubMed allowing you to submit article requests to your Partner Library. This system is going away at the end of June 2019. Partner Libraries have been at work developing their replacement methods so you can continue requesting articles. We have replaced the Loansome Doc… Read More »
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) recently announced Loansome Doc will be discontinued as of July 1, 2019. The number of articles requested in Loansome Doc have been declining since 2002. PHDL users have been using Loansome Doc in conjunction with their Partner Library to request full text articles within PubMed. The PHDL has been… Read More »
According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Health Services Research (HSR) identifies effective ways to organize, manage, finance, and deliver high quality health care while reducing medical errors and improving patient safety. Health Services Research asks: How people get access to care? How much care costs? What happens to patients as a result of care… Read More »
The Emergency Access Initiative brings a full-text electronic health information collection to those affected by or assisting the populations affected by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. The EAI is in effect through October 14 November 14th! 650 biomedical journals and more than 4,000 ebooks have been made available for the current period (ending November 14th) as… Read More »
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This post updates you on the electronic books in the PHDL collection. It’s a companion to the Know Your Journals 2017-2018 post. The PHDL provides brief descriptions for these titles. The descriptions allow for two things: Descriptions let users evaluate the usefulness of the resource to see if it applies to their research purposes… Read More »