Ten titles from the acclaimed "The Requisites" radiology series have been added to the Libraries' e-book collections. Reviews of the titles in this series are uniformly positive:
". . . unique in its approach, complete in its content, and profuse in its illustrative and tabular material." (AJNR)
"Should be well received by residents preparing for their board examinations . The author is to be congratulated because she has captured the flux of breast imaging." (AJR)
DynaMed is a 'point-of-care' clinical reference tool that provides evidence-based summaries for over 3,200 clinical topics, with daily updates.
Welcome to DUCOM!
Gary Childs, Education Librarian at Hahnemann Library, has been honored with the 2010-11 Doctor of Nursing Practice (DrNP) in Nursing Science Chairman's Award, for his outstanding efforts in support of the graduate students and faculty in this program. Congratulations to Gary!
Suggestion submitted, 7/5/2011:
Please keep the downstairs open past 5:30! There's no room upstairs to spread out!! (unless you own a laptop, which I dont)
Due to the scarcity of student workers, the Hahnemann Library will have reduced staffing in the evenings and on weekends through the remainder of the summer. To ensure the security of our students and staff, we are implementing the following changes:
24-hour Study Area: This area will now be closed off from the main area of the Library at around 5 pm on weekdays. We will follow the same closing process currently in use: patrons studying in the 24-hour area will be asked to exit through the Library.
The Drexel University Libraries are trialing the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, a full-text , evidence-based resource which provides extensive information on natural medicines and their efficacy. The Libraries are considering subscribing to this product, so please check it out at www.naturaldatabase.com, see how you like it, and make sure to send your comments to Linda M.G. Katz, Associate Director, Drexel University Health Sciences Libraries, at email@example.com.
Summer hours begin at Hahnemann Library on Saturday, June18th, and will continue through Labor Day weekend. The Library will be open Monday-Thursday 7:45 am - 9:00 pm, Friday 7:45 am - 8:00 pm, and Saturday and Sunday Noon - 6 pm.
Queen Lane summer hours, which began earlier this month and will continue until early August, are 8 am - 9 pm Monday through Thursday, and 8 am - 5 pm on Friday.
Due to staffing limitations, the Hahnemann Library will be open 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, June 11 and Sunday, June 12. Queen Lane Library, which began Summer hours at the beginning of June, is closed on weekends.
The 24-hour study space at Hahnemann Library will be open as always, with access to computers, printer and photocopiers.
Exam time is here and students are staking out their favorite study spots! At the Hahnemann Library, remember that you can reserve a group study room online -- up to 3 hours at a time for groups of 3 or more.