Becker librarians offer robust information retrieval and management services to support clinical quality improvements by providing comprehensive literature searches, setting up customized alerts on topics of interest, and organizing resources for team-members and groups.
Tips to NIH Public Access Compliance: Don’t forget to check the “NIH funding” box on forms from the journal
Congratulations! Your article has been accepted to a journal. We know this is an exciting time and there are many details to manage. One key thing to remember – If NIH funding supported the work, don’t forget to check the “NIH funding” box on the publisher’s copyright form. This lets the publisher know that the [Read more]
A new historical exhibit titled, “Brain Localization: images and ideas through 500 years,” is on display from June 11 to September 14 on the seventh floor of the Bernard Becker Medical Library.
Fee-based Ovid accounts will be deactivated July 1, 2018. Use of Ovid will be free to all Washington University School of Medicine faculty, staff and students on the WUSM network or while using remote access.
A very generous donation of archival materials was given to Becker Library in May 2018 consisting of letters, photographs, case reports, and other papers that had belonged to John T. Hodgen, one of the most prominent 19th century physicians in St. Louis.
When searching for a specific journal or e-book in the Electronic Resources portal, you can search by various title options, ISBN/ISSN, or a specific DOI or PMID number.
#SciComm Thursday Finale – Join us on May 17th for a Panel of National and Local Media: “Telling Your Story in a ‘Post-Truth’ World”
We invite you to join the Becker Medical Library and the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences for an exciting wrap-up of our 2017-2018 #SciComm Thursdays series on Thursday, May 17th from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Connor Auditorium. This culminating event will feature local and national members of the media discussing what they see as [Read more]
April is National Poetry Month! That means it’s time for us to venture into the stacks and find examples of one of the most entertaining poetic subgenres: Medical Poetry.
This announcement is from the Operations & Facilities Management Department. The Operations & Facilities Management Department (OFMD) is excited to announce construction updates for the Becker Medical Library. Read below for the details! Becker Medical Library Starting May 21st, the Operations & Facilities Management Department will begin construction on the first floor and lobby of [Read more]