On Friday 19th January RCSI will be hosting the Sixth Annual 3U Partnership International Diabetes Conference which brings together leading experts from around the world to discuss some of the major challenges in the treatment and management of diabetes. You can view the programme and register here.
RCSI Library has a wide range of resources on Diabetes; here we will give a quick overview of these. As usual if you have any questions or want to know more about any of these resources please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.
The Library subscribes to a number of the top ranked diabetes journals, including Diabetes and Diabetes Care. Access these through the e-journal portal at http://www.rcsi.ie/ejournals
We also have a range of books on the subject, in both electronic and print format; search the library catalogue at http://www.rcsi.ie/library_catalogue
Searching the Clinical Key database for ‘diabetes mellitus’ will give you access to a wide range of resources; including an overview of the condition, books, journal articles, images and more. You can access Clinical Key through the RCSI Library database page at http://www.rcsi.ie/databases
Other RCSI Library resources on diabetes include a wide range of theses accessible through our Institutional Repository at http://www.rcsi.ie/library_epublications (this is freely available to the general public) and evidence based summaries on the subject through the Clinical summary tools DynaMed Plus and UpToDate which you can access at http://www.rcsi.ie/findclinicalsummaries
The conference is open to everyone with an interest in understanding the pathophysiology of diabetes. Follow @RCSI_Irl for updates on Twitter.