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Hey MD18-ers! Welcome to your Core Clerkships!

The Hirsh Health Sciences Library is thrilled to introduce a new resource that we’re trying out, the LWW Health Library for Clerkship/Clinical Rotations.

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This resource brings together 39 authoritative titles needed for each of the core clerkship rotations, and pulls together in-demand titles previously only available in print, including the Step-up, Recall, Blueprints, Shelf Life, and BRS titles. Access nearly 5000 practice questions in Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Surgery, Family Medicine, and Psychiatry, as well as 150 clinical cases designed to take you step-by-step through patient management and decision-making.

This collection brings together many of the resources you need to master your clinical clerkships; don’t delay, check it out today!

p.s. This is a great resource for students in the PA program, and anyone else seeking timely and trusted resources to reference in a clinical setting.

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Spring into new titles at Hirsh Library!

Since the new year, we’ve added a long list of books to our collection, including a great many new releases on nutrition. Be sure to check the NEW BOOKS display above the journal wall on the 4th floor in your travels, as they are rotated frequently.

 

More Than Just Food : Food Justice and Community Change by Garrett M. Broad

The Science of Nutrition by Janice L. Thompson

Remaking the American Patient by Nancy Tomes

The Personalized Medicine Revolution by Pieter Cullis

The Iceberg by Marion Coutts

In a Different Key: The Story of Autism by John Donvan

Hand to Mouth : Living in Bootstrap America by Linda Tirado

 

…and if you need to take a break from reading, here are two highly recommended films that have been added this month.

Ken Burns Presents Cancer : the Emperor of All Maladies

In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto

 

As always, if there’s a book out there that you think the library should own, please let us know!

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