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Locating Materials in the Library and Online
Links to other relevant resources for medical students
Search the Calder Library List of Databases
MEDLINE Databases
Decision-Making Support Databases: Find Background and Foreground Information
Drug Information

It is called drug information, medication information, or drug informatics. It's really the discovery, use, and management of information in the use of medications. Drug information covers the gamut from identification, cost, and pharmacokinetics to dosage and adverse effects. You may also need information about the body, health, or diseases in order to better utilize the drug information.

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Bibliographies

When writing a bibliography, remember that the purpose is to communicate to the reader, in a standardized manner, the sources that you have used in sufficient detail to be identified.

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Managing Reference, Citations, & Bibliographies
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  • ORCID @ UM 
    Information on creating and using an ORCID iD at the University of Miami. Your ORCID iD is a unique identifier for researchers that provides a persistent digital identifier to distinguish you from all other researchers. 
Setting up your free ORCID account takes only minutes. Once you create your account, you can use it to keep track of all your scientific papers.
 
Miller School and Internet Resources for Students
The Steps of Practicing EBM

The steps of practicing EBM:

1. Ask a focused question.

2. Track down the evidence

3. Critically appraise evidence for its validity, effect size, precision

4. Apply the evidence in practice:

  • amalgamate the valid evidence with other relevant information (values & preferences, clinical/health issues, & system issues)
  • implement the decision in practice

Source: Center for Evidence Based Medicine

What is Complementary and Alternative Medicine?
Calder Library Personal Librarian Program
Personal Librarians By Society

Kelsa Bartley, MSI
Email: k.bartley@.miami.edu

Academic Societies: 
  • Adler-Everitt
  • Asclepius
  • Blackwell
  • Hunter

John Reynolds, MLIS, AHIP
Email: jxr1327@miami.edu

Academic Societies: 
  • Courvoisier
  • Cushing
  • Harvey
  • Laennec

Barbara M. Sorondo, PhD, MLIS
Email: bmsorondo@miami.edu

Academic Societies:
  • Imhotep
  • Roentgen
  • Schweitzer
  • Virchow

Erica Powell, MLIS
Email:  epowell@miami.edu
  • Alternate Personal Librarian
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