Mend: Re-examining Racism in Medical History through Contemporary Poetry with Kwoya Fagin Maples Wednesday,February 24, 2021,5:30-7pm MT plus two related writing workshops on February 25, 2021 (see below) https://utah.zoom.us/j/94333052554 Passcode: 845689 CME for February 24th Evening Ethics Event Code 55019; Call (801) 478-5852 (always the same) Mend, a unique poetry collection by Kwoya Fagin …Read More »
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A virtual film screening followed by a panel discussion with Dr. Elliot Asare, MD and Olaoluwa Omotowa, MPH providing a collective space to elevate and discuss the experiences of Black identified medical students and physicians.
The discoveries—52 in total from the past five years—are archived on the Discovery and Innovation at University of Utah Health Digital Collection, created by Eccles Health Sciences Library and published at https://discovery.med.utah.edu. The collection features an interactive timeline for users to explore these accomplishments.
The November 2020 Community Read is Co-Sponsored by: American Indian Resource Center (AIRC), Office of Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OHEDI), and Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL)
In an effort to help clarify what food is available on campus, the Eccles Health Sciences Library has put together this resource to help those of us looking for a snack, a meal, or just a coffee, easy access to knowing what’s nearby and open.
October 7 EHSL access: 3 pm – the building will be locked and closed. No card access until October 8 at 9 am. October 7 EHSEB access: • 3 pm – the building will be locked. • 5 pm – the building will close. – no card access even if you normally have it …Read More »
The Program in Medical Ethics and Humanities and the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library invite you to three virtual events featuring our 2020 Max & Sara Cowan Memorial Speaker and Priscilla M. Mayden Endowed Lecturer Jonathan M. Metzl, MD, PhD.
Join us for Art Aloud! Every fourth Friday, from 12-1 p.m. U of U health-care professionals, students, faculty, patients, and family members are invited to read a piece of original writing.
Join us for a special Art Aloud! Friday, May 29, from 12-1 p.m. U of U health-care professionals, students, faculty, patients, and family members are invited to read a piece of original writing about COVID-19.
In the “OneU” spirit this symposium will highlight work being done across the University of Utah campus on issues of sex, gender, sexuality and women’s health. Presented by the Center
of Excellence in Women’s Health and the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library.