EBSCO Health Resources Outscore Competitors for POC Disease/Drug Reference in KLAS Clinical Decision Support 2016 Report
~ DynaMed™/DynaMed Plus® and Nursing Reference Center Rated Highest by Healthcare Providers ~
~ PlumX Suite Now Mines Citations from More Than 21,000 Clinical Practice Guidelines ~
IPSWICH, Mass. — November 10, 2016 — Researchers now have an additional way to see the impact of their work in clinical practice by tracking when their research is cited in clinical practice guidelines. Plum™ Analytics, an EBSCO company, has expanded its Clinical Citations metrics in its PlumX Suite to include clinical practice guidelines indexed in PubMed®.
Dr. Terence K. Trow Named Deputy Editor of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine for DynaMed Plus®
~ Will Oversee Content for Evidence-Based Clinical Reference Tool ~
IPSWICH, Mass. — November 8, 2016 — EBSCO Health is strengthening its evidence-based content with the appointment of Terence K. Trow, M.D., FACP, FAACP as the Deputy Editor of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine. Dr. Trow brings nearly 30 years of medical, teaching, research and editorial experience to EBSCO Health’s evidence-based clinical reference tool, DynaMed Plus®.
Leiden (NL) / Boston (USA) / Singapore (SG) – 27 October 2016
Effective 1 November 2016 Mr. Marti Huetink, Publishing Director of the History program at Brill, will begin coordinating all business development activities of the company in the area of Digital Humanities. Next to his title of Publishing Director, Mr. Huetink will carry the title of Program Director Digital Humanities.
Leiden (NL) / Boston (USA) / Singapore (SG) – 25 October 2016
Brill, the international scholarly publisher, further expands its portfolio in Early Modern History with the book series Catholic Christendom, 1300-1700 (CAC, http://www.brill.com/cac) and St Andrews Studies in Reformation History (SASRH, http://www.brill.com/sasrh), both formerly published by Ashgate. Books in both series will become available in print and online.
BETHLEHEM, Pa., October 19, 2016 – Backstage Library Works recently completed a pair of scanning projects for the Library of Congress. Over the course of 18 months, they digitized 808,000 archival documents and bound book images on-site at the Library, plus 236,500 transmissive images at Backstage’s preservation facility in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Digitizing rare and fragile collections on location at libraries provides curators an alternative to the extra handling involved with shipping.