Videos Tutorials on Using AccessMedicine
Three new video tutorials have been created to assist UMHS Faculty and Students with using the valuable AccessMedicine
- 'How to Login to AccessMedicine' (4 minutes)
- 'Searching AccessMedicine' (7 minutes)
- 'Setting Up the AccessMedicine App' (2 minutes)
These are available for viewing by going to the Training Kit
page on the Library website
, and clicking the links provided under the 'Resource Guides'
Please contact me if you need to be reminded of your login credentials for AccessMedicine.
|Screen Shot of Advanced Search in AccessMedicine for updates on 'dementia'|
Labels: AccessMedicine, Anne Ross Library, library instruction, library resources, tutorials, video guides
Understanding Medical Words:
A Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine
"This tutorial teaches you about medical words. You'll learn about how to put together parts of medical words. You'll also find quizzes to see what you've learned." You will need Flash Player to view the programs.
But for those interested in a more serious online tutorial for learning medical terminology check out this excelence offering from Des Moines University.
Labels: consumer health information, medical terminology, MedlinePlus, NLM, tutorials
"In the 1950s there were seven nursing journals;
today there are close to 500.
It’s essential that any kind of student, in nursing or any other field, has access to information because that’s part of the learning experience. They are required to do research and, in order to do it in a timely manner, they need a biblographic database. The one that covers nursing is CINAHL, ...”June Levy
, Director of CINAHL Information Systems.
As IUON students you have access to the CINAHL
through your EBSCO login; via the regular EBSCO
or the new Nursing Reference Center
interface.[See the links in the sidebar.]CINAHL
= "Cumulative Index for Nursing & Allied Health Literature"Title link to article by Christina Orlovsky posted on NurseZone.com
Check out this great CINAHL tutorial:"Using CINAHL Plus with Full Text to Find Medical Information"
by James Carson
, Librarian at Lake-Sumter Community College.
Labels: CINAHL, health research, journal database, nursing literature, tutorials