Category results for: Health Sciences

Gene: Known and predicted gene information

Find It Gene provides users with comprehensive information on known and predicted genes. There is gene-specific information on species ranging from bees to orangutans. Within the results for a particular gene, users are given information on everything such as the lineage, gene type and scientific name of the organism. There are more than 14 million […]

Psychotherapy.net: Trial of streaming videos

Find It VCU Libraries offers a trial of streaming videos from Psychotherapy.net. Faculty are invited to access this item from the Trials web page.  Test this from home or remote locations to see how the streaming holds up. Feedback will be important to making a purchasing decision. The trial goes through Oct. 10. Psychotherapy.net includes interviews, lectures […]

Anatomy.TV: Structures of the human body

Find It Anatomy.TV provides users with quality, in-depth information on the entire composition of the human body. The database divides the body into nine sections for users to search through, including the head and neck, the foot and ankle and the thorax and abdomen. Along with the general structure, users are given the MRI, slides […]

New Web of Science Databases: Expanded resources

VCU Libraries in 2015 expanded its access to Web of Science (WOS) databases with the addition of new titles and backfile coverage for existing titles. BIOSIS Citation Index: expanded version of BIOSIS Previews with cited indexing Book Citation Index: cited indexing for more than 30,000 books in social sciences, humanities and sciences; see the YouTube […]

CRCnetBASE: Science, technology and medicine

Find It CRCnetBASE is a collection of more than 9,300 ebooks in more than 350 subject areas with a focus on science, technology and medicine. It has won awards for best reference, best platform and outstanding academic resource. It’s also accessible from any mobile device. The database also includes collections with specific focuses: CHEMnetBASE includes chemical and […]

Art Browsery: VCU art book collection

Look, learn and create: The Art Browsery, a dedicated book display on the fourth floor, James Branch Cabell Library, offers new, beautiful books that can inform your creativity. “When you are caught up in the creative process of making art, sometimes you need to take a break and find added inspiration,” says Carla-Mae Crookendale, VCU Libraries’ […]

ClinicalKey: Evidence-based practice information

Find It ClinicalKey now is your major source for evidence-based practice information on the go. The medical and surgical database from Elsevier is the new clinical reference resource replacing MDConsult. It is available 24/7 from classrooms to clinics. An unlimited number of users can sign on simultaneously. Clinicians are the key users for this resource. […]

Oral Pathology Review Images: Oral abnormalities compilation

Find It Oral Pathology Review Images gives dentistry students a new and improved way to study oral abnormalities. Dr. Dennis Page of the Department of Oral Pathology at the VCU School of Dentistry developed this collection to help students learn about the most common abnormalities of the oral cavity. The collection includes images of soft tissue […]

Digital-Tutors: Online training library

Find It  Digital-Tutors, a vast online video training library, presents professional instruction that is accessible and comprehensive. Designed by industry professionals, video tutorials assist artists and designers in developing skills and learning the latest techniques for two-dimensional and three-dimensional digital art, game development, video and video effects. With more than 24,000 videos and constantly growing, […]

New England Journal of Medicine: Medical reporting history

Find It The New England Journal of Medicine has a history of groundbreaking medical reporting, including its coverage of the first demonstration of ether anesthesia, the first successful treatments of childhood leukemia and the role of aspirin in heart health. Its archives, available through VCU Libraries, include more than 150,000 articles and 85,000 images from […]

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