Due to increased demand, we now have a larger MFD on Floor 1 of the Medical Library, near the Issue Desk. The new MFD will print, photocopy and scan both A3 and A4 sized material in colour or black and white.
Here are the printing charges for undergraduates, taught postgraduates, and countdown card users (as of January 2018).
|Black and White
|A4 single sided
||3p per sheet
||A4 single sided
||10p per sheet
|A4 double sided
||5p per sheet
||A4 double sided
||19p per sheet
|A3 single sided
||4p per sheet
||A3 single sided
||11p per sheet
|A3 double sided
||6p per sheet
||A3 double sided
||20p per sheet
All MFDs display the cost in the job list (at the start of the document name).
For full guidance on printing, copying, scanning, and setting up laptops to print, see the Quick Guides in Learners’ Toolkit.
Meet the library staff and find how to use the Medical Library!
We will be running short tours of the Medical Library on week days from Friday 9th September until Friday 16th September. We will not be running tours at the weekend.
There is no need to sign up, just come to the Issue Desk at 11am or 2.30pm and ask to join a tour.
Medical Library Team
The 2015 Embase® global database reload on Ovid® was completed on Monday, March 9, 2015. See below for complete details on the reload.
The reload incorporates 937 new terms that have been added to Emtree as preferred terms for 2015. This includes 140 replacement terms (19 drug terms and 121 medical terms). Of these terms, 125 are new (generic names for drug chemical names) and 15 are replacements.
- No drug terms will be replaced by a medical term, and no medical terms will be replaced by a drug term
- No preferred terms will be deleted
Additional MEDLINE®-Unique Records
Elsevier has added further MEDLINE®-unique records to Embase and Embase Classic. This includes up to 25,000 records from 1974-2011 and up to 120,000 records from 1967-1973. These records will not be part of AutoAlerts. To view them, you will need to enter the following into your search to retrieve them –
- 201592.up for records from 1974-2011
- 201593.up for records from 1967-1973
As a reminder, Embase reloads twice annually. If you have any questions, please contact Ovid Customer Support at email@example.com.
The Medical Library Team
The NHS Grampian Archives comprise the records of hospitals and other health related institutions in the Grampian area from 1739, when the Infirmary at Aberdeen was founded, to the late 20th century.
Most of the records from the 18th and 19th centuries are of hospitals: general and specialist hospitals, cottage hospitals and asylums. These records contain information on the administration of the hospitals and about the people who were patients, staff and contributors to hospital funds. In addition there are records from the three local poorhouses which in 1948 became hospitals in the newly formed NHS.
Material from the 20th century includes both hospital collections and the records of a range of local health organisations such as the National Insurance Committees set up under the 1911 National Health Insurance Act. Also contained in the archives are records of local authority health departments which, prior to 1974, had responsibility for a range of healthcare services including prevention of epidemics, mother and child welfare, and school medical services.
The archive is housed in the Special Collections Centre, part of the Sir Duncan Rice Library in Old Aberdeen. If you have any enquiries or wish to consult the records please contact the archivist Miss Fiona R Watson (email firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 01224 274912).
The photographs show a nurse holding a child with rickets at the Sick Childrens Hospital, Aberdeen and Aberdeen Royal Infirmary when it was at Woolmanhill. Both are part of the George Washington Wilson Archive.
The Medical Library Team
Did you know that you can pre-book Heavy Demand items up to 3 weeks in advance? You can do this yourself from Primo or the Library Catalogue.
Up to 14 items may be reserved over a 3 week period but you may not book an item over consecutive days or reserve more than 2 items per day.
When you have found the item that you want:
- Log in using your computer username and password or your library card ID number (including the card issue number if you have one), followed by your PIN number
- Click on the Availability tab, then the Heavy Demand Booking link, then select the date that you want to reserve the item for.
- Go to the Heavy Demand shelf between 10.30am and 3.30pm on the date you have selected to pick up your reserved item.
Please ask us if you need any assistance with making bookings or finding reserved items.
Medical Library Team