Do you have questions about plagiarism? Well look no further! The library has compiled resources to help guide you through the confusing and sometimes frustrating world of plagiarism. This guide goes over the different forms of plagiarism, tips and tools to help avoid it, and real world examples of the damage it can cause. Take a moment to look over ways that you can avoid plagiarism.
For the month of February, the Student Doctors for Ethnic Diversity and the library have created a display based on the theme, “Health and Wellbeing: The Condition of Women and Men’s Health”. A few titles that are being highlighted this year are Medical apartheid, Black man in a white coat, Black women’s health, The African American woman’s health book, Body and soul : the Black Panther Party and the fight against medical discrimination. The display also includes portraits and bios on Black doctors and scientists that have made contributions to the medical profession.
Soon we will begin adding our print journal holdings (physical journals) so you can see what we have available on the shelf in the library. Until that process is complete, the library catalog is the best place to find a comprehensive listing of all journal holdings, both print and electronic.
We now have BoardVitals to help NUNM students prep for the NPLEX Part 1 and NPLEX Part 2. BoardVitals provides an interactive online question bank with up-to-date explanations from top naturopathic educators and literature with answers, detailed feedback and assessment of your progress. It is accessible at any time, anywhere from any device with a wireless connection making it perfect for students on the go. It is available to students and faculty with access on-campus and off-campus.
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The first book display of the year is all about thinking, thoughts, and how to make better decisions. Start the year off right by sinking your teeth into some literature that delves into decision making, intuition, and consciousness.
Some titles on display are Blink by Malcom Gladwell, Extraordinary Thinking by Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer, and How Doctors Think by Jerome Groopman. Come by the library and check it out.
To celebrate the coming holidays, we have gathered cookbooks from around the world. Explore all the different kinds of cuisine the world has to offer, from raw recipes to Italian pastas. Some recipe highlights are: minestrone soup from the Moosewood Cookbook, black-eyed pea and millet dish from Vegan Soul Kitchen, poached pike from Culinaria France, and caraway anise sweet bread from A Celebration of Herbs.
The new book display is all about mysticism, shamanism, spiritualism, and medicine. The library has gathered some books from our collection that delve into the intersection of healing, supernaturalism, and religion. Some subjects that these books go over are old wives tales, Santeria healing, shamanism and the history of witchcraft. Stop by the library and check out these enticing titles.
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- You will receive an email with instructions on how to download the app and get started.
- In order to maintain uninterrupted access to UpToDate Anywhere, you must re-verify your affiliation with your organization once every 90 days. To re-verify, log in to UpToDate from a computer connected to the NUNM campus computer network.
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Do you want to stay current on the latest medical literature? Look no further than PubMed Journals! PubMed Journals allows you to find and follow your favorite journals, browse articles, and keep up-to-date with trending articles through your journals feed.
You can access PubMed Journals if you have a NCBI, NIH, or Google account. If you don’t have an NCBI account yet, it’s easy to sign up! To make an account, just create a username, password, and enter in your email address. So simple!