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TUC Library Guide

This guide contains information on all aspects of the TUC Library for the TUC community.

General Library News

New Weekly Video Service


 

Library Tuesdays - New Weekly Zoom Session with the Library

Starting on Tuesday, March 5, the Library will have a weekly drop- in Zoom session from 12 noon – 12:45 pm for library assistance. The sessions will be regularly available each Tuesday (except holidays) from 12 noon – 12:45 pm at this  Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/93975882758

If you have any Library questions  the “Library Tuesdays” zoom drop-in  is an additional way to get library assistance,  or if you prefer use our TUC Library e-mail service: tuc.library@touro.edu or e-mail or call your subject librarian https://libguides.tu.edu/Guide/contact#s-lg-box-29109168.

 

Welcome Aischa!


Welcome to our New Library Employee

Please join us in giving a very warm welcome to Aischa Staal, who joined the Library on Monday, February 26 in the position of Community Wellness Library Assistant. Aischa will be the Library supervisor Mondays through Thursdays from 4 pm – 9 pm and will be able to assist you with circulation, printing, network access and general reference inquiries. She will also work with the Library Team and collaborate with Student Affairs to bring a new dimension to TUC Library service by planning and delivering library exhibits, programs and other events aimed at promoting stress reduction, work-life balance and wellness to the TUC campus community. Aischa comes to the Library with substantial previous library experience having worked at Benicia Public Library, Contra Costa County Library, Noralto Elementary School, and Brookline Public Library. Please stop by the Library Circulation Desk and say hello and introduce yourself.

New Databases

New Database


OnlineMedEd is now available from the Library!

We know how challenging medical education can be because we’ve been there ourselves. We've walked in your shoes, first as students, and now as teachers. We believe that there’s a better way to learn the fundamentals of health and disease so that students and educators can focus on the good stuff—changing the way medical education is approached and creating better clinicians, who can better care for their patients and better support each other along the way.

CLICK HERE or find it on the A-Z Databases page. 

 

New eBooks & Print Books

New in Our General Book Collection
January 2024

New in Our Leisure Book Collection

New Journals

New Journals


American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy

The American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy (AJHP) is the official publication of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). It publishes peer-reviewed scientific papers on contemporary drug therapy and pharmacy practice innovations in hospitals and health systems. With a circulation of more than 43,000, AJHP is the most widely recognized and respected clinical pharmacy journal in the world.

CLICK HERE or find it on the A-Z Journals page. 

Public Health Nursing

Public Health Nursing is the official journal of the Council of Public Health Nursing Organizations (CPHNO) publishing empirical research reports, program evaluations, and case reports focused on populations at risk across the lifespan. The journal aims to provide worldwide access to timely research and practice features of use to public health nurses, administrators, and educators in the field of public health nursing.

CLICK HERE or find it on the A-Z Journals page. 

The Bone & Joint Journal

The Bone & Joint Journal was formed in 1953 for “the advancement and improvement of education in orthopaedic surgery and allied branches of surgery”, achieved through publication of The Bone & Joint Journal, and related activities. Under the imprint Bone & Joint, the Society owns and publishes The Bone & Joint JournalBone & Joint ResearchBone & Joint Open and Bone & Joint 360. The Society also owns OrthoSearch, an online content discovery tool for the Orthopaedic Community and OrthoMedia, a global orthopaedic video sharing platform.

CLICK HERE or find it on the A-Z Journals page. 

Good Autism Practice

Good Autism Practice is dedicated solely to promoting good practice with children and adults with autism and Asperger's syndrome. Each journal includes articles encouraging good and innovative practice and are written by practitioners, academics, parents and people with autism. The journal is edited by highly respected academics and practitioners specializing in autistic spectrum conditions and will be of interest to parents and practitioners in health, education and social services, as well as people who have autistic spectrum conditions.

CLICK HERE or find it on the A-Z Journals page. 

 

New Research + Special Topics Guides + Lists

New Library Guide


Generative Artificial Intelligence

This guide was developed for the TUC community as a resource for learning about generative artificial intelligence. This guide is divided into four pages. The first page is an introduction and includes resources to familiarize oneself with a broad understanding of generative artificial intelligence. The three remaining pages focus on generative artificial intelligence issues and topics in research, education (K12 and higher education) and ethics.

CLICK HERE or find it on the Guides page. 

Recent New Acquisitions Lists

Recent New Acquisitions Lists

Below you will find the PDFs of the complete New Acquisitions Lists for the most current month and the three previous months. For older lists, please contact the Library, and we will be happy to provide them to you

Focus Resource of the Month

Monthly Resource Focus

TUC Library Resources in Honor of Women's History

CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE COMPLETE RESOURCE