News and Updates
FREE Physicians’ Desk Reference (PDR) eBook
To download your free PDR eBook, please stop by LRC front desk to get the PDR Network ID for registration.
UpToDate is available to all clinicians, staff, residents, fellows, and students at UT Health and Memorial Hermann at: http://www.uptodate.com/contents/search
“We are pleased to again offer the leading evidence-based clinical decision resource UpToDate to all UT employees and students,” said Dr. James Griffiths, UT Physicians chief technology officer. “This tool has been one of the most requested items by residents and students even to the point of a petition drive in the past.”
Users may access the system via any internal hospital or clinic computer as well through phone/tablet app or home computer. Once logged in to the UT domain, users will be able to register with UpToDate, receive their UN?PW from UpToDate and activate the mobile app with it. While in the UT domain, UT employees and students can just click on the login/register button to set up UpToDate.
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Satellite LRC @ LBJ
A satellite Learning Resource Center is now open at the LBJ Hospital on the second floor of the UTHealth Annex, Room 213. It has 16 individually partitioned study carrels with UT-configured desktop computer systems, wireless connectivity, group seating for up to eight, network scanner and core texts in support of curricular requirements of third- and fourth-year clerkships and rotations.
The LRC is open 24/7 for medical students with a valid LBJ ID badge. Food is not allowed and only beverages in closed containers are permitted. For the convenience of students, a breakout room and lockers are available adjacent to the LRC.
Students are invited to exhibit their artwork, including photographs, paintings, etc. in the LRC Art Gallery. In most cases, the LRC will provide picture frames and assist with the reproduction of digital images. Please call 713.500.5146 for further details.
New Instructional Resources
Newer editions of core texts, course syllabi, and instructional resources have recently been added to the collection. Students are encouraged to come behind the circulation to browse the collection. Recommendations for additions to the collection are welcomed.