Category Archives: Digital Publishing

Publish in the new Journal of the Academy of Health Science Educators (JAHSE)

Call for special issue: Reigniting your Educational Scholarship! This past year has been a challenge in so many ways. For many of us, our educational scholarship has suffered. In response, JAHSE announces a special issue: JAHSE’s Editorial Board invites invite you to dust off any work of educational scholarship you’ve set aside that has not …Read More »

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Philip P. Price, M.D. Digital Exhibition

Surgeon, teacher, dean, humanitarian – Philip Price is rightly remembered as the Founding Father of the modern-day School of Medicine. Dr. Price came to the University of Utah in 1943 to oversee the establishment of the four-year program as Chair of the Department of Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief at the Salt Lake County General Hospital.

Utah Women’s Health Review: New Journal Publication by EHSL Digital Publishing

The Spencer S. Eccles Library Health Sciences Library is thrilled to announce the Utah Women’s Health Review (UWHR), a women’s health journal created in collaboration with the Center of Excellence in Women’s Health here at the University of Utah. UWHR is a peer-reviewed journal currently focused on the health of Utah’s women, showcasing the work of local researchers and health professionals.

Priscilla M. Mayden Digital Exhibition Highlight

Priscilla M. Mayden served as Director of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library from 1971 to 1984. To mark the occasion of her 100th birthday (2018), this portrait sketch presents some of the significant milestones in Priscilla’s personal life and professional career.

Rubor Arts and Humanities Journal Website Transformation

Rubor 2019 cover, “Postcard to my Dermatologist”, oil on canvas, by Phoebe Draper (UUSOM21) In partnership with the University of Utah Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library This summer marks the publication of the seventh print edition of Rubor, Reflections on Medicine from the Wasatch Front, and, notably, the first edition of the journal published …Read More »