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June 17 - 20, 2019 • Basel, Switzerland
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|Location: Room 117|
|Date: Tuesday, 18/Jun/2019|
|1:30pm - 2:00pm||Vendor session V-4: Third Iron|
ID: 267 / Vendor session V-4: 1
Improving Researcher Workflow with One-Click Access to Content in Discovery Services, PubMed, and the Open Web.
ThirdIron, United States of America
In 2011, authors of the influential article “Shapes in the Cloud” wrote, “The barometer of user expectations for searching library resources has been defined by Google.” Today, user expectations have evolved so this sentiment can be restated as “The barometer of user expectations for access library resources has been defined by SciHub.”
Clinicians and researchers expect the process of accessing articles to be fast, seamless and intuitive. Yet for most, getting to full text means going through link resolvers, a process that many users find as a time consuming and often confusing process of clicking through multiple screens. In fact, studies shows that an increasing number of users conduct their searching and look for full text outside the library because it is perceived as faster and easier.
To address this problem, Third Iron developed LibKey, a technology that simplifies and expedites the path to content. Over the past year, hundreds of libraries have integrated LibKey technology into PubMed and commercial discovery services to deliver one-click access to millions of subscribed and open articles. This session reports on how these integrations are being used, what the data shows about their use, and how simplifying access to content can be extended in new ways. All in a way that benefits users and keeps libraries central to the research process.
|Date: Wednesday, 19/Jun/2019|
|2:45pm - 3:15pm||Vendor session V-6: 3D4 Medical|
ID: 264 / Vendor session V-6: 1
Transforming anatomy education with 3D, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality
Discover how 3D technology combined with augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) are revolutionizing the teaching of anatomy in universities and hospitals around the world.
3D4Medical's revolutionary platform ‘Complete Anatomy’ disrupts traditional methods of learning by allowing the student, educator, healthcare professional and patient to experience and explore human anatomy in incredible new ways, through a truly distributed learning environment.
Dr. Helen Zidon from 3D4Medical will provide case studies and live demonstrations on how the latest technologies are being used in the in a range of institutions to enhance learning, understanding and productivity.
Learn how Complete Anatomy has been deployed with tremendous success through libraries in some of the world’s leading medical schools and universities.
Biography and Bibliography
Dr. Helen Zidon is a graduate of Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland with a degree in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, and an ongoing Masters in Public Health. In 3D4Medical Dr. Zidon uses her expert anatomical and medical research skills to relay complex medical and anatomical concepts to 3D Artists and UX/UI designers, enabling them to create the world’s most accurate and detailed anatomical models. She also acts as a liaison with external authors and subject-matter experts on the production of Courses for the Complete Anatomy platform. Helen was the lead medical writer and project manager for the 3D4Medical’s creation of a groundbreaking fully beating, dissectible human heart model in full 3D.
|Date: Thursday, 20/Jun/2019|
|1:40pm - 2:00pm||Vendor session V-11: Elsevier|
ID: 272 / Vendor session V-11: 1
'What if your students, faculty and clinicians could…?'
Elsevier GmbH, Germany
Improve clinical practice through informed, confident decisions
Clinical care teams and medical students need to be armed with evidence-based answers for all cases, across all specialties. If your clinical teams operate with the same accurate answers, you can ensure a safer, more consistent patient experience that’s based on the most advanced standards of care. And, when you support medical students’ information needs with reference works from acclaimed authors, you can help them succeed at school and in practice.
With Elsevier’s ClinicalKey, you will improve clinical practice through informed, confident decisions. ClinicalKey is a clinical knowledge solution designed to help healthcare professionals and students find the right answers at the right time, every time, through a wide breadth and depth of trusted content.
Medical Institutions & Education
Provide your institution with ClinicalKey access to instantly discover why clinicians, healthcare executives, medical librarians and medical students worldwide trust it to save time and help improve patient outcomes.
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