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What Can The Library Do For You?

Friday, May 8th, 2015 | Posted in Hours, News, Resources, Services by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Did you know that the FMHI Research Library provides the following services and resources?

  • Open use computer lab
  • Wireless and networked printing
  • Small group study room
  • Access to USF Libraries e-content (databases, journals, e-books)
  • One-on-one and group help with a librarian
  • Library instruction sessions

And, more!  The library is open Monday –  Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM.  (Visit our FAQ page for directions.)

 

Library Support for Instructors

Monday, January 5th, 2015 | Posted in Faculty, News, Resources, Services by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Faculty and Staff Instructors:

Here’s a short list of the things we can do to help you with your spring semester classes:

Did we miss something?  Contact Claudia or Tomaro directly to discuss the many ways we can work together!

Happy New Year!

Monday, January 5th, 2015 | Posted in Faculty, News, Resources, Services, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

FMHI Research Library staff wish you a safe and prosperous new year!

Have you made a new year’s resolution? If not, here are a few suggestions:

We look forward to working with you this year!

We’ve Moved (Some Stuff Around)

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014 | Posted in Collections, Faculty, News, Resources, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

If you’ve visited the FMHI Research Library in the past few weeks, you may have noticed that a few things have moved around:

Computer Lab

  • We received a CCTV!  The magnifier is located across from the information desk, in the commons area.
  • The ADA-compliant computer has moved to the left of its original placement in order to accommodate the CCTV.

Collections

  • AV Materials are now located in the first range of stacks in the commons area
  • Journals and Reference materials have also moved to the first range of stacks in the commons area
  • Tests and Measures are now housed with the archives (please ask for assistance)

Print Services

  • To make room for the CCTV, we removed one of the lab computers from the commons area.  This computer is now located next to the printer for a quicker print option.  No need to wait in line for a computer (though you may need to wait in line for the quick print station).

Question? Comments?  Let us know.

Introducing BrowZine

Monday, October 27th, 2014 | Posted in Faculty, News, Resources, Services, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Staying current in your field just got a little easier with either an Andriod or iOS smart device.

The BrowZine app provides quick and easy access to most electronic journals subscribed to by the USF Libraries. You can use the app as your personal magazine rack! With BrowZine, you can browse journals, read articles, and save or email copies of the articles you choose. You can even export citation information to RefWorks, Mendeley, Zotero, and other services. Best of all, you can receive notifications when new articles are published.

Check out http://guides.lib.usf.edu/browzine for more information.

APA 6th Edition

Monday, October 6th, 2014 | Posted in Faculty, News, Resources, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

Copies of the American Psychological Association’s 6th edition style guide are available at the FMHI Research Library.  Can’t find a circulating copy at BF767.P83 2010?  Check the reference shelf for an in-library use copy.

Can’t make it to the library?  Check out these resources:

Need help formatting your citations?  Try RefWorks or EndNote.

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Meet Your Librarians

Monday, September 8th, 2014 | Posted in Faculty, News, Resources, Services, Students by Tomaro Taylor | 1 Comment »

The FMHI Research Librarians are…

Claudia Dold –  Claudia is an Assistant University Librarian. She received her Master of Arts in Library and Information Science from USF and has Master’s degrees in Business and Taxation.  Claudia has eight years of library experience, which includes her work at FMHI Research Library, the USF Tampa Library, and the Internet Public Library.

Claudia’s areas of expertise include:  EndNote, Information Literacy, and  Information Fluency.
She works closely with students and faculty in:  Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, Social Work, Behavioral Healthcare, Child & Family Studies, and Applied Behavior Analysis. Claudia can be reached at cdold@usf.edu or 813-974-7040.

Tomaro Taylor –  Tomaro is an Associate University Librarian.  She received her Master of Arts in Library and Information Science from USF and is currently a Master’s candidate in American Studies in the USF Department of Humanities & Cultural Studies.  Tomaro has 11+ years of library experience, which includes work at the FMHI Research Library, the USF Tampa Library, and the Two Red Roses Foundation.

Tomaro’s areas of expertise include:  EndNote, Information Literacy, and  Archival Pedagogy and Practice.
She works closely with students and faculty in:  the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, the Patel College of Global Sustainability, and the Departments of Anthropology, Africana Studies, Humanities & Cultural Studies, and Religious Studies.  Tomaro can be reached at tomaro@usf.edu or 813-974-5750.

