With many of us learning from home, we’ve received several requests for Anatomy Education resources provided electronically through the library. Below are a few options to consider: AnatomyTV This is a suite of 3D interactive models of human anatomy – you can zoom, rotate and peel away layers from structures. It’s a rich resource and …Read More »
Category Archives: Medicine
Topics specifically related to the resources and services we provide to School of Medicine students and faculty
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.
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.
With no sub-discipline of dermatology off the table, the podcast, Dermasphere, goes into all things concerned with the branch of medicine that diagnoses and treats skin disorders. Recent episodes have covered sunscreens, skin cancer, fad diets, mustaches, and Merino Wool. Luke Johnson, MD, Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the University of Utah’s School of Medicine, …Read More »
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
Thursday, November 8 – Friday, December 7, 2018 Main and Upper Levels, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library Open during Library Hours The Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) is now featuring the Layers of Medicine exhibit of art created by medical school students enrolled in the Layers of Medicine course which addresses the human elements …Read More »
Challenge, always makes people rise to the occasion.” -Dr. Philip B. Price observed in 1969. Born of Presbyterian missionary parents on March 7, 1897 in Kashing Checkiang, China, Philip Price was taught by his mother until the family returned to the United States on furlough in 1910. Graduating with his medical degree from Johns Hopkins …Read More »
April 17 – May 18, 2018 Main and Upper Levels, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library Open during Library Hours The Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) is now featuring the Layers of Medicine exhibit of art created by medical school students enrolled in the Layers of Medicine course which addresses the human elements of healthcare …Read More »
View the Digital Exhibition version here. “What are you looking at? I was home in Dublin at the time.” So Dr Edward Hashimoto quipped to his anatomy class Monday morning, December 8th – 1941. Born February 24, 1911, the delivering physician, Dr William R. Tyndale, who arrived by horse and buggy, was snowbound for two …Read More »
Nov 9 – Dec 15, 2017 Main and Upper Levels, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library Open during Library Hours