Have a happy and safe holiday season from all of us at the Health Sciences Library! See below for our holiday hours that start December 17th.
- Sunday, December 17: 12:00PM-5:00PM.
- Monday, December 18: 8:00AM-5:00PM
- Tuesday, December 19: 8:00AM-5:00PM
- Wednesday, December 20: 8:00AM-5:00PM
- Thursday, December 21: 8:00AM-5:00PM
- Friday, December 22: 8:00AM-5:00PM
- Saturday, December 23: 10:00AM-7:00PM
- Closed, December 24th-January 1st
- Tuesday, January 2: Return to normal hours
If you need assistance while the Health Sciences Library is closed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On December 4th-8th, the first floor will be restricted to first and second year medical students for testing. Wish our M1/M2’s luck!
November 21-22 the first floor will be restricted to third year medical students for testing from 7am-5:30pm. Wish our M3’s luck!
Have a happy holiday!
- November 20, Monday: 7:00AM-11:00PM
- November 21,Tuesday: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
- November 22, Wednesday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
- November 23, Thursday: Closed HAPPY THANKSGIVING
- November 24, Friday: Closed
- November 25, Saturday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
- November 26, Sunday: 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
Make sure to check the hours page for all University Libraries Thanksgiving break hours.
Are you looking to improve your skills as a case manager? Visit our new book display to learn the nuts and bolts of case management. Learn about the case managers role as a case consultant and problem solver. Ensure you understand the complexities of integrated case management and complexity assessment grids.
Come check out the books in the new book display located on the second floor of the Health Sciences Library across from the circulation desk.
Have you ever wondered about the ecosystem of healthcare informatics? How do informatics, biosurveillane and disease impact each other? Learn about application, management, retrieval and analysis of informatics in healthcare by checking out our new book display
The book display is located on the 2nd floor of the Health Sciences Library, across from the information desk.
Did you know reading crime fiction can be beneficial? The strong narrative becomes a distraction allowing patients to relate to events from a distance, with power and control over the situation. Check out Natasha Cooper’s story about a new mom whose obstetrician is murdered. Read about an ex-military sniper who becomes enthralled in the Kennedy shooting and unravels a huge conspiracy.
Visit the second floor of the Health Sciences Library to learn more about the health benefits of crime fiction or pick a Halloween read!
Did you know one of the biggest issues in health is nutrition? Ensure that you are advocating for patient health and make sure that you know how you should be eating by checking out our new book display today! How does the community perception of food affect community health? What impact does drinking coffee have on health?
Learn the answers to these questions and many more at our book display. Located on the second floor of the health sciences library across from the information desk.
Have you ever wondered how traditional medicine has altered itself to conform to consumer capitalism? Does the shift alter our medical ethics? What impact does the health industry have on the environment? How are psychoanalysts using rules, games and science to diagnose and treat patients?
Check out the answers to these questions and more at the libraries new book display 'Don't Get Left in the Dark. Read!' Health care is constantly adapting to new discoveries and philosophies. Come read about some of these changes at the Health Sciences Library.
Are you working or interested in the medical field? The library has numerous resources that can help you as you study medicine. Learn about the ethics of physician assisted suicide, assisted reproduction, medical error disclosure and discussing patient care. Ensure that you can communicate with all of your patients and learn basic health care phrases in common languages. Check out review books for boards or brush up on clinical procedures. Don't miss the health sciences library's new book display located on the second floor across from the information desk.
Need a break from studying medicine? Check out our Study Break guide.