InfoFair is an annual event at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center, held since 1983 with the goal of providing up-to-date health sciences information. Past InfoFairs have focused on computer services, applications and resources as well as the future of computing in the health sciences.
Wellness Champions across departments and divisions of University of Utah Health act as change agents by identifying needs within their group.
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Scholarly Projects and Master’s students’ non-thesis projects submitted as part of program requirements are housed here.
A variety of public health-related documents from 1996-2005.
This collections contains documents outlining the history and proceedings of the Utah Health Sciences Library Consortium (UHSLC).
Co-taught by Brian E. Chapman, Ph.D. and Wendy W. Chapman, Ph.D. the University of Utah Department of Biomedical Informatics Boot Camp introduces participants with little or no experience in programming, statistics, or scientific computing to the foundations of biomedical data science.
The Research Reproducibility Conference hosts internationally-known guest speakers, featuring panelists, a poster session, networking and more.
Dr. Vivian Lee initiated a program in 2013 to encourage adoption of LEAN throughout the enterprise.
Healthi4U was an innovative competitive program from 2015-2017 for interdisciplinary student teams at the University of Utah.
The Translational Medicine Symposium is part of the U of U Innovation Ecosystem.
Every semester at the University of Utah, approximately twenty students from the EAE (Entertainment Arts and Engineering) / MGS (Master Games Studio) program are selected to work in The Therapeutic Games and Apps Lab (The GApp Lab), a collaboration between EAE, the Center for Medical Innovation and the Eccles Health Sciences Library.
The Surgery Sim Lab is part of the Utah Center for Innovation and Simulation in Education (U-CISE) is an American College of Surgeons Accredited Education Institute (ACS-AEI)
Beginning in 2014, the Evidence‑Based Practice Council of the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics (UUHC) has sponsored a poster fair that encourages employees and students to share projects and research initiatives.
Extreme Affordability is a regional conference hosted by the University of Utah to develop a clear and undisputed rally point for those redesigning the systems and processes by which we deliver value in health care.
Lecture presentations hosted by the College of Nursing featuring faculty, graduate students, nursing professionals, and allied health experts.
Non-thesis projects submitted by graduate students in the Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program.