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.
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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.
A little knowledge can be a good thing, so here are some links for our campus and community.
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.
The EHSL Web Technology Group is here to assist you through our web portal. We understand your needs, and as a part of social distancing, websites are a crucial link in the information chain.
The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library is Temporarily Closed. As we transition to online classes, here are some library resources that are available to support you.
Naloxone rescue kits are now available from the EHSL main level desk. No questions asked – Limit of two per person. Kits are also available from Utah Naloxone: (385) 495-9050 www.UtahNaloxone.org
Congratulations participants on another successful Healthi4U Student Video Competition! From many impressive videos, 3 winners were selected: 1st Place ($3,000) was awarded to the “Care for Clean Air” video. Their video also won the People’s Choice awards, earning them an additional $500. 2nd Place ($1,000) was awarded to the video, “Today I Am Alive.” This …Read More »
Who can judge this competition? Any University of Utah employee can judge the Healthi4U competition videos. What’s the time commitment? Judges will review 3-5 videos from November 7-14. Videos are 1-3 minutes in length, so the entire judging process will take about an hour. Judges will use an online rubric to judge each video on …Read More »
Healthi4U is an annual competitive program for interdisciplinary teams of students at the University of Utah to create short health-related videos. Monetary awards will be given to the top three, and 2 special categories, People’s Choice and Best Foreign Language.