2017 3D Printing Contest Results!

The Library held a 3-D printer contest beginning in February 2017 for both the Missouri and Arizona campuses.
Both campuses received several entries. The top three winners from each campus were:

Missouri campus

First Prize: Jeremy Houser, PhD; Baydon Hilton; & Blake Stringham; with the 3-D Ophthalomotrope

Second Prize: Dallyn Udall; with the 3-D Sagittal brain sections

Third Prize: Jamie Carroll; with the 3-D Preservative-free eye drop container

Arizona campus

First Prize: Jon Seo & Garrett Seymore; with the Safe mandibular surgery model

Second Prize: Matthew Kahn, DDS, MS; Desiree Lovett; & Kristina Rodriguez; with the 3-D printing for implant surgical guide

Third Prize: Jake Zellner; with the 3-D Human skull for dental anesthetic technique

A panel of faculty and/or staff from each campus judged the models. Models will be displayed within both A.T. Still Memorial Library campus locations.

And see the full story on our blog or iConnect.

Guide to Changes in OneSearch

On January 19, the library officially merged the AZ and MO campus versions of the online search tool, Still OneSearch, a culmination of 4 years work to merge the library collections..  This means that both campuses have access to all the same resources as the other.  Most users will see no differences.  The following graphic illustrates the changes that have been made to the library’s main page. 

  1. The search box radial button to select between the Arizona or Missouri campus has been eliminated.

  2. A link to the Missouri campus for those Missouri users who have saved data (saved citations, etc) in their EBSCO Still OneSearch accounts has been temporarily provided. Missouri campus users will need to create a new OneSearch account on our new OneSearch portal and migrate their saved citations (emails will go out to those who are affected)

  3. A link to Rehabilitation Reference Center (a point of care tool for Rehab professionals) has been added to the UpToDate & DynaMedPlus tab for Point of Care research.

Top 10 Searches in Popular Library Resources

U.S. DynaMed Plus® Searches

  1. Hypertension
  2. COPD
  3. Pneumonia
  4. UTI
  5. Diabetes
  6. Gout
  7. Atrial fibrillation
  8. Asthma
  9. Pancreatitis
  10. Stroke
A.T. Still UpToDate Searches

  1. Tinea Infections
  2. Cellulitis
  3. Sinusitis
  4. Hypertension
  5. Tonsilophayngitis
  6. Conjuctivitis
  7. Abnormal liver function tests
  8. Systolic Dysfunction
  9. Diabetic ketoacidosis
  10. Community acquired pneumonia
Still One Search Searches

  1. bates
  2. costanzo
  3. sanford guide
  4. scholarly writing
  5. health belief model
  6. evidence based practice
  7. telemedicine
  8. foundations of osteopathic medicine
  9. crossfit
  10. sports biomechanics

Source: http://tinyurl.com/gqk38tt

Source: UpToDate

Source: Google Analytics

Have you heard about the ATSU Clinical App?

The A.T. Still Memorial (ATSU) Library Clinical App gets you to the evidence you need during your clinical rotations!

Select your profile, enter your ATSU library user name and password and select from the best and most relevant point of care and evidence based databases the library offers.

Select eTextbooks for reference are also included.

Of course, you can also search the library’s all in one search tool to do a comprehensive search across all the library’s resources.

We’ve invested in the latest mobile solution for health sciences students and we’ll be adjusting based on your feedback.

Zika Virus Summary Pages

The Zika Virus has been in the news lately for causing pregnancy deformations in Brazil and other tropical American countries. Recent reports place the virus withing the United States. Below are summary pages from our top medical resources.

Resource Pages
Free Zika Virus Resources Gathered by the NLM
CDC Zika Virus Page
Results of Still OneSearch search

Overview Articles
Overview article from New England Journal of Medicine
Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease Article
Overview article from Lancet

Point of Care Reviews
UpToDate Review
Dynamed Plus Review

Essential Evidence Plus (with Daily POEMs) is back!

Essential Evidence PlusEssential Evidence Plus (EE+) is a powerful, comprehensive clinical decision support system that integrates information on 9,000 diagnoses into healthcare professionals’ clinical workflows. EE+ offers Daily POEM (“Patient-Oriented Evidence that Matters”) alerts [info on signing up here] and POEM of the Week Podcasts. AHFS DI Essentials, a drug monograph service, is also included.