2024 MU Remembers: Honor with Books

This year’s MU Remembers ceremony, commemorating students, faculty and staff who have passed away in the last year, will be held Friday, April 5. A book in remembrance of each honoree will be added to the University of Missouri Libraries’ collection. Commemorative bookplates are placed inside the books, and honorees’ names are placed on the books’ library catalog records. More information about our Honor with Books program can be found here.

The honorees’ names and the books selected in their memory are listed below.

Students

Carol Bennett: Johnson, M. (2023). A space for us : a guide for leading Black, indigenous, and people of color affinity groups. Beacon Press.

Colin Bruhn: Robinson, J., Gonzales, D and Edwards, G. (2024). MCU : the reign of Marvel Studios (First edition). Liveright Publishing Corporation, a division of W.W. Norton & Company.

Kennedy Carter: Richardson, B. (Ed.). (2023). Pediatric primary care : practice guidelines for nurses (Fifth edition). Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Jack Crader: Sports illustrated : the football vault : great writing from the pages of Sports illustrated. (2023). Triumph Books.

Sam DeSmit: Parah, S. A., Hurrah, N. N., and Khan, E. (Eds.). (2023). Intelligent multimedia signal processing for smart ecosystems. Springer.

Caroline Dill: Ray, D. C. (2023). Playful education: using play therapy strategies to elevate your classroom. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Noah Marker: Winston, W. L., Nestler, S. and Pelechrinis, K. (2022). Mathletics: how gamblers, managers, and fans use mathematics in sports (2nd edition). Princeton University Press.

Brencton “Bo” Moreland: Chadwick, A. L. (2023). Part-time soldiers : reserve readiness challenges in modern military history. University Press of Kansas.

Riley Strain: Springer, C. (Ed.) (2021). America’s Bountiful Waters: 150 Years of Fisheries Conservation and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Stackpole Books.

Staff
Dale Himmelberg: Hoffstot, D. B. (2023). A farm life: observations from fields and forests. Stackpole Books.

Gary Johnson: Second, W. (2009). Dog painting: a history of the dog in art (Second edition). Antique Collectors’ Club.

Bhaskar Katram: Parekh, R., Al-Mateen, C. S., Lisotto, M. J., and Carter, R. D. (Eds.). (2021). Cultural psychiatry with children, adolescents, and families (First edition). American Psychiatric Association Publishing.

Paula Lear: Barton, G. (2023). Don’t get a job… make a job : inventive career models for next-gen creatives. Laurence King Design.

Michelle Olson: Xhignesse, M.-A. (2023). Aesthetics: 50 puzzles, paradoxes, and thought experiments. Routledge.

Brenda Pipes: Friedman, D. (2023). Let’s get physical: how women discovered exercise and reshaped the world. G.P. Putnam’s Sons.

Kathy Reimler: Newitz, A. (2021). Four lost cities : a secret history of the urban age (First edition.). W. W. Norton & Company.

Frances “Fran” Reynolds: Earle, J. (Ed.). (2023). Radical clay : contemporary women artists from Japan (First edition.). Art Institute of Chicago.

Sandy Schiefer: Biswal, S. K. and Kulkarni, A.J. (2024). Exploring the intersection of artificial intelligence and journalism: the emergence of a new journalistic paradigm. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Kimberly Towain: McCallum, J. (2024). The real Hoosiers: Crispus Attucks High School, Oscar Robertson, and the hidden history of hoops (First edition). Hachette Books.

Stacy Wilder: Paula, S., & Brymer, E. (Eds.). (2023). Adventure psychology: going knowingly into the unknown. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

home Gateway Carousel HSL, J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library, Resources and Services Overview of Recent University of Missouri Publications in Medicine and Related Fields: March 2024

Overview of Recent University of Missouri Publications in Medicine and Related Fields: March 2024

Each month we provide an overview of University of Missouri School of Medicine faculty-authored articles in medicine and related fields as well as a featured article with the highest journal impact factor.

This month’s featured article, “Identification of a leucine-mediated threshold effect governing macrophage mTOR signalling and cardiovascular risk”, was co-authored by Dr. Bettina Mittendorfer of the Departments of Medicine and Nutrition and Exercise Physiology. Read more about the research here, “Too Much of a Good Thing: Overconsuming Protein Can Be Bad for Your Health”. The article was published in Nature Metabolism (impact factor of 20.8 in 2022).

Note that Dr. James Stevermer also had a publication in JAMA as a member of the USPSTF:

Primary Care Interventions to Prevent Child Maltreatment: US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement

See the list of publications in medicine and related fields we retrieved for this month: https://library.muhealth.org/facpubmonthlyresult/?Month=March&Year=2024

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Birds Aren’t Real: Fact-Checking Pop Culture

Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2024
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Online via Zoom
Registration

Attention MOBIUS Borrowers: Changes to MOBIUS During April and May

MOBIUS will transition to a new library catalog and resource sharing system in April and May of this year. The migration will begin on April 18th with a 5-week freeze on requesting materials from MOBIUS libraries. To facilitate a smooth transition to the new system, due dates for all MOBIUS materials will be adjusted to May 17th.

MOBIUS Timeline

  • April 17: The last day to request items through MOBIUS
  • April 18: Freeze on requesting from MOBIUS
  • May 17: All MOBIUS item are due
  • May 22: Estimated date that MOBIUS will resume borrowing and lending

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at ask@missouri.libanswers.com if you have questions. We will explore options to ensure you have the materials you need during this transition, or you may request items directly through ILL@MU now.

