HSL to House New Interprofessional Education office

2018-02-23 16:05:13

[caption id="attachment_10899" align="alignleft" width="267"] Meg Zomorodi, clinical associate professor in the School of Nursing, will lead Carolina’s new Office for Interprofessional Education and Practice, housed in the Health Sciences Library.[/caption]The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recently announced it has established a new Office of Interprofessional Education &…


Hold your horses (or dogs, in this case), Lynn Gunter has retired!

2018-02-20 09:07:02

Lynn, the driving force behind Pet Therapy at the Health Sciences Library (HSL), retired earlier this month. Lynn worked for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for 30 years. Lynn started out in the University Cashiers Office, then moved on to the Office of Research Services, Department of…


Nandita Mani, Director of the HSL, Visits Fudan Medical Center in China

2018-02-15 12:03:25

Nandita Mani, PhD, Associate University Librarian & Director at the Health Sciences Library, was invited to the new Fudan University Medical Library in China to help explore innovations in health sciences librarianship. What was the purpose of your trip? Global outreach and collaboration is of great interest and importance to…


Online Exhibit "Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 Flu Pandemic"

2018-02-15 10:55:33

[caption id="attachment_10835" align="alignright" width="300"] Poster of Red Cross nurse with a gauze mask over her nose and mouth, published by the Illustrated Current (New Haven, Connecticut) in October 1918, the height of the influence pandemic.[/caption] “Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 Flu Pandemic” is a new online…


Digital Health Everywhere Symposium Feb. 23

2018-02-13 09:29:13

The Health Sciences Library (HSL) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host Digital Health Everywhere; a symposium that will highlight a wide range of current and emerging trends in digital health. The speakers will be UNC researchers, students, and library staff, plus representatives from industry, government,…


UNC Libraries Tops Its Wikipedia Editing Record

2018-02-08 09:07:41

For the second year in a row, Carolina’s libraries have brought their know-how to the world’s largest online encyclopedia. From January 15 through February 3, librarians and library staff the world over provided citations to support articles in Wikipedia. The annual effort capitalizes on librarians’ expertise in finding and…


Digital Health Symposium Call for Posters!

2018-02-06 08:06:21

Submit your abstract now to get a chance to present your work at the first Digital Health Symposium at UNC’s Health Sciences Library. The theme of the event is “Digital Health Everywhere,” and the symposium will span a wide range of digital health topics. Speakers will include UNC researchers,…


Build Your Scholarly Reputation with an ORCID iD

2018-01-30 14:17:10

Researchers can build their own scholarly reputation and ensure they get credit for all of their work through the ORCID iD system. The ORCID team at UNC’s University Libraries has been working with the UNC Office of Research to bring ORCID iD and its benefits to UNC researchers.…


Flu Symposium Registration & Poster Submissions

2018-02-01 10:04:31

The "Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic" co-sponsors invite graduate and professional students, post-doctoral scholars, practitioners and others to submit poster proposals that describe relevant research or practice in epidemiology, virology, medicine, communication, health behavior, health policy, crisis response, ethics, history, literature and other areas relevant…


Digital Health Office Hours

2018-01-24 08:53:42

Want to learn more about Digital Health services at the HSL? Visit our open Office Hours this semester to see our device collection or to talk to our digital health consultants! The Digital Health Office Hours for the Spring Semester 2018 are currently scheduled for: January 31 February…


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