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NEW! Thieme’s e-Books: Find and Download Colorful Medical Illustrations

The UCSF Library has a new addition to its e-book collection – The Thieme E-Book Library. The Thieme E-Book Library provides you with access to Thieme’s Flexibook and Color Atlas series. Check out Thieme’s exciting, world-renowned full-color photos and illustrations with full texts that are now available … Continue reading

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New Online Books!

The library has recently added Springer e-Books to its online collections. This is a comprehensive collection of books covering many disciplines, including medicine, biomedical and life sciences, behavioral science, earth and environmental science, chemistry, physics and more. To get to … Continue reading

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Saving Searches and Creating Email Alerts in PubMed: A Tool to Save You Time and Keep You on Track

Saving Searches and Creating Email Alerts Run the search you want to save in PubMed; then create email alerts. Email alerts can help you keep up-to-date on the latest studies of your interests. You will be notified when new studies … Continue reading

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Help Alpha Test Project Evergreen Search Tool

Elsevier, the publisher that brings you resources such as MDConsult and ProceduresConsult, is alpha testing a new search tool called Evergreen.   The content in this pilot project currently concentrates more on General Medicine, Cardiology, and Orthopedics, and plans are to expand … Continue reading

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Re-sort PubMed Results to Reveal Hidden Gems

Did you know that you can re-sort the results of your PubMed search?  The default results view is known as the Summary view, showing the bare bones information, with the most recent publication at the top of the list. There … Continue reading

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