We have a new guide to showcase new resources acquired by Lister Hill! The New Resources guide has pages that provide lists of new books and e-books, databases (coming soon), and journals (coming soon). In addition, there are pages with tips on how to find these and other resources on the UAB Libraries websites. Below are just a few of the new books and e-books acquired last month (September 2014):
- Acute Care Handbook for Physical Therapists by Jaime C. Paz; Michele P. West
- Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders by Ilias Papathanasiou; Patrick Coppens; Constantin Potagas
- Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy by Joanne Watchie
- Clinical Nutrition by Marinos Elia; Olle Ljungqvist; Rebecca Stratton; Susan A. Lanham-New (Editor)
- Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology for Communication Disorders by Paula Seikel; David G. Drumright; J. Anthony Seikel
- Essentials of Rehabilitation Research by Richard P. Di Fabio
- Evidence Based Physical Therapy by Linda Fetters
- Health Sciences Literature Review Made Easy by Judith Garrard
- Human Motion Simulation by Karim Abdel-Malek; Jasbir Arora
- Joint Structure and Function by Pamela K. Levangie; Cynthia C. Norkin
- Language Development: Foundations, Processes, and Clinical Applications by Nina Capone Singleton; Brian B. Shulman
- Managing Sports Injuries by Christopher M. Norris
- Medical Terminology by Barbara Janson Cohen, Ann DePetris.
- Nutrition and Diet Therapy by Ruth A. Roth
- Nutrition and Dietetics: Practice and Future Trends by Esther A. Winterfeldt; Margaret L. Bogle; Lea L. Ebro
- Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance by Debasis Bagchi (Editor); Sreejayan Nair (Editor); Chandan K. Sen (Editor)
- Nutrition for Sport and Exercise by Hayley Daries
- Nutrition Your Life Science by Jennifer Turley; Joan Thompson
- Orthopaedic Physical Therapy by Robert A. Donatelli
- Patient Education in Rehabilitation by Olga Dreeben-Irimia
- Pharmacology for Physical Therapists by Barbara Gladson
- Physical Rehabilitation by Susan B. O’Sullivan; Thomas J. Schmitz; George D. Fulk
- Pocketbook of Taping Techniques by Rose Macdonald
- Primary Care for the Physical Therapist by William G. Boissonnault
- Prosthetic Restoration and Rehabilitation of the Upper and Lower Extremity by Brian Do Kelly; Mary Catherine Spires
- The Rehabilitation Specialist’s Handbook by Serge H. Roy; Steven L. Wolf; David A. Scalzitti
- Sports Nutrition by Christine A. Rosenbloom (Editor); Ellen J. Coleman (Editor)
- Therapeutic Exercise by Michael Higgins
- Therapeutic Modalities by Chad Starkey
- The Use of Aquatics in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Rehabilitation and Physical Conditioning by Kevin E. Wilk (Editor); David Joyner (Editor)
SHP students, we need your input on the library’s upcoming renovation projects. Specifically, we want to know how UAB students use or would like to use the physical library building. Your thoughts and ideas will be extremely helpful as we develop a renovation plan for the library. In exchange for participating in a 1-hour focus group session, we will provide you with free lunch! Please sign up for one of our focus groups listed below. Pre-registration is required to participate in these focus groups.
- Monday, November 3, 12:00pm
- Tuesday, November 4, 12:00pm
- Thursday, November 6, 12:00pm
- Friday, November 14, 12:00pm
If you haven’t already stopped by Lister Hill Library’s afternoon tea on Wednesdays, 12:30-2:30 on the first floor, well… then you’ve really been missing out! Come take a quick break and enjoy a home-baked goody and some tea! And find recipes for our most popular tasty treats, now on our Pinterest page!
Whether this is your first semester at UAB or you are returning for another semester… welcome! The following 1-page flyers (the first one for students, the second one for faculty) were created to help you hone in on some of the most helpful things to know about Lister Hill Library. Please let me know if you have questions about any of the items mentioned.
Are you interested in learning about new apps and tech tools? Then check out Lister Hill Library’s Tech Lister blog. The columns are all written by Lister Hill Library faculty and staff, including yours truly (Susie Smith, SHP liaison). The blog has actually been around for several years, so you’ll find a lot there, including reviews on apps and productivity tools and posts on how Lister Hill librarians use technology to accomplish their work. Have a techie tool you’ve heard about and want us to scope it out? Be sure to share your comments or suggestions for other tools we should review or try!
Don’t miss the special activities planned for April 13 – 19 at Lister Hill Library:
- Return overdue items from April 13 -19 and have the fines erased for these materials
- Enjoy afternoon tea on Wednesday from 12:30 to 2:30 with food & drink provided by the new Sandella’s Flatbread Cafe
- Pet a dog at our Pet Therapy Study Break on Thursday, April 17, 12-1:30 with Hand in Paw
- Win chances for prizes by signing up for the online newsletter or checking Facebook & Twitter for special giveaways
Medscape has just released their 2014 Physician Compensation Report. Here is a description of what is included in this report:
Over 24,000 physicians in 25 specialties responded to this year’s Medscape Compensation Report and described their compensation, number of hours worked, practice changes resulting from healthcare reform, and adaptations to the new healthcare environment.
Click the link above or the image below to access the report.
Lister Hill Library recently added new online resources from Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Titles in this package of 30 e-books include Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy, Neuroanatomy: An Atlas of Structures, Sections, and Systems, and many more. You can find individual titles in our catalog or E-Books search (use the “E-Books in the A-Z List” search blank) or browse and access the entire list of new LWW e-books via the LWW Health Library Premium Basic Sciences Collection link on our Databases page.
Our newest evidence-based practice tool is the Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database. This database covers a wide range of medical, nursing, and health science specialties and includes evidence summaries, evidence–based recommended practices, best practice information sheets, systematic reviews, consumer information sheets, systematic review protocols, and technical reports. You can access the Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database through our Databases page. Off campus access requires a Blazer ID and password.
Psychiatry Online provides access to a collection of journals, e-books including the DSM Library, APA guidelines, and self-assessment & CME tools from American Psychiatric Publishing, a division of the American Psychiatric Association. Access these resources via Psychiatry Online listed on our Databases page, or look up individual e-book titles in our catalog or E-Books search (use the “E-Books in the A-Z List” search blank).
Learn to use UAB’s new advanced patent search and analysis tool Relecura. Join Relecura trainer Alan Shih for a hands-on interactive training workshop. Training will be offered at both UAB libraries. Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptops.
- Thursday, February 6 at Mervyn Sterne Library
- 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm, Room 174
- Friday, February 7 at Lister Hill Library
- 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm, LHL Training Lab G17
- Lunch will be provided for this session from 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm
All are welcome! Registration is encouraged. Register by clicking the links above.
If you have any questions about the Relecura training, please Ask a Librarian.