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Northeastern University Libraries is currently offering trial access to Physician Assistant Clinics, a new Clinics Review Articles series from Elsevier offering in-depth clinical review articles written by PAs for PAs.

Physician Assistant Clinics aims to provide an authoritative and continuously updated clinical information resource that covers all of the relevant PA specialties. This series will give PAs deep insights into the latest advancements in their fields and show how they are applicable in practice. Our clinical review articles address the key points, diagnosis, prognosis, clinical management, and complications of disease and techniques, evidence, and controversies in the field. Information for quick reference, as well as in-depth coverage of a topic, is a hallmark of the Clinics’ series.

The trial ends on July 1st, 2017.

Please let us know your thoughts on this resource and evaluate its value.

 

Northeastern Universities Libraries is currently offering a trial access to the AccessMedicine's Case Files Collection from McGraw Hill.  The Case Files Collection helps students learn and apply basic science and clinical medicine concepts in the context of realistic patient cases.   Each case is interactive and includes a description of the case with opportunity to record impress and ideas, and a summary of treatment.  Each case offers a self-review quiz. The Case Files Collection includes:

  •     The complete collection of basic science, cinical medicine, and post-graduate level cases from the 23 Case Files series books
  •     An interactive format to help students learn and retain knowledge through exposure to realistic patient cases
  •     Personalized functionality to let users mark their progress through completed and unseen cases

Cases range from those suitable for first year health science students studying the basic sciences to clinical sciences of interest to doctoral students.  Broad topics include:  Anatomy, Anesthesiology, Biochemistry, Cardiology, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Famiy Medicine, Geriatrics, Gynecologic Surgery, Pathology, Pediatrics, Physiology and more.

The trial ends on March 1st, 2017.

Please let us know your thoughts on this resource and evaluate its value.

 

Northeastern University Libraries is currently offering a trial of Sage Business Cases, a growing digital colection of 1,000 case studies from a variety of industries around the world.  Many cases include instructor-only teaching notes and suggested responses to discussion questions.  Campus-wide access to the whole collection provides easy discoverability for use in course planning, assignments, in-class lectures and personal research without having to purchase business cases individually. 

Use Sage Business Cases to:

  • Quickly and easily find authoritative cases for independent study, in-class lecture, or assigned reading
  • Explore real-life examples of successes and failures in the global business world
  • Develop and foster practical business decision-making and analytical skills

The trial for Sage Business Cases will end on March 10, 2017.  Please let us know your thoughts on this resource and help evaulate its value.

 

Northeastern University Libraries is currently offering a trial of Access World News, from NewsBank.  Research unique current and archived news current for information on topics, events, issues, people, businesses and more through this in-depth resource.  Newsbank includes over 8,000 sources.   Easy online access to local, in-state, national and international news sources, including newspapers, Spanish language,  broadcast transcripts, newswires, new blogs, news web-only content and video, with some sources dating back to the late 70's. Included is extensive Boston and Massachusetts coverage, including the Boston Herald.  There is also extensive coverage on international areas, including Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

 The trial for Access World News from Newsbank will end on March 24th, 2017.  Please let us know your thoughts on this resource and help evaluate its value.