Lucy Candib of Family Medicine talks about her work with asylum-seeking patients. It is fascinating. Have a listen – details below.
LSL NOW News and Events of the Lamar Soutter Library
Recognizing the demand for study space and the popularity of the Library study carrels, the Lamar Soutter Library has set aside all study carrels on the 2nd and 3rd floors for individual student use. Reservations for a study carrel need to be made through the online, self-service reservation system.
Downloading PDFs from the Library's website just got easier! A new feature has been added to the Library website. In the tabbed search box at the top of the home page you can find the "Get PDF!" tab. Enter a DOI or a PMID and in just a couple of clicks you can retrieve the PDF if it's available. If your PDF is not available you can request the article from interlibrary loan.
We’re excited to announce a new update to the LSL website: the A-Z Database list! The new list allows you to narrow down our list of 130+ databases by subject or by database type, which can really take some of the guessing out of your searching. We also included subjects based on your program of study, so you can see which databases your librarians think will serve you best. Still not sure where to start? You can easily reach out to a subject specialist right from within your search, either by using our Ask a Librarian chat, or contacting a librarian directly.
Are you ready? We are!!!
A Message from the Director
The Lamar Soutter Library will be re-opening its doors on Monday, August 3, at 8:00 a.m. We are excited to be opening the Library space for your study needs. You will see that the renovation project that started back in August 2019 is now complete; be sure to visit the 2nd and 3rd floors. You will also be delighted to see that we are now offering free printing and wireless charging devices for self-checkout.
"It took the Pandemic to reveal the resilience and grit and engagement that was within us all along,” Dr. Michael Hirsh writes in the latest blog post from The Interstitium. But the real challenge will be maintaining this momentum, he explains. Dr. Hirsh provides keen insight in “What We Learned in the Pandemic” and challenges moving forward. Read the full post at https://theinterstitium.home.blog/2020/07/20/what-we-learned-in-the-pandemic/
Hello and happy Summer from the staff of Lamar Soutter Library! It's been so long since we've seen you in person and we want to remind you – we're still here for you. Enjoy!
Beginning on Monday, June 15, 2020 at 3:00 a.m. the Library’s Proxy service will undergo a major update. During the transition time Library users may experience some disruption to their access to Library online resources through the Proxy service. Disruption in service may occur beginning at 3:00 a.m. on the 15th. Service should be fully restored by 12:00 noon on that date.
This narrative medicine podcast explores how health providers and trainees think about their experiences in medicine. Not about how they make diagnoses, but how they relate to their patients and what makes them tick. Each episode interviews someone from UMass Medical School who has written a poem or essay to learn about them and their reflection. We hope this podcast inspires others to become more reflective practitioners as well. Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 26, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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