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The library allows covered drinks and dry snacks to be consumed in the library.
Users can download programs like Adobe Acrobat, Netter Presenter, and SPSS from Medical Center IT's Service Catalog. To access licensed software for Mac and Windows PCs, visit MCIT's Applications & Software page [http://servicecatalog.nyumc.org/apps-softw...
SciFinder Scholar includes information on more than 40 million substances and 18 million reactions (searchable by structure, formula, and chemical identifier) as well as over 30 million references, including journal articles, patents and other documents. ...
When you are trying to access subscription-based electronic resources remotely (i.e. from off-site), you will be asked to authenticate using an ID and password. Please use your Kerberos ID (e.g. doej01) or Net ID (e.g. jsd123) to log in. If you are not ...
The library purchases licenses to thousands of journals, books, and databases. We are grateful to have your help identifying problems with access when they arise. Please let us know if you are unable to access any of our resources online (e.g. a broken ...
An _embargo_ is a delay between a journal or book's print publication and its digital publication. An embargo period is typically 6 to 12 months. Very few library subscriptions have embargos, but for those that do, it is noted under "coverage." If you n...
Searching databases, such as PubMed, is a good way to find articles on a particular topic. Once you have located an article from any of our licensed databases you can easily download the full-text directly from the database. All NYU Health Sciences Libr...
The Sid and Ruth Lapidus Health Sciences Library and the Herman Robbins Medical Library (HJD) serve the students, faculty, and staff of the NYU School of Medicine and the NYU Hospitals. Access to the library is permitted only with a valid ID from NYU. I...
1. In EndNote, go to the edit menu and select _Preferences._ 2. In the _Preferences_ window, select _Find Full-Text _from the left side. 3. In the _Find Full-Text Preferences_ (right side), check off all the boxes and enter the following URLs: OPENU...
To find historical images, please visit the NYU Medical Archives [http://archives.med.nyu.edu] website. You can use the search bar to look for historical images of the NYU School of Medicine, NYU Tisch Hospital, Rusk Institute, Bellevue Hospital Medical C...
If you have information you would like to contribute to our alumni database, please contact the NYU Medical Archives using our Reference Request Form [http://archives.med.nyu.edu/content/archivist-reference-contact-form].
USERS WITH A KERBEROS ID NYU MCIT-MANAGED COMPUTERS Mac users EndNote software is available through the MCIT Service Catalog [http://servicecatalog.nyumc.org/apps-software/Pages/default.aspx]. Select "Mac software downloads" and follow the in...
Visit the Locations [http://hsl.med.nyu.edu/locations] page to view hours, addresses, and more.
If you are looking for something the library does not have in its collection, you can make a request through Document Delivery and Interlibrary Loan and the library will search a global network of other libraries to retrieve it for you. Document Deliver...
IF YOU REQUEST... YOU WILL GET... WITHIN APPROXIMATELY... REGULAR SERVICE: RUSH SERVICE: A book not owned by NYUHSL The book delivered to your branch library for pick up 10-15 business days 4-5 business days An article or chapt...
If you do not have access to the NYU Health Sciences Library, we suggest you try one of the following resources in New York City: NYU LANGONE HEALTH INFORMATION SPECIALISTS Medical and consumer health information for NYULMC patients and family members ...
Any NIH funding awarded after April 7, 2008 - including continuing grants or cooperative agreements - fall under the terms of this Policy.
The library supports discounts for the following publishers: BMJ Institutional Fellowship In order to submit to _BMJ Case Reports_, _BMJ Veterinary Record_, or _BMJ In Practice_ authors must either purchase a fellowship or use their institution's group c...
The group customer number for NYU is 201956 In order to submit to BMJ Case Reports, Veterinary Record, or In Practice authors must either purchase a fellowship or use their institution's group customer number. It is unclear whether this number will also w...
All NYU research staff, faculty, and students can now receive a 15% DISCOUNT on their article-processing charges for all research articles accepted for publication in BioMed Central journals. BioMed Central (BMC) publishes over 200 journals in the fields...
Alumni of NYU School of Medicine or other NYU schools or colleges are eligible to use the University's Alumni E-Library [http://library.nyu.edu/about/visiting/visitor-access-to-nyu-libraries/alumni/]. The Alumni E-Library makes available a collection of e...
The library provides JournalTOCs, a website for quickly and easily signing up to receive table of contents notices by email from your favorite journals. JOURNALTOCS [HTTP://WWW.JOURNALTOCS.AC.UK.EZPROXY.MED.NYU.EDU/] To learn how to use JournalTOCs ei...
A DIGITAL OBJECT IDENTIFIER (DOI) is a unique character string associated with a digital object, typically a digital text like a journal article or data set. The DOI remains fixed over the lifetime the text or data set, providing more stability than the U...
Occasionally, when attempting to view a full-text article, the screen may display a white page with the following text: > The requested URL was rejected. Please consult with your > administrator. > > Your support ID is: 123456789 The support ID will ...
To access online resources provided by the NYU Health Sciences Library, faculty/staff of the Woodhull Medical Center are required to have an active NYU email address (@nyumc.org). Contact MCIT regarding activating your NYU email address at 212-263-6868 or...
All of the electronic journals included in the NYU Health Sciences Library's collection are available to NYU students, faculty, and staff while working offsite. To find and access full-text articles, you can search the NYULMC version of PubMed from the ...
All NYULMC students, faculty and staff have an NYU Net ID as well as a Kerberos ID. Before using your Net ID you must activate it. Follow these steps to activate it, or change your password if you have previously activated it. From the DDS page on the H...
All of the electronic journals, databases, and ebooks included in the NYU Health Sciences Library's collection are available to NYU students, faculty, and staff while working offsite. To find and access the library's resources, you can search the catalo...
Epocrates Essentials offers drug, disease and diagnostic tools and can be downloaded and accessed by NYU students, staff and faculty. Before downloading, you must register online to access the full version of Epocrates for iOS or Android. From the libra...
The NYU Health Sciences Library has created a bookmarklet that can be installed in your internet browser to access full-text journal articles from home. Instructions for installing the bookmarklet can be found here [http://hsl.med.nyu.edu/faq/bookmarklets...
There is a KNOWN ISSUE for off-site patrons using iPhones (though this solution will assist any mobile device user) who begin their search from the Library's homepage using the PubMed search box. Upon landing on the PubMed website, iPhone users are automa...
WHAT IS ORCID? ORCID is a widely used unique researcher/author identifier scheme. An ORCID ID is a 16 character code (e.g., "0000-0001-5390-4394") which allows researcher/authors to be unambiguously identified, regardless of name similarities or name ch...