New Books at the Library!

We’ve recently added the following new books to our shelves. These new books include literature, medicine, career, leadership, and clinical topics.

brillAmerica’s bitter pill: money, politics, backroom deals, and the fight to fix our broken healthcare system by Steven Brill

The social determinants of mental health edited by Michael T. Compton, Ruth S. Shim

HBR guide to getting the mentoring you need by the Harvard Business Review

onlinereputationEstablishing, managing and protecting your online reputation: a social media guide for physicians and medical practices by Kevin Pho and Susan Gay

The complete idiot’s guide to lean six sigma by Breakthrough Management Group with Neil DeCarlo

Expert resumes for health care careers by Wendy S. Enelow and Louise M. Kursmark

internal medicineInternal medicine: a doctor’s stories by Terrence Holt

The shaking woman, or, A history of my nerves by Siri Hustvedt

The evil hours: a biography of post-traumatic stress disorder by David J. Morris

Neonatology: case-based review by Dara Brodsky, Elizabeth G. Doherty

20 something20 something, 20 everything: a quarter-life woman’s guide to balance and direction by Christine Hassler

The anesthesia technician & technologist’s manual: all you need to know for study and reference edited by Glenn Woodworth, Shannon Sayers-Rana, Jeffrey R. Kirsch

The body keeps the score: brain, mind, and body in the healing of trauma by Bessel A. van der Kolk

distraction at workDriven to distraction at work: how to focus and be more productive by Ned Hallowell

Reconstruction: first a body, then a life by Ara Lucia Ashburne (January 2015 book group selection)

The girls of slender means by Muriel Spark (January 2015 book group selection)

Policies and procedures for infusion nursing of the pediatric patient by the Infusion Nurses Society

letters from stellaLetters from Stella by Betty Wood Oglesbee

Are your pediatric patients ready for adult health care?: what to do and how to do it edited by Laurie N. Fishman

African American medicine in Washington, D.C.: healing the capital during the civil war era by Heather Butts

Nursing of autism spectrum disorder: evidence-based integrated care across the lifespan edited by Ellen Giarelli and Marcia R. Gardner

thedinnerThe dinner: a novel by Herman Koch (December 2014 book group selection)

Trauma therapy in context: the science and craft of evidence-based practice edited by Robert A. McMackin, Elana Newman, Jason M. Fogler, and Terence M Keane

Pediatric ultrasound edited by Harriet J. Paltiel

tenncareTennCare, one state’s experiment with Medicaid expansion by Christina Juris Bennett

The Oxford handbook of the history of medicine edited by Mark Jackson

Managing infectious diseases in child care and schools: a quick reference guide edited by Susan S. Aronson, Timothy R. Shope

deep down darkDeep down dark: the untold stories of 33 men buried in a Chilean mine, and the miracle that set them free by Héctor Tobar

Essentials of pediatric hematology/oncology nursing: a core curriculum by Nancy E. Kline

Healthcare economics made easy by Daniel Jackson

aap ebooksWe’ve also just added over 100 new pediatric eBooks to the library! The AAP Clinical Library includes access to titles from the American Academy of Pediatrics, available through the AAP eBooks site, from any Boston Children’s Hospital computer.

To browse our full collection of eBooks by title, author, or subject, visit our eBook Collection. eBooks in the library collection can be accessed from any Boston Children’s Hospital computer or by using VPN.

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