Checkout practices will remain normal for all MU Libraries, UM system libraries (UMKC, UMSL and Missouri S&T) and University of Missouri Libraries Depositories (UMLD) borrowing; no disruption will occur between MU/UM/UMLD libraries during the MOBIUS transition.

We appreciate your understanding and look forward to resuming MOBIUS borrowing and lending at the end of May. Thank you for your cooperation.

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HathiTrust Research Center Hosts April Virtual Workshops

The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) is hosting a virtual workshop series in April. The Research Center facilitates text and data mining uses of the HathiTrust corpus which contains over 18 million items digitized by partner libraries. HTRC tools and data range from off-the-shelf options to more advanced offerings for experienced scholars. Hosted by HTRC’s Janet Swatscheno and Ryan Dubnicek, the workshops will allow attendees to gain experience with tools and data from the HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC).

The workshops will be held via Zoom and will include a mix of hands-on, discussion, and presentation. We will use breakout rooms to support hands-on activities. You will not be required to install any software to participate in the workshops. The workshops are open to HathiTrust members as well as non-members. Review workshop descriptions and register for the events using the links below. You may register for individual sessions or all three.

Follow this link to register

 

 

home J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library, Resources and Services Overview of Recent University of Missouri Publications in Medicine and Related Fields: February 2024

Overview of Recent University of Missouri Publications in Medicine and Related Fields: February 2024

Each month we provide an overview of University of Missouri School of Medicine faculty-authored articles in medicine and related fields as well as a featured article with the highest journal impact factor.

This month’s featured article, “Skin Antisepsis before Surgical Fixation of Extremity Fractures”, was co-authored by Dr. Gregory Della Rocca of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. The article was published in New England Journal of Medicine (impact factor of 158.5 in 2022).

See the list of publications in medicine and related fields we retrieved for this month: https://library.muhealth.org/facpubmonthlyresult/?Month=February&Year=2024

Resources for Disaster and Emergency Preparedness

In the interest of disaster preparedness, the Health Sciences Library staff have prepared a Disaster and Response Planning guide highlighting a list of books, websites and mobile apps for the use of emergency personnel.

In the event of an actual emergency, we are willing to prepare and lend a mobile disaster bookshelf, along with any of our available mobile devices, for use by emergency personnel.

This guide contains overall one-shelf recommendations. These can be put on a cart and checked out if requested by emergency personnel.

Call 573-882-4153 to request the mobile disaster books.

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Taira Meadowcroft

Taira Meadowcroft is the Public Health and Community Engagement Librarian at the Health Sciences Library at the University of Missouri.

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New Ebook Highlight: Bringing Evidence into Everyday Practice : Practical Strategies for Health Care Professionals

We’ve recently added The Bringing Evidence into Everyday Practice : Practical Strategies for Health Care Professionals to our online collection. This book was written by Winnie Dunn and Rachel Proffitt, both faculty in the College of Health Sciences.

Bringing Evidence Into Everyday Practice: Practical Strategies for Health Care Professionals provides a step-by-step process for learning how to use literature to inform quality practices in an accessible workbook format. This book simplifies analyzing research through repetition of core strategies and the systematic introduction of increasingly complex techniques for interpreting literature.

Students, early career professionals, and interdisciplinary teams alike can build a common language and structure for selecting and evaluating evidence to incorporate into their practices.

What’s included in Bringing Evidence Into Everyday Practice:

  • Worksheets to guide learning, available in print and as writable PDFs online
  • Ample opportunities to repeat and practice skills
  • Summary articles, emerging practices, and data collection
  • How to search databases, examine quality features, and identify the parts of a research article
  • A library of articles that learners can access from their libraries

You can access the book online.

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Taira Meadowcroft

Taira Meadowcroft is the Public Health and Community Engagement Librarian at the Health Sciences Library at the University of Missouri.

Looking to Publish a Case Report? Start Here

Deciding where to publish a case report is difficult because it’s hard to track down which journals actually publish case reports. To make that a little easier, a list of journals that publish case reports was recently released.

This new journal list includes 1,028 journals covering 129 specialties.

Below are just a few that are medicine and health science related.  You can check out the whole list here to search by specialty. 

American Family Physician

American Journal of Emergency Medicine

BMJ Case Reports

The Health Sciences Library subscription to BMJ Case Reports includes a waiver of the individual membership fee of £273 normally required to publish cases. Submission instructions.

British Journal of Hospital Medicine

Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine

Critical Care Nurse

Frontiers in Public Health

Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association

Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare

Leukemia Research

Occupational Medicine

Physical Therapy: Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Women’s Health

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Taira Meadowcroft

Taira Meadowcroft is the Public Health and Community Engagement Librarian at the Health Sciences Library at the University of Missouri.

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New MU Authored Trending Article in PubMed

A recently trending article in PubMed was Targeted demethylation and activation of NLRC5 augment cancer immunogenicity through MHC class I, co-authored by Dr. Paul de Figueiredo.

The article was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (impact factor 11.1).

What is a PubMed trending article?

Trending articles is a marker of increased interest in a PubMed abstract. Trending articles are those with a significant increase in daily PubMed views in the past two days as compared to the previous baseline period, which is approximately a week.

You can see the full list of trending articles here.

Interested in tracking the impact of your articles after they are published? Email asklibrary@health.missouri.edu to learn how we can help.

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Taira Meadowcroft

Taira Meadowcroft is the Public Health and Community Engagement Librarian at the Health Sciences Library at the University of Missouri.