On this day in 1968, the University of Utah Health Sciences Center Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) opened.
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Art Aloud! is a spoken word art cafe where you can relax in a casual atmosphere among friends, and sign up for a place at the mic.
Join us for an exhibition showcasing artwork by the Artist in Residence patients, caregivers and staff at Huntsman Cancer Institute Wellness Center.
The Eccles Library Open House is September 18, 2019– with free pizza!
This is a guest blog post by Olivia Soehner, educator, after visiting T.H.E. Studio The Tree of Hippocrates Education “One Button” Studio is ready to go whenever you are! THE One Button Studio is capable of serving all of your media needs with the touch of a button. Simply insert a flashdrive, plug it in, …Read More »
This exhibit seeks to share the experience of a graduate student journeying into the field of Neurobiology. The exhibit will introduce the viewer to some of the fun and fundamental concepts of neurobiology, and how these beautiful and specialized structures called neurons construct our reality.
In an effort to increase menstrual equity, the library now offers menstrual products, for free, in all restrooms (and the city has adopted a similar service). Like toilet paper, health products should be readily available for all who need them, and it’s very common for periods to unexpectedly start. In most states, including Utah, tampons …Read More »
This is a guest blog post by Adrianne Shewell, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Student. She wrote this after attending exhibits and events as part of the “Violence Against Women: Changing Perspective”, which happened at the Eccles Health Sciences Library from March 4 – April 27, 2019. —- According to a 2007 Study by the …Read More »
Take a break from the stress and make a new furry friend
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 and medical training that are “layered” on top of scientific knowledge and clinical skills.