Seeking Input for Elsevier Titles

2020-03-09 13:14:40

Elaine Westbrooks, Vice Provost for University Libraries and University Librarian, invites members of the University community to provide feedback regarding their use of specific Elsevier journals at by March 30, 2020. Dear colleagues, For much of the past year, the University Libraries has engaged in subscription negotiations with…


New PubMed (beta)

2020-02-19 07:55:56

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has launched a new PubMed search interface that will replace the original PubMed in Spring 2020. Currently, users can access both versions through the HSL website’s quick links box while NLM continues to improve the new, beta interface. Features of New PubMed include…


COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources for Consumers and Healthcare Professionals

2020-03-04 13:35:06

The Health Sciences Library has created a new guide with more information on COVID-19. Please visit the guide at The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a virus first detected in Wuhan, China as the cause of the respiratory illness outbreak there. Several instances of international cases have occurred…


Library to Debut Open Access Pilot with SAGE Publishing

2020-01-10 10:49:06

The University Libraries and SAGE Publishing will enter into a pilot agreement enabling researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to publish open access articles in SAGE journals at no cost to the researcher. Under the agreement, part of the subscription fees that the Library will…


Week of Balance Activities

2019-12-16 08:22:03

Week of Balance Programs and Events THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5 10 a.m. Coffee Break | Sloane Art Library 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Coffee Break | Music Library 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Coffee Break | Kenan Science Library 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. DIY Finals Survival Kits | Davis Library…


Interactive Health Literacy and Consumer Health Exhibit at HSL

2020-03-10 09:47:12

By Linda Johnsen (September 25, 2019) October is Health Literacy Month. Stop by the Health Sciences Library (HSL) to view this interactive health literacy exhibit, on loan from the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center at Weill Cornell Medicine until October 18th. The four-banner exhibit aims to raise awareness of the…


New Study and Partnership Spaces Coming to Health Sciences Library

2019-08-28 10:19:14

Refurbishment work will take place in the Health Sciences Library as we enhance individual and group study spaces on the fourth floor and welcome Project LABOR as a new collaborative partner on the third floor. Work will begin in late August 2019 and will continue for several months. Access to…


For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform

2019-09-25 11:05:23

The University Libraries at UNC, Chapel Hill is pleased to present For All The People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform by The National Library of Medicine. This traveling exhibit will be on display at the Health Sciences Library, second floor, July 29th through September 6th.…


Surviving Summers in North Carolina Before Air Conditioning

2019-07-26 10:05:31

June 20, 2019 As the thermometer begins its annual climb, an exhibition at the University Libraries looks at the ways that North Carolinians in the late 19th and early 20th centuries kept cool during the hottest months of the year. “Beating the Heat: Surviving Summers in North Carolina Before Air…


Librarians' role in improving health literacy in their communities

2020-03-10 10:14:38

July 11, 2019 Health literacy is increasingly important in today’s complex information ecosystem, both nationally and globally. Across the world, whether people live in “information rich” or “information poor” societies, the role of health information professionals is a vital one. In the article Health information literacy awareness and capacity building:…


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