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In addition to the print copies on reserve at our Circulation Desk and the New York State Psychiatric Institute, there is now online access via PsychiatryOnline.

Go to the DSM V on Psychiatry Online

 

Gerald Markowitz,PhD
Adjunct Professor of Sociomedical Sciences
Mailman School of Public Health

David Rosner, PhD
Ronald Lauterstein Professor, Sociomedical Sciences and History
Co-Director,Center for the History & Ethics of Public Health

Co-authored:

Lead Wars: The Politics of Science and the Fate of America's Children
California, University of California Press/Milbank Fund, 2013

Access to UpToDate has been expanded and now includes mobile app access.

To access UpToDate when off Columbia networks, use CUMC Virtual Private Network (VPN). For information on setting up VPN see CUMC IT's website.

To access via mobile app, register with UpToDate for a username and password. An email will be sent to you with instructions on how to get the app after registration. Registration will also allow you to log in directly to UpToDate remotely without having to use VPN.

Go to UpToDate

In this issue:

  • CUMC speaks through letters to the editor
  • New resources: Access Medicine & DSM-V (print)
  • Encrypted USB keys for sale
  • TPM explained ...

... and more

Print copies of DSM-5 are now available on reserve at the Health Sciences Library Circulation desk and in the New York State Psychiatric Institute Library.  Online access will be available in June.

Visit the American Psychiatric Association website for an overview of the changes and potential insurance implications.

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