Category Archives: health sciences - p2
Get your own health care Oscar by participating in our video contest sponsored by the University of Utah’s Health Literacy Interest Group. 1. Register a team by March 4th. Email Erica Lake: email@example.com 2. Create a 30-second to 1-minute public service announcement. Choose any health literacy issue, such as: Failure to take medications correctly Overuse […]
Cases Database is a freely accessible and continuously updated tool, developed by BioMed Central, which allows clinicians, researchers, teachers and patients to explore thousands of peer-reviewed medical case reports from multiple journal publishers
Eccles Health Sciences Library is excited to pilot a new series of short, drop-in workshops. These 30-minute sessions will provide an introduction to the topic and present steps for getting started that you can put to use right away. Bring your laptop to follow along as we demonstrate and provide assistance with these tools. The […]
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation launches new initiative to help raise the educational level of nursing professionals so that 80% have a baccalaureate degree by 2020.
Zygote Body is a 3-D modeling tool allowing users to browse, peel back and view inner organ systems, and even search the body using a simple search box.
As part of the Library’s subscription to STAT!Ref, patrons have access to Anatomy.tv, which is a “suite of 3D interactive models of human anatomy. Intuitive controls allow the user to zoom, rotate and peel away layers to educate and communicate with an ease and directness that was never possible with print. A wealth of supporting […]
Review of SpringerImages mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch.
Registration for the Clinical Team Experience (CTE), an interdisciplinary project that demonstrates the importance of a team approach to health care delivery, is now open.
Another title in the ten new e-books purchased for our library is Cardiac Nursing by Susan L. Woods, with contributions by Erika S. Sivarajan and Sandra Adams Motzer. From the publisher’s summary: A classic in the field of cardiac nursing, this well-recognized text and clinical reference has earned the reputation as “The Red Reference Book” […]
Karen Neves, a Canadian reference librarian, has a challenging task: to promote library resources to a medical faculty that is spread over three provinces. As she explains in a recent blog post, her library “has struggled a bit to gain a toe hold in information literacy” with the faculty they serve. She decided to try […]