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Explore online guides created by our library staff to curate resources, provide instruction on research topics, and share information about events and exhibits.

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An online Medical History Center exhibit about the Stanford Medicine pioneer, Adelaide Brown.This guide is designed to help the Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate search tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This is a media-based discussion group geared toward Stanford Health affiliates, students, staff, and faculty. We meet once a month to explore issues relevant to racism in medicine through the written word and videos. We are always open to new members.Information about the bioinformatics office offered through Lane Library.This guide is designed to assist the Stanford Center for Bioethics (SCBE), clinicians, nurses, social workers, staff, and chaplains to find appropriate resources while seeking information for patient care, research, and teaching.Welcome to the Online Career Library, a collection of ebooks and resources curated by BioSci Careers and Lane Library.Welcome to the subject guide for the Department of Comparative Medicine. This guide is designed to help you find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is intended as an introduction to the management and sharing of research dataThis guide is an introduction to ORCID and includes information about how to create an ORCID record and use an ORCID iD.Key resources for Emergency Medicine faculty, staff, and students.This guide is designed to help the endocrinology department find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care. This guide provides strategies for accessing full text through Lane Library's licensed resources, no matter where you are and how you discover resourcesAn Online Medical History Center exhibit about the Stanford Medicine pioneer, Iga Mori.This guide is designed to help Immunology and Rheumatology department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate resources and tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is designed to help the Division of Infectious Diseases & Geographic Medicine find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.Welcome to the subject guide for the Department of Medicine. This guide is designed to help you find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.The purpose of this guide is to facilitate collaboration between Stanford students, faculty and staff, and Lane Librarians on knowledge synthesis projects, such as systematic reviews; provide guidance documents for conducting knowledge synthesis; and highThis guide provides steps to effectively conduct a literature review in the health sciences using PubMed.This guide is designed to help you find and select appropriate resources and tools available at Stanford to teach, research, and study medical education.This guide is designed to provide appropriate search tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care regarding multicultural health.Welcome to the subject guide for the Department of Neurology & Neurological Sciences. This guide is designed to help you find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is designed to help the Obstetrics & Gynecology Department find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.This is the subject guide for oncology at Stanford Medicine.The Stanford Medicine Open Science Reading Group is intended to bring together members of the Stanford Medicine community to learn about open science, discuss the application of open science practices in a biomedical context, and meet other members of theThis guide is designed to help Ophthalmology department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate resources and tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is designed to assist the Palliative Care Department, clinicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, and staff to find appropriate resources while seeking information for patient care, research, and teaching.This guide is designed to help Pathology department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate resources and tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This subject guide curates resources related to medications such as drug databases, pharmacology textbooks, medical calculators, drug interaction tools and core journals. After using the pharmacy guide, clinicians including but not limited to physicians,This guide is designed to help Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation department faculty, staff, and residents select appropriate tools and resources while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This is the subject guide for Population Health Sciences at Stanford Medicine.This is the subject guide for the department of Psychiatry at Stanford Medicine.Essential PubMed tips/tricksTips for finding the "seminal" article(s) on a topicWhen to use other powerful Stanford databases on cost/economics, health policy, medical education, etc. Best approaches to managing your references, PDFs, and bibliographyThis guide is designed to help Radiology department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate search tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide includes information about using reference management software including Zotero, EndNote, Mendeley, and RefWorksThis guide provides an introduction to the various metrics used to measure impact including metrics for authors, articles, and journals.Join the Research Impact Challenge to improve your scholarly presence and amplify the impact of your work.Use this portal to quickly search in a clinical settingThis guide is designed to assist the Spiritual Care Service CPE residents and staff find appropriate resources while seeking information for patient care, research, and teaching.This is a media-based discussion group that addresses issues relevant to the Stanford Medical Alliance for Diversity Equity and Inclusion and other Stanford Employee Resource Groups and affiliates.After using the Surgery guide, Surgery department faculty, residents, fellows, and staff will be able to select appropriate databases, tools, and search strategies while seeking, organizing or managing information for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is intended to help you understand open access-related policies, the various routes you may use to make work "open", and the OA-related resources available to you through Lane Library.This is a media-based discussion group that addresses issues relevant to Stanford’s Women in Technology group and other Stanford affiliates.

Speciality Guides

Explore guides with curated resources and information for a specific departments, subject areas, and user groups.

