DLSMHSI subscribes to five (5) new online databases

November 27, 2020 | 9:38 am

The Romeo P. Ariniego, MD, AFSC Library has facilitated the institutional access to five (5) new online resources to support teaching, learning and research in the areas of medicine, physiotherapy, pharmacy, nursing and anatomy.

  • AccessPhysiotherapy – a comprehensive online physiotherapy resource that integrates leading physical therapy textbooks, procedure and exercise videos, image galleries, self-assessment tools and unique cadaver dissection tool – optimized for viewing on any device.
  • AccessPharmacy – a comprehensive, content-rich online pharmacy resource that allows users to explore leading pharmacy references and search curriculum topics, research drugs and supplements
  • ClinicalKey for Nursing – a wide range of nursing content and multimedia that support better decision making for students, educators and nurses. Faculty has access to materials for teaching while students could use content as a supplement to the curriculum and support to the learning process.
  • Thieme MedOne – a medical learning platform that provides access to Thieme’s collection of medical and life sciences textbooks for learning, review and research.
  • Complete Anatomy – an application-based resource that contains 3D model of the human anatomy.

AccessPhysiotherapy, AccessPharmacy, ClinicalKey for Nursing and Thieme MedOne could be accessed onsite via IP and remote via OpenAthens. Access to Complete Anatomy is available via the activation code provided by the Library upon request. For inquires about the subscribed online databases, email the Library at rpamdlibrary@dlshsi.edu.ph.

Library spearheads the institutional repository project 

The Library and Digital Commons have partnered to put up the DLSMHSI institutional repository, which aims to be the storage and access point of electronic research outputs, publications, creative works, learning objects, institutional records and other knowledge attributes of its students, faculty and staff. It is an ongoing commitment to make Lasallian scholarship and creativity accessible within and outside the DLSMHSI community. It also supports the Institute’s aims of responsible stewardship of nature by providing paperless access, storage and management of its collections through electronic means.


The institutional repository is set to be launched early next year.

Special Health Sciences Senior High School student wins in international competitions

Ms. Kamina Cristel J. Chu, Grade 12 student of DLSMHSI, bagged top awards in international mathematics competitions. She won Silver Medal in the International Kangaroo Mathematics Competition on June 25, 2020. Few weeks later, she joined the Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad held on July 18, 2020 and won Bronze Medal. Finally, Ms. Chu received Silver Medal in Thailand International Mathematical Olympiad held on October 25, 2020.


Congratulations to Ms. Chu and to the Special Health Sciences Senior High School!

Virtual Tour of DLSMHSI now available

Visiting the DLSMHSI campus without leaving your seat is now possible through the DLSMHSI Virtual Tour. A project initiated by the Lasallian Admission and Scholarship Opportunities, the virtual tour provides a 360-degree view of the key buildings in the campus, including its interior such as lobbies, classrooms, laboratories and lecture halls.


Explore DLSMHSI through the virtual tour here: https://www.dlshsi.edu.ph/academics/admission/dlsmhsi-360-virtual-campus-tour/

CIETI hosts annual EdTech Day 2020

The Center for Innovative Education and Technology Integration organized the 2nd DLSMHSI Educational Technology Day on November 9, 2020. The annual event brings together the technology providers to showcase their educational technology as part of CIETI’s measures towards the achievement of academic strategies articulated in the DLSMHSI Innovative Education and Technology Integration Framework. Members of the academic community were invited to explore the best practices, emerging technologies and new potentials in educational technology that may be adopted as new and emerging instructional media technologies, pedagogies and practices.


This year’s event featured online presentations from Cisco Webex, IntelliBoard, Kaltura, Lecturio, Samsung and Proctorio.