Engaging with Students and Faculty Through the Liaison Model
Duke University Medical Center Library Builds a Responsive Model that Fosters Two-Way Collaboration
Notes of Interest
Check out this month’s Tip of the Month -NEJM’s 2019 monthly perspective series, Case Studies in Social Medicine. Exploring the intersection of social determinants and clinical care, with the goal of helping clinicians, health systems, and others better understand social medicine’s concepts and applications.
New weekly NEJM.org feature: Similar in function to a text abstract, the new Visual Abstracts feature enables readers to evaluate in an instant if the outcomes of select research articles warrant a deeper review. With coverage across clinical medicine, one Visual Abstract is developed each week to accompany a research article. This feature is freely available to all to view, download, and share.
Videos in Clinical Medicine
Closed Reduction of a Fractured and Dislocated Ankle
This video focuses on initial management and demonstrates techniques for reducing and splinting a displaced fracture of the ankle as well as the use of a hematoma block for anesthesia.
Quick Take Video
Pulmonary Embolism and Diagnostic CT in Pregnancy
Acute pulmonary embolism is a leading cause of maternal death in the Western world. But routine diagnostic use of CT pulmonary angiography or ventilation–perfusion scanning exposes both mother and fetus to radiation. Full study: https://nej.md/2ukleOC Watch more Quick Take videos: http://nej.md/quick-take