- How PubMed Works: Introduction
- How PubMed Works: Selection
- How PubMed Works: MeSH (Medical Subject Headings)
- How PubMed Works: ATM (Automatic Term Mapping)
Saturday, August 1, 2020
Thursday, July 30, 2020
You're probably as sick of reading pandemic-related posts as I am of writing them, but here's another one! Mark Rober,
Or if you just need a good laugh, watch this video about Mark's attempts to stop squirrels from emptying his bird feeders instead.
Monday, July 27, 2020
Interested in medical history? Check out this annotated bibliography of articles on past pandemics. When she no longer had access to the rare books room, New York Academy of Medicine Library volunteer Hannah Johnston compiled a list of digital materials. We're living through some weird times, but history can help us make some sense of where we are now.
Photo from the Center for Disease Control's 1918 Historical Image Gallery
Friday, July 24, 2020
Maybe you're already familiar with McSweeney's Internet Tendency. I'm partial to their lists (although I did have to go to page nine, all the way back in February to find a funny one that WASN'T pandemic-related).
They do a lot of satire, but they have serious features as well. Check out Flattened by the Curve, an essay series written by healthcare workers on the front lines of the pandemic.
|Annalisa Silvestri, Italian anesthesiologist|
Photo by Alberto Giuliani