Read Scholarly Research

Monday, July 28th, 2014 | Posted in News, Resources by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

See what the scholars are writing about!  A few select articles are listed below to entice you –

JAIDS, vol. 66 no. 3

  • Altered Innate Immune Development in HIV-Exposed Uninfected Infants
  • HIV Risk Reducation with Buprenorphine-Naloxone or Methadone: Findings from a Randomized Trial

JAIDS, vol. 66 suppl. 2

  • Executive Summary: Opportunities for Action and Impact to Address HIV and AIDS in Adolescents
  • Epidemiology of HIV and AIDS Among Adolescents: Current Status, Inequities, and Data Gaps
  • What HIV Programs Work For Adolescent Girls?
  • Preventing Sexual Violence and HIV in Children
  • Evidence-Based Programming for Adolescent HIV Prevention and Care: Operational Research to Inform Best Practices

JAIDS, vol. 66 no. 4

  • Factors Associated With Returning To HIV Care After A Gap In Care In New York State
  • Survival After Cancer In Italian Persons With AIDS, 1986-2005: A Population-Based Estimation

JAIDS, vol. 66 no. 5

  • Reliability and Validity of Depression Assessment among Persons with HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  • Social Discrimination and Resiliency Are Not Associated With Differences in Prevalent HIV Infection in Black And White Men Who Have Sex with Men

Health Affairs, vol. 33 no. 7

  • Big Data In Health: A New Era For Research And Patient Care
  • Creating Value In Health Care Through Big Data: Opportunities And Policy Implications
  • Big Data In Health Care: Using Analytics To Identify And Manage High-Risk And High-Cost Patients
  • Genomic Sequencing: Assessing The Health Care System, Policy, And Big-Data Implications

POZ, July/August 2014

  • Defying Discrimination
  • Stemming Stigma
  • POZ’s HIV Drug Chart

Summer Reading

Monday, June 30th, 2014 | Posted in News, Resources by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

There’s no need to load your beach bag with books when you can access the USF Libraries’ e-pubs using your NetID.  Books and journals are easily accessible from wherever y0u are with just a few clicks to get you started.

USF Common Reading Experience

  • Full Body Burden: Growing up in the Nuclear Shadow of Rocky Flats (2012).  Available in print and online

E-books

E-journals

Need Something to Read?

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 | Posted in Collections, Faculty, News, Resources, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

How about a journal? Here’s what’s included in some of the latest issues available at the FMHI Research Library:

POZ (April/May 2014)

  • Renowned author Tom Spanbauer returns with a novel about HIV/AIDS, aging with the virus and falling in love (14)
  • Teens know risks but still don’t get tested – Near-Normal Life Expectancy for young people on ARVs – Dashed hopes for viral remission  – Fast-progressing HIV strain discovered by scientists (37)
  • Research roundup: Women over 50 and HIV (31)

Health Affairs (April 2014, v. 33 no. 4)

  • The elusive search for solutions to Alzheimer’s (526)
  • Alzheimer’s disease in African Americans: Risk factors and challenges for the future (580)
  • Preparing the health care workforce to care for adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (633)
  • Elder abuse and dementia: A review of the research and health policy (642)

Health Affairs (May 2014, v. 33, no. 5)

  • Socioeconomic status and readmissions: Evidence from an urban teaching hospital (778)
  • In emergency departments, radiologists access to EHRs may influence interpretations and medical management (800)
  • Lower Hispanic participation in Medicare Part D may reflect program barriers (856)
  • Foundation support for mental health (899)

JAIDS (May 2014. v. 66, no. 1)

  • Socioeconomic determinants of mortality in HIV: Evidence from a clinical cohort in Uganda (41)
  • HIV infection and its association with an excess risk of clinical fractures: A nationwide case-control study (90)
  • Implementation and operational research: Qualitative assessment of the integration of HIV services with infant routine immunization visits in Tanzania (E8)

Behavioral Disorders (February 2014, v. 39, no. 2)

  • Office disciplinary referral patterns of American Indian students from elementary school through high school (78)
  • Psychometrics and measurement invariance of the emotional and behavioral screener (89)
  • The law in the special education literature: A brief legal critique (102)
 

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