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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 »
The PHDL’s trial of the AAP Pediatrics Collection is due to expire at the end of February. You can view the collection through the STAT!Ref link on your local version of the PHDL. The AAP Pediatrics Collection contains information on six trending topics: E-Cigarettes Firearm-Related Injuries and Preventions Immunization Strategies and Practices Medical Risks of… Read More »
The Public Health Digital Library (PHDL) has requested a trial with our e-book vendor (STAT!Ref) to test usefulness of a NEW single title: AAP Pediatric Collections. New title contains/integrates topical information on six trending themes: E-Cigarettes Firearm-Related injuries and Preventions Immunization Strategies and Practices Medical Risks of Marijuana Obesity: Stigma, Trends, and Interventions Opioid Addiction… Read More »
Two new Open Access journals added to the PHDL! We have added 2 new journals to the PHDL collection. Both of the journals are published by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). >mSphere is a multi-disciplinary open-access journal that publishes on a range of fields within the microbial sciences including applied and environmental science, clinical science… Read More »
Welcome to the PHDL Online Learning Program! This is the first of many future posts and an introduction to the program. But first a little about me, your Education Coordinator. I joined the team at the Public Health Coordination Office several months ago. Previously I was Director of Library of Relations at Journal of Medical… Read More »