DynaMed has been redesigned! DynaMed (formerly DynaMed Plus) debuted a sleek new interface this morning. The new interface provides ongoing access to DynaMed's collection of clinically-focused, evidence-based, routinely updated articles, images, and clinical calculators.
DynaMed's updated interface allows users to search by article or topic and also provides users the ability to browse articles by specialty by accessing the drop down 'Specialties' menu or click on the tiled images on the DynaMed homepage.
The updated interface also provides users the ability to create (or continue) a personal DynaMed account to access additional features including:
- Following specific articles. Users can also specify their 'follow' preferences: practice-changing updates only, all updates, or no email/just display on DynaMed.
- Earn credits via DynaMed including Maintenance of Certification, AMA, AAFP, and AANP credits.
DynaMed's mobile app will be updated on August 26 and additional information will be available at that time. To learn more about the updated DynaMed interface, please email Laura Abate (firstname.lastname@example.org
) or view one of the video tutorials:
Due to the current upgrade of the George Washington University VPN system, users will be required to update their version of Cisco Anyconnect software to Version 4.5. If you are installing and logging into your GW VPN for the first time the software update will happen automatically after connecting.
Users currently running Cisco Anyconnect version 3.1 may have difficulty upgrading their software version and will need to uninstall the current version of Cisco Anyconnect, and download the current available version located at https://it.gwu.edu/virtual-private-network-vpn.
If you need assistance uninstalling the legacy version of Cisco Anyconnect VPN software or updating to the newest version, please contact the GW IT Support Center at 202-994-4948 or via email at email@example.com
for further assistance.
What's the state of the art for gene therapy? It can be challenging to remain abreast of this fast-moving field but a recent review article in the New England Journal of Medicine can help update your knowledge. In Gene Therapy, Dr. Katherine High and Dr. Maria Roncarolo describe the basic principles of in vivo and ex vivo gene therapy as well as specific therapies in use and in development. The article also includes an interactive infographic to support learning and teaching as well as an interview with Dr. High.
Explore additional genetics articles by searching Himmelfarb Library‘s PubMed which provides direct links to articles in our online collections or Health Information @ Himmelfarb to locate e-books, print books, and other materials with information on genetics.
To learn more about these issues and other genetics topics, participate in the SMHS’s online Genetics Journal Club.
Sure, it's hot but you can still enjoy DC in the summer with the free events on Healthy Living @ Himmelfarb's August events calendar! Enjoy the outdoors with free yoga on the waterfront or the Fletcher's Cove Park run. You can also sample DC's culinary scene via Restaurant Week, an international food festival, or the largest vegan gathering on the East Coast. And, for book lovers, don't miss the National Book Festival!