Have You Used the Health Library?

At a time when most Internet users search for health information online, hopkinsmedicine.org has become the fourth most visited of all hospital or academic medical center websites.

The JHM Health Library, launched in November 2011, is responsible for nearly one-third of that traffic. Featuring a clickable A–Z directory of health topics, including diseases, treatments, tests and procedures, it links to relevant areas, including research, nutritious recipes and screening guidelines.

Have you used the health library? Take this week's poll to share your response. Comment below in the comments section and share some of your favorite resources on the health library.

Never visited the health library? Check it out at hopkinsmedicine.org/healthlibrary. Want to learn more?  Read about the health library in "Clicking on the Promise of Medicine" in the April issue of Dome.


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