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This guide is designed to help the Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate search tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is designed to assist the Stanford Center for Bioethics (SCBE), clinicians, nurses, social workers, staff, and chaplains to find appropriate resources while seeking information for patient care, research, and teaching.Welcome to the Online Career Library, a collection of ebooks and resources curated by BioSci Careers and Lane Library.Welcome to the subject guide for the Department of Comparative Medicine. This guide is designed to help you find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.Key resources for Emergency Medicine faculty, staff, and students.This guide is designed to help the endocrinology department find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care. This guide is designed to help Immunology and Rheumatology department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate resources and tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is designed to help the Division of Infectious Diseases & Geographic Medicine find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.Welcome to the subject guide for the Department of Medicine. This guide is designed to help you find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is designed to help you find and select appropriate resources and tools available at Stanford to teach, research, and study medical education.This guide is designed to provide appropriate search tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care regarding multicultural health.Welcome to the subject guide for the Department of Neurology & Neurological Sciences. This guide is designed to help you find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is designed to help the Obstetrics & Gynecology Department find and select appropriate resources and tools for teaching, research, and patient care.This is the subject guide for oncology at Stanford Medicine.This guide is designed to help Ophthalmology department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate resources and tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This guide is designed to assist the Palliative Care Department, clinicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, and staff to find appropriate resources while seeking information for patient care, research, and teaching.This guide is designed to help Pathology department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate resources and tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This subject guide curates resources related to medications such as drug databases, pharmacology textbooks, medical calculators, drug interaction tools and core journals. After using the pharmacy guide, clinicians including but not limited to physicians,This guide is designed to help Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation department faculty, staff, and residents select appropriate tools and resources while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.This is the subject guide for Population Health Sciences at Stanford Medicine.This is the subject guide for the department of Psychiatry at Stanford Medicine.This guide is designed to help Radiology department faculty, residents, fellows, and clinicians select appropriate search tools while seeking information for teaching, research, and patient care.Use this portal to quickly search in a clinical settingThis guide is designed to assist the Spiritual Care Service CPE residents and staff find appropriate resources while seeking information for patient care, research, and teaching.After using the Surgery guide, Surgery department faculty, residents, fellows, and staff will be able to select appropriate databases, tools, and search strategies while seeking, organizing or managing information for teaching, research, and patient care.

Research Help Guides

Explore guides with instructions and advice for specific research topics.

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This guide is intended as an introduction to the management and sharing of research dataThis guide is an introduction to ORCID and includes information about how to create an ORCID record and use an ORCID iD.This guide provides strategies for accessing full text through Lane Library's licensed resources, no matter where you are and how you discover resourcesThe purpose of this guide is to facilitate collaboration between Stanford students, faculty and staff, and Lane Librarians on knowledge synthesis projects, such as systematic reviews; provide guidance documents for conducting knowledge synthesis; and highThis guide provides steps to effectively conduct a literature review in the health sciences using PubMed.Essential PubMed tips/tricksTips for finding the "seminal" article(s) on a topicWhen to use other powerful Stanford databases on cost/economics, health policy, medical education, etc. Best approaches to managing your references, PDFs, and bibliographyThis guide includes information about using reference management software including Zotero, EndNote, Mendeley, and RefWorksThis guide provides an introduction to the various metrics used to measure impact including metrics for authors, articles, and journals.This guide is intended to help you understand open access-related policies, the various routes you may use to make work "open", and the OA-related resources available to you through Lane Library.

Event & Exhibit Guides

Explore guides with information about library events including discussion groups and office hours, as well as online exhibits from the Medical History Center .

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An online Medical History Center exhibit about the Stanford Medicine pioneer, Adelaide Brown.This is a media-based discussion group geared toward Stanford Health affiliates, students, staff, and faculty. We meet once a month to explore issues relevant to racism in medicine through the written word and videos. We are always open to new members.Information about the bioinformatics office offered through Lane Library.An Online Medical History Center exhibit about the Stanford Medicine pioneer, Iga Mori.The Stanford Medicine Open Science Reading Group is intended to bring together members of the Stanford Medicine community to learn about open science, discuss the application of open science practices in a biomedical context, and meet other members of theJoin the Research Impact Challenge to improve your scholarly presence and amplify the impact of your work.This is a media-based discussion group that addresses issues relevant to the Stanford Medical Alliance for Diversity Equity and Inclusion and other Stanford Employee Resource Groups and affiliates.This is a media-based discussion group that addresses issues relevant to Stanford’s Women in Technology group and other Stanford affiliates.