Sherlock Hooves, his faithful sidekick Woofson, and their arch nemesis Meowiarty challenge you to solve the problem of stress through pet therapy at the Health Sciences Library, May 3rd through 5th. Pet Therapy begins on Wednesday and Thursday with both cats and dogs, and it concludes on Friday with miniature…
The Health Sciences Library is pleased to exhibit quilts from Susanna Stewart of Quartz Hill Quilts. The quilts are located on the first, second, and fifth floors of the library.
“I learned to sew as a child, and went through years of making clothes for myself that never seemed to…
When Rachael Posey, Eshelman School of Pharmacy liaison and Systematic Review Coordinator for the Health Sciences Library, consults with researchers on starting a systematic review, their reaction is similar. "They are surprised at how much the librarians do and how much information they know. Many just expect the librarians to…
Librarians Brenda Linares and Linda Johnsen participated in the Work Well, Live Well Expo held Wednesday March 15 at the Rams Head Recreation Center. The annual Expo, hosted by UNC’s Office of Human Resources, gives fellow employees an opportunity to learn about the health and wellness offerings available both on…
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Health Affairs Schools have joined forces to build collaborations to make interprofessional education and collaboration the norm for all students.
Although HSL librarians love helping patrons in the library, they also like to take their skills on the road! Mary White and Brenda Linares promoted HSL services at the 38th Annual Minority Health Conference, held at the Friday Center on February 24. Major objectives of the conference are to highlight…
UNC Hospitals presents the 2017 TBI Lecture Series. All lectures start at 3:00 p.m. and will be held in Rm 321 MacNider. Untangling the Web of TBI, PTSD and Compassion Fatigue on the Home Front Presented by Marily Lash, MSW - President of Lash & Associates Publishing/Training Inc. Wednesday, March…
Christie Call Silbajoris, AHIP, Consumer Health and Patient Education Librarian at the Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, retired at the end of December 2016 after a seventeen-year career at HSL. Silbajoris came to HSL in 1999 as a graduate student to help develop the Go…
Health Sciences Library (HSL) librarians, Bob Ladd and Barbara Renner, produced a video recently published in JoVE (the Journal of Visualized Experiments). This video, on behavioral assessment of hearing in young children, was part of the HSL’s work on the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Informationist Supplement Grant, a two-year…
The Health Sciences Library announces recent changes to its room reservation and use policies as a result of its migration to a new room reservation system. There is a combined room schedule and room request system. If you have made group study room reservations at HSL in the…