Library Services

Tree of Hippocrates Education Studio Opens August 3rd

The Eccles Health Sciences Library will resume taking reservations for the Tree of Hippocrates Education Studio in conjunction with the library’s August 3rd re-opening. THE Studio will be available to students, staff, and faculty on a reservation-only basis Monday through Friday, 9am-3pm beginning on August 3rd.

Health Sciences Graduate Writing Center coming to EHSL this Fall

After successfully piloting a Health Science Graduate Writing Center last year, the Graduate School and the Department of Writing & Rhetoric Studies are pleased to announce plans to house the Health Science Graduate Writing Center in the Spencer S. Eccles Health Science Library for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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.

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.

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.