Category Archives: General Interest

F1000 Prime is now called Faculty Opinions

F1000Prime has re-branded itself as Faculty Opinions. Although the name has changed, Faculty Opinions remains the same tool that many of you use to “remain current” with the published literature. Faculty Opinions is an article recommendation service to help you discover the articles you shouldn’t miss – powered by a faculty of over 8,000 leading …Read More »

UU Libraries’ Statement and Anti-Racism Resources

The recent killing of George Floyd is a reminder of the enduring history of racially-motivated violence against people of color. We add our voices to those who have spoken out against this and state that the University of Utah Libraries (Marriott Library, Eccles Health Sciences Library, and Faust Law Library) stand with those around the world who are protesting systemic oppression and violence.

New PubMed Interface goes LIVE on May 18th!

PubMed’s newly designed interface will become the default view for all users beginning on May 18, 2020. The functionality is similar to what you’re used to, including Clinical Queries, Advanced Search, Saved Search, Search History, Single Citation Matcher, and the ability to sign into your MyNCBI account.  In addition, any previously saved searches or alerts …Read More »

3D Printing PPE Update: Community volunteers and library staff chip in to help hospital

The libraries have been using a fleet of over 40 3D printers, with more than a dozen donated from Salt Lake County Libraries, to print Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the University of Utah hospital. The Center for Medical Innovation and the Library recently partnered to 3D print parts for a Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) system they created.

Ahead of the Curve: EHSL Sustainability Sale of Vogmask Provides Personal Face Covering for COVID-19 Protection

The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) sustainability sale of facemasks for clean air prove nascent in providing additional use personal protection equipment (PPE) in the fight against COVID-19. 

Teaching in Medicine Podcast: A New Podcast by School of Medicine Faculty Member

Dr. Kathleen Timme brings stories of clinician educators serving in rural communities around Utah, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming to light in the accessible and convenient format of podcasts. She does this with the help of the Tree of Hippocrates Education Studio (THE Studio) at the Eccles Health Sciences Library.