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Student Resources | MCW Libraries Featured Resource
August 17, 2021
Welcome new students! MCW Libraries is here to support you throughout your education at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Researchers Document Challenges in Identifying Retracted Status of Article
June 29, 2021
Five librarians from the MCW, Advocate Aurora Health and Carroll University studied the practices of journal publishers and bibliographic databases to determine their concordance with industry standards in identifying retracted publications.
JAMAevidence | MCW Libraries Featured Resource
May 27, 2021
MCW Libraries recently acquired access to JAMAevidence, a suite of full-text e-books, education guides and interactive worksheets that facilitate teaching, learning, and applying evidence-based medicine.
Nursing Resources Guide | MCW Libraries Featured Resource
May 7, 2021
Our Nursing Resources guide connects nurses to nursing specific resources, including databases, e-books and e-journals.
CINAHL Full Text | MCW Libraries Featured Resource
March 31, 2021
Learn more about using CINAHL to find literature in the fields of nursing and allied health.
Evidence Based Medicine LibGuide | MCW Libraries Featured Resource
January 28, 2021
Brush up or enhance your Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) skills by visiting our EBM LibGuide.