The Levy Library is pleased to announce that Medications and Mothers' Milk 2008 by T. W. Hale is now available online to Mount Sinai faculty, staff and students. Known as "The Mothers' Milk Book" by many Mount Sinai physicians and nurses in Maternal and Child Health and in Pediatrics who are familiar with the print edition, this comprehensive reference on the impact of medications on breastfeeding mothers and infants includes monographs on more than 1000 drugs, vitamins, herbs and vaccines; and offers tables on radioisotopes, radiocontrast agents and common cold remedies.
Link to Medications and Mothers' Milk 2008 by going from the Library’s home page at http://www.mssm.edu/library to our E-Books page. Then search for it by title or browse the categories Pediatrics or Drug Information and Pharmaceutical Medicine. You can also search for it by title on our Databases page, or find it listed in the database subjects Clinical Sciences or Drug Information.
Search tip: Medications and Mothers' Milk may be searched by drug name, partial name or first letter of the drug. To open the search box, click the link to Find Drugs Vaccines & More along the left side of the book's home page. It is easy to find a specific drug by typing in the first few letters of the drug’s name. Click Search, and then Select the drug you are looking for from a short browse list.
A long weekend is approaching: the Library will be closed this Monday, January 18 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We’ll be open regular hours Saturday and Sunday.
By the way, have you ever searched for Martin Luther King in PubMed? (No, I’m the only person who ever does that). It thinks you’re searching for an author named Luther Martin, and the word King. It doesn’t find anything. You can check the details page to see how PubMed translates your search incorrectly. On the other hand, if you search for “Martin Luther King” in quotation marks (which I normally don’t recommend!) you get more expected results – a few articles referring to the man himself (like this one), more from hospitals and medical centers named after him, and a whole bunch from institutions with addresses on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, Drive, Boulevard, or even Platz (in Hamburg!).
But, if you feel like maybe MLK PubMed searches aren’t the best use of your time on your day off, here is a link to find volunteer opportunities to make your MLK Day a Day of Service. See you back at the Library next Tuesday!
EndNote reported a problem last week with importing references for articles published from 2010 or later in all versions of the software except EndNote X3. *Please be aware that if you are using End Note X2 or earlier, the date field for any year 2010 articles that you import may be blank.* If this occurs, you will need to manually enter 2010 in the empty year field.
EndNote plans to make a patch available to fix this issue for EndNote X2 and EndNote X1. The patch for EndNote X2 is expected in early 2010. The patch for EndNote X1 will follow in the first quarter of 2010. End Note no longer supports EndNote X and earlier versions, and does not plan to provide a fix for those versions. More details can be found on the EndNote website – http://www.endnote.com/support/Faqs/Import/faq20.asp.
EndNote X3 may be obtained through the Levy Library for $50. The list price on the EndNote website for a single CD-Rom copy is $299.95. To purchase a copy, please contact the Levy Library Computing Help Desk at Medemail@example.com.
The Library also offers the following EndNote classes:
EndNote X3: An Introduction
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EndNote X3, the popular desktop reference management software, includes Find Full Text, a feature that allows you to automatically locate available PDF articles and quickly add them to your EndNote Library. In this class, you will practice using EndNote X3 to collect, organize and maintain a 'library' of references, find and save full-text journal articles, and insert and format references in a MS Word document.
EndNote X3: Advanced Features
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If you are comfortable with the basic functions of EndNote X3 and want to find out what else this program can do for you, sign up for this class. You'll learn to use some of the power functions in EndNote X3, such as inserting images and tables into your document, customizing reference types and output styles, creating custom bibliographies and connecting to full-text journal articles online. You will also practice using EndNote X3's new Find Full Text feature to automatically locate available PDF articles and quickly add them to your EndNote Library.