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New E-Books Available at Eccles

Check out our newly acquired e-books – available to read online or download a chapter to your computer or mobile device for offline reading:

 

Unlimited Concurrent Users

5-Minute Pediatric Consult 7th ed. (2015)

Designing Clinical Research 4th ed. (2013)

Essence of Anesthesia Practice 4th ed. (2018)

Harriet Lane Handbook 21st ed. (2018)

Lippincott’s Nursing Procedures 7th ed. (2016)

Moss & Adams’ Heart Disease in Infants, Children, and Adolescents, Including the Fetus and Young Adult 9th ed. (2016)

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 3rd ed. (2018)

Pediatric Radiation Oncology 6th ed. (2016)

Te Linde’s Operative Gynecology 11th ed. (2015)

Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine 7th ed. (2015)

Wills Eye Manual 7th ed. (2017)

 

Single Concurrent User

Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning 3rd ed. (2017)

Clinical Guidelines for Advanced Practice Nursing 3rd ed. (2017)

Code of Medical Ethics of the American Medical Association (2017)

Davis’s Drug Guide for Nurses 15th ed. (2017)

Introduction to Nursing Research 4th ed. (2017)

Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: an Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care 11th ed. (2017)

Reading, Understanding, and Applying Nursing Research 5th ed. (2017)

Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy (2017) – 2 users

Have a question?  Need help accessing e-books?  Contact the library: ehsl-reference@lists.utah.edu or call us at: 801-581-5534.

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Art Gallery: Chad L. Johnson – Exhibition of Photography, Montage, and One Found Object from a Mid-Life Male Covfefe

Chad L Johnson Art ExhibitArt Gallery: Chad L. Johnson – Exhibition of Photography, Montage, and One Found Object from a Mid-Life Male Covfefe

RECEPTION: Thursday, June 15, 2017, 12:30-1:30 PM, Main Level
Light refreshments will be served

EXHIBIT: Art Gallery, Main Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library
Exhibit Dates: June 8 – June 30, 2017 [Library Hours & Directions]

Chad L. Johnson is a native Utahn who studied both Sculpture and Photography for his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Utah. He lives in the Sugar House area with Dolly (wife), Maya, (daughter), and Felix (the cat). Chad works in EHSL Digital Collections where he designs, builds, and maintains websites for the Eccles Health Sciences Library. Chad has experience in visual literacy classroom instruction, commercial and fine art photography, audio/video recording and editing, film set painting, video game art, and art team management. He’s also a bass guitarist for local SLC bands.
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It’s SUMMER … come on over … spend some time in the Art Gallery, join us for the reception. We look forward to seeing you @ the Library.

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Libraries Innovation Team is here for U

Did you know? The Eccles Health Science Library teamed up with the Faust Law and Marriott Libraries in order to create the U’s very own Libraries Innovation Team (L.I.T.)!

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The AMA Manual of Style is now available online from Eccles Library!

Are you working on a manuscript that needs to be formatted according to the current AMA style guidelines?  Now, in addition to having a print copy available in the Library, Eccles is pleased to provide online access to the AMA Manual of Style.

The 10th edition of the American Medical Association Manual of Style online contains everything medical and scientific researchers, writers, and editors need to produce well-organized, clear, readable, and authoritative manuscripts.

Eccles has access to the full online manual.  With this interactive edition, you can annotate the manual, bookmark, prepare style sheets, and save searches.

Questions?  Need help using the AMA Manual of Style?  Contact the library at: 801-581-5534 or ehsl-reference@lists.utah.edu.

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SUMMER Community Read: The Scalpel and The Silver Bear

June 20 – July 18, 2017*
Tuesdays at Noon
in the Garden Level

RSVP for July 18th: http://tinyurl.com/CommRead4

Sponsored by the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, and the American Indian Resource Center

*No meeting on July 4th.

LibGuide for The Scalpel and The Silver Bear: http://campusguides.lib.utah.edu/CommunityReads/ScalpelSilverBear

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EHSL faculty contributed over 11 presentations & posters to the 2017 MLA conference!

Check out some of the work our EHSL Faculty created for the 2017 MLA Conference this Memorial Day weekend! Continue reading »

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EHSL 2017 MLA Award Winners

Congratulations to all of our EHSL’s Faculty on their amazing awards received at the 2017 Medical Library Association conference!

At the weekend conference, EHSL Faculty dominated the awards ceremony by walking away with 5 awards and grants!

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2017 Marcia C. Noyes Award – Jean P. Shipman, MSLS, AHIP, FMLA

2017 Medical Library Assocation (MLA) recognizes Jean P. Shipman, MSLS, AHIP, FMLA, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah with the distinguished Marcia C. Noyes Award.

MLA’s highest professional distinction recognizes a career that has resulted in lasting and outstanding contributions to medical librarianship. The award considers sustained and notable achievement in one of these 3 areas: fostering the art and science of health sciences library service; supporting health sciences research, education, and patient care; or promoting cooperation and communication among members.  It also recognizes demonstrated distinguished service and leadership in health sciences librarianship in at least the areas of mentoring, publishing, and service in professional associations. A nominee’s contributions are also assessed for utility (serving the needs of the profession, with usefulness and relevance in practice); durability of influence on the field of health sciences librarianship; comprehensiveness of achievements as a whole; and propriety (i.e., in keeping with the ethical code of the profession and association).  The awardee receives an engraved sterling silver bowl at the MLA annual meeting.

Congratulations Jean!

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2017 Louise Darling Medal for Distinguished Achievement – Nancy Lombardo, MLS, AHIP

2017 Medical Library Association recognizes Nancy Lombardo, MLS, AHIP, from the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah with the Louise Darling Medal for Distinguished Achievement for her work on NOVEL and Moran CORE.

This award recognizes distinguished achievement in collection development in the health sciences. Nominees for the Louise Darling Medal are evaluated for accomplishments which have promoted awareness in or have served as educational contributions to collection development in the health sciences.  Achievements worthy of consideration for the award may include overall distinction or leadership in collection development, or a specific accomplishment which may include, but not be limited to, a significant publication in the area, the creation or teaching of a course in collection development, the creation of a unique methodology relating to collection assessment or management, or the development of an extraordinary information resource or library collection in any format.

Congratulations Nancy!

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Library is reducing hours for the summer

As school and testing comes to a close, the Eccles library will be reducing its hours for the summer.

Starting June 2nd, the hours will be:

  • Monday- Friday 7AM-6PM
  • Saturday CLOSED
  • Sunday 10AM-6PM

Regular hours will return in early August. Have a wonderful summer!

 

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