Red Carpet Event! Dr. Bob’s Health Literacy Journey: A 4-part Tutorial

2020-03-10 09:50:53

Join us for the premiere of Dr. Bob’s Health Literacy Journey: A 4-part tutorial! Meet Dr. Bob. He’s adventurous and curious and wants to learn more about health literacy. In this 4-part tutorial, you’ll accompany him on his journey to discover the impact of low health literacy on clinical practice and…


Managing Stress Through Technology

2020-04-09 09:48:54

Have you listened to your brain waves? Used your breath to calm your heart? Visualized your happy place? Finals are coming around the corner and stress levels can be at an all time high! The Health Sciences Library has some suggestions to help you manage your stress and stay calm…


Try the Libraries' New Beta Catalog!

2019-04-18 14:21:17

February 4, 2019 Your search for books, journals, recordings and everything else at Carolina’s libraries is about to get a little bit easier. Beginning on February 4, you can take the University Libraries’ new catalog interface for a test drive. Here’s why we think you’ll like it: It’s mobile-friendly!…


Basement closed February 28 and March 1, 2019

2019-02-25 08:43:00

The Basement level of the HSL will be closed to patrons Thursday, February 28th and Friday, March 1st. The 1st Floor Services Desk will assist patrons needing materials from the Basement during this closure. We will reopen the Basement as soon as the work has been completed. We apologize for…


The Fabrica, the Epitome, and Issues of Accessibility in Early Modern Anatomy, with Michael J. Clark

2020-03-10 09:52:11

By Linda Johnsen (2/19/2019) The Bullitt History of Medicine Club Lecture will discuss how Andreas Vesalius increased access to human anatomy with the publication of De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem in 1543. By painstakingly designing his illustrations and the corresponding text to accurately represent what he had observed during…


Featured Library Resource: The Joanna Briggs Institute Database of Systematic Reviews

2019-04-18 10:15:43

By Linda Johnsen (January 23, 2019) The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) evidence-based practice resources assist healthcare professionals implement an effective evidence-based practice program to provide the best possible patient care. JBI's is one of the world's leading evidence-based practice (EBP) organizations. The Institute, located at the University of Adelaide in…


Administrators Christie Degener and Diana McDuffee to Retire From Health Sciences Library

2019-01-25 10:07:21

Two senior administrators at the University Libraries, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will retire effective January 1, 2019. Christie Degener and Diana McDuffee are assistant directors at the Health Sciences Library. Their last day on the job will be December 21, 2018. Christie Degener has been assistant director…


Interlibrary Loan during Winter Break

2019-01-04 10:52:04

The Health Sciences Library Interlibrary Loan Office will be closed December 22-January 1. Beginning December 15th, HSL ILL will not be able to request books from other libraries until after January 1st. Book requests submitted during this period will be held and sent out early in January. HSL ILL will…


Featured Library Resource: Access Pharmacy

2020-03-10 09:53:37

Looking for a core resource for Pharmacy? Discover McGraw Hill’s AccessPharmacy. This McGraw Hill resource is a collection of pharmacy and medical textbooks, multimedia resources, information on drugs, herbs and supplements. More features available (case plans, NAPLEX review, etc.) if you create a free MyAccessPharmacy personal profile. You'll need to…


HSL Events for the Week of Balance

2018-12-14 16:44:27

The Health Sciences Library has several events planned for the Week of Balance here at UNC! Pet Therapy! Therapy Dog Whiskey will visit on December 5th from 12 pm to 1 pm in Rm 527. Therapy Dog Dallas will visit on December 6th from 12 pm to 2 pm in…


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