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LibKey Nomad - One Click to Full Text

The LibKey Nomad browser extension now available for select browsers provides one-click access to full-text articles from Sladen's journal subscriptions across scholarly websites like PubMed, Web of Science, and more. It's convenient, time-saving, and easy-to-use. LibKey Nomad takes minutes to set up...you won't regret it!

The LibKey Nomad page provides instructions on how to install with Google Chrome, newer versions of Microsoft Edge, and Firefox. 


UpToDate Advanced 

You have access to UpToDate Advanced through our UpToDate subscription. Advanced encompasses two services, UpToDate Pathways and Lab Interpretation. Pathways are interactive guides designed to help you make appropriate decisions regarding a specific clinical question. Lab Interpretation is designed to help you quickly interpret abnormal lab results. Both products intend to assist in reducing care variation and informing the next steps in care. Get to a listing of available Pathways in the top toolbar of UpToDate, or if there is one available on your searched topic, a link will appear on the search results page. 


New Point-of-Care Resource - 5 Minute Consult

We now offer full access to 5minuteconsult.com. 5MinuteConsult provides decision support for practitioners and students, helping to determine quick answers before, during, and after patient experience. This resource has content expanded from 5-Minute Clinical Consult, 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, 5-Minute Pediatric Consult and much more. You can also access the 5MinuteConsult mobile app when you create a free personal account. 


HFHS's Institutional Repository - Scholarly Commons

We are pleased to announce the launch of Scholarly Commons, the institutional repository for Henry Ford Health System. Scholarly Commons collects and showcases a record of the journal content, meeting abstracts, posters and presentations from HFHS-hosted conferences, and other scholarly works produced by members of the HFHS community. For more information about Scholarly Commons, visit the FAQ or contact the Sladen Library.