e-Bulletin (Sept 2022, Issue 161)

Featured Resources for Faculty of Health and Social Sciences


A comprehensive online medical resource, AccessMedicine offers a wide range of trusted, authoritative information that helps medical students and practitioners stay tuned to the latest medical knowledge, research and education. Highlights include:
  • Leading medical textbooks, such as Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine;
  • Multimedia collection with examination and procedural videos, patient safety modules;
  • Quick Reference such as Quick Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, Guidelines on Primary Care;
  • Infographics of over 600 one-page summaries as entry points to medical concepts;
  • Case Files for science and clinical case-based learning.

Social Services Abstracts

Social Services Abstracts allow academic researchers to uncover bibliographic records of thousands of serials publications, journal articles, dissertations and citations to book reviews in social work, human services and related areas. The subject coverage includes social welfare, social policy, community and mental health services, crisis intervention, gerontology, poverty and homelessness, professional issues in social work, and more.
Social Services Abstracts

Media Resources

It offers a critical examination of several key societal issues illuminated by the COVID-19 pandemic through the prism of a wide array of international experts in immunology, epidemiology, biomedics, medicine, evolutionary biology, psychology, neuroscience, history, education, law, economics, business and more -- from the website.
Pandemic Perspectives
Exploring the origins of the myth and the intersections with past and present anti-Asian violence, Not Your Model Minority reveals the many ways the model minority myth has been used to create a wedge between communities of color and perpetuate divisive narratives. The film also examines opportunities to build power and make progress toward addressing systemic racism in America -- from the website.
Not Your Model Minority

New Additions & Trial Databases

Trial Databases:

JSTOR journal and primary sources temporary expanded access

[Expiry: 30 Jun 2023]
To support libraries during the COVID-19 crisis, JSTOR has opened up free access to all Archive Journal Collections, Thematic Collections and Primary Sources Collections.


[Expiry: 31 Dec 2022]
Collection: 本土文學