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Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program recognized for being a community resource

The work of bringing high quality health services and resources to our local communities by Stony Brook librarians, faculty, and interns associated with the The Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (HeLP) has been recognized by CBS news. The Stony

Posted in About Us, Health Sciences Library, Libraries, Library Outreach, Library Science, Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Social Welfare, Stony Brook University

New Health Disparities Research Guide

Guest post by Health Sciences Library Intern Sunny Chung The Health Disparities research guide provides links to healthcare information and resources that can help to reduce health disparities and provide more equitable health care. It contains information about which groups

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Wishing luck to SOM students – Match Day 2021

Match Day is tomorrow Friday 3/19! This is the highly anticipated day when medical students find out where they will be training as residents for the next several years. This is a very exciting time as all the foundational skills

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NNLM Love Data Week 2021

Contains information about "Love Data Week" featured speakers.

Love Data Week is a week-long series of events bringing recognition to the importance of all aspects of research data. The National Networks of Library of Medicine (NNLM) is hosting several events during Love Data Week, from 2/8/21-2/12/21, including four

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Important Changes Coming to My NCBI Accounts

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After June 1, 2021, My NCBI users will no longer be able to login using their My NCBI credentials. This includes access to SciENcv and MyBibliography. You must use a federated account, either through eRA Commons, Google or your institution, in

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New NIH Data Management Policy

Guest post by Health Sciences Library Intern Sunny Chung. The National Institutes of Health recently announced a new Policy for Data Management and Sharing. This will replace the policy that is currently in effect on January 25, 2023. NIH requires

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Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (HeLP): Upcoming Webinar on Influenza

The Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (otherwise known as SBMHeLP) has an upcoming webinar on Tuesday, November 3rd from 2-3pm entitled “The Flu Vaccine: What You Need to Know.” The webinar will provide general information about the flu vaccine,

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SBU Libraries Launch “Documenting COVID-19: Stony Brook University Experiences”

Stony Brook University Libraries is pleased to announce “Documenting COVID-19: Stony Brook University Experiences,” a new digital archive project established to collect, preserve, and publish the institutional history of Stony Brook University during this unprecedented moment in history.  The entire

Posted in COVID-19, Digital Collections, Discovery and Digital Initiatives, Health Sciences Library, Medicine, New and Notable, Southampton, Special Collections & University Archives, Spotlight, Stony Brook University

Important Changes to PubMed Coming Soon

A new version of PubMed has been in the works for some time now, and as of May 18, 2020, this new database will be the default. Users will still be able to access what is now being referred to

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New Timeline Chronicles the 40th Anniversary of SBU Hospital

A new timeline, which includes information drawn from historical papers and photographs from the University Archives, chronicles the history of Stony Brook Medicine. In 1980, Stony Brook University Hospital first opened its doors and became the region’s first academic medical center. Stony Brook

Posted in About Us, Health Sciences Library, History, Medicine, Special Collections & University Archives, Stony Brook University