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KARGER "How to publish?" Author SeminarAdd to favorites

Dear Library Users!


We would like to inform you about the following open workshop of the Central Library:

KARGER – How to publish? Author Seminar with Julia Kersebaum, Manager, Academic and Research Institutions, and Gregor Bangert, Key Account Manager at Karger.


22th February, 2019 (Friday) from 9.20 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.


The short program of the event:

9:20 – 9:30 workshop registration

9:30-9:40 Introduction to Karger Publishing

9:40-10:00 How to select your journal for publication?

10:00-10:15 Tea or coffee break

10:15-10:35 Do's and Don'ts, How to write and get it published?

10:35-10:45 System presentation, advanced search options

10:45-11:00 Discussions and Q&A

Description and who is it for?

The Karger "How to Publish"-Workshop is a session designed for both, students just starting their professional careers and writing their first scientific articles, as well as scientists who are interested in a refreshment course on publishing research articles.
The first part of the session focuses on the publishing process: shining a light onto the mechanisms of scientific publishing and giving an insight into the process of selecting the right journal for one’s article and providing detailed information on the review process.
The second part offers a variety of tips and tricks, concerning the manuscript itself: from basic structure to detailed information including a variety of useful examples and advices when writing a scientific article. There will also be a short user guide session included presenting functions on the publisher's site with how to tips and hints. 


Participation in this event is free, however preliminary registration is required. Please, send your registration to titkarsag.kk@semmelweis-univ.hu latest until 21th February.


By participating in the event, you agree that photos can be taken on which you may be recognisable, and some of these photos of the event could posted publically on the website and on the facebook site of the Central Library.


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Februári magyar nyelvű Web of Science online tréningekAdd to favorites

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DuoDecim Evidence-Based Medicine Guidelines - trial accessAdd to favorites

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Dear Users,


We would like to inform you about that the Semmelweis University has trial access to DuoDecim Evidence-Based Medicine Guidelines until 12th April. The database contains clinical guidelines to support medical care, linked to the best available evidence. EBMG designed for use at the point of care, the guidelines are delivered in a format that makes it easy for a clinician to make a decision regarding treatment.


This Evidence-Based Medicine Guideline collection contains nearly 1,000 concise primary care practice guidelines. It is also supplemented by video guides about clinical examinations and procedures, and also audio samples of heart and lung diseases. It includes high quality photographs of dermatological and ophthalmological anomalies and provides the most important calculators as well.


The EBMG is available in Semmelweis University’s network from any computer and by using wifi connection, on mobile devices also (mobile application is not available).

HS talks video database – latest lecturesAdd to favorites

Dear Users,


We would like to drive your attention to new video lectures from HSTalks Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, published in its latest update. Beside the recent releases we also recommend some previously published, featured videos from the most popular ones.


Latest releases 

Stroke in women: epidemiology, risk and prevention Prof. Cheryl Bushnell

Vitamin D and autoimmunity Dr. Shir Azrielant

The role of exosomes in multiple myeloma development & drug resistance Prof. Eline Menu

Adapting proteostasis to ameliorate aggregation-associated amyloid diseases Dr. Jeffery W. Kelly

Pharmacotherapy for obesity 1 - the need for pharmacotherapy in weight management Prof. Joe Proietto

Pharmacotherapy for obesity 2 - pharmacological agents in current use & under development Prof. Joe Proietto – University of Melbourne, Australia

Smoking & stroke: best practices for your patients Dr. Andrew Pipe

Pathophysiology and treatment of congestive heart failure in dogs and cats Prof. Jessica Ward

Recent advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of congestive heart failure in dogs and cats Prof. Jessica Ward

Hematopoietic stem cells...the power of clonal assays Dr. David Kent

The impact of genomic architecture and diversity on infectious diseases Prof. Vincent Chow, Dr. Meena Sakharkar


Featured lectures

Priming of T cell responses 1 Prof. Victor Appay, Dr. Francesco Nicoli

Studying aging in humans 1 - methodology Prof. David Melzer

Új online források 2019-tőlAdd to favorites

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