Job Opportunity: Assistant or Associate Librarian for Clinical Services

JOB SUMMARY The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah seeks an enthusiastic, proactive, service-oriented, and collaborative individual for the position of Assistant or Associate Librarian for Clinical Services (Clinical Services Librarian). In partnership with multiple stakeholders, the Clinical Services Librarian provides dynamic, dedicated library service to the clinical and allied …Read More »

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ClinicalKey server outage

Elsevier’s ClinicalKey server has encountered a problem that is affecting access to the platform.  This server outage occurred on November 13, 2018 and, while Elsevier is aware of the problem and is working to implement a solution, no estimated date or time for the resolution has been provided. This outage impacts all on campus users …Read More »

Community Read – Fall 2018; The Remedy: Queer and Trans Voices on Health and Health Care

Community Read Fall 2018

This summer the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion, the Native American Summer Research Internship (NARI) program, and Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) are co-sponsoring the reading of:  I’ll Go and Do More by Carolyn Niethammer.  Starting on June 14th the community is invited to gather at NOON in the lower level of EHSL, enjoy a light lunch, and have a lively discussion of the book

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Eccles Health Sciences Library Attains Green Office Certification

EHSL Bronze Certification

In January 2018, the Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) was pleased to be recognized for our continuing progress towards the university’s sustainability goals. Bronze Level Green Office Certification was presented to EHSL by Myron Willson and Karren Fultz of the University of Utah Sustainability Office. EHSL met the following criteria in order to achieve Green …Read More »

Submit your Poster for our Upcoming Research Reproducibility Conference

  The Research Reproducibility Conference will bring together researchers, students, and administrators for a frank discussion on how to build research integrity through reproducibility. We hope to further the dialog around open science, open data, transparency, and good research practices. The conference will be held June 15, 2018 at The University of Utah S. J. …Read More »

Introducing… Brandon Patterson, Technology Engagement Librarian

Brandon Patterson connects students, faculty and staff in the health sciences to digital tools and emerging technologies. He joined as faculty at the Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) in July 2017. His duties include engaging the University of Utah Health Sciences community with technology, and assisting with instruction and advancement of library resources.

Revised Evidence Based Practice Research Guide is Available

We revised our Evidence Based Practice Research Guide. View it at: Evidence Based Practice (EBP) combines the best research evidence, clinical expertise, and the patient values and preferences. The revised EBP research guide will lead you through the 6 steps of the EBP process: Assess, Ask, Acquire, Appraise, Apply, & Assess. Within each step, …Read More »

Grand Rounds: Research Reproducibility Continues Every Tuesday

Grand Rounds: Research Reproducibility Tuesdays @ Noon Garden Level, Synapse Bays Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library The University of Utah Is your research true? Is it reproducible? Is it replicable? Do you have an adequate sample size? Are your results credible? Is your reporting of results transparent and accurate? Grand Rounds: Research Reproducibility continues …Read More »

Fall 2017 Community Read: Barriers and Belonging: Personal Narratives of Disability

Barriers Belonging

Join us as we explore what it means to live with disability. Each week, we will read and discuss 3-4 personal narratives as recounted in Barriers and Belonging.