As many of you already know, you are most welcome to use the Bastyr Library resources and services!
We are happy to consult on reference questions and to provide access to our electronic resources, depending on need. We cannot, however, give medical or legal advice. See the reference policy for details. If an in-person visit isn't possible, please feel free to contact us via phone or email.
Bastyr Careers, a new resource for students and alumni to find work with employers who want to hire in the Bastyr community, was launched May 14th. Included are full-time and part-time jobs, internships, resume building experience for students, practices for sale and treatment rooms for rent. Need more information? Contact Careers@bastyr.edu .
Good News: Discounted Rates for UpToDate
If you plan to use UpToDate in your clinical practices, take advantage of the discounted rate offered to new grads. You must apply within 60 days and submit proof, such as a copy of your diploma. Register on the website (choose student or resident) or contact customer service for additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The One-Year Medical Trainee/Student/Intern/Resident or Doctors-in Training/Fellow rate is $199.
The Two-Year Medical Trainee/Student/Intern/Resident or Doctors-in Training/Fellow rate is $369.
Class of 2019: Library Resources & Services
If you’re wondering about library services and resources after you graduate, see the library alumni webpage for information or contact the library, email@example.com. Congratulations on your graduation!
Detailed information on more than 300,000 academic and scholarly journals, e-journals, peer-reviewed titles, popular magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and more. To find out whether a journal is peer reviewed, look for the term, Refereed, which is used interchangeably with peer reviewed, in the Basic Description box
All Live AHG Webinars for Herbalists are free and open to the public. Recordings will be archived at a later date and accessible for AHG members anytime! Join today to access the full webinar archives.
Even if you’re pressed for time, you can still learn about evidence-based medicine and keep up with new research studies. The summaries range from one to fifteen minutes. Need to brush up on your EBM skills? Click on the tab to view the training videos.
Indexes over 20,000 journals from the early 1900s to the present. Citation tracking allows you to trace the influence of an article through the articles that cited it. Full reference lists help you locate similar items.
This list is provided as a non-exclusive, incomplete list of some apps we hope will be useful to you in your studies and practice. Some of these apps are free, while others may have a one-time or annual fee. If you have a favorite app you want us to include, please let us know.
Read the Acupuncture Today article about how Bastyr University's Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program has collaborated with the University of Washington's Harborview Medical Center to provide a unique clinical rotation.
Need to meet with a librarian? Try our new appointment tool -
As well as being welcome to come by the library with your questions, you can also set up an appointment to meet with one of our reference librarians.
Ekaterini can help with assignments, research, citations, Mendeley, database searching, and library tech troubleshooting - check out her availability and book an appointment using this calendar link