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VisualDX Trial - a unique mobile and desktop application for diagnostic accuracy,
patient engagement, and medical education – is now available as a trial across
Baystate. All clinical faculty, students, and staff can access VisualDx that features
more than 30,000 medical images and specialist-level knowledge to help diagnose,
treat, and manage over 1,300 visually identifiable diseases,drug reactions, and
Additionally, VisualDx is integrated within UpToDate. Links identified with this icon
in UpToDate will open value-add content within VisualDx.
Be sure to get your free mobile access for iPads, iPhones, and Android devices.
VisualDx was rated a “Top Five Medical App” at Harvard Medical School and at
UPENN. To learn more about VisualDx mobile here is a video overview –
New Motion Detecting Lighting has been installed in the library. As a result, you
may notice some dark areas that will light up as soon as you walk by.
Scholarly Commons: Create your own Researcher page
Use the easy-to-navigate interface and have your page in minutes! or contact Librarians
at ext. 41865 to help create your page for you.
A gentle reminder to all authors and co-authors to include the Baystate affiliation when
submitting information to publishers of your peer reviewed publications.
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You will soon see QR Codes displayed in various parts of the library to help you find specific information where and when you need it! For questions about using QR codes, contact the library at X 4-1866.
We now offer Elsevier’s Clinical Key , a unique evidence-based point-of-care tool that provides comprehensive, reliable and fast results.
New Rosetta Stone Cloud-based Program Eliminates Long Waits. Available in 24 languages and can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection. Click below for details.
The library's website is now optimized for all mobile devices.
New Motion Detecting Lighting has been installed in the library. As a result, you may notice some dark areas that will light up as soon as you walk by.
Disclaimer: This information is based on an automated search of the SCOPUS database and may not be comprehensive.