Embase™ Database Notice Dear Ovid Customer: Elsevier has recently notified us that over the next few weeks Embase Customers will see a considerably large amount of records in their daily update. During this time period they will be importing up to 15,000 MEDLINE® (non-Embase) records per day. Please note, this is not a database reload. […]
We are pleased to announce that, in partnership with eHLbc, UBC Library has acquired two 3d interactive tools from Primal Pictures via OvidSP – AnatomyTV and Anatomy and Physiology Online. AnatomyTV – This comprehensive collection includes regional anatomy, sports and therapy, surgery and specialty titles (eg Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, and Speech and Language Pathology). Realistic […]
Embarking on a systematic review? Applying for a CIHR knowledge synthesis grant? Need to know what the search process is all about? Offered by the Life Sciences Libraries, this all day workshop is designed for health sciences researchers who are planning or beginning a systematic review, or wishing to improve their ability to do a […]
This inaugural all day workshop is designed for health sciences researchers planning or beginning a systematic review or wishing to improve locating and managing a comprehensive literature search. Register at http://elred.library.ubc.ca/libs/dashboard/view/1545 Note: There will be a charge to cover refreshments provided at the morning and afternoon breaks.
We are pleased to announce trial access to Rehabilitation Reference Center(RRC) an evidence-based full-text database produced by EBSCO. http://toby.library.ubc.ca/resources/infopage.cfm?id=1625 Designed for physical therapists, occupational therapists and other rehabilitation professionals, RRC aims to provide the best available, most accurate and concise information on conditions seen in rehabilitation practice, allowing rehabilitation specialists to build customized treatment regimens […]
Not coming out to Point Grey Campus during the Mid-term Break? Consider attending online library workshops put on by the Life Sciences Librarians between Feb 16-26. CINAHL, the new Pubmed, Web of Science, Current Awareness tools, Finding Theses, Refworks and more are being offered. For more details and to register go to: http://tinyurl.com/libraryworkshops.